The high school field hockey regular season has finished and cagey Midcoast student-athletes hope to stick around in the postseason.

And, with Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings final, the four area squads — Belfast, Oceanside of Rockland, Mount View of Thorndike and Camden Hills of Rockland— have earned that opportunity and turn their attention to the quarterfinals.

In Class A North, Camden Hills (6-7-1, 47.7551 points) finished eighth, while Skowhegan (14-0, 194.0305 points) finished first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for postseason play, thus, the Windjammers are playoff-bound.

In the quarterfinals, No. 8 Camden Hills will play at No. 1 Skowhegan, time and date to be determined. The Windjammers and River Hawks did not face each other in the regular season.

In Class B North, Belfast (12-1-1, 143.1886 points) finished second and Oceanside (6-7-1, 54.1071 points) seventh, while Lawrence of Fairfield (14-0, 192.7550 points) finished first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the postseason, thus, the Lions and Mariners are playoff-bound.

In the quarterfinals, No. 7 Oceanside will play at No. 2 Belfast on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 3 p.m. at Point Lookout in Northport. The Lions defeated the Mariners twice this season — by 6-0 scores — Sept. 12 at Northport and Oct. 12 at Rockland.

In Class C North, Mount View (4-6-4, 37.5000 points) finished seventh, while Dirigo of Dixfield (11-3, 114.3876 points) finished first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs, thus, the Mustangs are playoff-bound.

In the quarterfinals, No. 7 Mount View will play at No. 2 Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield (10-3-1, 112.5000 points) on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 3:30 p.m. The Mustangs lost to the Huskies 4-0 on Sept. 3 at Thorndike and 1-0 on Sept. 17 at Pittsfield.

Belfast ended the regular season with an impressive 10-game win streak after it caged a 4-1 road victory over Old Town Monday, Oct. 17, while Mount View caged a 2-0 win over John Bapst of Bangor on the final day of the regular season on Wednesday, Oct. 19.

Mount View’s Greta Ahlefeld (6) and Ivory Spaulding, far right, among others. Photo courtesy of Kate Ahlefeld

That Mustang game originally was slated for Tuesday, Oct. 18, but was postponed due to inclement weather.

Tuesday was scheduled to be the final countable day for regular season games, though the Maine Principals’ Association had Wednesday as a built-in rain date for games rained out on Tuesday.

From left, Mount View’s Dakota Jones, Greta Ahlefeld and Ivory Spaulding, among others. Photo courtesy of Kate Ahlefeld

The following is a recap of reported results:

Mount View 2, John Bapst 0

At Bangor Oct. 19, the Mustangs galloped past the Crusaders and emerged with a shutout win to cap the regular season.

The goals were scored in the second quarter by Dakota Jones — off assists by Allyee Corson — with 3:37 and 1:30 remaining.

Ella Sawyer got the shutout in the cage for Mount View, while Kate Griffin made 12 saves on 14 shots for John Bapst.

Belfast 4, Old Town 1

At Old Town Oct. 17, the Lions officially ended the season on a 10-game win streak, which culminated with a victory over the Coyotes. The game was scoreless after the first quarter, while Belfast took a 3-0 lead at halftime and 4-1 advantage after three quarters.

Bre Shorey and Ava Markham caged a pair of goals in the win for Belfast, while Kara Richards added two assists and Lawless Desrochers, Halle Tarbox and Mia Winslow one assist. Grace Willey scored for Old Town.

Belfast led 28-2 in shots and 20-3 in penalty corners.

Nikki Shorey made one save in the cage for the Lions, while Amara Francis made 19 stops in goal for the Coyotes.

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