CUMBERLAND — Anna DeWolfe had two goals and added two assists to lead defending state champion Greely to a 4-0 win over York in a Class B South semifinal Saturday.

No. 2 Greely (12-4) moves on to the South final at top-seeded Yarmouth (14-1-1) at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The two teams played twice this season with the Clippers winning both games.

No. 3 York is done at 8-4-4.

Courtney Sullivan and Brooke Obar both recorded a goal and an assist for the Rangers.

This was a rematch of last year’s South final, which Greely won on its way to the state title. On Saturday, Greely took command early, possessing the ball and creating chances. Greely Coach Josh Muscadin was pleased to see his team progress.

“Soccer is a game that takes time,” Muscadin said. “Our passes are coming together. I hope it continues. Now we need to be consistent.”

A key to that consistency is getting the ball to DeWolfe, the talented sophomore who was not only in on every goal, but on a lot of near-misses.

“She’s a real smart player,” York Coach Wally Caldwell said. “She gets into the middle of the field and looks to distribute. All the players know that when she’s out there, she’s going to feed them the ball.

“She’s skilled enough to keep everyone involved and that’s what she did today.”

DeWolfe combined twice with Obar, a freshman, for a 2-0 halftime lead.

“We just made that connection,” DeWolfe said.

Almost halfway through the first half, DeWolfe had the ball at midfield and Obar was breaking downfield. DeWolfe led Obar with a perfect pass. In stride, Obar closed in and scored, high in the right corner, for a 1-0 lead with 25:51 left in the half.

With 5 1/2 minutes left, Obar lofted a high ball to the far corner. DeWolfe hustled to it and headed it in, with 5:21 left in the half.

“I knew exactly what Brooke was doing,” DeWolfe said. “I knew where she was going to put it. I just had to be there.”

In the second half, York threatened more with Halee Bando and Nina Howe creating chances. But Greely put it away when Sullivan scored with 19:35 left.

Five minutes later, Sullivan got the ball to DeWolfe, who slide on the wet turf while sending a laser inside the far left post, a to make it 4-0.

Greely played solid defense, led by junior Caroline Swaney and freshman Katherine Clancy. Swaney, who missed last year with a torn ACL – and re-injured the knee before this season – was constantly winning 50-50 balls and pressing the Rangers’ attack.