Good News and Bad News on how the Guilford County Schools finished in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup Standings

Posted by Andy Durham on June 9, 2014 at 5:39 pm under High School | Read the First Comment

Don Moore will have more later in the press release that will be coming in from Rick Strunk and the NCHSAA, but here’s how our teams showed up in the end-of-the-year standings, in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup Standings, among all the high schools in the state and in particular, our area vs. our area…Page a #1, Northwest Guilford a #1, Northern Guilford a #1 in the All-Sports standings, within their conferences…..We need to get some of these numbers up and get all of teams out of the cellar if possible…Not trying to leave anyone laying that came in last, maybe a motivational tool to help your school in 2014/2015…..

Final Wells Fargo Conference Cup Winners Announced for 2013-14
Metro 4-A:
Page #1
Grimsley #2
Smith last…
Conference Standings: Page 89.5, Grimsley 79.5, Southern Alamance 73.5, Southeast Guilford 70, Dudley 41, B.L. Smith 33.5

Piedmont Triad 4-A
Northwest Guilford #1
Ragsdale #2
Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 105.5, Ragsdale 80, East Forsyth 75, Southwest Guilford 70.5, High Point Central 61, Glenn 49.

Mid-State 3-A:
Northern Guilford #1
Northeast Guilford last…
Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 260.5, Walter Williams 223.5, Eastern Alamance 215.5, Western Alamance 209, Rockingham County 177, Morehead 172, Eastern Guilford 163.5, McMichael 163, Northeast Guilford 155.

Mid-Piedmont 3-A:
Southern Guilford last…
Conference Standings: Ledford 95, Asheboro 81, Central Davidson 80.5, Western Guilford 71, Southwestern Randolph 62, North Forsyth 51.5, Southern Guilford 49.5.

PAC 6 2-A:
High Point Andrews last…
Conference Standings: Randleman 78.5, Wheatmore 75.5, Trinity 67, Providence Grove 60.5, Eastern Randolph 45, High Point Andrews 42.5.

More details coming with the full lineup, but this gives you an idea how they did and how things will be looking…..

  • Andy Durham said,

    Good news here today on the Guilford County football front:

    North Myrtle Beach High will name Freedom High’s (NC) Blair Hardin its new head football coach, pending approval of the Horry County School Board meeting on Monday, Grand Strand Sports Report has learned.

    Blair spent one season at Freedom in Morganton, NC, after a successful stint at Porter Ridge, where he went 50-18 in five seasons.

    He was one of three finalists for the job, which opened after Perry Woolbright stepped down last month following four seasons with the Chiefs.

    Hardin became the top choice of the Chiefs after a speedy search for Woolbright’s replacement.

    He led Porter Ridge to back-to-back appearances in the Class 4A state championship game in 2011 and ’12 before crossing the state border to North Carolina.

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