CUMBERLAND — Matt Pisini rolls out and you just don’t know what he’s going to do.

Cut inside. Pitch the ball. Or, more likely, find an open receiver.

Pisini passed for 310 yards and four touchdowns to lead Greely High to a 31-6 rout of Westbrook Friday night at Glenn A. Hutchins Field.

Pisini, a junior, completed 13 of 18 passes for the Rangers (3-1) while also running for 56 yards on nine carries. On defense, he made a key interception at the end of the first half.

Junior running back Sam Peck caught five passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns. He scored a third TD on an 8-yard run.

Westbrook (1-3) did not score until the substitutes began to play in the closing minutes. Jared Clark scored for the Blue Blazes on a 5-yard run.

But the Blue Blazes did not have the ball long enough to come back. Not only did Greely’s defense force three turnovers, the Rangers’ offense hogged the ball most of the first half: 161/2 minutes to Westbrook’s 7½ minutes.

“They controlled the ball on offense,” Blue Blazes Coach Jeff Guerette said. “Give them a lot of credit. They executed a lot of their stuff well.”

Pisini was doing most of the execution – throwing the ball downfield, dumping it off to Peck in the backfield, or taking off on a keeper.

“He’s a very good athlete and he’s a very good thinker,” Greely Coach David Higgins said. “There are so many times he’s out there with a broken play and he’s able to make up something with his speed and his football acumen.

“It’s good to have him back.”

Pisini missed Greely’s opener with an injury. Since he’s returned, the Rangers are unbeaten.

“I think we can come out and play like this every single week,” Pisini said. “It just seemed to click, that’s for sure.”

At times, it looked like Pisini was getting rid of the ball before he had a decent grip. It still found the target.

“Their ends were coming in hard,” Pisini said. “So that’s the game you have to play – sling the ball quick, make a play out of something.”

Greely took the opening kickoff and drove to Westbrook’s 33 before throwing an incomplete pass on fourth-and-2.

Westbrook fumbled the snap three plays into its first series. The Rangers drove 43 yards, capped by Pisini’s 6-yard pass to Nick Dubois.

Westbrook was driving in the closing minutes of the first half when the Blue Blazes fired a long pass – which Pisini intercepted at Greely’s 7 with 1:18 left.

Instead of running out the clock, Pisini connected on a 70-yard pass to Grady Wood, setting up a 5-yard scoring pass to Peck for a 13-0 halftime lead.

Westbrook gained only 135 yards by its starters, including 43 rushing yards from fullback Stephen Shackley.

Greely stuffed the middle well, led by lineman Ryan Pomeroy and Isaiah Richardson.

On the Rangers’ first possession of the second half, Peck took a quick pass in the backfield and broke free for a 55-yard score and a 19-0 lead.

As time expired in the third quarter, Pisini hit Andrew Verrill for 30-yard TD pass for a 25-0 lead.

After Peck’s 8-yard run made it 31-0, the subs came in.