The high school soccer regular season season is in the rearview mirror as a bevy of Midcoast squads have turned their attention to the postseason, which began on Friday, Oct. 21.

And, of the 10 area squads to qualify for their tournaments, six remain as the prelim playoffs ended at the conclusion of play on Saturday, Oct. 22 and the quarterfinals began on Monday, Oct. 24.

Camden Hills’ Brenna Mackey. Photo by Ken Waltz

The Medomak Valley of Waldoboro, Camden Hills of Rockport, Mount View of Thorndike and Oceanside of Rockland boys and girls — along with the Islesboro boys and Belfast girls — qualified for the playoffs. The Panther squads — in addition to the Mustang and Lion girls — were ousted from postseason play over the weekend, while the Mariner boys advanced to the quarterfinals.

In postseason games played on Friday, Oct. 21, the No. 11 Mount View girls dropped a 5-0 decision to No. 6 Dexter in Class C North, while the No. 10 Belfast girls also fell 1-0 to No. 7 Nokomis of Newport in a game that played two overtimes and, ultimately, was decided by penalty kicks.

On Saturday, Oct. 22, the No. 10 Oceanside boys eliminated No. 7 Cony of Augusta 1-0, while the No. 9 Medomak Valley boys lost 2-1 in overtime to No. 8 Greely of Cumberland and No. 8 Panther girls lost 3-0 to No. 9 Wells.

Belfast’s Joseph Lemon, left, and Jeremiah Porter, middle, along with Medomak Valley’s Liam Belyea-Ridge. Photo by Ken Waltz

On Monday, Oct. 24, the No. 3 Camden Hills girls also netted a 3-0 quarterfinal win over No. 6 Mount Ararat of Topsham in a game on the turf field at Lincoln Academy of Newcastle due to rain and poor field conditions in Rockport.

The top two-thirds of teams in each region qualify for the postseason.

The following is a breakdown of final standings, playoff pairings and dates/times for those early playoff contests (if available):

Boys

In Class A North, Camden Hills (8-5-1, 99.2857 points) finished fifth, while Edward Little of Auburn (13-0-1, 171.7347 points) finished first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Windjammers are playoff-bound.

In the quarterfinals, No. 5 Camden Hills will play at No. 4 Lewiston (9-4-1, 103.3674 points) on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at  6 p.m. The Windjammers bested the Blue Devils in two meetings this year — 2-1 on Sept. 3 at Lewiston and 3-2 in overtime on Oct. 15 at Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

Medomak Valley’s Liam Belyea-Ridge, left, and Belfast’s Lincoln Outerbridge. Photo by Ken Waltz

In Class B North, Oceanside (3-9-2, 35.2041 points) finished 10th, while Belfast (1-13, 11.7347 points finished 12th. John Bapst of Bangor (13-0-1, 166.9378 points) finished first in the 15-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Mariners are playoff-bound, while the Lions failed to qualify.

In the prelims, No. 10 Oceanside played at No. 7 Cony of Augusta (6-6-2, 60.6634 points) on Saturday, Oct. 22, and won 1-0. Oceanside will advance to play at No. 2 Winslow (13-0-1, 120.3572 points) in the quarterfinals on Tuesday, Oct. 25.

The Mariners did not face the Rams during the regular season, but lost twice to the Black Raiders, including 4-0 on Oct. 6 at Thomaston and 7-0 on Oct. 14 at Winslow.

In Class B South, Medomak Valley (6-7-1, 60.0000 points) finished ninth, while Cape Elizabeth (13-0-1, 176.5817 points) finished first in the 17-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Panthers were playoff-bound.

In the prelims, No. 9 Medomak Valley played at No. 8 Greely of Cumberland (7-6-1, 70.6122 points) on Saturday, Oct. 22, losing 2-1 in overtime. Greely will advance to face No. 1 Cape Elizabeth in the quarterfinals.

The Panthers did not face the Rangers or Capers during the regular season.

Camden Hills’ Darian Langille, right, and Mount Ararat’s Ava Hanson. Photo by Ken Waltz

In Class C North, Mount View (10-3-1, 81.2757 points) finished fifth, while Fort Kent (13-1, 166.3266 points) finished first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Mustangs are playoff-bound.

In the quarterfinals, No. 5 Mount View will play at No. 4 Narraguagus of Harrington (8-3-1, 90.2083 points) on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. The Mustangs did not play the Knights during the regular season.

In Class D South, Islesboro (7-2, 160.9043 points) finished second, Searsport (4-10, 25.4080 points) 11th and Vinalhaven (0-10, no points) 14th. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Eagles are playoff-bound, while Searsport and Vinalhaven failed to qualify.

In the quarterfinals, No. 2 Islesboro will host No. 7 Rangeley (8-6, 50.6306 points) on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 3:30 p.m. at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast. The Eagles did not face the Lakers or Cavaliers during the regular season.

Belfast’s Brigham Graf, left, and Medomak Valley’s Seamus Dounaghy. Photo by Ken Waltz

Girls

In Class A North, Camden Hills (10-3-1, 118.4693 points) finished third, while Brunswick (12-0-2, 167.2448 points) finished first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Windjammers are playoff-bound.

In the quarterfinals, No. 3 Camden Hills hosted No. 6 Mount Ararat of Topsham (9-4-1, 90.6122 points) on Monday, Oct. 24 at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle, winning 3-0. The Windjammers defeated the Eagles twice this season — 5-1 on Sept. 20 at Topsham and 4-0 on Oct. 4 at Rockport. The Windjammers play No. 2 Bangor or No. 7 Oxford Hills of South Paris next.

Camden Hills’ Kara Andrews, front. Photo by Ken Waltz

In Class B North, Oceanside (7-4-3, 73.2907 points) finished fifth and Belfast (2-10-2, 35.6122 points) 10th. Hermon (14-0, 165.3061 points finished first in the 14-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Mariners and Lions are/were playoff-bound.

In the prelims, No. 10 Belfast played at No. 7 Nokomis of Newport (7-6-1, 60.4592 points) on Friday, Oct. 21, losing 1-0 in overtime. Nokomis will advance to face No. 2 Old Town (10-3-1, 90.8673 points) in the quarterfinals.

Belfast lost twice to Nokomis — 3-2 on Sept. 2 at Newport and 2-1 on Oct. 11 at Belfast — and did not face Old Town during the regular season.

In the quarterfinals, No. 5 Oceanside will play at No. 4 Waterville (10-3-1, 78.9541 points) on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 8:30 p.m. (Messalonskee, Oakland). The Mariners did not face the Purple Panthers during the regular season.

Camden Hills’ Maddy Tohanczyn. Photo by Ken Waltz

In Class B South, Medomak Valley (6-7-1, 66.0458 points) finished eighth, while Cape Elizabeth (14-0, 192.7040 points) finished first in the 17-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Panthers were playoff-bound.

In the prelims, No. 8 Medomak Valley hosted No. 9 Wells (7-7, 61.4285 points) on Saturday, Oct. 22 at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle, losing 3-0. Wells will advance to face top-seeded Cape Elizabeth in the quarterfinals. The Panthers did not face the Warriors or Capers during the regular season.

In Class C North, Mount View (4-9-1, 46.7602 points) finished 11th, while Bucksport (14-0, 153.1631 points) finished first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Mustangs were playoff-bound.

Camden Hills’ Amelia Johnson, front. Photo by Ken Waltz

In the prelims, No. 11 Mount View played at No. 6 Dexter (8-5-1, 81.6327 points) on Friday, Oct. 21, losing 5-0. The Mustangs and Tigers did not face each other during the regular season.

In Class D South, Searsport (2-12, 12.2449 points) finished ninth and Vinalhaven (0-9-1, 8.5000 points) 10th. North Yarmouth Academy (14-0, 176.1225 points) finished first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, Searsport and Vinalhaven failed to qualify.

In final regular-season pitch play, on Monday, Oct. 17, the Medomak Valley and Oceanside girls collected wins over Belfast and Morse of Bath, while the Islesboro boys also bested Chop Point of Woolwich.

Medomak Valley’s Mandy Karl, right, and Belfast’s Iris Carpenter. Photo by Ken Waltz

In the final days of the regular season for local squads, the Oceanside boys dropped a 6-2 road loss against Morse of Bath Tuesday, Oct. 18, while on Wednesday, Oct. 19, the Mount View and Medomak Valley boys — and Camden Hills girls — netted wins.

Games scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 18 were postponed to Wednesday, Oct. 19, the later of which was a built-in rain date from the Maine Principals’ Association. The postseason for qualifying squads is slated to begin on Saturday, Oct. 22.

In Wednesday’s final day of play, the Camden Hills girls and Mount View and Medomak Valley boys were victorious, while the Windjammer and Lion boys fell short.

The Searsport girls also lost earlier in the week.

Medomak Valley’s Kytana Williamson. Photo by Ken Waltz

The following is a recap of reported regular season and playoff results:

Girls

Playoff: No. 3 Camden Hills 3, No. 6 Mount Ararat 0

At Newcastle Oct. 24, in wet, somewhat foggy conditions, the Windjammers sailed into the semifinals with a shutout victory over the Eagles. Camden Hills held a 2-0 edge after 40 minutes.

Britta Denny netted two goals in the win for the Windjammers, while Leah Snyder added one goal and Sydney Stone, Amelia Johnson and Darian Langille one assist.

Camden Hills held an 18-2 advantage in shots, while Mount Ararat held a 2-1 edge in corner kicks.

Playoff: No. 9 Wells 3, No. 8 Medomak Valley 0

At Newcastle Oct. 22, the Warriors avenged last year’s playoff loss to the Panthers — on the same neutral field no less — with a three-goal victory. Wells held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Grace Badger, Caitlin Rooney and Caitlin Shields netted scores for Wells, while Alivia Boucher and Kayla Bolton logged assists.

The Warriors outshot the Panthers (6-8-1) 20-9, while the teams attempted two corner kicks.

Addison McCormick made 16 saves in net for Medomak Valley, while Savannah Tardiff made 12 stops in goal for Wells.

In last year’s playoff, No. 3 Medomak Valley defeated No. 6 Wells 3-0 in the quarterfinals. That game also was held at Lincoln Academy due to rain and unplayable field conditions in Waldoboro.

With Saturday’s win, the Warriors (8-7) advance to the Class B South quarterfinals, where they will face top-seeded Cape Elizabeth (14-0).

Playoff: No. 7 Nokomis 1, No. 10 Belfast 0 (2OTs, PKs)

At Newport Oct. 21, the Warriors and Lions went scoreless for 90 minutes — two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes — before the hosts outshot the Lions 4-2 in penalty kicks to advance to the next round.

Natalie Hamlin and Phoebe Hall-Arnett converted penalty kicks in the tough-luck loss for Belfast (2-11-2).

With the win, Nokomis (8-6-1) advances to the Class B North quarterfinals, where it will face No. 2 Old Town (10-3-1).

“We began the season with our strongest start in many years, but the second half we struggled a bit putting the ball in the net,” said Lion coach Kali McCarthy. “It was a season with a lot of ‘almost!’ Our playoff game was the best game we played and even though we did not win, it was an exhilarating way to finish. This was a huge stepping stone in the right direction and I expect us to be a regular playoff contender each year. We owe a lot to our seven graduating seniors for their role in growing this team.”

No. 6 Dexter 5, No. 11 Mount View 0

At Dexter Oct. 21, the Tigers went goal-crazy in the first half and bounced the Mustangs from postseason play. Dexter led 4-0 at halftime.

The Dexter offense was keyed by Cally Gudroe (3 goals, assist), Jillean Poliquin (goal) and Abby Corson (goal).

Jordan VonOesen made six saves on 15 shots in goal for the Mustangs (4-10-1), while Hannah Dean made four saves on six shots for Dexter (9-5-1).

“We have a roster of mostly freshmen and sophomores and I think we were a bit overwhelmed by playoff intensity in the first half,” said Mount View coach David Page. “We started to find a rhythm and played much better in the second half, but as has been the case all season, we just couldn’t finish. Although the final scoreline wasn’t what we were hoping for, this young group has come a long way since preseason. And that’s largely because of the senior leadership of Kelsea Doughty, Maddie Roux, Isabelle Holt, Greta Blake, Brooklyn Brown, Ava Nickerson and Izzy Healy. It may not be the way they wanted to end their high school careers, but their leadership is a major part of any success we’ll have going forward.”

With the win, Dexter advances to the quarterfinal round, where it will face No. 3 Houlton (14-0).

Camden Hills 3, Brewer 0

At Bangor Oct. 19, the Windjammers netted a shutout victory over the Witches.

Britta Denny, Brenna Mackey and Amelia Johnson netted first-half scores for Camden Hills, while Denny and Rose Tohanczyn logged assists.

Camden Hills led 21-2 in shots and 6-1 in corner kicks.

Kara Andrews made two saves in goal for the Windjammers.

Woodland 4, Searsport 1

At Searsport Oct. 17, the Dragons emerged with a three-goal win over the Vikings.

Lily Nadeau scored the lone goal for Searsport, while Nicole Cox (3 goals) and Hannah Lockenwitz (goal) scored for Woodland.

Searsport led 28-21 in shots.

Josh Bragdon made 15 saves in net for the Vikings, while Victoria Siering made 18 saves in goal for the Dragons.

Medomak Valley’s Sara Nelson, left, and Belfast’s Maggie Metcalf, right. In back is Lion Esme Dechamps. Photo by Ken Waltz

Medomak Valley 3, Belfast 0

At Waldoboro Oct. 17, the Panthers defended their home field with a shutout win over the Lions. Medomak Valley led 2-0 at halftime.

Medomak Valley’s Scarlett Flint. Photo by Ken Waltz

Sara Nelson netted a goal and added an assist in the win for Medomak Valley, while Scarlett Flint and Mandy Karl added scores.

The Panthers held an 18-3 edge in shots and 6-1 in corner kicks.

Addison McCormick made three saves in goal for Medomak Valley, while Morgan Curtis made 15 saves in net for Belfast.

Oceanside 5, Morse 1

At Thomaston Oct. 17, the Mariners ended the campaign with six wins in their final seven games, which included Monday’s victory over the Shipbuilders of Bath. Oceanside led 2-0 at halftime.

Ava Philbrook pumped in four goals to lead Oceanside and assisted on teammate Audrey Mackie’s score, while Aubrianna Hoose logged two assists. Edie McKay scored the lone goal for Morse.

Oceanside held a 14-10 edge in shots, while Morse held a 3-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Jillian Barnard made nine saves in goal for the Mariners and Riley Walters nine saves in net for the Shipbuilders.

Maine Central Institute 8, Mount View 0

At Pittsfield Oct. 17, the Huskies capped an undefeated regular season with a shutout of the Mustangs.

Olivia Varney and Emma Burr scored three goals to lead MCI offense, while Morgan Jensen and Gabrielle Finelli also netted goals for the hosts.

Boys

Playoff: No. 10 Oceanside 1, No. 7 Cony 0

At Augusta Oct. 22, the Mariners — in a rematch of last year’s prelim playoff — edged the Rams by a single score. The squads were scoreless at halftime.

It was Oceanside’s first playoff win since the 2014 season, when the Mariners, which boasted a team of 17 seniors, sailed to the regional championship game.

With the win, Oceanside (4-9-2) advances to the Class B North quarterfinals, where it will face No. 2 Winslow (13-0-1) on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 3:15 p.m. at Thomas College in Waterville.

“I’m just so happy for my guys,” said Mariner coach Travis Doughty. “From both my seniors who have seen the program at its low to my freshmen who I’ve asked so much from this year and probably feel overwhelmed at times. I demand a lot of them and at times it’s frustrating. We are learning to win and bring back what this area always had and that is soccer at a high level.”

The game-winning goal went to Elliot Trott, who blasted a shot from 35 yards that beat the Cony keeper top shelf with 23 minutes to go in regulation.

Doughty said Jace Young marked and helped neutralize top Cony scorer Yusuf Abrahim, who Doughty called “possibly one of the best players in the state” for the entire game.

“Without Jace’s effort we don’t win that game,” said Doughty. “It’s a great day for OHS soccer.”

Oceanside outshot Cony 25-5 and led 8-4 in corner kicks.

Taygan McAllister got the shutout in net for the Mariners.

Playoff: No. 8 Greely 2, No. 9 Medomak Valley 1 (OT)

At Cumberland Oct. 22, the Panthers (6-8-1) were edged out of the Class B South playoffs by the Rangers in an overtime thriller. Greely led 1-0 at halftime.

Dima Cheesman tied the score with 31:42 remaining in regulation when he converted a goal from long distance for Medomak Valley, while Thomas Bennett scored, off an assist from Owen Piesik, with 13:01 to go in the first half for Greely.

The Rangers got the game-winner from Tate Nadeau, off an assist from Sean-Marley Rwabira, with 2.5 seconds remaining in OT.

“We knew we had to match Greely’s intensity and make sure all players were accounted for at all times,” said Medomak Valley coach Brian Campbell. “Greely moved the ball quickly and efficiently. They have attacking speed on both sides and switched fields on their attack often.”

Greely held a 16-5 edge in shots.

Eli Pluecker made 14 saves in net for the Panthers, while Landon Dominski made four stops in goal for the Rangers.

Campbell said Pluecker “played one of the best games in net I’ve seen him play” and “he remained strong and confident and made several amazing saves.”

“Losing in overtime was disappointing after such a great game, but we walked away pleased with our team effort,” the coach added. “We will return our entire starting lineup next season and will build off of this learning experience to return Medomak Valley back to the Class B South postseason.”

With the win, Greely (8-6-1) advances to the quarterfinals to face top-seeded Cape Elizabeth (13-0-1).

Brewer 2, Camden Hills 1 (2OTs)

At Newcastle Oct. 19, the Windjammers were edged by the Witches in two overtimes to conclude the regular season. The game was scoreless after 40 minutes.

Cam Brown scored the lone goal for Camden Hills, off an assist from Colby Bennett, while Andrew Hodgkins booted the game-winner off a free kick in overtime for Brewer.

Brian Leonard made six saves in the Windjammer net, while Grady Vanedistine made 18 saves in goal for the Witches.

“Tonight began fabulously as we were able to celebrate our seniors Max Welt, Lucas Moody, Avery Hackett, Will Eggena, Aaron Stone, Jordan Peasely, Ben Tohanczyn, Will Smith, Lucas Wyman, and Maxwell Gunzeln,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “They have all been excellent teammates and role models and it was a pleasure to honor them and their parents before our last regular-season game.

“We played very well again tonight, but didn’t get the result. We are 95 percent of the way to being a championship team, we just need to grab that extra five percent when the whistle blows for our first playoff game. It’s going to be an excellent tournament and we will be ready to play on Wednesday [Oct. 26].”

Belfast’s Lucas Newsom. Photo by Ken Waltz

Medomak Valley 6, Belfast 0

At Belfast Oct. 19, the Panthers prowled past the Lions and netted a shutout victory. Medomak Valley held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Mohamedi Ngido netted two goals for Medomak Valley, while Vishal Mellor, Kristian Schumann, Finn Kelly and Nevan Power scored once for the visitors. Ngido, Mellor, Schumann and Liam Belyea logged assists.

Medomak Valley led 16-4 in shots.

Eli Pluecker made four saves in goal for the Panthers and Brogan McAvoy 10 stops in net for the Lions.

Mount View 4, Maine Central Institute 3

At Thorndike Oct. 19, the Mustangs held off a furious rally by the Huskies and emerged with a one-goal win. Mount View led 4-0 at halftime.

Tyler Russell scored a pair of goals for Mount View, while Noah Hurd and Wyatt Evensen added one goal and Tanner Oathout and Levi Winslow one assist.

Zane Dean (goal, assist), Brady Rogers (goal), Carter Bubar (goal), Orrie Flood (assist), Lucas Anda (assist) and Landon Ross (assist) paced MCI.

Islesboro 1, Chop Point 0

At Woolwich Oct. 17, the islanders edged the Blue Bears by a single score. The game was scoreless at halftime.

Gabe Holmes scored the lone goal with eight minutes to play for Islesboro.

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