The Tigers (10-2-1) finished as regular season District 11-A/AA champions, district tournament runners-up, and the region appearance was their first since 2001-2002.
Coach Lisa Raffo's talented squad is still a young one with 8 juniors, 4 sophomores, and 3 freshmen returning next year.
The Tigers fell behind early at Fairview when Ben Mazere took a pass from Tyler Emler and booted the sphere into the Tiger net five minutes into the contest.
The Yellow Jackets (19-1) have now won ten in a row and sport an experienced squad of 11 seniors, displaying a potent offense to go along with a stout defense that has allowed nine goals all season and four of those came in their only loss of the year to Station Camp 4-0.
The Tigers had limited scoring opportunities in the first half with their best chances coming on a near miss from Ryan Longchamps and moments later when Jonathan Salinas' header attempt went just high over the crossbar.
Emler made it 2-0 Fairview when he broke free for a score after taking a pass from Paul Grayson.
MCHS's Ibarra came within a whisker of cutting the lead to just one goal midway through the half, but a great save by Fairview goalie David Higgins thwarted the attempt.
With just over six minutes left in the half, Ibarra rifled a shot that headed toward the net but began to spin right where a sliding Luke Worthy almost nicked it in.
The half was winding down when Emler made it 3-0, taking a pass from Caleb Cox for the score.
Marshall County did not give in, but goals by Fairview's Cox, Caleb Duke, and Wayne Jaworski accounted for the 6-0 shut-out.
Fairview moves on to the region final on Thursday, hosting District 11-A/AA champion Page (7-7-3), who defeated Columbia Academy 4-0 in the other region semifinal.