CUMBERLAND — Biddeford couldn’t defend Kayley Cimino’s spikes for Greely in a match between undefeated volleyball teams Thursday night.

Cimino notched 17 kills for Greely, which swept Biddeford 3-0 and has won all nine of its sets this season.

“She’s probably the top player in the state,” Greely Coach Kelvin Hasch said of Cimino. “She always has a lot of spikes and she serves very well.”

Neither team had lost a set this season, with Greely (3-0) beating defending Class A state champion Scarborough and Cony, and Biddeford (2-1) shutting out York and Massabesic.

“We really didn’t know anything about them coming in,” Cimino said of Biddeford. “I just told the team, ‘Don’t take them lightly.’ We went in expecting a really strong team.”

Greely, last year’s Class A North champion, rallied from a four-point deficit early in the first set. Behind Cimino’s serving, the Rangers scored 12 unanswered points in a 25-16 win. Cimino had 13 serves in the set.

In the second, Greely pulled away from an 8-8 tie. Morgan Selby led Greely with 15 serves – two aces – for a 25-13 win.

From there Biddeford stepped it up. Hasch said a long pause halfway through the final set while officials discussed a scoring issue slowed the Rangers.

“We got rattled,” Hasch said. “We forgot how to pass for a few moments. Once I got them calmed, they started passing. That’s when we took control.”

The Tigers made it 14-14 before siding out – as close as they got to extending the match.

“This was probably the first game we were challenged so I look at it as the first game of the season,” Biddeford Coach Chantel Tourigny said. “I’m happy with what I saw. There’s room to work on different areas.”

Cimino secured the 25-19 victory in the last set with nine kills.

“We just played all-around really well,” Cimino said. “Our play on the net, our defense – everything was really great tonight.”