Falmouth senior Justin Brogan, who returned to action Thursday in the Western Class A boys’ tennis finals after being out with an ankle injury since late May, will have two more days of rest and recovery.

A wet weather forecast prompted organizers of the Maine Principals’ Association tournaments to shuffle the state finals, originally scheduled for three classes Saturday at Bates College in Lewiston.

The undefeated Falmouth boys and girls, making their Class A debuts this season, will remain at Bates but play at 4 p.m. Monday. They will face the Brunswick girls and Mt. Ararat boys.

The Class B and C finals remain scheduled for Saturday, but indoors at the Racket & Fitness Center in Portland, which was also the site of Thursday’s Western Maine finals.

The Class C matches between Waynflete and Van Buren girls, and Waynflete and George Stevens boys will begin at 3 p.m.

The Class B matches between Greely and Waterville girls, and Cape Elizabeth and Camden Hills boys are at 6 p.m.

All six Western Maine champions hail from the Western Maine Conference.

“I think that makes a statement about the strength of our conference,” said Falmouth Coach Bob McCully. “The kids put a lot of work into this. They’re very serious about their game.”

The return of Brogan, who had not completed a match since losing May 22 to Isaac Salas of Waynflete, put McCully in the unusual position of dropping the state singles champion to second in Falmouth’s lineup.

Fellow senior Brendan McCarthy breezed to a 6-0, 6-0 victory Thursday and figures to have little trouble Monday against Mt. Ararat, whose top player, freshman Nick Mathieu, lost 6-1, 6-2 to McCarthy in the singles finals earlier this month.

“It was a little bit awkward for Brendan,” McCully said. “But there is an MPA rule. If somebody is on a short-term disability, they go back to their orginal spot unless there’s a challenge match. Well, a guy with a bad ankle, I don’t want to do a challenge match and maybe burn him out, and inflame his ankle to where he can’t play.”

Mt. Ararat (9-5) rose from a fifth seed to win Eastern Class A, edging No. 4 Mt. Blue, No. 1 Bangor and No. 3 Hampden Academy by 3-2 scores.

Falmouth’s girls are shooting for their 109th consecutive victory and seventh straight state title, winning the previous six in Class B before enrollment figures bumped them up a classification. Brunswick is the defending Class A champ.

In Class B, the Cape Elizabeth boys (13-2) are shooting for their second straight title. Their only losses came to Falmouth, 3-2 and 5-0. Greely’s girls are fresh off their first regional title. Waterville is making its fourth straight appearance in the state championship match.

In Class C, Waynflete and George Stevens are meeting for the fifth straight year; the Flyers have won the past four. The six-time defending state champion Waynflete girls face Van Buren for the second straight year, having won 4-1 last spring against a Van Buren lineup that didn’t have a senior.