Results are in for Fall Seasons in the Race for the Wachovia Conference Cup with NWG and Page, “Top Fall 4-A Finishers”(Area 3-A updates in as well)

Posted by Andy Durham on December 13, 2010 at 2:12 pm under High School | Read the First Comment

2010 Fall Season Wachovia Conference Cup Leaders Announced

Wachovia Bank, a Wells Fargo company, along with the North Carolina High
School Athletic Association, today announced the standings for fall
sports in the Wachovia Conference Cup competitions for the 2010-2011
sports season.

The Wachovia Cup award, sponsored by Wachovia and the NCHSAA, recognizes
the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic
performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications.
Wachovia has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.

The Wachovia Conference Cup, formerly known as the Wachovia Trophy, is a
companion to the Wachovia Cup. The Conference Cup is awarded to schools
with the best overall interscholastic athletic performance in each
individual athletic conference.

In most conferences, points are awarded based on participation and
standings in conference play. Each conference determines its own method
of awarding points. Conferences are listed alphabetically by
classification.

4A Conferences

Piedmont Triad 4-A: A dominant fall performance with championships in women’s golf, men’s and women’s cross country, women’s tennis, men’s soccer, volleyball, and a tie for first with second-place Ragsdale in football have lifted Northwest Guilford to the top of the conference. Along with Ragsdale’s tie for first in football, it finished second in men’s cross country and women’s golf. East Forsyth, who tied for second in women’s tennis and third in men’s cross country, is tied for third overall with Southwest Guilford, who placed second in women’s cross country and women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 48.5, Ragsdale 34, East Forsyth 29.5, Southwest Guilford 29.5, High Point Central 23.5, Glenn 16.5, Parkland 9.5.

Cap Eight 4-A: Broughton finished first in women’s tennis and takes the conference’s
top spot after the fall season. Millbrook and Leesville Road are in a deadlock for
second and are both close behind first-place Broughton. Millbrook earned a
conference crown in women’s cross country while Leesville captured championships in
men’s soccer and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Broughton 42, Millbrook
39.5, Leesville Road 39.5, Wakefield 36, Wake Forest -Rolesville 30, Sanderson 26.5,
Enloe 24.5, Heritage 6.

Central Piedmont 4-A: A commanding fall performance from Mount Tabor has it atop the
conference winning titles in men’s and women’s cross country, football, volleyball,
and women’s tennis. Reagan is second with a championship in women’s golf and a share
of the volleyball title with Mount Tabor. Davie rounds out the top three teams after
a solid fall season. Conference Standings: Mount Tabor 310, Reagan 292.5, Davie 260,
R.J. Reynolds 252.5, West Forsyth 250, North Davidson 210.

Greater Neuse River 4-A: Garner sits atop the conference after a dominating fall
season, with championships in women’s golf, volleyball, and football. Clayton is in
second with a first-place finish in women’s tennis. League titles in men’s and
women’s cross country has West Johnston in third. Conference Standings: Garner 81,
Clayton 74.5, West Johnston 73, East Wake 62.5, Smithfield-Selma 59, Harnett Central
56.5, Southeast Raleigh 56.5, Knightdale 56.

I-Meck 4-A: Lake Norman captured championships in women’s cross country, women’s
golf, and volleyball to take first in the conference after the fall. Mallard Creek
sits in second with league titles in men’s cross country and football. North
Mecklenburg and Mooresville share third place, thanks to North Meck’s championship
in men’s soccer and Mooresville’s in women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Lake
Norman 46.5, Mallard Creek 40, Mooresville 35, North Mecklenburg 35, W.A. Hough 33,
Hopewell 30.5, Vance 18, West Charlotte 9.

Metro 4-A: Page is in first place after a conference crown in men’s soccer, a tie for first in football, and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country. Grimsley finished the fall in second with championships in women’s tennis and
volleyball. Southern Alamance is a close third after first-place finishes in men’s
and women’s cross country. Conference Standings: Page 36, Grimsley 30.5, Southern
Alamance 29.5, Southeast Guilford 25, Western Guilford 18, Dudley 14, Ben Smith 11.

Mid Piedmont 3-A: Asheboro and Ledford are in a deadlock for first, as Asheboro finished first in men’s soccer while Ledford captured championships in women’s tennis, volleyball, and men’s cross country. Southwestern Randolph is in third with a league title in women’s cross country. Conference Standings: Asheboro 26, Ledford 26, Southwestern Randolph, Northeast Guilford 19.5, Southern Guilford 14, North Forsyth 11.5.

Mid State 3-A: Conference titles in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s golf, and men’s soccer have Northern Guilford atop the conference after the fall season. Walter Williams is in second place with a tie for first in women’s tennis, and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country. Eastern Alamance sits in third after a tie for first in volleyball. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 85.5, Walter Williams 76, Eastern Alamance 69, Rockingham County 61.5, Western Alamance 61.5, McMichael 56, Eastern Guilford 55, Morehead 54.5.

Mid-Eastern 4-A: A championship in men’s soccer and second-place finishes in
volleyball and women’s tennis propel Hoggard to the top of the conference. New
Hanover is second with first-place honors in men’s and women’s cross country. Rose
is in third thanks to league titles in volleyball and women’s tennis. Conference
Standings: Hoggard 32.5, New Hanover 26.5, Rose 25.5, Laney 24, Ashley 19, New Bern
17.5.

Mid-South 4-A: Jack Britt beats out Terry Sanford for the first-place position in
the conference thanks to a league title in volleyball. Terry Sanford finished first
in men’s soccer, women’s tennis, and women’s cross country. South View is in third
with a championship in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 36.5,
Terry Sanford 36, Cape Fear 21, Pine Forest 19.5, E.E. Smith 16.5, Seventy-First
13.5.

Pac-6 4-A: In a tight battle for first, East Chapel Hill edges Jordan to finish on
top of the conference after the fall. East captured championships in women’s cross
country and women’s tennis, while second-place Jordan finished first in men’s soccer
and men’s cross country. Riverside is in third with a title in volleyball.
Conference Standings: East Chapel Hill 32.5, Jordan 32, Riverside 29, Northern
Durham 26, Person 20.5, Hillside 14, Southern Durham 11.

Southeastern 4-A: Pinecrest finishes the fall in first place, thanks to titles in
men’s soccer, and women’s tennis, and a tie for first in women’s golf with
second-place Scotland. Scotland also captured a championship in volleyball.
Lumberton is third with a championship in football. Conference Standings: Pinecrest
36.5, Scotland 32.5, Lumberton 22.5, Richmond 20, Purnell Swett 18, Hoke 17.5.

Southwestern 4-A: Conference titles in men’s and women’s cross country, and women’s
golf vault Ardrey Kell to the top of the conference. Myers Park is in second thanks
to championships in women’s tennis and men’s soccer. A top finish in volleyball and
second-place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country earn Providence third
place. Ardrey Kell 48, Myers Park 45.5, Providence 43.5, South Mecklenburg 33.5,
Butler 30, Independence 18.5, East Mecklenburg 16, Rocky River 5.

Tri Nine 4-A: Green Hope is in first after an impressive fall season with
championships in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s tennis, and women’s golf.
Apex is currently second, not only finishing first in the conference in volleyball,
but winning a state title in the sport as well. Panther Creek is third with a tie
for first in football. Conference Standings: Green Hope 53, Apex 43, Panther Creek
42, Athens Drive 39, Cary 38, Fuquay-Varina 34, Middle Creek 26, Holly Springs 20,
Lee County 14.


  • HS Football said,

    Great job Page……With all the starters coming back on next years football team you guys should be favorite to win the Metro……Remember champs are made in the offseason!

    Great to see NW finally have some success in football. Will be looking to see if they can build on this season next year. The same as with Page……Champs are made in December-July not in Aug.-Nov. Good luck next year!!!!!!!

    I know it just ended but I’m already looking forward to next football season! Congrats to all the State champs!!!!