The Class 2A boys soccer final is all set after Bishop Machebeuf and Crested Butte advanced from Saturday’s semifinals. The 5A, 4A and 3A championship games will be decided by Wednesday night.

The 5A semifinals are Tuesday at the University of Denver, with No. 9 Regis Jesuit facing No. 4 Denver East at 5 p.m., and No. 14 Cherokee Trail against No. 7 Broomfield at 7:30 p.m.

The 4A and 3A semifinals are Wednesday. The 4A games will be played at Jefferson County Trailblazer Stadium, with No. 2 Centaurus and No. 3 Battle Mountain going at 5 p.m., and No. 1 Northfield and No. 12 Regis Groff following at 7:30 p.m. The 3A slate is at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, led by No. 1 Colorado Academy and No. 4 Forge Christian at 5 p.m., and No. 6 Rifle and No. 15 Coal Ridge at 7:30 p.m.

Here’s what the state’s preps soccer scene looks like ahead of it.

Class 5A

No. 4 Denver East (14-4) vs. No. 9 Regis Jesuit (13-2-3): The Raiders allowed no goals against either No. 24 Horizon and No. 8 Cherry Creek before beating No. 16 Liberty 4-1 in the quarterfinals. Jack De Simone leads the team with 34 points (15 goals and four assists) this fall and has scored in each postseason game (four goals).

The Angels are two wins away from repeating. They haven’t allowed a goal this postseason, beating No. 29 Doherty, No. 13 Aurora Central and No. 5 Arapahoe. In fact, they’ve allowed just one goal over their last seven playoffs games dating back to last season.

No. 7 Broomfield (14-2-2) vs. No. 14 Cherokee Trail (12-3-3): The Eagles handed the Cougars their worst loss of the season on Sept. 12, beating them 4-1.

The Eagles were undefeated through September, then hit a tough stretch late in the regular season, falling to Fairview and Legacy in October. Marcus Von is one of the best players in the state. He has three goals this postseason and 18 goals and three assists this fall.

The Eagles are two wins away from pushing their state-leading title count in boys’ soccer to nine.

The Cougars have gotten goals from five different players this postseason, beating No. 19 Valor Christian, No. 3 Rampart and No. 11 Legend. Peter Eugenio and Gregory Hanson scored in their 2-0 quarterfinals win over Legend Saturday.

Class 4A

No. 1 Northfield (18-0) vs. No. 12 Regis Groff (13-2-3): The two-time defending champ Nighthawks have won 23 straight games dating back to last year. Ren Garfield has five goals this postseason and leads the team in points (19 goals, 15 assists) this fall. Quinn Tettero is just behind him with 18 goals and 14 helpers.

The Fusion are coming off upset wins over No. 5 Silver Creek and No. 4 Cheyenne Mountain. Gabriel Flores scored in the team’s 4-1 win over the Raptors and had the OT game-winner against the Red-Tailed Hawks Saturday.

No. 2 Centaurus (16-0-2) vs. No. 3 Battle Mountain (16-1-1): The Warriors scored twice in a span of 18 seconds late in the second half to beat No. 7 Steamboat Springs 2-1 on Saturday. Goalkeeper Garrett Pugh has made 14 saves so far this postseason.

The Huskies have beat their first three playoff opponents by multiple goals. Cooper Skidmore and Jakob Methvin each have three goals in this postseason. Methvin leads the team with 21 goals on the year.

Class 3A

No. 1 Colorado Academy (15-1-2) vs. No. 4 Forge Christian (12-3-2): The Mustangs outscored their first three postseason opponents 10-0. Reigning 3A player of the year Simeon Woldeyohannes and Mattias Pereira have each scored twice in the playoffs as CA looks to win state title No. 7.

The Fury, meanwhile, have three one-goal wins so far in the playoffs. Austin Farris, Noah Arter and Caleb Cassell each have scored in multiple postseason games. Braxton Gomez had the game-winner against No. 12 DSST: Conservatory Green in the quarterfinals.

No. 6 Rifle (16-2) vs. No. 15 Coal Ridge (11-4-3): The Bears shut out No. 3 Peak to Peak to advance. Eduardo Espino has four goals in these playoffs, including the lone goal in the win over the Pumas. Espino has 57 points this fall (24 goals, nine assists) and teammate Yahir Marquez has 49 (15, 19).

Zion Williams, Alexis Serna and Isaac Thompson each have scored twice in the postseason for the Titans. Williams scored the lone goal in the win over No. 7 Frontier Academy in the quarterfinals. Thompson leads the team with 10 goals and three assists this fall.

Class 2A

Bishop Machebeuf and Crested Butte advance: The No. 4 Buffaloes beat No. 8 Telluride 6-0, led by Karl Sri’s two goals and assist. They’re headed to their first championship game, per CHSAA’s history.

The No. 6 Titans beat Denver Christian 4-3 in a shootout after a scoreless regulation and two overtimes. They’ll look to win their fourth title since 2018 on Saturday at 9 a.m. at Weidner Field in Colorado Springs.