The high school football season officially is in the books, with only one of the four Midcoast gridiron squads qualifying for postseason play.

Belfast qualified for the Eastern Class C playoffs, while Camden Hills, which petitioned to drop from Eastern Class B to Eastern Class C this season, is ineligible for postseason play until the fall of 2015.

Oceanside also failed to qualify in Western Class B, while Mount View of Thorndike also came up short in Eastern Class D.

In Western Class B, Oceanside (2-6, 76.5625 points) finished 10th, while Kennebunk (8-0, 154.6875 points) finished first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualified for the playoffs, thus, the Mariners failed to advance.

In Eastern Class C, Belfast (5-3, 106.2500 points) finished fifth, while Camden Hills (1-7, 64.0625 points) finished ninth. Winslow (7-1, 132.8125 points) finished first in the 10-team region. The top six teams qualified for the playoffs, thus, the Lions will advance.

The No. 5 Lions will travel to face No. 4 Foxcroft Academy of Dover-Foxcroft (5-3, 114.0625 points) in the first round of the playoffs on Friday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m.

Belfast lost to Foxcroft Academy 28-27 on Sept. 20 at Dover-Foxcroft in the teams' only regular-season meeting.

In Eastern Class D, Mount View (3-5, 82.8125 points) finished seventh, while Bucksport (8-0, 145.3125 points) finished first in the 10-team region. The top six teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Mustangs failed to advance.