YARMOUTH — Adam LaBrie and Patrick Grant combined on all four goals as Yarmouth avenged its 2013 Western Class B final loss to Greely, beating the Rangers 4-2 Wednesday night to claim the boys’ soccer regional title.

LaBrie scored twice in the first half, then ricocheted his third goal in off the crossbar to put Yarmouth ahead 3-0 with 31:09 left in the game. Grant assisted on all three.

“We’ve been playing the last five games together up top and we’ve just really been clicking,” Grant said. “Adam’s got the speed and I just can send him through and know he’ll finish it.”

After Greely’s Jacob Nason scored on a header less than two minutes later, LaBrie sent Grant free with a slick flick of a header near midfield. As the Rangers’ defense kept a wary eye on LaBrie running the left lane, Grant worked the ball down the middle and then slotted in a neat left-footer.

“He had to do a lot of work there, but I just wanted to get him back for all the ones he got me all year,” LaBrie said.

Yarmouth (13-2-2) will go for its first state title since 2010 at 10 a.m. Saturday when it takes on Ellsworth at Deering High in a matchup of top seeds. Ellsworth beat No. 10 Oceanside 2-1.

Greely (11-4-2) scored once more with 15:55 to play when Nason’s back kick from the left post was converted by Luc Dionne at the right post.

A year ago Yarmouth came into the Western final unbeaten and was stopped by Greely.

“Tonight going into this game we just felt like it was due. We were ready,” Yarmouth Coach Mike Hagerty said.

“They’ve been waiting a year for this and they came out like a team that really had a chip on its shoulder, something to play for,” Greely Coach Mike Andreasen said. “Our kids played hard. It’s just tonight we had a tough go.”

LaBrie’s first goal came 5:36 into the game when he ran onto a nice through ball by Grant to split Greely’s defense and finished against keeper John Wright (three saves).

With 12:16 left in the half, the relatively small Grant gained the right position against Greely’s towering central defenders Austin Nowinski and Harrison Shain to receive a long pass. He sent a quick back pass to LaBrie, who finished from 30 yards out.