The Calais Blue Devils girls basketball team has won 13 consecutive games, after losing two straight in early January.
The Blue Devils will bring that streak into their class C girls state championship game against the Carrabec Cobras.
Calais (19-2) defeated their three (Washington Academy, Houlton, Orono) tournament opponents by an average of 21 points.
Calais defeated Orono 49-30 to claim their 12th class C regional championship.
Junior Madison McVicar has been the best player in class C all season and she carried that right through the regional tournament.
McVicar was named BDN Eastern Maine class C tournament MVP for the second straight season.
Paige Gillespie gives the Blue Devils a solid threat in their inside game.
Calais will be looking for their seventh class C state championship when they take the floor on Saturday @ 7 p.m. at the Augusta Civic Center.
The last state title for the Blue Devils was in 2010, when they defeated Madison.
Gillespie was selected to the class C/D McDonald's Eastern Maine all star team.
The Cobras will be playing in their first state championship game.
Carrabec (17-4) started their tournament run by defeating the defending regional champion Waynflete 49-37.
They followed that with a very impressive 58-52 victory over second seeded Maranacook.
They claimed their first regional title when they defeated rival Madison 54-50.
Macy Welch is the floor general for Carrabec.
Emma Pluntke has stepped up her game to give the Cobras a threat near the basket.
Welch was selected to the class C/D McDonald's Western Maine girls basketball all star team.