KENNEBUNK — The Kennebunk High girls’ lacrosse team has plenty of scoring options.

Add in that they all were on-target Saturday and it spelled a 13-10 Western Class B semifinal victory against York.

“If you give them an open look inside the 8 (yard arc), they’re very precise,” York Coach Jodie Lawlor said.

Second-seeded Kennebunk (13-1) will be at top-ranked Falmouth (13-1) for Wednesday’s regional final. Falmouth is the only team to beat the Rams.

It will be Kennebunk’s third straight trip to a regional final. The last two ended in one-goal losses, to Massabesic in Class A in 2013 and to Cape Elizabeth last year in Class B. The Rams’ last regional title was in Class B in 2007. They have not won a state title.

“This time around I think we’re just ready to not lose again,” midfielder Jenny Bush said. “We’ve been there twice and we know what it feels like to lose twice, and we don’t want that feeling again. We’re going to take all that energy from today and throw it into the next two practices and the game on Wednesday.”

Bush and Olivia Sanford each scored three goals. Kyra Schwartzman (3 assists) and Carly Sandler (2 assists) scored two each, with Gabby Fogg, Hallie Schwartzman and Katy Ross adding one goal each.

“There’s so many people that can go to the cage for us, you really can’t put all of your eggs in one basket,” Kennebunk Coach Annie Barker said.

Kennebunk led 13-6 after Ross’ goal from Sandler with 14:47 to play. From that point they focused on keeping possession.

Third-seeded York (10-4) took advantage of the occasional turnover and rare draw-control victory against Bush (Kennebunk had a 19-7 edge in that key stat) to score four goals down the stretch. Two came from Allie Lawlor, who finished with a game-high five goals.

York made it 5-5 with 8:20 left in a fast-paced first half on Mackenzie Mallett’s second goal.

Kennebunk then scored eight of the next nine goals. Two came after York had to sit a player due to yellow card infractions. Plus, Bush was credited for a goal with 2.1 seconds left in the half when a high pass deflected off the tip of her stick and went into the net.

“The one cheap one at the end of the half hurt but we played as hard as we could,” Coach Lawlor said.

“We got some really tough calls against us. I’ve never seen a yellow card for a cross-check before but Kennebunk played a good game. They did what they needed to do.”