Their two regular season hockey games produced two overtimes and a total of four goals.

The fourth-seeded Bangor High School Rams and top-seeded Lewiston High School Blue Devils split their two overtime games, Lewiston winning 2-1 and Bangor notching a 1-0 triumph, and game three will take place in the Class A North semifinals at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Colisee in Lewiston.

Bangor, 10-7-2, is coming off a 6-0 win over fifth seed Westbrook-Windham in the quarterfinals on Tuesday, and the 14-2-2 Blue Devils received a bye.

In the other semifinal, Auburn neighbors Edward Little (11-8), the third seed, and second seed St. Dominic (10-7-1) will square off at 8:30 p.m. They split their regular season games.

The Class B North semifinals also will be held on Saturday at Sukee Arena in Winslow with defending two-time state champ Messalonskee of Oakland, 12-5-2 and the third seed, meeting No. 2 Camden Hills (16-3) at 5 p.m. followed by the matchup between top seed Waterville (16-1-1) and archrival Winslow, 13-4-2 and the fourth seed.

Camden Hills won the only regular season game with Messalonskee, 5-4, and Waterville had a 6-2 win and 4-4 tie with Winslow.

Bangor junior goalie Derek Fournier was the primary reason Bangor held a Lewiston team that averaged 5.9 goals per game to two goals in two games. He made 86 saves as his Rams got outshot 88-30.

“A goalie can take you a long way in the playoffs. [Fournier] is as good as they come,” said Lewiston coach Jamie Belleau. “I just told the boys to keep playing the way they’ve been playing all year. They’re excited to play Bangor.”

“I’d like to see us generate 10 to 12 more shots and limit Lewiston’s total by five or 10,” said Bangor coach Quinn Paradis. “We’re the underdogs. We have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Their forwards are very good, so we’re going to have to break the puck out of our own zone quicker.”

Trevor DeLaite and defenseman Ben Crichton have been Bangor’s leading scorers, and Jeromey Rancourt and Kyle Morin have paced Lewiston. DeLaite and Morin are semifinalists for the Travis Roy Award, which goes to the state’s top Class A senior.