YARMOUTH — Cory Langenbach was in the right spot at the right time to score two goals Wednesday night, leading Yarmouth High’s top-seeded girls’ soccer team to its first regional title since 2003.

Langenbach, a senior midfielder, added an assist as the Clippers unseated Greely, the defending Class B champion, 3-1.

Yarmouth (15-1-1) will face Waterville (17-0) in the 10 a.m. state final Saturday at Hampden Academy. Yarmouth’s last state title also came in 2003. Waterville, which beat Hermon 1-0 in the North final, won the state title in 2014.

“Since the beginning of the year we’ve kind of been saying this is our year,” said Langenbach, a tri-captain. “So we just came in with that mindset and we’ve played as a team every game, and gotten better every practice.”

Greely (12-5) lost three times to Yarmouth this season.

“They certainly looked a lot sharper than we did today,” Greely Coach Josh Muscadin said. “I lost nine players from last year and when you look at that, to me, it’s a success. It’s a building. Look out for next year.”

Langenbach scored the first goal when she made a run down the center of the field as her midfield partner, Olivia Feeley, worked up the right sideline.

Feeley put a strong, low cross to the center of the box. A defender got a solid foot on the ball but the attempted clear came right to Langenbach, who buried her shot past Greely keeper Molly Matthews (7 saves) with 24:05 left in the first half.

Yarmouth increased its lead to 2-0 when Langenbach’s well-placed corner kick was sharply headed in by talented Clipper forward Katie Clemmer with 8:30 left in the first half.

Courtney Sullivan of Greely scored late in the first half on a header after Brooke Obar’s shot was deflected, cutting the margin to 2-1 at halftime. Sullivan’s goal came on the Rangers’ first of four shots on frame against Yarmouth keeper Meredith Lane (3 saves).

Langenbach’s second goal came just over six minutes into the second half. This time the ball had caromed about multiple times and Langenbach was able to pick it out of a scrum and find the goal.

Josh Thornton, the first-year Clipper coach, said there’s a simple reason why Langenbach – who also played a strong defensive game – was in position to collect her goals.

Simple but not easy.

“She never stops running. She’s always at that point where she’s ready to go,” Thornton said. “Where everyone else, when the ball stops, they stop and then they move. She’s already jogging so the acceleration onto the ball is a lot easier for her.”

“My teammates did a really good job of getting the ball into the box and both of my goals were rebounds so I just had to place them into a corner,” Langenbach said.

Yarmouth was also strong defensively. Feeley was a tough ball-winner in the middle of the field. Center back Ella Antolini twice made hard slide tackles to thwart potential Greely chances in the box.

“If she gets that wrong, that’s a penalty and she timed it perfectly,” Thornton said.

CORRECTION: This story was updated on Nov. 4 at 10:45 a.m. to show that Yarmouth had won its most recent regional and state championships in girls’ soccer in 2003.