Eastern Maine Championships were handed out Tuesday in high school field hockey with Skowhegan, Nokomis and Foxcroft Academy coming away with hardware.In class A the Skowhegan Indians beat Messalonskee to win their 13th straight regional championship. The Indians will play Scarborough on Saturday as they go for their 4th straight state title. They have already won 12 of the last 13 state championships.

The class B title goes to Nokomis thanks to a second half goal by Drew Graves that gave the Warriors a 1-0 win over Old Town. Nokomis plays York in Saturday's state title game, a re-match of the 2010 game that Nokomis lost 1-0.

For the second time in four years Foxcroft Academy took the class C title beating Winslow 1-0. Madison Fadley scored the lone goal of the game to help the Ponies improve their record to 16-0-1. Foxcroft will try to avenge their state championship loss from 2010 when they play Western Maine champ North Yarmouth Academy on Saturday.

All state championship games will be played at Yarmouth High School.