After a brief but thrilling spring season of court action, four Midcoast high school tennis squads have realized their preseason dreams of qualifying for the regional playoffs.

The Camden Hills and Belfast boys and girls teams are playoff-bound, while two other local squads — the Rockland girls and Georges Valley boys — made a strong push but came up short of making the postseason party.

The following are the final Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for local high school tennis squads, including their regional playoff schedule:

Boys

In Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (10-2, 99.6528 Heal Points) finished third, Belfast (7-5, 46.1806 points) eighth, Rockland (2-10, 4.8611 points)11th and Medomak Valley (1-11, 2.4306 points) 14th (last). Ellsworth (11-1, 131.2500 points) finished first in the 14-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs, which begin Tuesday, June 1 with prelim matches and Thursday, June 3 with quarterfinal matches.

No. 3 Camden Hills will host No. 6 Caribou (7-5, 72.2222 points) in a quarterfinal playoff match either Wednesday, June 2 or Thursday, June 3, depending on the availability of courts given the Windjammer girls also will host a playoff match on one of those days. Camden Hills does not play Caribou during the regular season.

No. 8 Belfast will play at No. 1 Ellsworth, probably on Thursday, June 3 in a quarterfinal match. The Lions and Eagles do not play during the regular season.

In Western Class C, Georges Valley (3-9, 14.5833 points) finished eighth, while Waynflete of Portland (12-0, 166.1111 points) finished first in the 13-team region. The top seven teams qualify for the playoffs. Thus, the Buccaneers missed the postseason by one spot. Dirigo of Dixfield (6-6, 41.5972 points) grabbed the final playoff position in the region.

Girls

In Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (12-0, 156.3889 points) finished first, Belfast (9-3, 77.0139 points) sixth, Rockland (4-8, 20.2778) 11th and Medomak Valley (1-11, 0.833 points)14th (last). The Windjammers, fresh off a 3-2 win over Oak Hill of Sabattus in the league championship match Thursday, outdistanced second-place Mount Desert Island (11-1, 146.1806 points) by 10.2083 points for the top spot in the region.

The Windjammers will host No. 8 Presque Isle (9-3, 69.7222 points), probably on Thursday, June 3 in a quarterfinal playoff match, although that may change because the Camden Hills boys also will host a playoff match at some point next week.

No. 6 Belfast will play at No. 3 Caribou (12-0, 145.0694 points) on Thursday, June 3 in a quarterfinal match. The Lions and Caribou do not play during the regular season.

In Western Class C, Georges Valley (0-12, no points) finished 15th (last), while St. Dominic of Lewiston (12-0, 133.6111 points) finished first. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Village NetMedia Regional Editor/Sports Director Ken Waltz can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail at kwaltz@villagesoup.com.