The South Wolverines girls soccer team snapped Dimond's unbeaten streak Friday night to earn a spot in the Division I state championship match.
South shut out Dimond 2-0 in a semifinal match at Service High to hand the Lynx their first defeat in three years.
Dimond brought a 56-game unbeaten streak into the match. The Lynx had gone 53-0-3 since their last loss, which came against South in the first round of the 2015 state tournament.
South will face Wasilla in Saturday's 5 p.m. championship game at Service.
Wasilla beat West 4-3 on penalty kicks at the end of a scoreless game.
The Warriors will be making their first appearance in a state soccer championship. South has been in five of the last seven titles games and has won four of them (2015, 2014, 2012, 2011).
In Friday's other Division I girls game, West Valley shut out Service 2-0 to claim fourth place.
In Division II action, Grace Christian edged Soldotna 3-2 and Juneau pummeled Palmer 7-0 to advance to Saturday's title match. Kenai defeated North Pole 2-0 in the fourth-place game.
ASAA/First National Bank state soccer championships
South 2, Dimond 0, semifinal
Wasilla 4, West 3 (penalty kicks), semifinal
West Valley 2, Service 0, 4th place
11 a.m. – Dimond vs. West, 3rd place (Eagle River)
5 p.m. – South vs. Wasilla, championship (Service)
Juneau 7, Palmer 0, semifinal
Grace Christian 3, Soldotna 2, semifinal
Kenai 2, North Pole 0, 4th place
9 a.m. – Palmer vs. Soldotna, 3rd place (Service)
11 a.m. – Juneau vs. Grace Christian, championship (Service)