SHEFFIELD -- Mount Everett's Alex Blume scored in the 72nd minute to lead the Eagles to a 2-1, come-from-behind victory over Drury on Tuesday.
Jonah Miles gave the Blue Devils (2-3) a lead early in the second half when he converted a hard cross into the box from Sully Boland.
Dan Litchfield tied it for Mount Everett 11 minutes later, setting the stage for Blume's heroics.
Drury coach Greg Caproni said it was typical, hard-nosed, physical affair between the two sides.
"We as a team played very well but just couldn't execute or finish our field play," Caproni said. "We let them stay in the game and they capitalized on it. It was frustrating as a coach but a very exciting game to watch."
Joe Liporace made seven saves for Drury, which travels to Pittsfield to face St. Joseph on Tuesday.