DOVER, N.H. — Fourth-seeded York scored five unanswered goals Wednesday night to earn a 5-1 victory against fifth-ranked Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland in a girls’ hockey South quarterfinals at the Dover Ice Arena.

The Wildcats (10-9) will be at top-ranked Scarborough (16-1-1) in the semifinals.

Maeve Campbell and Grace Campbell each had a goal and an assist, and Katherine Bertolini dished out a pair of assists for York.

Katherine Ginder scored for Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland (6-13) from Laura Baginski and Hannah Bosworth.

EDWARD LITTLE/LEAVITT/POLAND 3, YARMOUTH/FREEPORT/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 2: Abby Roy scored the winner in the third period from Angel Drouin as fourth-seeded Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (9-7-3) advanced past fifth-ranked Yarmouth/Freeport/Gray-New Gloucester in a North quarterfinal at Auburn.

Mariah Vaillancourt had both first period goals for Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland, with Madison Simard and Haley Frolich each assisting on a goal.

Georgia Giese scored for Yarmouth/Freeport/Gray-New Gloucester early in the second period and Katherine Clemmer tied it from Jennifer Holquist with 1:13 left in the period.

BOYS’ HOCKEY

NOBLE/WELLS 6, POLAND/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/OAK HILL 2: Evan Whitten scored his three goals in the first period to lead Noble/Wells (5-7) over Poland/Gray-New Gloucester/Oak Hill (0-14) at Rochester, New Hampshire.

Lukas Hughes started the scoring for Noble/Wells seven minutes into the first period from Tyler Whitten and Noah Pease.

Noble/Wells extended its lead to 3-0 midway through the first on two goals from Whitten. He scored his third goal with less than two minutes left in the period.

Jacob Ricker and Kyle Wiswell also scored for Noble/Wells.

Brandon Michaud of Poland/Gray-New Gloucester/Oak Hill scored with five seconds left in the first period. Deryk Belanger finished the scoring for Poland/Gray-New Gloucester/Oak Hill early in the second.

Ken Humphrey stopped 41 shots for Poland/Gray-New Gloucester/Oak Hill. Matt Burnham saved 13 shots for Noble/Wells.

GORHAM 5, GREELY 4: Carl Bear scored three goals to lead the Rams (7-8) over the Rangers (3-11) at Falmouth.

Gorham took a 1-0 lead after three minutes on a goal by Benjamin Eichner from Carter Landry. Greely answered with a goal from Ryan Megathlin later in the period from Nathan Gervais.

The Rangers took a 2-1 lead on a goal from Ryan Sullivan, again from Gervais, but Gorham tied it late in the period with Bear’s first goal of the game.

Greely scored the first two goals of the second period, one from Gervais and one from Peter Lattanzi, but Gorham scored three unanswered goals in the period, two by Bear.

Carter Landry scored the go-ahead goal for the Rams 14 minutes into the second.

Brogan McDonald stopped 28 shots for Gorham. Josh Lawless and Joe MacDonald combined for 23 saves for Greely.

GARDINER 3, BRUNSWICK 2: Logan Peacock, Jake Folsom and Tristan Hebert scored for the Tigers (11-3-1), who led 2-0 after two periods and held off Brunswick (8-6-1) at Hallowell.

WINDHAM/WESTBROOK 5, MASSABESIC/BONNY EAGLE/OLD ORCHARD BEACH 2: Gage Chenard had two goals and an assist, Derek Corbett added two goals, and Tyler Johnson and John Tibbetts also scored to lead Windham/Westbrook (11-3) over Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard Beach (7-8) at Gorham.

Brandon Caron and Cam Roy had a goal and an assist each for Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard Beach.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 59, HIGHVIEW CHRISTIAN 36: David Davol scored 19 of his game-high 25 points in the first half to lead the Lions (6-12) over the Knights (2-16) at Charleston.

Eddie Daigneault added 14 points for the Lions, who led 33-14 at halftime.

Timothy Sheldon led the Knights with 18 points.

WISCASSET 66, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 56: Cody Roberts had 20 points and seven rebounds to lead the Wolverines (13-5) past the Mustangs (11-7) at Wiscasset.

Ethan James had 19 points and 16 boards for Wiscasset, and Brandon Sprague added 19 points, including three 3-pointers.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

HIGHVIEW CHRISTIAN 47, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 28: Clarissa Jones scored 19 points and broke the school career scoring record, but it came in a loss for the Lions (6-12) against Highview Christian (12-6) at Charleston.

Jones has 929 career points, breaking a record that had stood for 30 years.

Megan McDonald had 12 points to lead Highview Christian, which took a 22-10 halftime lead. Cassidy Lessner added 11.