LEWISTON – Senior captain Pete Stauber and sophomore Ted Hart each scored two goals to lead the Greely High School boys hockey team past Messalonskee 6-2 in the Class B state championship game Saturday afternoon at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee.

Peter Hurley and Ben Hackett also scored for the Rangers (15-4-2), who won their second Class B title in three seasons.

“I thought our depth played a role in the outcome of the game today,” Greely coach Barry Mothes said. “We got all 18 guys in the game today. Certainly, in the third period we had a little more jump; it was a big difference.”


Sam Dexter and Travis St. Pierre scored for Messalonskee (18-4-0), which was out-shot 35-16.

Greely scored three goals in a 62-second span of the first period to put the game away.

“When you give up three goals, its difficult to come back from,” Messalonskee coach Mike Latendresse said. “Greely is a fantastic team. I thought they were the better team.”



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