The five classes of girls' soccer are ready to compete in the final game of the season.
Madison of the 8-person league scored the most goals of any team, boys' or girls' this season, with 101. The defense of Penquis, also in the 8 person league, was the stingiest, only allowing three goals all season.
Here is how, when, and where they match up.
N#1 Bangor will battle S#1 Scarborough at 10 a.m. at Messalonskee High School. Bangor went 13-1 on the season and they outscored their opponents 68-10. Scarborough was also 13-1 and they outscored their opponents 51-6.
N#3 Ellsworth will taken on S#1 Yarmouth at 3 p.m. at Mt. Ararat High School. Ellsworth went 11-2-1 this season and they outscored their opponents 55-15.
Yarmouth went 12-1-1 and they outscored their opponents 32-6.
N#1 Fort Kent is ready to do battle with S#3 Waynflete at 10 a.m. at Mt. Ararat High School. Fort Kent went 13-1 on the season and outscored their opponents 65-4. Waynflete went 9-5 and outscored their opponents 43-17.
N#1 Penobscot Valley will take on S#1 Saint Dominic at 3 p.m. at Messalonskee High School. Penobscot Valley went 14-0 on the season and they outscored their opponents 91-6 while St. Dominics went 10-3-1 while outscoring their opponents 28-12.
8 Person League:
N#1 Penquis Valley will compete against S#1 Madison at 4 p.m. at Cony High School. Penquis Valley went 14-0 and scored 69 goals while holding their opponents to a mere 3 points. Madison went 12-2 and scored a girl's team's highest goal with 101 while allowing just 16 to the opponents.