The regular season has swung to a close for Midcoast high school tennis teams as a select few turn the page to prepare for what they hope will be deep runs in the regional tournaments.

Four of the eight squads will do just that, while the other four have put away their rackets for the spring.

On the boys side, Camden Hills, Belfast and Medomak Valley qualified for the playoffs, while Oceanside came up short. The Windjammers and Lions swung to undefeated regular seasons, with Belfast’s unbeaten campaign being the first in school history.

On the girls side, Medomak Valley was the lone team to nab a playoff berth, while Camden Hills, Oceanside and Belfast failed to qualify.

The following is a breakdown of final standings and Maine Principals' Association Heal Points, with playoff matches (dates and times included where available):

Boys

In Class A North, Camden Hills (12-0, 184-0278 points) finished first in the 12-team region. The top seven teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Windjammers are playoff-bound.

By virtue of its top overall seed, the Windjammers have earned a bye in the quarterfinal round. They will face, in the semifinals, the winner of the quarterfinal match between No. 4 Mount Blue of Farmington (8-4) and No. 5 Brunswick (8-4).

The Windjammers defeated the Cougars twice this season — 5-0 on April 29 at Rockport and 4-1 on May 15 at Farmington — and the Dragons once, a 5-0 win at Rockport on April 26.

In a tuneup of sorts, the Windjammers will host Lewiston on Tuesday, May 28 at 4 p.m. in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A championship match.

In Class B North, Belfast (12-0, 150.4167 points) finished second, Medomak Valley (8-4, 79.1667 points) eighth and Oceanside (1-11, 10.5556 points) 16th. Caribou (12-0, 150.8333 points) finished first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Lions and Panthers are playoff-bound, while the Mariners failed to qualify.

In the quarterfinals, No. 2 Belfast will host the winner of the prelim playoff match between No. 7 Old Town (6-6) and No. 10 Ellsworth (5-7), time and date to be determined. The Lions did not play the Coyotes or Eagles during the regular season.

In a prelim playoff match, No. 8 Medomak Valley will host No. 9 Erskine Academy of South China (8-4) on Tuesday, May 28 at 4 p.m. The Panthers defeated the Eagles in their lone regular-season match 4-1 on April 11 at South China.

The winner will advance to the quarterfinals and travel to face top-ranked Caribou. The Vikings are the defending state Class B champions and did not face the Panthers during the regular season.

Girls

In Class A North, Camden Hills (3-9, 18.8889 points) finished ninth, while Lewiston (12-0, 207.5000 points) finished first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Windjammers failed to qualify.

In Class B North, Medomak Valley (7-5, 38.7500 points) finished 10th, Belfast (3-9, 8.7500 points) 14th and Oceanside (1-11, 0.8333 points) 15th. Caribou (12-0, 140.2778 points) finished first in the 17-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Panthers are playoff-bound, while the Lions and Mariners failed to qualify.

In a prelim playoff, No. 10 Medomak Valley will play at No. 7 Washington Academy of East Machias (6-6) on Tuesday, May 28 at 3 p.m. The Panthers and Raiders did not face each other during the regular season.

The winner will advance to the quarterfinals and play at No. 2 Ellsworth (10-2). The Panthers did not face the Eagles during the regular season.

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