The Belfast and Camden Hills high school football teams have been heading in different directions all year, particularly in the second half of the regular season.

That trend continued on Friday night, Oct. 25 as the host Lions earned a 39-6 win over the Windjammers in the regular-season finale for both squads.

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The Lions ended the regular campaign on a four-game win streak and outscored opponents 151-20 during that span. The Windjammers (1-7) lost their final five games of the season.

Belfast is ranked fifth in the upcoming Eastern Class C playoffs and will travel to face No. 4 Foxcroft Academy (5-3) on Friday, Nov. 1 at Oakes Field in Dover-Foxcroft in a quarterfinal game. The Lions lost to the Ponies 28-27 Sept. 20 in a regular-season affair.

Camden Hills was ineligible for postseason play this year, after petitioning down to play in Eastern Class C.

On Friday, Mike McFadden rushed for 174 yards on 12 carries for the Lions and added two touchdowns, while Andrew Goguen had 50 yards rushing to do with three touchdowns and a two-point conversion. Baxter Smith also found the end zone for Belfast.

Nick Rozsahegyi was 9-of-15 at quarterback for Camden Hills for 117 yards and one touchdown, while Connor Graffam was 1-of-6 with three interceptions.

Jacob Chamberlain had five catches for 36 yards and a touchdown for the Windjammers, while Graffam hauled in four catches for 42 yards and Nate Pascal had a 46-yard catch.

Leading Camden Hills' ground attack were Graffam (9 rushes for 50 yards), Nate Raye (4 rushes for 23 yards) and Wyatt Parra (4 rushes for 13 yards).

Leading the 'Jammer defense were Brian Jones (4 solo tackles, 3 assisted tackles), Taylor Crosby (2 solos, assist), Rozsahegyi (2 solos, assist), Elvis Bowen (5 solos, assist), Pascal (2 solos, 3 assists), Graffam (2 solos, assist), Wyatt Summers (3 solos, assist), Brandon Debrosky (assist), Raye (2 solos), Chamberlain (3 solos, assist), Colt Muir (3 solos, 3 assists), Kaylo Littlejohn (2 solos, 3 assists), Alex Switzer (3 solos, 2 assists), Noah Botley (solo, assist), Larry Toler (2 solos, assist) and Cameron Lafleche (solo).

Belfast got on the board midway though the first quarter after a Camden Hills punt. McFadden broke off a 27-yard run to give the Lions first-and-goal at the nine-yard line. Goguen then scored to put the host up 6-0.

The Windjammers turned the ball over on their next possession when Graffam, who played quarterback for much of the first quarter, fumbled the ball to the Lions. Six plays later, thanks largely to a long run by Lion Greg Clark, Goguen scampered in from six yards for the touchdown.

After Ashley Littlefield's extra point, Belfast led 13-0 with 12.9 seconds left in the first quarter.

Camden Hills proved resilient in the second quarter and put together a long drive, thanks to a long completion to Graffam and another on a key fourth-and-8 to Graffam, who stretched to narrowly get the 'Jammers a first down to extend the drive.

Rozsahegyi then threw a play-action touchdown pass to Chamberlain with 7:01 remaining to cut Camden Hills' deficit to 13-6.

Belfast quickly responded on its next drive as Camden Hills attempted an onside kick, which the Lions recovered, to give the hosts a short field to work with.

Two plays later, McFadden broke free and ran up the left sideline for a 54-yard touchdown with 6:08 left in the half.

Littlefield's kick made it 20-6, which was the halftime score. Belfast then scored 19 unanswered second-half points to pull away.

As the Lions look forward to the playoffs, Belfast coach Chris Bartlett said his team is “excited to get a chance to play Foxcroft [Academy] again.”

“I think the kids feel like there is some unfinished business with Foxcroft and are excited for this opportunity,” Bartlett said. “We have a lot of respect for [them], Dan White their coach and I have coached the last two Lobster Bowls together and have a good friendship. Both teams have a lot of respect for one another and it's going to be a fun game to play, coach and watch.”