CUMBERLAND — The Greely girls’ soccer team went into Tuesday’s game looking to regain its scoring touch.

The Rangers found it, scoring three goals in a 9-minute span in the first half to roll to a 5-0 victory over Kennebunk in a Western Maine Conference game at Hutchins Field.

Jocelyn Mitiguy led the attack with two goals, and Caroline Swaney, Izzy Hutnak and Allison Coon also scored for the Rangers (8-1-1), who were coming off a 3-2 loss at Falmouth on Sept. 30 and a 0-0 tie at York on Oct. 2.

Greely’s backup keeper, Courtney Sullivan, made 11 saves in her second start in place of Maddie Cyr, who is expected to return soon from a concussion.

“A game like this really gets us back on track,” Greely stopper Maggie Reed said. “We never got down on ourselves, but we weren’t really in our groove. This shows us we’re right back where we want to be.”

That was evident early as the Rangers’ quick passing through the midfield put the Rams under pressure in the form of early runs and shots by Mitiguy and Hutnak.

“Coach teaches us to play a possession style,” Reed said. “We find it helps to tire out the opposition, and once we get them chasing (the ball), we can find the outlet passes and through balls, especially to Jocelyn and Izzy.”

The Rams (5-3-2) first chased the ball, and then the game.

“They move the ball well through the midfield,” Kennebunk defender Caroline Hoch said, “and once they get the ball over the top, their offense is incredibly fast and they get around people.”

Mitiguy put Greely up 1-0 in the 12th minute when she ran onto a well-placed diagonal pass from Coon on the right wing. Mitiguy caught up to the ball, surged away from a defender and slipped the ball past Kennebunk keeper Kyra Schwartzman (13 saves).

Swaney made it 2-0 in the 28th minute, finishing an opportunity created by Ellie Schad. Schad picked up the ball in midfield and drove for the left corner. After two defenders collided and fell in a heap, Schad drove a shot toward the near post. Schwartzman knocked away the ball, but it fell to Swaney, who tapped it into the open net.

Four minutes later, Greely’s Mia Lambert drew defenders to the left side of the box and slipped a pass back to an unmarked Hutnak, who drove the ball in to make it 3-0.

With 1:13 to play in the half, Hutnak drew a direct kick in the center of the field, 40 yards from goal. Mitiguy’s arcing strike fell in just beneath the crossbar to make it 4-0.

The Rams’ defenders did well in the face of steady pressure. Hoch, Gabby Harrison and Alyssa Weigle broke up the Rangers’ flow with smart interceptions and hard tackles.

Coon closed out the scoring in the 51st minute, finishing a hard run up the right sideline and cross by Schad.

“One of the big things we discussed as we closed the book on this match was consistency,” Kennebunk Coach John Dolan said. “We can’t come out and play listlessly for a half and expect to compete.”