The Gloucester High School varsity girls pulled out a 2-1 soccer win at Woodside on Friday for the Lady Dukes’ fifth victory of the season.
The Wolverines scored the first goal of the game on a free kick. Gloucester had several scoring opportunities, with forward Kessa Romero and midfielder Tori Johnson working through the Woodside defense for a shot on goal which the keeper was able to save.
In the second half, the Dukes maintained possession much better and notched a pair of goals. The first was from Brittnee Hardee who followed a shot by Brooke Cheatham. Cheatham’s ball was punched out by the keeper but center fielder Hardee was ready for the rebound and tied the game at 1-1. Cheatham scored the winning goal later after dribbling laterally across the Woodside defense and shooting just over the Woodside keeper from outside the 18’.
Woodside kept up the pressure to get the tie but was unsuccessful. Gloucester keeper Zoe Fulford saved a free kick ...
To view the rest of this article, you must log in. If you do not have an account with us, please subscribe here.