Friday, 7 p.m., Cross Insurance Arena, Portland

Presque Isle starters

  • Krystal Kingsbury, sr., F: 17.1 ppg, 4.4 rpg
  • Hannah Graham, sr., PG: 16.8 ppg, 2.5 3s; 4.1 apg, 2.0 spg
  • Emily Lagerstrom, so., G/F: 7.0 ppg, 2.2 3s
  • Taylor Williams, jr., G: 6.6 ppg, 3.1 apg, 1.7 3s
  • Regan Nelson, jr., C: 5.5 ppg, 4.9 rpg

Keys for Presque Isle: The Wildcats are an outstanding shooting team that averaged 72 points per game and scored more than 80 points six times in the regular season. They attempt nearly 22 3-point shots per game and make 39.3 percent from behind the arc. By stretching the perimeter with multiple shooting threats, including Emily Wheaton (7.0 points), Olivia Hudson, Skylar Vogel, and Emma Kinney, the 5-foot-8 Kingsbury has extra room to work as the prime inside scoring threat (she has attempted one 3-pointer all season). The 5-foot-10 Graham, like Kingsbury a 1,000-point scorer, was out of school this week due to the flu. Graham and Kingsbury were key contributors to the Wildcats’ championship teams in 2012 and 2013, and Nelson and Williams were on the 2013 squad.

Greely starters

  • Ashley Storey, sr., C: 20.0 ppg, 12.0 rpg, 3.5 bpg
  • Hayley Felkel, sr., G: 5.8 ppg, 3.2 apg, 2.5 spg
  • Moira Train, so., F: 8.3 ppg, 1.6 3s
  • Sarah Felkel, jr., G: 2.1 ppg
  • Molly Chapin, so., G: 4.5 ppg

Keys for Greely: Storey’s work in the paint makes the offense so dangerous. A more forceful finisher as a senior, Storey is also an excellent passer. Her ability to kick the ball to the perimeter is a big reason the Rangers made 17 3-pointers in two playoff games at the CIA. Greely has hung its hat on defense all season and is allowing 31 points per game in the playoffs. Train, Chapin, the Felkel sisters and key reserve Isabel Porter (6.4 ppg) guard the perimeter, with Storey as the stopper at the rim. The Rangers will need that combination of outside-inside defense to slow Presque Isle. In the tournament, Train and Porter have combined for 65 points and 12 3-pointers. If they continue to produce at double-figure rates, the Rangers will be tough to beat as they bid for their first state title since 2004.

– Steve Craig