Scarborough (17-0) vs. Caribou (15-0-2)

3 p.m., at Falmouth High School

The Red Storm, who won Class B championships in 1998 and 1999, are making their first appearance in a Class A final. Bangor won a regional title in 2005. Ashley Robinson, a junior striker who has scored 28 goals, and Kim Jordan, a senior striker who has 14 goals, provide the bulk of Bangor’s scoring. Haley Carignan leads the Red Storm in scoring with 12 goals, but 16 players have scored a goal or have had an assist during the course of the season.



Falmouth (11-5-1) vs. Caribou (14-2-1)

12:30 p.m., at Falmouth High School

Falmouth will try to capture its sixth state championship in 10 years on its own turf field, while the Vikings are playing in their first state championship game since 1988. Caribou is led by senior striker Jenna Selander, who has a school-record 66 goals during her varsity career. Abbey Cavalero scored two goals for Falmouth during the Western Class B tournament, and Jess DiPhilippo had three assists.



Sacopee Valley (15-1-1) vs. Fort Kent (14-2-1)

12:30 p.m. at Hampden Academy

Both teams are making their first appearance in a state championship game. A talented group of seniors, which includes striker Emily Lane, forward Kara Singleton, midfielder Maeve Downey, sweeper Catherine Murch and goalie Courtney Ross, leads Sacopee Valley. The Warriors are led by an experienced corps of eight seniors.



Van Buren (12-4-1) vs. Richmond (15-1)

3 p.m. at Hampden Academy

Van Buren makes its first trip to a state final in 11 years, while Richmond makes its 10th appearance in the state title game in 22 seasons. Freshman striker Parise Rossignol, the daughter of Maine schoolboy basketball legend Matt Rossignol, leads Van Buren with 28 goals and 17 assists. Junior striker Danica Hurley and sophomore striker Noell Acord have combined to score 44 goals for Richmond.


– Paul Betit