FALMOUTH — Unbeaten Falmouth posted a solid 4-0 win against Lewiston Wednesday night at Family Ice in a reprise of last season’s state championship girls’ hockey game.

The Yachtsmen thoroughly dominated the defending state champions to run their record to 2-0-2. It was the first loss of the season for the Devils, who outscored their first three opponents, 23-2.

“It is a different Lewiston team than last year so we didn’t put much stock into a revenge factor,” Falmouth Coach Rob Carrier said. “We knew they had a good goalie and Corinne (Laberge) is an offensive force, so we kind of focused on playing as much as we could in their end and when they broke it out to try and keep them wide and not let Corinne get too much momentum to get off a good shot.”

The game was played mostly in the Lewiston end as the Yachtsmen held a decisive 36-14 edge in shots.

“Every line (Falmouth) puts out there are experienced hockey players,” Lewiston Coach Ron Dumont said. “They’re a real good team and they are a veteran team. We have a lot of kids out there in their infancy in their hockey careers. It’s hard to match up.”

Lewiston, with a roster that includes one player from Oak Hill High School in Wales and one player from Monmouth Academy, is without nine players from last season’s championship team.

Falmouth lost a total of five players to graduation last spring.

The Yachtsmen took a 2-0 lead in the first period when defenseman Caroline Proctor scored a pair of goals just over one minute apart on long shots from the left point.

Proctor’s first goal came 7:04 into the game. After intercepting a clearing pass out of the left corner, she sent a shot along the ice that went in under goalie Meagan Gosselin’s pads.

At 8:11, on her very next shift, she sent a rising shot from just about the same spot beyond the left circle that went inside the far post for a goal.

The Yachtsmen held a 25-8 edge in shots during the first two periods, but the Devils did get some good scoring chances.

Falmouth goalie Ally Hurdman stopped Laberge’s blast from the slot two minutes into the game. With less than five minutes left in the scoreless second period, she kept Sierra Connor-Schade’s backhander from going in.

Hurdman made 14 saves to post her first shutout of the season.

Evie Clement put in two third-period goals to complete the scoring.

With 1:33 left, she swept the puck in from the left side after circling around behind the net. With 11 seconds left, she added an empty-net goal.

“It was a good team effort,” Carrier said. “It’s a lot better than where we were when we opened the season. I like the direction were going in.”