The Maranacook and Yarmouth boys’ soccer teams will meet in the Class B South championship game in Readfield for a second consecutive season. This time students will sit in designated areas after a row of bleachers was damaged in the showdown last season.

The game will start at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Yarmouth earned a 3-2 double-overtime victory in the regional final last season. Later, Maranacook officials learned a row of bleachers used by Yarmouth students was damaged.

Yarmouth Athletic Director Susan Robbins said Tuesday the school paid about $300 in damages to Maranacook last spring and students were disciplined.

“We made repairs to Maranacook,” she said. “We sent them a check. There were apology letters. We weren’t happy because we want to be respectful everywhere we go. We ask our student-athletes to be respectful on the field and we want our fans to follow suit.”

Maranacook Athletic Director Al MacGregor said students wishing to stand will be moved to portable bleachers.

“Last year it was not malicious,” MacGregor said. “They shouldn’t have stood on them and when they were celebrating, they bent them up. We have portable bleachers coming in – one for our student section and one for theirs. If they want to stand and shout, they can go down and do it there. If they want to go to the main bleachers they will have to sit. We just don’t want to damage them again.

Robbins added she didn’t anticipate any problems this year.

The top-seeded Yarmouth girls are play Wednesday night at home against second-ranked Greely in a regional final at 6.

“We are hosting the girls’ game so our fan base will be split,” Robbins said.