Wells Fargo Conference Cup Final Standings For 2013-14

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Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2013-2014 sports year.

The Wells Fargo Cup award, sponsored by Wells Fargo and the NCHSAA, recognizes the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications.

The Wells Fargo Conference Cup is a companion to the Wells Fargo Cup and recognizes schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performances within individual conferences. Wachovia and now Wells Fargo has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.

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.

Class 1-A Conference Results:
Carolina 1-A: Rosewood finally overtook conference rival Princeton to claim first and win the Conference Cup, thanks to a sweep of the conference outdoor track and field championships and top finishes in baseball and men’s golf. Princeton settled for second, despite finishing first in softball and women’s soccer this spring. Spring Creek held on to finish the year in third, with runner-up finishes in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Rosewood 98, Princeton 96, Spring Creek 70.5, Lakewood 66.5, James Kenan 54.5, Hobbton 45, North Duplin 42, Neuse Charter 28.

Coastal 10 1-A: Camden wins the Conference Cup, finishing the year strongly with third-place finishes in baseball and softball. Perquimans and Manteo finished in a tie for second, with Perquimans capturing a league title in baseball and also finishing second in softball this spring sports season. Manteo tied for third in both baseball and softball with Conference Cup winner Camden. Conference Standings: Camden 67, Perquimans 61.5, Manteo 61.5, Gates County 53, Plymouth 46, Cape Hatteras 27, Columbia 27, Mattamuskeet 19, Creswell 15, Ocracoke 11.

Coastal Plains 1-A: Lejeune recaptured the top spot and with it took the Conference Cup, sweeping the conference outdoor track and field championships and finishing first in men’s golf. Previous conference leader East Carteret settled for second with a first-place finish in baseball, and just beat out Pamlico, who finished the year third. Conference Standings: Lejeune 517.5, East Carteret 497.5, Pamlico 495, Northside 477.5, Southside 360, Jones 305, Bear Grass 247.5.

North Central 1-A: By the narrowest of margins, Franklin Academy beat out previous leader Raleigh Charter to take the Conference Cup, thanks to championships in men’s golf and softball, and a second-place finish in women’s soccer. Raleigh Charter settled for second, despite finishing first in women’s soccer and men’s tennis in the spring. Voyager finished closely behind the top two teams in third, capturing a conference crown in baseball and finishing second in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Franklin Academy 64, Raleigh Charter 62.5, Voyager Academy 60, Roxboro Community 41, Woods Charter 28, River Mill Academy 27, Kestrel Heights 26, East Wake Academy 17.5.

Northwest 1-A: The Conference Cup goes to Bishop McGuinness, who once again dominated the sports season with spring championships in men’s golf, women’s soccer, and men’s tennis. Mount Airy held on to finish second, thanks to a second-place finish in men’s tennis and a third-place finish in baseball. Third place went to Easy Surry, who won a league title in baseball as well as finished second in women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: Bishop McGuinness 104.5, Mount Airy 93, East Surry 76.5, North Stokes 64, Walkertown 62, Atkins 56, Winston-Salem Prep 26.

Smoky Mountain 1-A: After leading the way the entire year, Swain claimed the Conference Cup, finishing second in softball and men’s golf this spring. Murphy took back second to beat out Hayesville as the runner up in the conference, thanks to top finishes in men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Hayesville wound up third, winning a league title in men’s golf this spring. Conference Standings: Swain 132, Murphy 128.5, Hayesville 127, Robbinsville 114.5, Cherokee 98, Andrews 83.5, Rosman 81.5, Highlands 61.5, Hiwassee Dam 57, Blue Ridge 46, Nantahala 26.5.

Southern Piedmont 1-A: A commanding spring season earned the Community School of Davidson the Conference Cup, capturing championships in both men’s soccer and men’s tennis. Thomas Jefferson just beat out third-place finisher Lincoln Charter to take second, thanks to a runner-up finish in men’s outdoor track and field. Lincoln Charter performed well this spring with a conference crown in softball, and second-place finishes in baseball and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Community School of Davidson 200, Thomas Jefferson 182, Lincoln Charter 180, Highland Tech 166, Pine Lake 165, Cherryville 156, Bessemer City 132.

Tar Roanoke 1-A: Granville Central continued its top form in the spring, finishing first in baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, and captured the Conference Cup. Louisburg tied for first with the top school in both baseball and softball, finishing the year in second. KIPP Pride finished third with runner-up finishes in men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Granville Central 56, Louisburg 48.5, KIPP Pride 32.5, Southeast Halifax 20.5, Weldon 21, Northwest Halifax 17.

Two Rivers 1-A: With top finishes in baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, Riverside (Martin) ended the year on top and wins the Conference Cup. Tarboro finished second with runner-up performances in baseball and men’s tennis. Third place went to South Creek, which tied for first in softball with Riverside-Martin and also finished third in baseball this spring. Conference Standings: Riverside (Martin) 136.5, Tarboro 118.5, South Creek 108.5, Northampton 91.5, North Edgecombe 64, Rocky Mount Prep 61.

Yadkin Valley 1-A: Gray Stone Day capturesd the Conference Cup, reclaiming the top spot after being tied for third after the winter season. Gray Stone finished first in men’s tennis and men’s golf this spring. Union Academy wound up as the runner-up, winning a conference crown in women’s golf. Previous conference frontrunner North Stanly finished the year in third. Conference Standings: Gray Stone Day 675, Union Academy 637.5, North Stanly 630, Albemarle 627.5, North Moore 602.5, East Montgomery 592.5, West Montgomery 565, Chatham Central 460, South Stanly 440.


Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results:
Four County 1-A/2-A: The Conference Cup belongs to Clinton, which finished the year strong with another solid sports season, consisting of first-place finishes in women’s soccer and men’s golf. Heide Trask surged remarkably from second-to-last in the conference to finish the year tied for second with Wallace-Rose Hill. Trask dominated the spring sports season with a sweep of the outdoor track and field championships and a top finish in softball. Conference Standings: Clinton 91.5, Heide Trask 75, Wallace-Rose Hill 75, West Bladen 66, Midway 62, East Bladen 55.5, Pender 52.5, Union 46.5.

Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: With a top finish in men’s tennis and second-place performances in men’s golf and women’s outdoor track and field, Elkin remained on top to win the Conference Cup. Second place wemt to Wilkes Central, which finished first in baseball and second in men’s tennis. Ashe County wound up third with a second-place finish in men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Elkin 106, Wilkes Central 101, Ashe County 93, West Wilkes 91.5, Starmount 74.5, North Wilkes 68, Alleghany 63.5, East Wilkes 63.

Three Rivers 1-A/2-A: The top three schools remained unchanged after the spring sports season and that means the Conference Cup for top school Whiteville, which finished first in softball and women’s soccer. Fairmont held off third-place finisher Red Springs, the conference men’s tennis champion, to finish second in the conference thanks to a league title in baseball. Conference Standings: Whiteville 120, Fairmont 97.5, Red Springs 97, South Columbus 81, St. Paul’s 77.5, East Columbus 74, South Robeson 60.5, West Columbus 51.5.

Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: Hendersonville reclaimed the top spot after the spring and won the Conference Cup, beating out previous conference frontrunner Polk County thanks to league titles in baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field. Polk County settled for second despite spring championships in women’s soccer and men’s outdoor track and field. Charles D. Owen surged from its previous sixth-place position to finish the year in a tie for third with Avery County. Owen tied for first in women’s soccer with Polk County and also finished second in men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Hendersonville 170, Polk County 168.5, Charles D. Owen 150, Avery County 150, Mountain Heritage 145.5, Madison 111.5, Mitchell 101.5.


Class 2-A Conference Results:
Central Carolina 2-A: Top finishes in men’s golf and men’s tennis as well as a runner-up finish in women’s soccer solidified Salisbury’s Conference Cup victory. West Davidson was the runner-up with spring championships in women’s soccer and women’s outdoor track and field, and second-place performances in baseball, softball, men’s golf, and men’s tennis. East Davidson rounds out the top three, finishing first in baseball and softball this spring. Conference Standings: Salisbury 164.5, West Davidson 156, East Davidson 145.5, Lexington 129, North Rowan 126.5, Thomasville 96.5.

East Central 2-A: Croatan secured the Conference Cup this spring with league titles in baseball, women’s soccer, and men’s tennis. Second-place finisher East Duplin finished first in men’s golf and second in softball, while North Brunswick finished first in softball and tied for first in baseball with Croatan to round out the top three. Conference Standings: Croatan 156, East Duplin 149, North Brunswick 139.5, Northside 129, Dixon 126.5, Southwest Onslow 124.

Eastern Carolina 2-A: Previous fourth-place South Lenoir surged in the spring with a top finish in softball and a second-place finish in men’s outdoor track and field to capture the Conference Cup. Ayden-Grifton moved up one spot to finish the year second, thanks to runner-up performances in baseball and women’s outdoor track and field. The year ended in a tie for third place between previous conference leader North Lenoir and Kinston. Conference Standings: South Lenoir 54, Ayden-Grifton 50, North Lenoir 49, Kinston 49, Greene Central 44, Goldsboro 43.

Eastern Plains 2-A: After leading the way through the winter season, Washington continued its top form and took the Conference Cup, finishing first in softball, men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and men’s outdoor track and field. Beddingfield finished close behind in second, tying for first with Washington in softball, and also finishing second in women’s soccer as well as men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. North Pitt finished third, just edging out previous third-place Farmville Central. Conference Standings: Washington 69.5, Beddingfield 64, North Pitt 52, Farmville Central 49.5, North Johnston 45.5, SouthWest Edgecombe 30.5.

Mid-State 2-A: Carrboro captured the Conference Cup, continuing its dominance with another strong sports season. The Cup winner won spring championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and both men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Jordan-Matthews broke its winter deadlock with Reidsville to finish in sole possession of second, thanks to top finishes in baseball and softball, and a runner-up finish in men’s outdoor track and field. Reidsville finished the year in a tie for third with Graham, despite taking second in baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: Carrboro 94, Jordan-Matthews 70, Reidsville 57, Graham 57, Cummings 43, Bartlett Yancey 38.

Northern Carolina 2-A: The North Carolina School of Science and Math was able to break its winter deadlock with Franklinton to win the Conference Cup, thanks to a top finish in men’s tennis, and runner-up performances in men’s golf and men’s outdoor track and field. Bunn captured spring championships in baseball, softball, and men’s golf to move up one spot and finish as the runner up in the conference. Franklinton fell to third despite tying with NCSSM in men’s tennis, men’s golf, and men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: NCSSM 91, Bunn 84, Franklinton 79, South Granville 69, Roanoke Rapids 68, Durham School of the Arts 64, Southern Vance 49, Warren County 34.

Northeastern Coastal 2-A: First Flight, after trailing the entire year, finally overcame conference opponent Northeastern and captured the Conference Cup with league titles in men’s tennis and women’s soccer, and a second-place finish in men’s golf. Northeastern finished as the conference runner-up, just edging out third-place finisher Currituck thanks to a spring championship in softball and a second-place finish in men’s outdoor track and field. Currituck had a stellar spring season, consisting of conference crowns in baseball, men’s golf, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: First Flight 96, Northeastern 94, Currituck 93, Edenton 69, Pasquotank 52, Hertford County 40, Bertie 26.

PAC 6 2-A: With a share of the conference baseball championship and second-place finishes in women’s soccer, men’s tennis, men’s golf, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, Randleman was able to surpass previous frontrunner Wheatmore to claim the Conference Cup. Wheatmore settled for second, tying for first in softball and finishing third in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field. Trinity placed third, thanks to championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Randleman 78.5, Wheatmore 75.5, Trinity 67, Providence Grove 60.5, Eastern Randolph 45, High Point Andrews 42.5.

Rocky River 2-A: The top three schools finish the year only separated by a single point, with Central Academy winning the Conference Cup. The top school finished first in men’s tennis and second in men’s golf and women’s soccer this spring. Mount Pleasant, previously fourth in the conference, finished as the conference runner-up, just edging out Parkwood thanks to top finishes in baseball and men’s outdoor track and field, as well as a second-place finish in women’s outdoor track and field. Parkwood wound up third with spring championships in men’s golf and women’s soccer, and a runner-up performance in softball. Conference Standings: Central Academy 69, Mount Pleasant 68.5, Parkwood 68, West Stanly 61.5, Forest Hills 57.5, Monroe 44.5.

Southern District 7 2-A: The year-long conference frontrunner secured the Conference Cup as Newton-Conover finished the year strong with league titles in men’s tennis, men’s golf, and women’s soccer. Second place belonged to East Lincoln, which finished first in women’s soccer and women’s outdoor track and field. Bandys finished the year in third with second-place performances in baseball and men’s golf. Conference Standings: Newton-Conover 107, East Lincoln 101.5, Bandys 87.5, Maiden 80.5, Bunker Hill 74.5, West Caldwell 66, West Lincoln 61.5, Lincolnton 58.

Western Piedmont 2-A: West Stokes wins the Conference Cup, taking the top spot from Surry Central thanks to spring championships in baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s soccer. Surry Central settled for second with a runner-up finish in men’s tennis. Forbush finished only one point behind in third, finishing first in softball and second in men’s golf and women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: West Stokes 84, Surry Central 75.5, Forbush 74.5, South Stokes 67.5, North Surry 63.5, Carver 24.


Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results:
Big South 2-A/3-A: Conference championships in men’s tennis and women’s soccer as well as second-place finishes in men’s and women’s outdoor track and field procure the Conference Cup for Ashbrook. Forestview, who was fourth after the winter season, finished second thanks to a sweep of the conference outdoor track and field championships, a first-place finish in men’s golf, and second-place performances in baseball and men’s tennis. Lake Norman Charter fell one spot and wound up in third, tying with Cup winner Ashbrook for first in women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: Ashbrook 209.5, Forestview 203, Lake Norman Charter 201, South Point 197, East Gaston 174.5, North Gaston 159, Hunter Huss 130.5, Stuart Cramer 116.5.

South Mountain Athletic 2-A/3-A: Shelby secured the Conference Cup with spring titles in men’s golf and men’s outdoor track and field, and a second-place performance in women’s soccer. Kings Mountain was the runner up, finishing first in men’s tennis and second in softball this spring. Crest settled for third with runner-up performances in men’s golf and men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Shelby 129, Kings Mountain 109, Crest 108, J.C. Draughn 98.5, R-S Central 83, Burns 71.5, East Burke 68.5, East Rutherford 68.5, Chase 50.

Western North Carolina Athletic 2-A/3-A: Both West Henderson and Pisgah had solid spring seasons, but the conference frontrunner West Henderson proved too tough for Pisgah and took home the Conference Cup. West Henderson finished first in softball and second in baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field, while runner-up Pisgah tied for first in softball with West Henderson, and also won league titles in baseball and men’s golf. Franklin finished third with conference crowns in women’s soccer and men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: West Henderson 99, Pisgah 95.5, Franklin 86.5, North Henderson 74, East Henderson 66, Brevard 66, Smoky Mountain 60, Tuscola 57.


Class 3-A Conference Results:
Big 8 3-A: A spring championship in men’s outdoor track and field, a tie for first in women’s soccer, and runner-up finishes in baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field secured the Conference Cup for Chapel Hill. Cardinal Gibbons settled for second despite winning conference crowns in men’s tennis, men’s golf, and women’s outdoor track and field, as well as a tie for first in women’s soccer with Chapel Hill. Cedar Ridge held off Northwood to finish third, thanks to a second-place performance in men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Chapel Hill 116.5, Cardinal Gibbons 110.5, Cedar Ridge 85.5, Northwood 80.5, Orange 78, J.F. Webb 38, Northern Vance 37.5, Southern Durham 30.5.

Big East 3-A: Hunt tied for first in both softball and women’s soccer, and finished second in men’s golf and men’s tennis to maintain its top form and take the Conference Cup. Fike finished second, tying for first with Hunt in women’s soccer and finishing first in men’s golf. Third place went to Rocky Mount, which swept the conference outdoor track and field championships. Conference Standings: Hunt 179, Fike 171.5, Rocky Mount 166, Southern Nash 152, Northern Nash 150.5, Nash Central 137.5.

Cape Fear Valley 3-A: Terry Sanford took the Conference Cup, remaining on top after the spring season thanks to league titles in baseball, men’s tennis, and men’s outdoor track and field. Second place went to Union Pines, which finished first in women’s soccer and women’s outdoor track and field. Lee County captured third, finishing first in men’s golf and second in softball this spring. Conference Standings: Terry Sanford 129.5, Union Pines 112.5, Lee County 101, Southern Lee 82, Gray’s Creek 63, Westover 46, Douglas Byrd 42.

Coastal 3-A: In a fierce fight for first and the Conference Cup, Swansboro just barely edged out rival Jacksonville, winning the Cup by a single point thanks to spring championships in softball, women’s outdoor track and field, and women’s soccer. Runner-up Jacksonville won a share of the conference women’s soccer title, as well as taking first in baseball, men’s golf, men’s tennis, and men’s outdoor track and field. West Carteret finished in third, with second-place performances in men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Swansboro 102, Jacksonville 101, West Carteret 99, Havelock 67, White Oak 56, West Craven 53, Richlands 48.

Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ledford leads the conference through the final sports season and wins the Conference Cup with a first-place finish in softball, and second-place finishes in men’s golf and women’s outdoor track and field. Asheboro moved up one place and edged out Central Davidson to finish second, thanks to a league title in men’s outdoor track and field and a runner-up performance in men’s tennis. Central Davidson wound up third with a second-place finish in women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: Ledford 95, Asheboro 81, Central Davidson 80.5, Western Guilford 71, Southwestern Randolph 62, North Forsyth 51.5, Southern Guilford 49.5.

Mid State 3-A: Northern Guilford’s year-long conference dominance fittingly ends with the Conference Cup, as the top school finished first in baseball, men’s tennis, men’s lacrosse, women’s soccer, and men’s outdoor track and field this spring. Walter Williams broke the winter tie with Eastern Alamance to finish in sole possession of second, thanks to a championship in softball and runner-up finishes in men’s golf, women’s soccer, and women’s outdoor track and field. Third place went to Eastern Alamance, which finished second in lacrosse. 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.

Mountain Athletic 3-A: A sweep of the conference outdoor track and field championships as well as top finishes in men’s tennis and baseball kept T.C. Roberson on top and earned the school the Conference Cup. A.C Reynolds finished second, winning a championship in women’s soccer and finishing second in softball and women’s outdoor track and field. Third place narrowly went to Asheville, edging out North Buncombe thanks to runner-up finishes in men’s golf, women’s soccer, and men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 216, A.C. Reynolds 175, Asheville 157, North Buncombe 156, Enka 130, McDowell 129, Clyde Erwin 99.

South Piedmont 3-A: With spring championships in women’s soccer and women’s outdoor track and field, Cox Mill earned the Conference Cup. Hickory Ridge was the runner-up with second-place finishes in women’s soccer and men’s outdoor track and field. Third-place finisher Concord won a league title in men’s outdoor track and field this spring. Conference Standings: Cox Mill 692.5, Hickory Ridge 647.5, Concord 615, East Rowan 610, Jesse Carson 600, Northwest Cabarrus 517.5, South Rowan 487.5, West Rowan 455, Central Cabarrus 432.5.

Southern Carolina 3-A: Marvin Ridge rallied to take over the top spot and win the Conference Cup, dominating the spring with championships in baseball, men’s golf, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Weddington settled for second with runner-up finishes in men’s tennis, men’s golf, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Third place went to Piedmont, which finished second in softball this spring. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 154, Weddington 150.5, Piedmont 131, Sun Valley 115.5, Cuthbertson 110, Anson 76.

Two Rivers 3-A: Corinth Holders captured the Conference Cup with a sweep of the outdoor track and field championships, first-place finishes in women’s soccer and softball, and second-place performances in men’s tennis and men’s golf. Cleveland held on to finish the year in second, finishing first in men’s tennis and men’s golf, and second in women’s outdoor track and field this spring. Third place belongs to Triton, which held off the rest of the pack to round out the top three schools. Conference Standings: Corinth Holders 200.5, Cleveland 198, Triton 179.5, Western Harnett 166, South Johnston 161.5, Smithfield-Selma 153.5.


Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results:
Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A: With spring championships in men’s golf and women’s soccer, and second-place performances in baseball and softball, D.H. Conley won the Conference Cup after leading all year. New Bern and J.H. Rose finished in a tie for second as J.H. Rose drew level with New Bern, thanks to league titles in baseball and men’s tennis. New Bern finished second in men’s golf and women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: D.H. Conley 95, J.H. Rose 90, New Bern 90, South Central 81, C.B. Aycock 58.5, Eastern Wayne 57.5, Southern Wayne 37.

Mideastern 3-A/4-A: Hoggard held on to first through the spring season to take the Conference Cup, with championships in men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s lacrosse. League titles in baseball and women’s track helped keep New Hanover in second, where it finished the year. Ashley and Laney finish close behind New Hanover in a tie for third. Ashley finished first in softball and men’s outdoor track and field, while Laney captured conference crowns in softball and men’s golf this spring. Conference Standings: Hoggard 117, New Hanover 103, Ashley 100.5, Laney 100.5, Topsail 61, West Brunswick 54, South Brunswick 48.

North Piedmont 3-A/4-A: Another dominant sport season secured the Conference Cup for Lake Norman, which finished first in men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and women’s outdoor track and field, and second in baseball and men’s outdoor track and field. Mooresville moved up from its previous fourth-place position to finish second, thanks to a top finish in men’s outdoor track and field, and runner-up finishes in men’s tennis and women’s outdoor track and field. Alexander Central holds on to finish third with conference crowns in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Lake Norman 882.5, Mooresville 697.5, Alexander Central 690, South Iredell 647.5, North Lincoln 595, North Iredell 492.5, West Iredell 452.5, Statesville 432.5.

Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: Watauga reclaimed the top spot in the conference and took the Conference Cup, thanks to spring championships in men’s tennis and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Previous conference leader Hickory finished the year in second, finishing second in men’s tennis and men’s golf this spring. South Caldwell moved up one spot to finish third, capturing conference crowns in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Watauga 200, Hickory 196.5, South Caldwell 189, Freedom 180, St. Stephens 177.5, Fred T. Foard 164.5, Patton 159, Hibriten 150.5.


Class 4-A Conference Results
All Metro 4-A: Page ends the year on top and takes the Conference Cup, winning league titles in men’s tennis and men’s golf as well as finishing second in baseball and women’s soccer. Grimsley held on to finish second with a top finish in women’s soccer, and runner-up performances in men’s tennis and women’s outdoor track and field. Third place belonged to Southern Alamance, which tied for first in softball and also finished second in men’s golf this spring. Conference Standings: Page 89.5, Grimsley 79.5, Southern Alamance 73.5, Southeast Guilford 70, Dudley 41, B.L. Smith 33.5

CAP 8 4-A: A top finish in baseball and second-place finishes in men’s tennis, men’s golf, softball, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field earned Millbrook the Conference Cup. Broughton held off Leesville Road to finish the year in second with conference crowns in men’s golf, women’s lacrosse, and men’s outdoor track and field, and a runner-up performance in men’s lacrosse. Third-place finisher Leesville Road captured spring championships in men’s lacrosse and women’s soccer, and finished second in softball. Conference Standings: Millbrook 144.5, Broughton 121.5, Leesville Road 119, Wakefield 100.5, Sanderson 98, Heritage 79, Wake Forest 69.5, Enloe 65.

Central Piedmont 4-A: Reagan secured the top spot to win the Conference Cup, finishing first in men’s lacrosse and second in baseball, men’s golf, women’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Mount Tabor held on to second with a championship in men’s outdoor track and field, and runner-up finishes in men’s tennis and women’s soccer. Third place belonged to West Forsyth, which finished first in women’s soccer and second in softball this spring. Conference Standings: Reagan 917.5, Mount Tabor 837.5, West Forsyth 805, R.J. Reynolds 745, North Davidson 630, Davie 617.5, Parkland 372.5.

Greater Neuse River 4-A: The back-and-forth between Garner and Clayton continued through spring with Garner making the final statement by capturing the Conference Cup, thanks to first-place finishes in softball and women’s soccer. Clayton finished a close second, winning championships in baseball and men’s tennis this spring. West Johnston held on to third with a solid spring season consisting of a tie for first in women’s soccer with Garner, and second-place performances in softball, men’s golf, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Garner 235, Clayton 233, West Johnston 220.5, Knightdale 192.5, Harnett Central 190, Southeast Raleigh 188.5, East Wake 178, Rolesville 129.5.

MeCKa 4-A: W.A. Hough wins the Conference Cup, putting an exclamation point on the year with a stellar spring season consisting of championships in baseball, men’s tennis, and men’s golf. Jay M. Robinson is the runner up, finishing first in softball and second in men’s outdoor track and field this spring. Mallard Creek passed Hopewell to finish the year in third, thanks to a sweep of the conference outdoor track and field championships. Conference Standings: W.A. Hough 137.5, Jay M. Robinson 111.5, Mallard Creek 107.5, Hopewell 100.5, North Mecklenburg 83, A.L. Brown 78, Vance 36.5, West Charlotte 24.

Mid-South 4-A: Jack Britt’s top form continued through the spring as the top school claimed the Conference Cup with league titles in men’s golf and women’s soccer, and runner-up finishes in men’s tennis and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. The winter tie between South View and Pine Forest has been broken, as South View finished the year in sole possession of second, thanks to a sweep of the conference outdoor track and field championships, and a second-place finish in softball. Pine Forest takes third, tying for first in baseball this spring. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 107.5, South View 85.5, Pine Forest 83.5, Cape Fear 81, Overhills 59.5, E.E. Smith 41, Seventy-First 40.

PAC 6 4-A: East Chapel Hill is able to beat out conference rival Jordan and claim the Conference Cup, breaking the winter between the two schools thanks to top finishes in men’s golf, men’s lacrosse, and men’s tennis. Jordan settles for second despite finishing first in women’s soccer and men’s outdoor track and field this spring. Riverside finishes the year in third with a first-place finish in baseball. Conference Standings: East Chapel Hill 92.5, Jordan 88, Riverside 77, Northern 65, Hillside 40.5, Person 39.5.

Piedmont Triad 4-A: Its another stellar sports season for Northwest Guilford as the top school deservedly wins the Conference Cup. Northwest Guilford finished first in baseball, softball, men’s tennis, men’s lacrosse, and men’s golf this spring. Runner-up finisher Ragsdale tied with Northwest Guilford for second in women’s lacrosse, as well as finished first in men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, and second in men’s golf. East Forysth moves up one spot to finish the year in third, thanks to top finishes in women’s lacrosse and women’s soccer, and runner-up performances in men’s lacrosse and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 105.5, Ragsdale 80, East Forsyth 75, Southwest Guilford 70.5, High Point Central 61, Glenn 49.

SoMeck 8 4-A: Ardrey Kell used the spring sports season to separate itself from the rest of the pack and claim the Conference Cup. The top school finished first in baseball, softball, men’s golf, and men’s outdoor track and field. Providence stepped into the second-place spot where it finished the year, winning a championship in women’s soccer, and finishing second in baseball and men’s outdoor track and field. Charlotte Catholic fell one spot and finishes the year in third, despite finishing first in men’s tennis and second in women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: Ardrey Kell 132, Providence 118, Charlotte Catholic 116, South Mecklenburg 85, Olympic 79.5, West Mecklenburg 53, Berry Academy 52, Harding 22.5.

Southeastern 4-A: A dominant spring season to match its formidable performance earlier earned Pinecrest the Conference Cup. The top school’s spring campaign consisted of championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and men’s outdoor track and field, as well as second-place finishes in softball, women’s soccer, and women’s outdoor track and field. Richmond was the runner-up, with conference crowns in baseball and softball, and a second-place performance in men’s tennis. Third place goes to Scotland, which finished second in men’s golf and men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 89.5, Richmond 66, Scotland 60, Lumberton 53, Hoke 42.5, Purnell Swett 37.5.

Southwestern 4-A: With league titles in men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and women’s outdoor track and field, Myers Park maintained its top form and claimed the Conference Cup. David Butler earned runner-up honors with a championship in men’s outdoor track and field, and a second-place finish in women’s outdoor track and field. Third place belongs to Porter Ridge, who finished first in both softball and men’s golf this spring. Conference Standings: Myers Park 187, David Butler 173, Porter Ridge 162, Independence 156, East Mecklenburg 140, Garinger 130, Rocky River 112.

Southwest Wake 4-A: Green Hope wins the Conference Cup after owning the top spot in all three sports seasons. The top school captured championships in baseball, men’s golf, and men’s tennis this spring. Top finishes in women’s lacrosse and men’s outdoor track and field earned Apex the runner-up spot in the conference. Panther Creek finishes third with a conference crown in women’s soccer and a second-place finish in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Green Hope 141.5, Apex 132, Panther Creek 121.5, Holly Springs 100.5, Middle Creek 98, Athens Drive 81.5, Cary 77.5, Fuquay-Varina 71.5.


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