With the regular season in the rear view mirror for Midcoast high school boys and girls soccer squads, the postseason is upon us as local teams from Classes B-D will battle on the pitch in the coming days in hopes of realizing their regional and state championship aspirations.

The final Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for the sport have been released, which shows six teams from the Midcoast are on their way to the postseason. Several other local squads came close, but fell a few points shy of qualifying for the playoffs.

In Eastern Class B boys soccer, Camden Hills and Mount View of Thorndike both are on their way to the postseason with the Windjammers (13-0-1, 135.2679 points) securing the No. 2 seed and the Mustangs (7-5-2, 75.8929 points) locking up the No. 6 seed. Belfast (7-6-1, 52.6786 points) finished 10th, Medomak Valley (3-9-2, 27.6786 points) 12th and Rockland (1-13, 5.3571 points) 16th in the 18-team region finishing outside of the nine-team playoff field.

The second-seeded Windjammers will host No. 7 John Bapst of Bangor (6-6-2, 58.1633 points) on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 3 p.m. in the first round of the Eastern Class B playoffs, while No. 6 Mount View will travel to No. 3 Presque Isle (12-1-1, 126.4031 points), also Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 4 p.m. for a quarterfinal game.

The Windjammers do not play the Crusaders, nor do the Mustangs play the Wildcats, during the regular season. Mount View did face Presque Isle in last year’s Eastern Class B semifinal, falling 3-2 in overtime.

Also in Eastern Class B girls soccer, Camden Hills (12-2, 131.9643 points) also locked up the No. 2 seed and is the lone team in the region to qualify for postseason play. Medomak Valley (8-5-1, 69.0179 points) finished 10th, Belfast (6-8, 29.1071 points) 14th, Rockland (1-11-2, 5.6250 points) 17th and Mount View (0-14, no points) 18th in the 18-team region, outside of the nine-team playoff field.

The No. 2 Windjammers will host No. 7 John Bapst (8-4-2, 95.9821 points) on Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 3 p.m. in the first round of the Eastern Class B playoffs. The Windjammers and Crusaders do not face each other during the regular season.

In Western Class C girls soccer, Georges Valley (12-1-1, 106.8240 points) secured the No. 3 seed in the regional playoffs and will face No. 6 Waynflete of Portland (6-6-1, 56.4138 points) on Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 2:30 p.m. in the regional quarterfinals. The game will be a rematch of last year’s regional final, which saw the Buccaneers defeat the Flyers 2-1 to advance to the state Class C championship. The Bucs and Flyers do not face each other during the regular season.

Also in Western Class C boys soccer, Georges Valley (6-8, 45.9184 points) finished 11th and failed to qualify for the postseason.

In Eastern Class C, the Searsport boys (1-13, 0.7143 points) finished 18th of 18 teams in the region, while the Searsport girls 2-10-2, 22.9396 points) finished 14th of 18 teams in the region. Both Viking teams failed to qualify for postseason play.

In Western Class D boys soccer, Islesboro (9-4-1, 52.5553 points) finished third in the regional playoffs and will travel to No. 2 Richmond (9-3-2, 69.6046 points) on Friday, Oct. 29. at 3 p.m. for a semifinal playoff game. The Eagles and Bobcats do not play each other during the regular season. Vinalhaven (6-5-1, 44.5858 points) finished sixth in Western Class D, outside the five-team playoff field.

Also in Western Class D girls soccer, Vinalhaven (5-6-1, 29.1288 points) finished with the No. 4 seed and will face top-ranked Richmond (13-1, 118.2924 points) on Friday, Oct. 29 at noon in a semifinal game. The Vikings and Bobcats played twice during the regular season, with the Vikings falling 5-0 Sept. 14 at Richmond and 3-0 Oct. 5 at Vinalhaven.

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