Southern Maine high school basketball standouts Ashley Storey of Greely and Victoria Lux of Thornton Academy signed national letters of intent for college basketball scholarships in ceremonies Wednesday.

Storey signed to play at Division I University of New Hampshire and Lux signed to play at Division II Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts. Storey, a 6-foot-3 center-forward, averaged 17 points a game last season. She also averaged 11 rebounds, four assists and three blocked shots a game. She ranked second in assists in the Western Maine Conference while being in the top three in the league in blocks and top five in assists.

Storey is a three-year varsity starter who is closing in on 1,000 career points.

Lux played for Class A state champion McAuley High of Portland her first three years in high school, and transferred to Thornton Academy before the start of school in September. The 6-foot senior center averaged 13 points a game and 9.2 rebounds as a junior. She ranked second in the SMAA in rebounds. Lux was a key contributor on the Lions’ last three state title teams.

Also signing national letters of intent Wednesday were Scarborough lacrosse players Kaitlin Prince and Miranda Page. Prince signed with Division II Rollins College of Winter Park, Florida. Page signed with Division II Assumption College of Worcester, Massachusetts.

Jillian Libby, a basketball player at Cheverus, will sign with Division I New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey on Thursday at Cheverus. Libby has been a key guard/forward for the Stags.

Ashley Tinsman of Cape Elizabeth will sign a letter of intent on Monday Nov. 17 at Cape Elizabeth High to play softball at the University of Maine.

Kate Hall, who recently committed to a track scholarship from Iowa State University, will make it official Tuesday by signing with the Cyclones. Hall’s signing will be at Lake Region High at 6:30 p.m.