The past three years, Glens Falls and Greenwich have played each other for a Section II boys lacrosse title.
The two schools will play for a title again this week, but on different days against different opponents.
The introduction of a fourth class of play left the teams in different brackets for sectionals this year. Greenwich will meet Wasaren League rival Cambridge for the Class D title on Tuesday, while Glens Falls takes on Scotia for the Class C crown on Wednesday. Both games are at Mohonasen High School.
Greenwich (16-1) is going to a championship game for the fourth straight season — the Witches beat Glens Falls for the last three Class C titles — while Cambridge (12-3) is playing in its first sectional final. Greenwich won twice against the Indians during the regular season, 17-8 and 10-4.
The winner of that game will return to Mohonasen on Saturday to play in state regionals against the Westlake/O’Neill winner.
Glens Falls played Scotia twice this season and won both times. The schools last played each other for a sectional title in 2012, when Glens Falls was an 8-5 winner. Coach Tim Northrup said the Indians are healthy and back to a full roster for the first time this season.
The Class C winner also returns to Mohonasen on Saturday for a state regional final against either Pleasantville or Highland-Marlboro.
In girls lacrosse, Schuylerville (16-2) is coming off a 13-4 victory over Catholic Central that gave the Black Horses their first Section II title. They take on Millbrook in a Class D state regional semifinal Tuesday at Burnt Hills.
A win there would send the Horses on to a weekend regional final on the road against Bronxville.