SACO — Jaime Durie scored twice and assisted on another goal to lead fourth-ranked Thornton Academy to a 3-2 win over fifth-ranked Greely in a Western Class A girls’ soccer quarterfinal Wednesday evening.

Thornton’s Amanda Arnold scored the only goal of the first half. Arnold took a pass from Durie six minutes into the match and lofted a shot from the left wing toward the far post over Greely keeper Caton Beaulieu.

Durie made it 2-0 about 12 minutes into the second half, breaking behind the defense and beating Beaulieu one-on-one.

Greely (13-3) closed to within a goal with 28:24 left when Libby Thomas spun a penalty kick past Thornton keeper Emily Richard.

The teams played even for the next 15 minutes until Arnold slipped a through ball to Durie alone in front for a goal that gave the Trojans (13-1-2) a 3-1 lead with 12:36 left.

Audrey Parolin answered for the Rangers just 31 seconds later, slipping past a defender and slicing a shot past Richard, who finished with nine saves.

Thornton will visit top-ranked Gorham for a regional semifinal on Saturday.