FALMOUTH — Greely jumped out to a three-goal lead in the first period and likely earned home-ice advantage for the first round of the Class B South boys’ hockey playoffs with a 4-1 win Thursday over Kennebunk at Family Ice Center.

Andy Moore and Jake MacDonald each had a goal and an assist, and Quinn Molloy and Jackson Williams also scored for Greely (12-6).

Brendan Whitten scored in the third period for Kennebunk (11-5-1).

The teams are expected to meet again Tuesday in a regional quarterfinal at Family Ice Center.

CAPE ELIZABETH 4, YORK 4: Ben Ekedahl scored a power-play goal with 1:33 left in regulation to help the Capers (12-5-1) end the regular season with a tie against the Wildcats (15-2-1) at Dover Ice Arena.

Joe Graziano’s short-handed goal gave York a 4-2 lead with 3:34 left, but Phil Tarling answered 21 seconds later with his second goal of the third period.

Tom Carr and Dalton McCann also scored for York. Sean Agrondia was the other goal scorer for Cape.

WINDHAM/WESTBROOK 6, MARSHWOOD/TRAIP/SANFORD 4: Tanner Smith and Derek Corbett each scored twice, and the Eagles (6-12) overcame an early three-goal deficit against the Hawks (4-14) at USM Arena.

Cam Morrison and Jack Gresh also scored during a four-goal second period as the Eagles turned a 3-1 deficit into a 5-3 lead.

Henry Honkonen collected two goals and two assists, as he and linemates Jarid Tomblin and Evan Cole combined for all four Marshwood goals.


FOREST HILLS 33, RANGELEY 29: Caitlin Logston scored 12 of her team’s first 19 points and finished with 17 as the fifth-seeded Tigers (12-8) upset the No. 1 Lakers (16-4) in a Class D South semifinal at the Augusta Civic Center.

Rangeley, the defending regional champion, was 0 of 14 from 3-point range. Forest Hills led 25-23 after three quarters and held on despite not making a field goal in the fourth quarter.

VINALHAVEN 66, TEMPLE 49: The second-seeded Vikings (16-4) used an 11-0 run in the third quarter to break open a close game against the third-seeded Bereans (14-6) in a Class D South semifinal.

Vinalhaven’s Gilleyanne Davis-Oakes finished with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Ashlyn Littlefield added 15 points, and Cheyenne Bickford got 10 of her 12 points in the third quarter.

Kiara Carr scored 17 points for Temple.

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