The Camden Hills and Belfast football teams ended the regular season against one another last year as each squad went on to qualify for the Pine Tree Conference Class B playoffs.

While the two teams again squared off to end the 2011 campaign Friday night, this season’s Windjammers and Lions were different from the 2010 versions.

Belfast (3-5) picked up a 19-0 win over the visiting Windjammers (0-8) and won their second straight game to end the campaign, but neither team qualified for the postseason, which will begin this coming weekend. The Lions and Windjammers have relatively young squads.

The Lions picked up a 40-24 road win Oct. 14 prior to their victory over the Windjammers Friday to finish on a positive note.

The Windjammers, which graduated many talented players from last year’s postseason team, including Collin Downs and Jacob Powers, struggled with a much younger squad and went winless this fall.

On Friday, Belfast’s Jake Campbell took care of some of the offensive workload for the hosts, racking up 83 yards on 13 carries, along with touchdown jaunts of 10 and 47 yards, respectively. Campbell also hauled in three catches for 38 yards. Mike McFadden hauled in a 19-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Zach Collier for the Lions, while Collier finished 6-of-15 under center for 98 yards for the hosts.

Greg Clark amassed 90 yards for Belfast, 49 of which came on the ground, and converted a PAT.

For Camden Hills, Alex Crans (45 yards on 10 carries), Caleb McFarland (8 yards on 7 carries) and Isaac Young (35 yards on 6 carries) led the way on the ground. Crans, the team’s signal-caller, did not complete a pass.

Leading the Camden Hills defense were Caleb Pease (10 solo tackles, assisted tackle), Ryan Graffam (4 solos, 2 assists), James Gushee (4 solos, 2 assists), Crans (2 solos), McFarland (solo), Coleman Powers (6 solos, assist), Brandon Graffam (7 solos, assist, 2 quarterback sacks), Alex Bryant (4 solos, assist), Chris Weiss (2 solos, assist), Colt Muir (solo), John White (3 solos, assist), Rhett Chase (6 solos, assist), Bryan Clement (assist) and Ian Nason (solo).

Belfast outgained Camden Hills 317-62 in total yardage.

Belfast took a 6-0 lead with 2:25 remaining in the first quarter when Collier found McFadden for a 19-yard TD strike, which would be the only score of the first half for either squad. McFadden then rushed for a 10-yard touchdown with 8:15 left in the third quarter and added a 47-yard scamper with 1:57 remaining in the game.

Last year, Camden Hills picked up a 15-14 win over host Belfast in the final game of the regular season, only to have the Lions knock the Windjammers from the playoffs with a 50-0 romp in Rockport the following week.

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