Winning never gets old for Margaret Veazie.

The Dexter High School field hockey coach, in her third different stint at the helm, will be seeking her eighth regional championship when her top-seeded 14-2 Tigers face 12-4 Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield, the second seed, in Tuesday’s Class C North championship at Thomas College in Waterville. Game time is 3:30 p.m.

That will be the first of three regional finals.

The other North finals will be No. 1 Gardiner (14-2) vs. No. 2 Winslow (12-3-1) in Class B at 5:30 p.m. and No. 1 Messalonskee of Oakland (16-0) vs. No. 2 Skowhegan (14-2) in Class A at 7:30 p.m.

The North finals will feature three of the four Miss Maine Field Hockey finalists in Messalonskee’s Emily Hogan and Riley Field and Winslow goalie Delaney Wood.

South regional champs will also be decided at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland Tuesday.

Third seed Oak Hill of Wales (11-5) will meet No. 8 Lisbon (7-9) in Class C at 3:30 p.m.; No. 1 York (16-0) plays No. 6 Leavitt of Turner (11-5) in Class B at 5:30 p.m. and No. 1 Cheverus of Portland (14-2) will collide with No. 3 Thornton Academy of Saco (14-2) at 7:30 p.m.

Regional champs will advance to the state finals Saturday at the University of Maine in Orono.

Dexter which hasn’t won a regional title since 2009, will be taking on an MCI team that has never won a regional crown.

Veazie said this has been a “special” season for her because one of her assistant coaches is her daughter, Kristy (Veazie) Staples, whom she credits with doing an exceptional job with the defense.

Dexter has posted six straight shutouts despite having just two returning defensive starters in seniors Emily Watson and Christie Nicholas.

“We finally have an older team and I’m hoping that experience and our physical strength will help us against MCI,” Veazie said.

Seniors Katie Batron and Kolby Kain are 20-goal scorers and speedy wing Abby Webber has been an outstanding playmaker.

The quick and highly-skilled Huskies of coach Nancy Hughes feature sophomore forward Addi Williams, who has scored five of their seven playoff goals, along with senior midfielder Emily McAlpine and defender Taylor Hall.

In the Class A final, Skowhegan Maine Sports Hall-of-Fame coach Paula Doughty will take on a Messalonskee team under coach Katie McLaughlin that has won the last four regular season meetings. Doughty’s teams have won 14 straight regional titles and 12 state “A” crowns during that time.

Coach Mary Beth Bourgoin and her Winslow Black Raiders won the Class C state title last year while Gardiner, under Sharon Gallant, is the defending regional “B” champ.

Winslow won in the regular season 1-0.