Emotions will be running high for Aurelio, a Winfield alumnus.
"Winfield is an excellent team," Aurelio said. "They have always been a competitive team. I think if we go in ready to go, and everybody is on their a game, we will give them some competition.
"We stayed strong against them last time. We played them extremely competitive. No matter what happens on Thursday, these girls have played hard all year long."
The future looks bright for St. Albans, too, with a roster full enough for several squads.
"We have a deep bench," Aurelio said. "We have 29 girls on the team and every single on of them are great supporters of each other and positive. The majority of our team is freshman.
"We have a lot of starters that are freshman. All of them are making progress. It's a different caliber when you get to high school ball. They are adapting to it. St. Albans is going to be someone to look at."
The Red Dragons got plenty of balance against Point Pleasant, scoring five goals from five different scorers.
Madison Cogar scored the first one with 13:23 left in the first half, followed by Audrey Goode and Marshall, giving St. Albans a commanding 3-0 lead at the half.
The Red Dragons tacked on two more goals in the second half, giving them their comfortable 5-0 win. Alli Johnson and Hannah Myers tallied the scores.
"That's really great," Aurelia said of the balance. "It shows we have been doing what we have been practicing and working on. We are using a variety of different people and using their skills."
St. Albans has been scoring goals a lot more of late, tallying at least three goals in their past four games. The Red Dragons were shut out or scored just one goal in eight of their 19 regular-season contests.
"We made some changes and started working on various things," Aurelio said. "We were a little hesitant and challenged toward the beginning of the season, but that has changed. We have started putting them in the back of the net."