PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) – The top four teams in the state determined who would be playing for the state title in girls hockey. One of the favorites won, the other did not.
Top-seeded Scarborough beat #2 Falmouth for the third time in as many games this season to clinch the Western Maine championship, 7-0. In the Eastern Maine final, the second-seed Lewiston avenged two regular season losses to defeat the #1 Edward Little/Leavitt co-op, 2-0.
Scarborough (20-0) has outscored their opponents 129-11 thus far. Two of those wins came against Lewiston (3-0 at home on Dec. 30 and 2-0 away on Jan. 20).
For Lewiston, they’ll advance to their third state title game. The Blue Devils won the first girls hockey championship in Maine back in 2009. They lost the following season to Cheverus.
The Red Storm will play in their second consecutive state final having lost to Greely 1-0 last season.
The state title game will take place 7 p.m. Saturday at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston.