BREWER — Heather Leet and Chelsea Begin combined on a goal with 7:55 left in the game as fifth-ranked Cony knocked off No. 4 Brewer, 1-0, in an Eastern A field hockey quarterfinal Wednesday afternoon.

The goal came on a penalty corner. Begin took a straight-on shot, and Leet tipped it off the right post and into the cage.

Cony (8-6-1) outshot Brewer, 25-8. Kevie Rodrigue made four saves for the Rams, while Casey White had 18 for Brewer (10-4-1). The Witches had beaten Cony, 2-0 on opening day of the regular season.

“We came out and we knew exactly what to look for as far as playing Brewer,” Cony assistant coach Brittany O’Brien said. “We knew they had a lot of defensive pressure in the circle. We had our midfield up a little more than usual, and we even moved our backs up a little to increase that offensive pressure.”

Boys soccer

Holderness 5, Kents Hill 3: Abu Mannocchi had two goals and an assist in the Huskies loss in Plymouth, N.H.

Robin Dodin added a goal and two assists for the Huskies (5-3-1). Matt Boisvert made 14 saves for Kents Hill.

Girls soccer

Mt. Blue 3, Erskine 0: Colton Hall scored all three goals as the Cougars beat the Eagles in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game in Farmington on Tuesday.

Ryan Pulver had 10 saves for Erskine (7-6-1).

Matt Crowley had six saves for Mt. Blue (8-5-1).

College field hockey

UM-Farmington 2, Thomas 1: Kashley Weymouth and Kaitlyn Bullen both scored in the first half as the Beavers beat the Terriers in a North Atlantic Conference game in Waterville.

Weymouth scored on a breakaway at the 5:44 mark for UMF (8-6-0, 6-2-0 in the conference). Bullen scored the eventual game-winner 20 minutes later.

Alei Collier scored her first collegiate goal in the second half for Thomas (5-11-0, 3-5-0 in the conference).

Sophomore goalkeeper Jasmine Bishop had 11 saves for Thomas. Curran Brierley had eight saves for UMF.

Women’s soccer

Thomas 5, Maine Maritime Academy 1: Arian Kumlangnam scored with an assist from Kristi Hilton to break a 1-1 tie and lift the Terriers to a win in Castine.

Elizabeth Goodall, Jilliam Lamber, Mary Grace Morris and Terissa Ridge also scored for Thomas (3-12-0, 3-5-0 in the conference). Jen Day had a pair of assists for the Terriers and Kate Tibodeau had two saves.

Natasha Morris scored and Emily Brogden had an assist for MMA (0-13-0, 0-8-0 in the conference).


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