Playing on the same line, Courtney Sullivan and Danita Storey each scored hat tricks, leading Greely to a 6-2 victory over Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland in girls’ hockey at William B. Troubh Ice Arena in Portland.

“We didn’t realize (Sullivan and Storey had hat tricks) until the end of the game,” said Greely Coach Nate Guerin.

Sullivan and Storey had been playing together on the power play this season but this was the first time they started on the same line, an adjustment that paid off.

“They got a lot of chances out of (playing on the same line). It was fun to watch,” said Guerin. “They’re both such strong offensive players that they are going to create a lot.”

Sullivan scored her three goals quickly, getting her third and final goal 58 seconds into the second period.

“I felt good because we’ve known each other for a while and we know where (the other) is going to be so that worked pretty well,” said Sullivan.

Sullivan added two assists to finish with five points.

“I love playing with Courtney, she knows how to move the puck,” said Storey.

Storey spread out her scoring, one goal in each period. He third goal came with 35.7 seconds remaining in the game. She also had an assist.

“I like coming out and playing Cape, it’s always a good team for us to play. No matter what sport, I just like beating Cape,” said Storey.

Will Guerin keep them together on a line?

“It’s nice to have one of each (Sullivan and Storey) on center. We’ve been using Sullivan on defense on and off, it’s nice to have that option. So (it will) probably be a game-by-game basis. (We’ll) see how it goes,” said Guerin.

Greely (10-2) has outshot every opponent this year. Wednesday was not any different as it held a 33-21 edge.

“We let in a couple of soft goals and that was really a back-breaker for us,” said Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland Coach Bob Mills.

Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland (5-5) goalie Lily Jordan got the start but was pulled early in favor of freshman Abby Joy.

When asked about the goalie change, Mills said: “Four shots on net and three goals went in. Sometimes it’s not so much about the goalie’s performance, it’s just trying something different to spark the team.”

Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland had goals from Kathryn Clark and Hannah Bosworth, who also an assist.

Both teams came up empty on two power plays.

Maura Verrill helped with two assists for Greely.

“We’ve got a couple losses but we’re skating with everyone, competing with everyone and…the goal is, obviously, to find a way to win that game at the end of the season,” said Guerin.