FALMOUTH — Dylan Fried had a goal and an assist as Greely topped Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale 2-1 in boys’ hockey Wednesday at the Family Ice Center.

All the goals were scored in the third period.

Nick Caputo scored a power-play goal to give Greely (3-14-1) a 2-0 lead before Denver Cram countered with a power-play goal for Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale (1-16).

Brandon Baxter stopped 30 shots for the Black Bears; Kyle Kramlich had 12 saves for Greely.

CAPE ELIZABETH 9, LEAVITT 1: Freshman Gus Frankwicz and sophomore Maxwell Woods scored their first varsity goals in the first period to help Cape Elizabeth (9-8-1) rout Leavitt (3-15) at the Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn.

Frankwicz added a goal midway through the third period that gave the Capers a 9-0 lead. Jack Drinan led the team with a hat trick.

Blayne Arsenault scored for Leavitt with 22 seconds remaining.

Lawrence/Skowhegan 6, Cony/Monmouth 1: Cody Martin scored two goals to lead Lawrence/Skowhegan to a win at Sukee Arena.

KENNEBUNK 6, GORHAM 0: Jan Rutrle recorded a hat trick and Brenden Whitten added a pair of goals as Kennebunk (14-2-2) wrapped up its regular season with a win over Gorham (11-5-2) at Alfond Forum.

Bo Beveridge also scored for Kennebunk, which will be the No. 1 seed in the Western Class B playoffs that begin next week.

NOBLE/WELLS 5, MASSABESIC/OOB/BONNY EAGLE 1: Dean Pratt scored two goals and set up another for the Knights (14-3) in a win over the Mustangs (6-10-2) at USM Ice Arena.

Noble/Wells also got goals from Nate DeWolf, Noah Pease and Luke Hughes. Wyatt Ricker made 21 saves for the Knights.

Cameron Roy scored in the first period for Massabesic/Old Orchard Beach/Bonny Eagle.

EDWARD LITTLE 4, POLAND/GRAY-NG/OAK HILL 1: Branden Dyer notched two goals and assisted on another in the first period as the Red Eddies (9-9) opened a 3-0 lead on the way to a win over the 26ers (8-10) in Auburn.

Cade Chapman also scored twice – on a power play in the first period and short-handed in the third. Both goals were assisted by Dyer.

Riley Lavoie scored for the 26ers in the second period.