Girls championship

No. 1 Mount Carmel vs. No. 2 St. Scholastica

Time: 5 p.m.

Place: Tad Gormley Stadium,

Records: Mount Carmel 21-2-2; St. Scholastica 20-1-3.

Coaches: Mount Carmel: Pavlos Petrou; St. Scholastica: Mike Ortner,

How they got here: Mount Carmel: Beat No. 32 West Jefferson 12-0 in the bidistrict round, beat No. 17 Terrebonne 9-0 in the regional round, beat No. 8 Byrd 1-0 in the quarterfinals, beat No. 4 Mandeville 4-1 in the semifinals. St. Scholastica: Beat No. 31 Slidell 7-0 in the bidistrict round, beat No. 15 East Ascension 4-0 in the regional round, beat No. 7 Fontainebleau 3-0 in the quarterfinals, beat No. 3 Dominican 4-0 in the semifinals.

State championships: Mount Carmel 4 (2001, ’02, ’05, ’12); St. Scholastica 4 (2007, ’09, ’10, 14).

Noteworthy: At least one of the two teams has been in the championship match every year since 2010. … It’s the third time these two schools have met in the final, with Mount Carmel winning 2-1 in 2012 and SSA winning on penalty kicks in 2010. … SSA won 3-0 in the regular-season meeting. … The defending state champion Doves have outscored their playoff opponents 18-0 and haven’t allowed a postseason goal since the 2013 final when they lost 2-1 to Lafayette.

Boys championship

No. 1 St. Paul’s vs. No. 3 Jesuit

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Place: Tad Gormley Stadium.

Records: St. Paul’s 29-0-3; Jesuit 25-4-4.

Coaches: St. Paul’s: Sean Moser; Jesuit: Hubie Collins.

How they got here: St. Paul’s: Beat No. 32 Alexandria 5-0 in the bidistrict round, beat No. 17 Baton Rouge High 3-0 in the regional round, beat No. 25 Fontainebleau 4-0 in the quarterfinals, beat No. 4 Mandeville 3-0 in the semifinals; Jesuit: Beat No. 30 John Ehret 3-0 in the bidistrict round, beat No. 14 Grace King 1-0 in the regional round, beat No. 6 Brother Martin 1-0 in the quarterfinals, beat No. 2 Acadiana 4-3 in the semifinals.

State championships: St. Paul’s 5 (1997, ’98, ’00, ’11, ’14); Jesuit 12 (1984, ’87, ’95, ’99, ’02, ’03, ’05, ’07, ’09, ’10, ’12,’13).

Noteworthy: One of these teams has won the state championship every year since 2009. … The Wolves are ranked No. 2 nationally by MaxPreps. … Jesuit is led by senior keeper Otto Candies, senior defensive midfielder Jack LaForge, junior attacking midfielder Chase Rushing and junior forward Dylan Fuchs. … The Wolves have outscored their four playoff opponents 15-0 and dating to last season, they have six straight shutouts in the playoffs.

Rod Walker