The postseason is now underway in every sport but football, which isn’t far behind.
Here’s a look at the latest regarding Mid-Coast teams.
Brunswick’s football team got back on track last weekend with a 34-14 home win over Lawrence. The 6-1 Dragons, who are first in the Eastern Class B Crabtree Points standings, finish the regular season Friday at 1-6 Kennebunk.
In Western B, Morse sat seventh at 3-4 after Friday’s 60-7 home loss to undefeated powerhouse Marshwood. The Shipbuilders close at 1-6 Mt. Ararat Friday.
The Eagles are coming off a 41-7 loss at Falmouth.
The boys’ soccer playoffs begin Friday with the preliminary round.
Brunswick hosted Mt. Ararat Tuesday in the regular season finale, hoping to move up from the third spot it resided at press time. Last week, the Dragons improved to 9-2-2 with a 5-0 home win over Lawrence.
The Eagles were fifth at 8-3-2 after a 3-2 home loss to Hampden Academy.
In Western B, Morse will miss the playoffs. The Shipbuilders fell to 1-10-1 and 14th (only 10 teams qualify) after losses at Camden Hills (8-0) and Oceanside (4-1). Morse closed at home versus Medomak Valley Tuesday.
The playoffs continue with the quarterfinals Tuesday on the fields of the higher remaining seeds.
On the girls’ side, Morse was fifth in Western B at 8-3-2 after a 4-1 loss to Camden Hills and a 1-0 overtime triumph over Oceanside. Amanda Gagne scored in the loss, while Brianna Williams had the winner in OT against Oceanside. The Shipbuilders closed Tuesday at Medomak Valley.
In Eastern A, Brunswick took a 9-3-1 mark and the number four ranking to Mt. Ararat in Tuesday’s finale. The Dragons were coming off a 3-0 win at Lawrence.
Mt. Ararat fell to 8-4-1 and fifth after a 2-1 loss at Hampden Friday.
The playoffs begin Saturday with the preliminary round and continue with the quarterfinals Tuesday on the fields of the higher remaining seeds.
Morse’s girls’ cross country won the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B title.
In Class A, Brunswick was three points behind Hampden Academy. Mt. Ararat placed sixth.
On the boys’ side, in Class A, also won by Hampden Academy, Brunswick came in sixth and Mt. Ararat placed seventh.
In Class B, Morse finished fifth.
The regional championships are Saturday and the state meet is Saturday, Nov. 1.
The golf season came to a close last weekend at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro with the individual championships.
In Class A, Mt. Ararat’s Cam Cox shot an 81 and tied for 13th. Teammates Tyler O’Connor tied for 23rd after shooting an 87. Mt. Ararat’s T.J. Ackerman tied for 25th after shooting an 88.
Brunswick’s Elizabeth Day tied for 19th in the girls’ competition after a round of 90.