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Newtown outlast Forest Hills for second overtime victory

For the second time this season, a girls soccer game between Newtown and Forest Hills went to overtime. And for the second time the Pioneers prevailed.

Andrea Rodriguez scored the game-winner for Newtown (3-0 Queens II), her third of the game, with one minute left in the second overtime.

Ana Borges scored two goals and Stephanie Feliciano added a penalty kick for Forest Hills in a game that featured three goals in the span of a minute and a half in the second half.

Newcomers 7, Van Buren 1. Laura Burlacu was the Newcomers offense, scoring all seven goals, including a tally directly from a corner kick, for the Lions in the Queens III game last Wednesday. Burlacu, one of the top players in the borough, now has 12 goals on the year. Newcomers improved to 7-0, 3-0 in Queens III.

Bayside 6, Beach Channel 1. Kerry Graham scored two goals and Carolina Wesso, Jeanna Plersch, Nicole Ehrens and Emily Andricosky added a goal apiece for the Commodores (3-1 Queens I).

Bryant 4, John Adams 2. Vivian Andrino’s three first-half goals paced Bryant (5-0-1, 4-0 Queens II).

Cardozo 5, Jamaica 0. Patricia Sotirakis and Sunny Tang paced the Judges (4-0, 3-0 Queens III).

Townsend Harris 7, Flushing 0. Talya Oberfield netted a hat trick and Kathryn Dubowsky added two goals for Townsend Harris (5-0, 3-0 Queens I).

Francis Lewis 3, Hillcrest 0. Karine Zuma scored the opening goal and Jessica DiPardo added the other two goals for the Patriots (1-1 Queens I).

John Adams 3, Far Rockaway 1. Marja-Lisa Lee had two goals to lead the Spartans (2-2, 1-1 Queens II).

Reach Associate Sports Editor Dylan Butler by e-mail at Timesledgr@aol.com or call 229-0300, Ext. 143.

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