Mountain United FC earned a spot in the final of six provincial Premier Cup soccer finals.
The Burnaby and North Shore region soccer club won six of the 11 semifinal games it contested at B.C. Soccer's youth provincial playdowns last weekend.
Mountain advanced to the finals in both the under-18 boys' and girls' divisions, knocking off a familiar foe - Coquitlam Metro-Ford - by a similar 1-0 scoreline.
The Mountain '96 boys will face Coquitlam '95, which blanked Mountain '95 4-0 in the other semi, in the title game this weekend.
The Mountain girls will take on provincial tournament host Coastal FC in the other u-18 final.
Mountain also made it to both finals at the u-15 level.
The third-seeded boys upset Coastal 1-0 and will meet league champion Metro Ford in the final.
The top-ranked Mountain girls downed Metro-Ford 4-0 and will now face league runner-up Surrey United in that final.
In u-14, third-place Mountain defeated second-seeded Coquitlam 3-1 to advance to the boys' final against No. 1 Surrey United.
The u-14 girls lost 2-0 to Surrey United in their semifinal.
Mountain's u-13 girls edged Surrey United 1-0, while the u-13 boys were nipped 1-0 by Magnuson Ford Mariners.
The Mountain girls will take on top seed Coastal FC in the u-13 final.
The u-16 Mountain boys' and girls' teams both lost in the semifinals.
The boys were edged 3-2 by Surrey United, while the girls also lost a single goal 2-1 to Coquitlam Metro-Ford.
The single-knockout finals will be held this Saturday and Sunday at the South Surrey Athletic Park.
Final dates and times have not been posted. Check out http: //www.bcsoccer.net/youthprovincial-cup for an updated schedule.
The u-14, -16 and -18 boys and girls champions will qualify for the national club championships.
Eleven of 13 Mountain United FC's under18 girls' soccer team commited to athletic scholarships with Canadian universities.
Four of the Mountain players - Andrea Di Lorenzo, Sophie D'Souza, Kate Pearsall and Teagan Sorokan - will be attending Simon Fraser University this fall.