The Richford girls basketball team and BFA-St. Albans girls hockey teams continue their playoff pushes Saturday.
The ninth-seeded Rockets (10-11), who won their first playoff game since 2006 this week, travel to Hardwick to take on top-seeded Hazen (18-3) at 2 p.m.
Richford lost the lone regular season meeting, in Hardwick, 34-28.
Gabby Coons led the Rockets with 10 points in their 27-25 win over No. 8 Leland & Gray.
This is the third all-time playoff meeting between the schools.
In 1994, Hazen won 49-47 in the quarterfinals and in 1996, Richford won 58-33 in a playdown.
Richford is looking for its first trip to the Final Four since 1995 and its' 12th in school history. Richford last won a state title in 1992. The Rockets have three Division III titles and are 0-2 in Division IV title games.
Hazen is looking for its' first trip to the semifinals since 2002 and its first title since 1976. The Wildcats are 0-3 in Division III state tournament finals and 2-2 in Division II finals, all back in the 70s.
Hazen has an all-time playoff record of 32-30 and Richford is 37-37.
The top-seeded 16-3-2 BFA-St. Albans girls hockey team will host South Burlington-MMU at 7 p.m. at the CPSC rink.
BFA 9-2 in semifinals and 8-1 in title games.
The teams tied 1-1 in their first meeting and BFA won the rematch at home, 5-0.