FALMOUTH — While Greely High played a solid game to beat previously unbeaten Falmouth 3-0 in girls’ hockey Friday, it was how the undefeated Rangers did it that was impressive.

“We rolled all game,” Greely Coach Nate Guerin said, meaning all 16 skaters had regular shifts.

“Every girl played at least 10 minutes. That’s a success for a team, especially to put up a shutout – a great team effort.”

Greely improved to 10-0 and continues to lead the North region standings, while Falmouth dropped to 7-1-2 but is still ranked first in the South, just ahead of unbeaten Scarborough.

This Rangers’ roster features a diverse range of hockey backgrounds, proven by Greely’s first two goals.

Danita Storey, a senior who plays hockey year round, gave the Rangers a 1-0 lead with her rebound goal at 14:48 of the first period. She was allowed to keep the puck after her 100th career goal.

Greely went ahead 2-0 on Faith Price’s rebound goal. Price, also a senior, never skated before high school and only plays hockey during the school season.

“A friend was playing and said it was really fun,” Price said. “At first, it was difficult to keep up. It feels a lot better now. I can keep up and move the puck around.”

Greely moved the puck well Friday, dominating the first period by outshooting the Yachtsmen 17-6.

“We came out nervous and let Greely dictate the play,” Falmouth Coach Rob Carrier said.

Falmouth came into the game averaging six goals and, the Yachtsmen eventually created chances. But every time they seem to get a breakaway, the Rangers smothered it.

Greely used five defensemen – Maura Verrill, Ellie Schad, Jayme Morrison, Victoria Lattanzi and Sarah Johnson.

“They’re defense played really well, neutralizing out chances,” Carrier said. “They made it difficult to get into their zone.”

Falmouth’s first shot came on a power play five minutes into the game – a laser by Camden Carrier that Nica Todd gloved for the first of her 19 saves.

“Nica does a great job focusing,” Guerin said. “It can be quiet, quiet, quiet and then a flurry, and she’s ready.”

Falmouth goalie Allie Hurdman (31 saves) was steady, also. The Rangers finally scored just before the end of the first when Schad’s shot was blocked but Storey was there for the rebound.

Storey was not thrilled with talking about her play, calling the game “a good team effort.”

And Storey makes the team better.

“She’s a very hard worker, very consistent,” Guerin said. “Every shift, she is thinking about scoring. As soon as that puck squirts, she is on it and she’s moving to the net.

“Sometimes, it’s a nice shot by herself, and other times it’s a gritty rebound like that one. She has a nose for the net.”

Falmouth picked up the pressure in the second period, but Greely did the scoring.

Emilee McGillicuddy skated past her defender and took a shot that Hurdman blocked, but Price was in position to knock it in at 6:35. A second before the period ended, Courtney Sullivan made it 3-0, capitalizing on a pass from Bridget Roberts. Storey also got an assist.

Falmouth had few chances in the third period. It was the Yachtsmen’s first loss but Rob Carrier was not discouraged.

“I look at the scoreboard and it doesn’t reflect the effort,” he said. “We played well.”

Both teams play again Wednesday, with Greely playing host to another unbeaten team, St. Dominic (7-0), while Falmouth goes to Biddeford.