Class A boys

South Portland (13-1) vs. Brunswick (15-0)

Saturday, 10 a.m.

Fitzpatrick Stadium, Portland

Players to watch: South Portland – Andrew Whipple (34 goals, 51 assists), Jack Fiorini (41 goals, 30 assists), T-Moe Hellier (91 saves, 4.0 goals-against average), Lucas Michaud (66 percent faceoff wins).

Brunswick – Cameron Glover, T.J. Sullivan (seven goals in regional final), Matt Brooks, Ian Schlosser (80 percent faceoff wins), GK Mitchell Smith.

Game notes: Two top seeds in a rematch of 2014 championship game won by South Portland, 10-8. South Portland Coach Tom Fiorini said Brunswick has been the favorite all year and his team must win the ground-ball battle and avoid penalties to be able to slow the Dragons’ dangerous offense. Both goalies are all-star caliber. Faceoff middies Michaud (South Portland) and Schlosser (Brunswick) will be the key individual battle. Brunswick hasn’t scored less than 12 goals in a game; South Portland hasn’t allowed more than seven.

Class B boys

Cape Elizabeth (12-2) vs. Yarmouth (12-3)

Saturday, 3:30 p.m.

Fitzpatrick Stadium, Portland

Players to watch: Cape Elizabeth – Griffin Thoreck (47 goals, 28 assists), Ben Shea (55 goals, 28 assists), Owen Thoreck (34 goals, 16 assists), Connor Thoreck (20 goals), R.J. Sarka (20 goals).

Yarmouth – Conor Hoehle (87 saves), Matthew Beatty (11 goals, 10 assists), Bill Jacobs (39 goals), Joe Oliva (45 goals), Henry Oliva (D, four-year starter).

Game notes: Coming off its 13th regional title, Cape Elizabeth is looking for its third straight Class B state title and 10th overall. The last two have come against Yarmouth. Cape has won five of the previous eight title-game matches with Yarmouth. The Clippers’ last title was when they beat Cape in 2009. Cape beat Yarmouth twice in the regular season, 6-3 and 14-5. Cape’s Jack Drinan, Noah Haversat and Noah Wolfinger are very good at causing turnovers.

Class A girls

Marshwood (12-3) vs. Messalonskee (14-1)

Saturday, 12:30 p.m.

Fitzpatrick Stadium, Portland

Players to watch: Marshwood – Lindsey Poirier (66 goals, 25 assists), Korinna Bohunsky (38 goals, 18 assists), Hannah Costin (30 goals, 12 assists), Emily Kahler.

Messalonskee – Nathalie St. Pierre (40 goals, 13 assists), India Languet (30 goals, 20 assists), Alyssa Turner (28 goals, 11 assists), Haley Lowell (66 ground balls), Lydia Dexter (26 goals, 45 ground balls, 43 draw controls).

Game notes: Marshwood showed it could win playing slow (4-2 vs. Thornton in a regional semifinal) or fast (16-3 in the regional final vs. Scarborough). Poirier had seven goals and three assists against Scarborough, with Costin adding five goals. Messalonskee Coach Ashley Pullen played on the Eagles’ first lacrosse team in 2000. Turner and Lowell are freshmen. They could get matched against Poirier and Bohunsky, a pair of four-year starters.

Class B girls

Kennebunk (14-1) vs. Yarmouth (11-4)

Saturday, 6 p.m.

Fitzpatrick Stadium, Portland

Players to watch: Kennebunk – Jenny Bush (52 goals, 16 assists), Kyra Schwartzman (47 goals, 20 assists), Olivia Sanford (29 goals, 10 assists), Carly Sandler (24 goals, 14 assists), Bella Kudas (110 saves).

Yarmouth – Shannon Fallon, Lane Simsarian, Emma Torres, Mary Kate Gunville.

Game notes: Yarmouth is the defending champ and has won five state titles. Kennebunk is making its first title-game appearance since Class A losses to Brunswick in 2008 and 2009, and third overall. Early in the regular season, Kennebunk beat Yarmouth 10-7. This is Yarmouth’s third straight trip to the championship game; the Clippers lost to Waynflete in 2013 and beat Cape Elizabeth last season. Yarmouth outscored three opponents 56-9 in the East regional, with Fallon notching eight goals and four assists in the regional final. Torres scored twice in last year’s state final. Gunville, a sophomore, is a two-year starter in goal.