KENNEBUNK — Britney Gregoire scored twice Tuesday to lead second-seeded Kennebunk past seventh-ranked Poland 2-0 in a Class B South field hockey quarterfinal.

Kennebunk (12-3) will be home against third-seeded Yarmouth (11-4) in the semifinals at 3:30 p.m. Friday.

“(Having home field) is huge. (Yarmouth) came here (during the regular season) and we beat them in overtime. Then we went over there and they beat us in regular time,” said Gregoire.

“That’s a huge advantage for us, to be on our field,” said Kennebunk Coach Kayla Billings.

“Luckily we secured that spot at No. 2 where no matter what, someone is coming to us (until the regional final). We are just focused on playing our game on our field and not who is coming to us at this point.”

Gregoire notched her first goal with 13:07 remaining in the first half.

Ashton Sturtevant of Poland (9-6-1) made the initial save before Gregoire scored on the rebound – a shot that went off a defender and trickled in.

“Britney is a very dominant player. She works very hard in practice,” said Billings.

“She’s just decided that this is going to be her year and she’s steadily progressed from her freshman year to now her junior year, where she’s just a force to be reckoned with.”

Gregoire added her second goal with 4:28 remaining in the game. It came off a great corner play.

Allie Gregoire started the corner from the left side and kicked it out to Kylie DeFeo. DeFeo touched a pass to her left to Gregoire, who fired a hard shot to the bottom left corner of the net.

“(Gregoire) is making some really smart decisions and taking some amazing shots,” said Billings.

“(The bottom left corner) is exactly where I aimed. Most of the time the goalie is there,” said Gregoire.

“(Sturtevant) is a pretty good goalie, though. She’s only a freshman. She’s going to be so good.”

Sturtevant made nine saves for Poland.

Kennebunk held an 8-2 advantage in corners, including 6-0 in the first half.

Poland had a good chance with about 15 minutes to play when Brianna Doucette crossed a pass from right to left intended for Desiree Menard in front of the net. But it was just out of reach for Menard and then skipped out of bounds.

Kennebunk and Poland met Sept. 29 at Poland, which also produced a 2-0 win for Kennebunk.

The Rams dominated play in the first half and continued to control possession throughout the second.

“We really wanted to think about possessions this game. We knew that (Poland) has some very quick girls who do a good job of handling the ball so we wanted to maintain possession,” said Billings.