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Tuesday's girls' soccer roundup

Jihan Everett and Taylor Lewis scored five minutes apart midway through the second half to pull host Willingboro even with New Egypt, and the teams played two adventurous overtime periods before settling for a 2-2 draw yesterday in Burlington County League girls’ soccer. Julie Clark and Michelle Dey scored for the Warriors, while goalie Haley Anderson made a dozen saves as she withstood the Chimeras’ relentless attack. Lewis appeared to win it in each of the extra periods, but had one goal nullified by an offside call and another score wiped out by a hand-ball violation. Janae Tucker (seven saves) was stellar in the nets for Willingboro.

Tuesday's girls' soccer roundup

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Jihan Everett and Taylor Lewis scored five minutes apart midway through the second half to pull host Willingboro even with New Egypt, and the teams played two adventurous overtime periods before settling for a 2-2 draw yesterday in Burlington County League girls’ soccer.
Julie Clark and Michelle Dey scored for the Warriors, while goalie Haley Anderson made a dozen saves as she withstood the Chimeras’ relentless attack.
Lewis appeared to win it in each of the extra periods, but had one goal nullified by an offside call and another score wiped out  by a hand-ball violation.
Janae Tucker (seven saves) was stellar in the nets for Willingboro.

In another Burlco match, Holy Cross made it interesting when Shannon Grogan fed Catherine Lamplugh for a goal with two minutes to go, but Bordentown was able to hold on for the 2-1 road win. Kayla Pagnani and Kelly Yanucil scored for the Scotties.

Olympic.

Emmy Duffey scored twice, Carolyn Wiley added a goal and an assist, and goalie Allison Johnson made eight stops for second-ranked Lenape in a 3-0 home win over fourth-ranked Bishop Eustace.

Janine Valerio’s hat trick was the highlight of ninth-ranked Washington Township’s 6-0 triumph at Timber Creek.
 

Cape-Atlantic.

Miranda Holcomb and Kelsey McCusker scored two goals apiece to pace Middle Township to a 6-0 win at St. Joseph.

Nonleague.

Kori Sulewski, Meghann Thornton and Laura Lesky combined for four goals and two assists as host Seneca scored five times after intermission to rally past Delsea, 5-2. Chelsi Beiner netted a penalty kick in the first half for the Crusaders.

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