Timberline vs. Rocky Mtn., 5 p.m.
Timberline (12-2-2) is the defending district champion, but entered this years tournament as the No. 5 seed.
Rocky Mountain (14-1-2) has never won a district title and missed out on state last year after winning it all in 2011.
Both teams have already wrapped up state berths with their semifinal wins Monday, but Wednesdays game will determine seeding.
Since the mid-1990s, coaches say no 5A District Three girls champion has gone on to win a state title in the same season.
That fact doesnt seem to bother either of this years coaches.
It would be nice to win the district championship, theres no doubt about it, Rocky Mountain coach Donal Kaehler said.
Said Timberline coach Ross Schultz, I dont ever go into any game not wanting to win it, and thats not the way I am going to coach. I dont believe in any of that stuff.
Rocky Mountain and Timberline have met once this season, playing to a 2-2 tie Sept. 17.
Centennial vs. Boise, 7 p.m.
Centennial hasnt had the best of luck in its past two games against defending district champion Boise.
The Patriots lost 2-0 to the Braves in the first round of the 2012 state tournament, and Boise went on to finish second while Centennial claimed the consolation championship.
In their lone regular-season meeting Sept. 16, Boise won 3-1. Centennial (15-1-0) ended up with the districts No. 1 seed, however, after the Braves (14-1-2) lost to Mountain View and tied Capital and Eagle.
Centennial coach Brian Gillenwater, whose team accumulated 68 goals during the regular season, hopes the third time is the charm.
We know its going to be a tough match, Gillenwater said. It always is between both of these teams.
Boise, which has 16 seniors on its roster, finished the regular season with 73 goals and only eight against. Coach Mike Darrow, who is in his 13th season, believes the recent adversity refocused his team.