FALMOUTH — Danica Storey scored six goals and had two assists to lead third-seeded Greely to a 14-1 win against No. 6 Brunswick in an Eastern Maine girls’ hockey tournament quarterfinal Wednesday night at Family Ice.

The Rangers (15-3-1) will play No. 2 Leavitt/Edward Little/Poland (15-2-1) in a regional semifinal at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn.

It was Greely’s third win of the season over the Dragons (3-16). The Rangers skated to a 11-0 win against them on Jan. 5.

“We had no answer for Storey,” Brunswick Coach A.J. Kavanaugh said. “She was all over the ice tonight, more so than I’ve seen her in the first two games. She’s really stepped her game up. She’s obviously ready to play in the playoffs.”

Storey scored her first three goals less than nine minutes into the game to stake the Rangers to an early 3-0 lead.

“She’s a serious power forward,” Greely Coach Nate Guerin said. “She’s going to the net every time she’s got the puck, no doubt about that, and she’s got a heck of a shot. It’s dangerous from anywhere.”

Eleven Greely players joined Storey on the score sheet.

Maura Perry scored two goals. Erin Molloy added a goal and three assists. Ellie Schad and Courtney Sullivan each had a goal and had an assist. Emilee McGillicuddy scored a goal. Maura Price had two assists. Bella Goodwin, Natalie Swisher, Maura Verrill, Victoria Lattanzi and Bridget Roberts each had an assist.

Tessa Cassidy scored for Brunswick’s goal two minutes into the second period to make it 4-1.

“When it was 4-1, we felt like we had some momentum on our side,” Kavanaugh said. “We had a quick rush, and if we could have put the puck in and made it 4-2 then we would have had a game on our hands.”

Instead, the Rangers scored four goals over the next eight minutes to put the game out of reach.

Guerin said his team didn’t try to run up the score.

“You want to be mindful of sportsmanship and not running (the score) up, but it’s a pretty fine line when it’s playoff time, and you don’t want to lose that edge,” he said.

“We’re trying to ramp up here for (our) hardest game of the season on Friday night. We’re not going to slow anyone down. We do encourage them to share the puck and, you know, make some more team plays as opposed to individual efforts.”

Kavanaugh said his team was not discouraged by the lopsided nature of the game.

“It was very positive on the bench the entire game,” he said. “We had a small goal of making the playoffs. We beat Winslow and Portland to do that, and we’ll take even this game as a learning step.”

Greely held a 47-10 edge in shots.

“They just got some real good quality shots,” Kavanaugh said. “They got to the middle of the ice, and all of their shots were real good quality shots that we just couldn’t get in front of.”