Outlook: The Mustangs, who most recently appeared in the title game in 2015, are poised to bring home the program’s first state championship with an inexperienced group that has been prepped by one of the area’s most demanding schedules. All-Metro goalkeeper Ryan Miller keeps things tidy in back with Conner Appleby and Ryan Belfiore leading a versatile attack. On the way to winning the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division and North region, the Mustangs earned a 2-2 tie at No. 5 Archbishop Curley, which was ranked No. 1 at the time, and then had a lead against No. 1 McDonogh before falling, 2-1. The Hornets, from St. Mary’s County, are making their first title-game appearance — they reached the state semifinals in 1973 — and are coming off an impressive 3-1 win over Howard County power Centennial in the semifinals. Junior Michael Salguero provided the game-winner Saturday as the Hornets scored two unanswered second-half goals to advance.