BREWER, Maine — The Bangor High School girls soccer team received a stern test from its youthful rival Brewer on Friday afternoon. The Rams parlayed a second-half penalty kick save from junior goalie Emma McNeil and late second-half goals 2:09 apart from juniors Emmie Streams and Anna Connors into a 3-0 triumph in Brewer. The Rams improved to 5-0 while the Witches fell to 4-2 and had their four-game winning streak snapped. Bangor had a decided edge in possession but Brewer defended effectively and generated some chances off counter attacks. The Witches lost standout junior goalie Bella Tanis to a minor leg injury in a collision with a Ram striker trying to chase down a pass with 2:34 left in the first half.

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