The four teams have been established for the Huron-Perth girls basketball finals, and all four are from Stratford.
In Junior, the Central Rams will play the Northwestern Huskies.
Rams defeated Goderich Vikings 65-20 in one of Monday’s semi-final games.
Julia Brookshaw had 17 points and Amber DeLaFranier 16 to pace the Central attack. Lauren Bailey added nine points, Julia Yates eight and Venessa Ortelli seven.
In the other Junior semi-final, Northwestern edged St. Anne’s Eagles from Clinton, 49-39.
Janice Louwagie scored 16 points, Tessa Deighten 15 and Jessica Ross 11 to lead the Huskies’ charge.
Georgia Wilder had 13 points for St. Anne’s.
The Junior final is being held Monday, Nov. 11 at Central, starting at 12:30 p.m.
In the Senior final, there will be a rematch between the 8-0 St. Mikes Warriors and the 7-1 Central Rams.
In Monday’s semi-final games, Warriors dominated South Huron Panthers 61-20.
Leading the way for St. Mikes were Bridget O’Reilly with 16 points, Olivia Valiquette with 14, and Nancy Louwagie with 11.
Val Steckle had eight points for South Huron.
In the other Senior semi-final, the Central Rams drubbed St. Marys Salukis 47-13.
Ashley Wheeler had 20 points for the Rams, with guard Stacey Brookshaw adding 11.
Shauna Simpson scored seven points for the Salukis.
The Senior final goes Monday, Nov. 11 at St. Mikes, starting at 2:15 p.m.