Gov. Mifflin rallied from a four-goal halftime deficit to beat second-seeded Hempfield 12-11 in a District 3 Class 3A semifinal game Monday at Landisville.
The sixth-seeded Mustangs (15-6) advance to the district final for the first time. They will face top-seeded Manheim Township, an 11-10 win over Wilson in the other semifinal, on Wednesday at Central Dauphin Middle School in Harrisburg at 5 p.m.
The Black Knights (17-2) will host the Bulldogs in the third-place game Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
All four teams already have clinched berths in the PIAA playoffs.
Kelsea Dague scored with three seconds left in the first half to give Hempfield an 8-4 lead.
Dague, who has committed to play lacrosse at Eastern Michigan, picked up her second yellow card 28 seconds into the half half and was out for the rest of the game.
Mifflin took advantage.
Eliza Enriquez scored three straight goals to help the Mustangs tie it at 8-8. Her sixth goal gave Mifflin a 12-10 lead with 3:12 left.
Hempfield scored with 1:36 left to make it 12-11 and had another shot hit the post with about 30 seconds left.
Enriquez also had two assists. Mia Beilhart had three goals and three assists, Sophie Stanislawczyk had two goals and Brooke Mock had a goal for Mifflin. Riley Troilo made eight saves.
At Neffsville, the fourth-seeded Bulldogs (16-6) were outscored 4-3 in the second half against the Blue Streaks.
Kayla Wilkes led Wilson with four goals. Alexa Kairis had two goals and two assists, Ainsley McLain had two goals and an assist, and Mia Riccitelli had two goals for the Bulldogs.
Source: Berkshire mont