Dukes girls scratch out 3-2 win


Samantha Sparks dribbles past a Cardinals defender on her way to two goals Monday for the Dukes.


Keeper Makaylin Moore collects a shot at Brookside.


Faith Alley, who had an assist, moves with the ball in Wellington’s exciting 3-2 victory.


Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington Enterprise

Sam Sparks nailed two into the net and Rachel Barletta had a third goal Monday to lift the Wellington over Brookside 3-2. Madison Sours and Brittany Kmitt each tallied a point for the Cardinals. But the game was arguably won by Dukes goalkeeper Makaylin Moore, who made 14 stops to keep her team on top.

Samantha Sparks dribbles past a Cardinals defender on her way to two goals Monday for the Dukes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/09/web1_WHSGirlsSoccerAtBrookside-1-of-5-.jpgSamantha Sparks dribbles past a Cardinals defender on her way to two goals Monday for the Dukes.

Keeper Makaylin Moore collects a shot at Brookside.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/09/web1_WHSGirlsSoccerAtBrookside-4-of-5-.jpgKeeper Makaylin Moore collects a shot at Brookside.

Faith Alley, who had an assist, moves with the ball in Wellington’s exciting 3-2 victory.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/09/web1_WHSGirlsSoccerAtBrookside-5-of-5-.jpgFaith Alley, who had an assist, moves with the ball in Wellington’s exciting 3-2 victory.