The regular season officially drew to a close for area high school tennis teams, as squads turn their attention to the playoffs.

With the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings finalized, for area boys, Camden Hills of Rockport finished 11-1 in Class A North, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro 10-2 in Class B South and Belfast 2-10 and Oceanside of Rockland 1-11 in Class B North.

Medomak Valley’s Adi Mellor. Photo by Ken Waltz

For girls, the Windjammers finished 9-3 in Class A North, Panthers 7-5 in Class B South and Lions and Mariners 2-10 and 0-12 in Class B North.

The postseason is set to begin in the coming days. The MPA, which governs member high school sports in the state, announced this is the final season for the open tournament playoff format, with the return of the standard two-thirds of teams from each sport in each season qualifying for the postseason beginning at the start of the 2022-23 school year.

The following is a breakdown of the final Heal Point Standings for Midcoast teams, including playoff matchups (dates and times will be included when they become available):

Boys

In Class A North, Camden Hills (11-1, 170.6943 points) finished first in the 10-team region.

In the quarterfinals, the No. 1 Windjammers will face the winner of the prelim between No. 8 Edward Little of Auburn (3-9) and No. 9 Brewer (3-9). The Windjammers did not face the Witches this season, but beat the Red Eddies 5-0 on May 16 in Auburn.

In Class B South, Medomak Valley (10-2, 126.1112 points) finished second, while Yarmouth (12-0, 179.3055 points) finished first in the 12-team region.

In the quarterfinals, the No. 2 Panthers will face the winner of the prelim between No. 7 Morse of Bath (5-7) and No. 10 York (2-10) on Thursday, June 2 at 4 p.m. The Panthers did not face the Wildcats this season, but beat the Shipbuilders 5-0 on May 11 in Waldoboro.

In Class B North, Belfast (2-10, 5.2778 points) finished ninth and Oceanside (1-11, 0.8333 points) 11th. John Bapst of Bangor (12-0, 175.5556 points) finished first in the 11-team region.

The No. 9 Lions will play at No. 8 Old Town (2-10) in a prelim on Tuesday, May 31 at 4 p.m. The winner will advance to the quarterfinals, where it will face the top-ranked Crusaders. The Lions did not face the Coyotes or Crusaders during the regular season.

The No. 11 Mariners will play at No. 6 Ellsworth (7-5) in a prelim on Tuesday, May 31 at 4 p.m. The winner will advance to the quarterfinals, where it play at No. 3 Presque Isle (10-2). The Mariners did not face the Eagles or Wildcats during the regular season.

Girls

In Class A North, Camden Hills (9-3, 103.6111 points) finished third, while Brunswick (11-1, 149.7222 points) finished first in the 12-team region.

In the quarterfinals, the No. 3 Windjammers will host the winner of the prelim between No. 6 Brewer (6-6) and No. 11 Skowhegan (1-11). The Windjammers did not face the Witches or the River Hawks during the regular season.

In Class B South, Medomak Valley (7-5, 26.6793 points) finished eighth, while Lincoln Academy of Newcastle (12-0, 172.3360 points) finished first in the 12-team region.

The No. 8 Panthers will host No. 9 York (4-8) in a prelim on Tuesday, May 31 at 4 p.m. The winner will advance to the quarterfinals to play at the top-seeded Eagles on Thursday, June 2 at 4 p.m. The Panthers lost twice to the Eagles this season — 5-0 on April 25 in Waldoboro and 4-1 on May 13 in Newcastle — and did not face the Wildcats.

In Class B North, Belfast (2-10, 1.6667 points) finished ninth and Oceanside (0-12, no points points) 11th, while Foxcroft Academy of Dover-Foxcroft (9-3, 127.9166 points) finished first in the 12-team region.

The No. 9 Lions will play at No. 8 Presque Isle (5-7) in a prelim on Tuesday, May 31 at 4 p.m. at the University of Maine at Presque Isle. The winner will advance to the quarterfinals, where it will face the top-seeded Ponies. The Lions did not face the Wildcats or Ponies during the regular season.

The No. 11 Mariners will play at No. 6 Waterville in a prelim on Tuesday, May 31 at 4 p.m. at Colby College in Waterville. The winner will advance to the quarterfinals, where it will face No. 3 John Bapst of Bangor (10-2). The Mariners did not face the Purple Panthers or Crusaders during the regular season.

Oceanside and Old Town finished the regular season at 0-12. The MPA held a coin flip, which Old Town won, to give the Coyotes the No. 10 seed.

Medomak Valley’s Isaac Swain. Photo by Ken Waltz

On Tuesday, May 24, in regular-season finales, the Windjammers netted victories over the Panthers, as did the Lions over the Mariners. Mariner teams also were downed by Morse of Bath in matches played on Monday, May 23.

The MPA state singles tournaments also concluded on Monday, which saw Medomak Valley’s Isaac Swain make a run to the Round of 16.

Swain was the top seed in his region in the qualifier on Saturday, May 7 and played his way into the Round of 52 with wins over Jack Duncan of Lincoln Academy and Michael Kenyon of Brunswick, but was unranked in the state event.

In the Round of 52, Swain bested Robbie Bennett of George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill, 6-3, 6-3; and knocked off No. 7 Sean Flynn of John Bapst of Bangor, 3-6, 6-1, 10-8 (tiebreaker).

In the Round of 16, Swain eventually was ousted by Max Friedlander of Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor, 1-6, 3-6.

It is the furthest a Panther has advanced in the tournament since 2009, when Joaquin Perez-Marsa advanced to the semifinals before falling to three-time champion Mike Hill of Mount Ararat of Topsham.

Camden Hills’ Lincoln Pierce. Photo by Ken Waltz

Panther coach Bill Hinkley said: “Isaac had an incredible run this weekend” and was particularly impressed with his play against Flynn as the match went quite late into the night on Friday, May 20.

“It was 9:30 at night and both boys had already played one match earlier in the day,” said Hinkley. “Further, some atmospheric moisture was moving in, making the playing surface just a little slippery. Both of the competitors were completely exhausted, but wouldn’t give in. In the tiebreak, Flynn pulled ahead early, but Isaac didn’t panic. He played intelligent tennis, recognizing that he still had a bit more in his gas tank.”

Ultimately, Kennebunk’s George Cutone won the boys title for the second straight year, while Maine Central Institute’s Lidia Gomez won the girls crown.

Medomak Valley’s Vishal Mellor. Photo by Ken Waltz

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys

Camden Hills 5, Medomak Valley 0

At Waldoboro May 24, the Windjammers avenged their lone loss of the season with a shutout of the Panthers.

The individual results, with Camden Hills players listed first, were: In singles, Ezra LeMole beat Isaac Swain, 6-4, 6-2; Lincoln Pierce beat Noah Ludwig, 6-0, 6-1; and Noah Thackeray beat Zan Nguyen, 6-1, 6-1.

Medomak Valley’s Zan Nguyen. Photo by Ken Waltz

In doubles, Wilson Fedarko and Liam O’Dwyer beat Kory Donlin and Vishal Mellor, 6-2, 6-4; and Alex Todd and Sam Van Lonkhuysen beat Adi Mellor and Kylar Potter, 7-6 (7), 7-5.

Belfast 4, Oceanside 1

At Rockland May 24, the Lions roared to a win over the host Mariners.

The individual results, with Belfast players listed first, were: In singles, Zubar Yacoe beat Brady Marchessault, 6-4, 6-0; and Zeke Slaughter beat Michael Frost, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3. Belfast forfeited to Donovan Sidelinger.

In doubles, Matt Shelton and Eli Slaughter beat Ian Erskine and Colin Landry, 7-6 (7-3), 6-2; and Liam O’Malia and Casey Balicki beat Tim Watts and Connor Macy, 6-0, 6-0.

Morse 5, Oceanside 0

At Bath May 23, the Shipbuilders defeated the visiting Mariners.

The individual results, with Oceanside players listed first, were: In singles, Brady Marchessault lost to Drew Marecek, 1-6, 0-6; and Michael Frost lost to Elliot Harkins, 0-6, 2-6. Oceanside forfeited at third singles.

In doubles, Donovan Sidelinger and Ian Erskine lost to Riley Gale and Fritz Bertlesman, 2-6, 4-6; and Colin Landry and Connor Macy lost to Aiden Shields and Edward Crews, 0-6, 0-6.

Girls

Camden Hills 4, Medomak Valley 1

At Rockport May 24, the Windjammers sailed past the visiting Panthers.

The individual results, with Camden Hills players listed first, were: In singles, Eliza Nickerson lost to Eleanor Ashmore, 6-2, 4-6, 6-6 (2-7); Charlotte Delehey beat Elizabeth Swan, 6-0, 6-2; and Hattie Moss beat Jordan Doughty, 6-0, 6-1.

In doubles, Mila Bonometti and Julia Russell beat Baylee Stewart and Taylor Gerlack, 6-0, 6-2; and Ilanna Lam and Amelie Wold beat Adrianna Ruggieri and Arden Kondracki, 6-0, 6-4.

In exhibitions, Zoe Hansen and Corynn Prescott beat Dakotah Brackett and Clara Frank. 8-0; Lindsey Clifford and Inga Borchmann lost to Haley Blake and Arden Kondracki, 2-8; and Jemma Lasko-Amundsen and Olivia Huard lost to Adrianna Ruggieri and Taylor Gerlack, 2-8.

Belfast 3, Oceanside 2

At Rockland May 24, the Lions edged out the Mariners, the latter of which had only three participating players.

The individual results, with Belfast players listed first, were: In singles, Ada Curry lost to Ava Carpenter, 1-6, 1-6; Sarah Cournoyer lost to Alyssa Griffin, 1-6, 0-6; and Josie Cowles beat Ella Russomano, 6-7 (8-10), 6-4, 7-1 tiebreaker.

Belfast won by forfeit at first doubles and second doubles.

Morse 4, Oceanside 1

At Rockland May 24, the Shipbuilders emerged victorious over the Mariners.

The individual results, with Oceanside players listed first, were: In singles, Ava Carpenter lost to Laura Larochelle, 2-6, 2-6; Alyssa Griffin beat Lena Croteau, 6-4, 6-4; and Ella Russomano lost to Greta Crabtree, 6-3, 4-6, 2-7 tiebreaker.

Oceanside forfeited at first and second doubles.

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