GRAY — GRAY — Moira Train said she and her Greely teammates recognized the quality and passion they showed in a loss to York on Friday, but their third loss of the season to an unbeaten team was aggravating.

“After the York game we were a little frustrated,” Train said. “We knew we’d played well but wanted to come out and play a little angry tonight, I guess.”

Class A Greely took out its frustration on Class B Gray-New Gloucester Monday evening. Running from the opening whistle and knocking down 11 3-point baskets, the Rangers dominated in a 66-38 win.

Both teams are 10-3.

Train led Greely with 17 points and a team-high five 3-pointers. Isabel Porter scored 15 with four 3s and Anna DeWolfe had a strong all-around game and scored 16 points.

Greely won the 2015 Class B state title in large part due to the shooting of current juniors Train, Porter and Molly Chapin.

If anything the trio is even more dangerous on the perimeter as they are constantly moving and always ready to catch and shoot off the dribble penetration of either DeWolfe or senior captain Sarah Felkel.

“We all have confidence,” DeWolfe said. “That’s why we can move the ball so quickly. Everyone can shoot.”

Greely made 11-of-27 3-point shots. The solid percentage was nice. The sheer volume of good looks from the perimeter was perhaps even more impressive.

“We shoot a lot in practice,” Train said. “We try to focus a lot on shooting, getting up as many shots as possible.”

Greely lacks a true inside scoring threat, so Coach Joel Rogers uses full-court pressure defense to force the pace. The Rangers are constantly looking to tip, redirect or outright snatch passes, especially attempts to feed the post.

“We had a tip or a steal on their first eight possessions,” Rogers said.

That led to a 21-4 lead after a quarter that essentially decided the game.

The Patriots cut the lead to 30-18 at the half as Skye Conley (16 points) worked inside and scored seven points in the second quarter.

Greely took control with a 23-8 third quarter that featured back-to-back 3-pointers by Porter.

“We had it down to 12 at the half and we talked about getting it down to six or seven entering the fourth,” Gray-New Gloucester Coach Mike Andreasen said. “Then they put up 23 on us in the third quarter. They’re a tough matchup. I have to believe we’re not going to see a better team in Class B.”

For all its trouble with Greely, G-NG showed flashes of why it can contend in Class B. Its only loss to a Class B team was to Lincoln Academy.

Plus, center Alanna Camerl is back from a wrist injury and played for the first time this season Monday. She scored seven points off the bench. She and Conley will be a tough interior matchup.

Leading scorer Alicia Dumont is also out with an injury. She should be back for Friday’s game, Andreasen said.

“Alicia’s our top scorer but she’s not making up 28 points,” Andreasen said.