OAKLAND — Brenda Beckwith was informed recently that her field hockey and girls basketball coaching contracts at Messalonskee High School will not be renewed.

Both teams reached the Eastern Class A final in the most recent seasons. The field hockey team lost to eventual state champion Skowhegan. The girls basketball team entered the Eastern A playoffs as the No. 8 seed, then upset No. 1 Morse and No. 4 Cony before falling to Hampden in the regional final.

When reached for comment late last week, superintendent Gary Smith said no coaches were fired and there were no resignations. When asked if Beckwith was still coaching, Smith said the policy was for the school to submit names for approval, and he could not comment on that process.

On Tuesday, Beckwith confirmed she is no longer coaching at Messalonskee and said she is not interested in coaching again. She declined further comment.

As a basketball coach at Messalonskee, Beckwith went 70-33 in five seasons. Messalonskee played in three Eastern Class A finals and one state championship game during that time.

Beckwith coached field hockey at Messalonskee for three seasons, compiling a 44-7 record. In all three seasons, the Eagles lost in the regional final to Skowhegan, which has won the last 10 Eastern Class A titles.

Beckwith previously coached basketball and field hockey at Winslow High School and field hockey at Colby College. Her 1998 Winslow field hockey team finished the season undefeated, untied and unscored upon.

That team was inducted into the Maine Field Hockey Association Hall of Fame in 2003, as was Beckwith in 2008.