Five Hermon High School Hawks scored at least eight points and the second seeds pulled away in the second half for a 58-30 victory over No. 10 Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield on Friday night in their Class B North girls quarterfinal at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Hermon, 17-2, will now take on No. 3 Mount Desert Island, which is 16-4 after a 46-28 victory over Ellsworth in their quarterfinal earlier on Friday.

They will square off in the rubber match on Wednesday at 2 p.m. as they split regular season games with each winning at home.

Tenth seed MCI wound up 11-9.

Elizabeth Wyman paced Hermon with 14 points and Maddie Lebel chipped in with 10. Meg Tracy and Faith Coombs scored nine apiece and Charlotte Caron contributed eight.

Sydney Gallop and Allie Cameron added four apiece.

Danielle Dow and Anna Despelova led the Huskies with seven points apiece and Skyla Dean and Ella Bernier each produced four points.

Hermon spotted the Huskies the game’s first five points before outscoring MCI 10-2 the rest of the quarter to take a 10-7 lead.

The Hawks used a 21-10 second quarter to swell the lead to 31-17 at the half.

Wyman had 12 of her points in the first half.

Hermon put the game away by outscoring MCI 19-3 in the third period.

“It took a little while for us to get going but we settled in. We played real good half-court man-to-man defense in the second half,” said Hermon coach Chris Cameron, whose team is the defending Class B North champion from two years ago.

There wasn’t a tournament last year due to COVID-19.

He added that his team did a nice job moving the ball around on offense.

Correction: A previous version of this story misstated the time of Wednesday’s semifinal.