DOVER, N.H. – Defenseman Alex Jannetti scored early in the second period Wednesday night and York went on to a 1-0 victory against Cape Elizabeth in a schoolboy hockey game.

Tyson Bernard set up Jannetti’s shot from the point that beat Cape Elizabeth goalie Kirby Saari at 2:32.

Saari finished with 31 saves for the Capers (0-2). Alex Ahrikenchikh needed 13 saves for the shutout for the Wildcats (2-0).

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 2, BRUNSWICK 1: Kolby Arnold and Ryan Bavala scored third-period goals as the Patriots (1-0) rallied past the Dragons (0-2) at Auburn.

Arnold’s winner came on a semi-breakaway with 32 seconds remaining.

Dwayne Palmer scored for Brunswick.

LAWRENCE 6, SKOWHEGAN 0: Lawrence (2-0) scored four goals in 7:15 of the third period to pull away from Skowhegan (0-2) at Winslow.

Brad Mackenzie made 15 saves to earn the shutout.

Lawrence Coach Dave Richard stressed that the score didn’t mean the Bulldogs had played a perfect game.

“I really think that we could have controlled even more of the play than we did,” Richard said. “We’ve got to be more patient with the puck. There’s so many things that we need to be doing away from the puck. That’s what we’ve got to work on.”

Lawrence skated four lines and tried different combinations. Devon Belanger scored in the first period and Christian Carpenter in the second.

Skowhegan freshman Sam Edmondson, making his first varsity start, made 20 saves in the first two periods. But the Indians could claim just eight shots on goal over the same time frame and trailed, 2-0.

“Your percentages get better as you take more shots,” Skowhegan Coach Joseph Hague said. “We just didn’t have them today.”

Carpenter scored a power-play goal 36 seconds into the third period, followed by Belanger’s second goal less than four minutes later. Tyler Boudreau and Mat Woodbury also scored, and Jared Grenier finished with three assists.

GIRLS’ HOCKEY

CHEVERUS 5, BIDDEFORD 1: Katie Roy had three goals, Sarah LaQuerre added a goal and an assist, and Taylor Witham stopped 32 shots as the Stags (4-1) defeated the Tigers (3-3) at Biddeford.

Emily Brassley made 14 saves for Biddeford.

PORTLAND 5, GORHAM-BONNY EAGLE 3: Drew Barry scored a hat trick for the Bulldogs (3-1-1), who overcame a 2-1 deficit to beat Gorham-Bonny Eagle (0-6) at Portland.

Raechel Allen added a goal and two assists for Portland.

Chelsea Black had a goal and an assist for Gorham-Bonny Eagle.

WINSLOW 2, BRUNSWICK 1: Brittany Cunningham’s second-period goal lifted the Black Raiders (4-0-1) over the Dragons (1-3-1) at Winslow.

Sarah Fowler and Katrina Zemrak assisted.

Emily Caron also scored for Winslow from Alexis Lachance in the first period.

Sarah Thibodeau answered with a goal in the first period for the Dragons. 

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 56, PINE TREE ACADEMY 39: Jay Archer scored 19 points and Logan Archer added 14 as the Guardians (1-1) handled the Breakers (0-2) at Freeport.

Seacoast recovered from a 12-10 first-quarter deficit with a 27-9 run over the middle quarters.

Tim McGuire led Pine Tree with 21 points. 

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 31, PINE TREE ACADEMY 16: Ruth Towne scored 13 points to help the Guardians (2-1) get by the Breakers (0-3) at Freeport.

Gentille Sandy scored 10 points for Pine Tree.