YARMOUTH — Well-poised Yarmouth rolled to a 7-1 victory against Greely in a Western Maine Conference softball game Friday.

“I was very pleased with how we played on both offense and defense,” Yarmouth Coach Amy Ashley said. “On defense we made some plays, and I was pleased with the effort and execution today.”

The St. Pierre twins, Andrea and Sydney, who bat first and second in the lineup, sparked the offense. Between them they banged out five hits, scored two runs and drove in three.

“They do a lot for us,” Ashley said. “They’re middle infielders and they always know where each other is going to be. They’re so level-headed. In moments where we tend to freak out, they’re the ones who calm us down.”

Ceanne Lyon scattered six hits, struck out seven and walked one.

“She kept the ball low so we were able to make some plays in the infield,” Ashley said.

It was the fourth loss for winless Greely.

“We’re so inexperienced,” Coach Rob Hale said. “We have seven new players and we can implode.”

The Rangers were very much in the game before the defense fell apart with two outs in the fourth inning and Greely clinging to a 1-0 lead. A dropped third strike, a bobbled ball in the infield, some shoddy play in the outfield and three singles resulted in the Clippers scoring their first four runs.

“You saw the inexperience,” Hale said. “They make a mistake and they don’t want to let down their teammates so they lose their aggressiveness.”

Five players were expected back from the team that played for the Class B South championship last season, but the Rangers lost sisters Jennie Smith, the starting catcher, and Anna Smith, the starting second baseman, to season-ending knee injuries.

The recent wet weather also made it difficult for Hale to get the team outside to work on important aspects of the game during practice.

“The last two years I had a very experienced team that could play inside and do a lot of stuff,” he said. “This team needs reps in a full softball field setting … We’re making progress but it’s slow.”

Greely opened the scoring in the first inning when Kayley Cimino singled with two outs, stole second and third, and scored on Maddie Rawnsley’s opposite-field double to deep right. Cimino ended up with two singles and a double.

In the fourth, Tasha Powers drove in two runs with a bloop single into right and Lyon singled sharply into center to drive in a run to help send Yarmouth into its 4-1 lead.

The Clippers (2-0) scored one run in the fifth. Andrea St. Pierre led off with a triple into the alley in left and scored when Sydney St. Pierre dumped a single into right.

Yarmouth scored two more runs in the sixth.

Powers, who led off, reached second on an infield error and went to third on a passed ball. With two outs, Andrea St. Pierre singled sharply to center to make it 6-1. After she stole second, Sydney St. Pierre drove in the final run of the game with a single, her third hit.