BANGOR, Maine — En route to four consecutive Eastern Maine Class A championships, the Bangor High School girls soccer team has always had a potent, two-pronged attack.

There was Ashley Robinson and Grace MacLean, then there was Ashley Robinson and Alli Boulier, and now, for the second straight year, it is Boulier and Mary Butler.

They have combined for 35 of Bangor’s 48 goals after Tuesday’s 3-1 win at Messalonskee of Oakland. The 10-0-2 Rams are sitting atop the Eastern Maine Heal Point standings.

Butler has 19 goals and five assists, while Boulier has 16 goals and nine assists. The seniors provide a contrast in styles.

Butler, who was a midfielder during her first two seasons, is a dominant presence in the box. She is 6 feet tall but catches defenders by surprise with her exceptional speed.

The 5-foot-4 Boulier is crafty with the ball and has a potent left foot. She is dangerous from 30 yards in with her powerful shot.

“Mary is an incredible athlete, she’s fast,” said Brewer High coach David Hamel. “Alli has been around soccer all the time and is like having another coach on the field. Her left foot is deadly. And her corner kicks are tough to defend. She can drive it in low and hard to the near post or, if you put somebody on the near post, she’ll loft it to the far post.”

Bangor coach Joe Johnson said Butler “can beat you with her speed. She has great control on the ball, and she is very strong.

“Alli is explosive enough to get by people. Her first two steps have gotten a lot quicker. And she can shoot with either foot,” Johnson added.

Johnson said as they have become more familiar with each other, they have become more effective.

“They play off each other now. They look to make diagonal runs and look to pass to each other as quickly as they can. They play to each other’s strengths,” said Johnson.

“We work really well together,” said Boulier. “We balance each other. We’ve gotten used to each other. Mary is very fast and very athletic. She looks to make runs off me, and I look to dish the ball to her because I know she’ll run on to it.”

“As the season has gone on, we’ve linked up a lot more,” said Butler. “We have really progressed. We’ve learned the ropes together, and it has been awesome. Alli has a real good skill set. She does a lot of great things on and off the ball.”

Butler said Boulier has been extremely helpful in teaching her the responsibilities of a striker after she moved up from the midfield.

Butler also credited Robinson, who is playing at the University of Maine, with “setting a good example of what it means to be a strong attacking player.”

Butler and Boulier have had to work hard for their goals as opposing teams always focus their defensive efforts on stopping them.

“We see what the other team is doing defensively, and we read it. We play off each other,” said Butler.

“Being marked makes you work harder,” said Boulier. “Sometimes it’s nice when you get marked because it becomes a little challenge. You’ve got to figure out what their weakness is and how to beat them.”

They also credited their teammates for setting them up and helping them put up their impressive numbers.

“It’s cool to see how everything flows together as a team,” said Butler. “We’ve had a great season. Everybody has been working really hard to contribute, and we have a great team atmosphere.”

Butler and Boulier have been pleased with their seasons to date and would love nothing better than to cap it off with the team’s second Class A state championship. They won their first one as freshmen in 2011.

“It would be awesome to win another state championship with Mary and the other girls that we have played soccer and basketball with since we were 5 years old,” Beaulieu said.

For Butler, this season will mark the end of her soccer career. She will attend Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, where she will play basketball.

“I definitely want to make the most of this season,” said Butler. “It’s exciting to end my soccer career with this group of girls.”

Boulier, who plays soccer year-round, would like to continue her soccer career in college.

At the top of her list is Bangor’s Husson University where her sister, Erin, is a starting junior defender.

“I’m not ready to stop playing after this year,” said Boulier.