YARMOUTH — Four players scored in double figures and Tanner Storey grabbed 19 rebounds as visiting Greely used a 10-0 second-half run to secure a 61-53 win over Yarmouth in boys’ basketball Monday.

Yarmouth struggled from the floor (17 for 57) and the foul line (13 for 34) and was outrebounded 44-37, but trailed just 36-32 late in the third quarter after Josh Britten, who had a game-high 21 points, converted an offensive rebound.

Greely responded with its clinching run. Sam Johnston, who scored a team-high 12 points, went coast-to-coast for a layup, Bailey Train (10 points) sank a free throw after a steal, and Johnston knocked down a 3-pointer off a Jake Levite feed to put the Rangers up 42-32.

Nick Clark (11 points) scored off a steal to make it 44-32 at the end of three quarters, and Clark made a smart pass to Storey (10 points) underneath for another basket and a 46-32 advantage early in the fourth.

“The defense by our guards really set up that run,” said Storey. “They played hard all game, and it paid off when we needed it.”

Yarmouth Coach Adam Smith, blamed himself for the decisive Greely spurt at the end of the third.

“That one’s on me,” he said. “I looked at the clock and there were less than two minutes left, and I thought we’d make it to the end of the quarter. I didn’t want to burn a timeout. I thought, ‘We’ll get through this,’ but we didn’t.”

After a 3-pointer and two free throws from Yarmouth’s Chris Knaub cut the deficit to 46-37, Greely regained a double-digit lead when Clark scored off the dribble.

It was 55-42 when the Clippers (1-1) made one last run, as Matt Murphy sank two free throws and scored off a nice feed from Michael McCormack.

Greely (2-0) closed it out from the line.

“Our size is a definite strength,” said Rangers Coach Ken Marks, “and we try to play to it. We get away from that if we try to push the ball; we want to get it inside.”

Britten scored Yarmouth’s first 10 points in the opening quarter, but Greely led 16-15 at the break. The Rangers stretched the lead to 33-27 at the half, thanks largely to a 21-12 advantage on the boards as Storey grabbed 10 rebounds.

“I just try to get as many as I can,” said Storey. “Our size is a big factor, and coach is always preaching to us to let our size control the game.”

Luke Pierce scored 12 points for Yarmouth, Knaub added 10 points and seven rebounds, and Murphy led the Clippers with nine rebounds.

Britten had six rebounds and three steals in addition to leading all scorers.