Spring 2017 Wells Fargo Conference Cup Standings Announced

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Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, has announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2017 spring sports season. The Wells Fargo Cup award, sponsored by Wells Fargo and the NCHSAA, recognizes the 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: Hobbton comes out on top after the spring season thanks to a women’s track championship, a second-place finish in men’s golf and a third-place finish in men’s track. In second place is Rosewood with championships in baseball and men’s track. Princeton is in third place with a softball championship and a second-place finish in men’s track. Conference Standings: Hobbton 85, Rosewood 78.5, Princeton 75, Lakewood 70, Spring Creek 66, James Kenan 56, North Duplin 50, Neuse Charter 35.5.

Central Tar Heel 1-A: West Montgomery is in first place after the spring season thanks to championships in baseball, men’s golf and women’s track. In second place is North Moore with championships in men’s tennis and men’s track. In third place is East Montgomery with a women’s soccer championship and a second-place finish in women’s track. Conference Standings: West Montgomery 840, North Moore 782.5, East Montgomery 735, Chatham Central 650, South Davidson 610, Uwharrie Charter 450, Chatham Charter 432.5.

Coastal 10 1-A: Camden County is the frontrunner after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s and women’s track, a first-place tie in softball and a second-place tie in baseball. In second place is Manteo with a second-place finish in women’s track, a second-place tie in baseball and a third-place finish in softball. Perquimans is in third place with a baseball championship and a first-place tie in softball. Conference Standings: Camden County 101, Manteo 88, Perquimans 87, Gates County 70, Cape Hatteras 54.5, Plymouth 51, Ocracoke 30, Mattamuskeet 27, Creswell 19.5, Columbia 19.

Coastal Plains 1-A: East Carteret takes the top spot after the spring season with a softball championship and third-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. In second place there is a tie between Lejeune and Pamlico County. Lejeune with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track and Pamlico County with a second-place finish in baseball and a third-place finish in softball. Conference Standings: East Carteret 595, Lejeune 480, Pamlico County 480, Southside 452.5, Northside 450, Bear Grass Charter 287.5, Jones Senior 255.

North Central Athletic Conference 1-A: Franklin Academy is in first place after the spring season thanks to championships in women’s soccer, men’s golf and women’s track along with a second-place finish in men’s track and a tied second-place finish in softball. In second place is Raleigh Charter with a men’s tennis championship and a second-place finish in men’s golf along with a tied second-place finish in women’s soccer. Voyager Academy is in third place with a baseball championship and a second-place finish in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Franklin Academy 93, Raleigh Charter 88.5, Voyager Academy 79, Roxboro Community 61.5, Research Triangle 47, Woods Charter 36.5, East Wake Academy 34.5, River Mill Academy 32.5, Kestrel Heights 29, Falls Lake Academy 28.5.

Northwest 1-A: Mount Airy is in first place after the spring sports season thanks to championships in men’s track, men’s golf and men’s tennis. In second place is Bishop McGuinness with championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. East Surry is in third place with a softball championship and second-place finishes in men’s golf and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Mount Airy 98, Bishop McGuinness 89, East Surry 87, Walkertown 69, Atkins 66.5, North Stokes 57, Winston-Salem Prep 29.5.

Smoky Mountain 1-A: Sweeping the track championships along with a baseball championship, Murphy is in first place after the spring season. In second place is Swain County with a men’s golf championship and a second-place finish in women’s track. Hayesville is in third place with a second-place finish in men’s golf and a third-place finish in baseball. Conference Standings: Murphy 143.5, Swain County 137.5, Hayesville 126.5, Cherokee 110, Robbinsville 101.5, Andrews 88, Rosman 87, Hiwassee Dam 66, Blue Ridge 57.5, Highlands 49, Nantahala 18.

Southern Piedmont 1-A: Pine Lake Preparatory takes home the top spot after the spring sports season thanks to a men’s tennis championship and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. In second place is Lincoln Charter with championships in softball, baseball, men’s golf and men’s tennis along with a second-place finish in women’s soccer. Community School of Davidson is in third place with championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis along with a second-place finish in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Pine Lake Preparatory 241, Lincoln Charter 233, Community School of Davidson 220, Highland School of Technology 203, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy 190, Mountain Island Charter 179, Bessemer City 162, Cherryville 161, Piedmont Charter 73.

Tar Roanoke 1-A: With a women’s soccer championship and second-place finishes in baseball and softball, Granville Central is in first place. In second place is Louisburg with championships in softball and men’s track. Oxford Preparatory Charter is in third place with championships in men’s golf and baseball. Conference Standings: Granville Central 53, Louisburg 51, Oxford Preparatory Charter 37, KIPP Pride 33, Southeast Halifax 27, Weldon 23, Northwest Halifax 21.

Two Rivers 1-A: With championships in baseball, softball and women’s track along with a second-place finish in men’s track, Riverside-Martin is in first place. In second place is Tarboro with a men’s tennis championship and second-place finishes in baseball and softball. Northampton is in third place with a men’s track championship and a second-place finish in women’s track. Conference Standings: Riverside-Martin 55, Tarboro 44, Northampton County 34, South Creek 32, North Edgecombe 24, Rocky Mount Prep 14.

Uwharrie Athletic 1A: With second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track and baseball along with a second-place tie in softball, North Stanly is in first place. In second place is Gray Stone Day with a women’s track championship, a first-place tie in women’s soccer and a second-place finish in men’s golf. Union Academy is in third place with championships in baseball, men’s track, men’s golf and a first-place tie in women’s soccer. Conference Standings: North Stanly 412.5, Gray Stone Day 382.5, Union Academy 342.5, South Stanly 287.5, Queens Grant 210, Albemarle 205.

Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results

Four County 1-A/2-A: With a women’s soccer championship and a second-place finish in men’s golf, Clinton is in first place. In second place is Midway with championships in baseball and men’s golf. Pender is in third place with a women’s track championship. Conference Standings: Clinton 109.5, Midway 108, Pender 97.5, Wallace-Rose Hill 91, Heide Trask 81.5, West Bladen 68, East Bladen 67, Union 38.5.

Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: Wilkes Central is in first place after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s golf and women’s soccer. In second place is East Wilkes with a first-place tie for men’s tennis. Ashe County is in third place with championships in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Wilkes Central 110, East Wilkes 91.5, Ashe County 91, Elkin 84, North Wilkes 83, West Wilkes 79, Alleghany 72.5, Starmount 65.

Three Rivers 1-A/2-A: Jumping ahead of the competition, Whiteville is in first place after the spring season thanks ot championships in baseball, softball and women’s soccer. In second place is South Columbus with championships in softball and men’s tennis. Red Springs and St. Pauls are tied for third place. Conference Standings: Whiteville 100.3, South Columbus 87.3, Red Springs 72.5, St. Pauls 72.5, Fairmont 65.5, East Columbus 57.3, West Columbus 38, South Robeson 33.5.

Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: With championships in women’s soccer, women’s track and men’s track, Hendersonville is in first place. In second place is Owen with a men’s tennis championship and second-place finishes in baseball, softball, women’s soccer and men’s golf. Avery County is in third place with a men’s golf championship and a second-place finish in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Hendersonville 195, Owen 174, Avery County 161, Mountain Heritage 156, Polk County 149.5, Madison 122.5, Mitchell 98.

Class 2-A Conference Results

Central Carolina 2-A: With championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis along with second-place finishes in baseball, men’s golf and men’s track, Salisbury is in first place after the spring season. In second place is East Davidson with championships in women’s track and softball along with a second-place finish in baseball. West Davidson is in third place thanks to championships in men’s golf and baseball along with second-place finishes in softball, women’s track and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Salisbury 166.5, East Davidson 156, West Davidson 152, Lexington 135, Thomasville 114.5, North Rowan 98.

East Central 2-A: Croatan took the top spot over North Brunswick on the strength of first place finishes for the Men’s Golf and Tennis teams. They also took second place in Men’ and Women’s Outdoor Track. North Brunswick held off East Duplin for second place with a second place finish in softball and first place teams for Baseball and both Men’s and Women’s Track. Conference Standings: Croatan 170, North Brunswick 153.5, East Duplin 151, Dixon 148, Northside-Jacksonville 144, Southwest Onslow 138.5.

Eastern Carolina 2-A: With a tied first-place finish in softball, South Lenoir is in first place after the spring season. In second place is North Lenoir with a baseball championship and a second-place finish in men’s track. Greene Central is in third place with a first-place tie in softball. Conference Standings: South Lenoir 580, North Lenoir 485, Greene Central 475, Ayden-Grifton 470, Goldsboro 395, Kinston 365.

Eastern Plains 2-A: Washington is the frontrunner after the spring season thanks to championships in women’s soccer and men’s golf along with a second-place finish in men’s tennis. North Johnston is in second place with championships in baseball and softball. In third place is North Pitt with third-place finishes in baseball and men’s track. Conference Standings: Washington 70.5, North Johnston 66.5, North Pitt 56.5, Beddingfield 55, Farmville Central 52, Southwest Edgecombe 46.5.

Mid State 2-A: Carrboro comes out on top after the spring season thanks to championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis along with second-place finishes in men’s golf and men’s track. In second place is Reidsville with championships in baseball, men’s golf and men’s track along with a second-place finish in men’s tennis. Jordan-Matthews is in third place with a softball championship and a second-place finish in women’s soccer. Conference standings: Carrboro 86, Reidsville 68, Jordan-Matthews 62.5, Bartlett Yancey 53, Graham 44.5, Cummings 40.

Northeastern Coastal 2-A: First Flight is in first place after the spring sports season thanks to championships in men’s golf and women’s soccer along with second-place finishes in baseball and women’s track. Currituck County is in second place with a women’s track championship and a second-place finish in women’s soccer. In third place is John A. Holmes with championships in men’s tennis, baseball and softball along with a second-place finish in men’s golf. Conference Standings: First Flight 102, Currituck County 94, John A. Holmes 84, Northeastern 82, Pasquotank County 50, Hertford County 49, Bertie 31.

Northern Carolina 2-A: N.C. School of Science and Math is first place after the spring season thanks to championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis along with a second-place finish in men’s golf. In second place is Franklinton with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. South Granville is in third place with championships in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: N.C. School of Science and Math 89.5, Franklinton 85, South Granville 79.5, Roanoke Rapids 77, Durham School of the Arts 75.5, Bunn 66, Southern Vance 34, Warren County 30.5.

PAC 6 2-A: Wheatmore takes the top spot after the spring season thanks to second-place finishes in women’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s track and men’s golf. In second place is Trinity with a women’s soccer championship. Randleman is in third place with a baseball championship and a second-place finish in men’s track. Conference standings: Wheatmore 89, Trinity 66.5, Randleman 63.5, Providence Grove 62.5, Eastern Randolph 51.5, T.W. Andrews 34.

Rocky River 2-A: After a close race for the top spot, West Stanly comes out on top with a baseball championship and second-place finishes in men’s tennis and men’s golf along with a tied second-place finish in softball. In second place is Mount Pleasant with a men’s tennis championship, a second-place finish in women’s track and a tied second-place finish in softball. Parkwood is in third place with championships in men’s track, women’s soccer and women’s track. Conference Standings: West Stanly 74, Mount Pleasant 72.5, Parkwood 71, Central Academy of Technology and Arts 64, Forest Hills 51.5, Monroe 43.

Southern District 7 2-A: East Lincoln comes out on top after the spring season thanks to a baseball championship and second-place finishes in softball and men’s track. In second place is Newton-Conover with championships in men’s tennis and women’s soccer along with a second-place finish in men’s golf. Lincolnton and Maiden are tied for third place; Lincolnton with a second-place finish in women’s soccer and Maiden with a second-place finish in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: East Lincoln 114.5, Newton-Conover 95.5, Lincolnton 90.5, Maiden 90.5, West Lincoln 79.5, Bunker Hill 72, West Caldwell 68, Bandys 58.5.

Western Piedmont Athletic 2-A: Forbush takes the top spot after the spring season thanks to championships in softball, baseball and women’s track. In second place is Surry Central with second-place finishes in baseball and men’s tennis. West Stokes is in third place with championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Forbush 86, Surry Central 77, West Stokes 74, North Surry 70, South Stokes 52, Carver 26.

Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results

Big South 2-A/3-A: After a close race for the top spot, Forestview is in first place thanks to championships in women’s soccer, women’s track, men’s tennis and men’s track. Lake Norman Charter is in second place thanks to a men’s golf championship and a tied first-place finish in softball. In third place is South point with a first-place tie in baseball and second-place ties in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Forestview 208, Lake Norman Charter 207, South Point 192.5, Stuart Cramer 182.5, Ashbrook 180.5, North Gaston 162.5, East Gaston 151, Hunter Huss 141.

South Mountain Athletic 2-A/3-A: Kings Mountain is in first place after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s golf, women’s soccer and men’s track. In second place is Crest with second-place finishes in men’s golf and softball. Shelby is in third place with a men’s tennis championship and a second-place finish in men’s track. Conference Standings: Kings Mountain 135.5, Crest 106, Shelby 100, Draughn 98, East Burke 94, R.S. Central 92, East Rutherford 74.5, Chase 56.5, Burns 45.5.

Western North Carolina Athletic 2A-3A: With a women’s track championship, a second-place finish in men’s tennis and a third-place finish in men’s golf, West Henderson is in first place. In second place is Tuscola with championships in men’s golf and women’s soccer. Franklin is in third place with a baseball championship and second-place finishes in women’s soccer and softball. Conference Standings: West Henderson 99.5, Tuscola 90, Franklin 89, Pisgah 82.5, Smoky Mountain 80, Brevard 80, North Henderson 66, East Henderson 40.5.

Class 3-A Conference Results

Big 8 3-A: Chapel Hill takes home the top spot after the spring season with championships in women’s soccer, men’s tennis and men’s and women’s track along with second-place ties in baseball and men’s lacrosse. In second place is Orange with a tied first-place finish in softball and a second-place finish in women’s soccer along with a tied second-place finish in baseball. In third place is Cedar Ridge with a men’s lacrosse championship and second-place finishes in men’s tennis and men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Chapel Hill 98, Orange 82, Cedar Ridge 78, Northwood 75.5, J. F. Webb 43, Southern Durham 40, Northern Vance 27.

Big East 3-A: Fike comes out on top after the spring sports season thanks to a men’s golf championship and second-place finishes in men’s tennis, women’s soccer and softball. Hunt is in second place with championships in baseball and softball. In third place is Rocky Mount with championships in men’s track, women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Fike 177, Hunt 170, Rocky Mount 169, Northern Nash 162.5, Nash Central 158.5, Southern Nash 151.

Cape Fear Valley 3-A: With championships in baseball, men’s tennis and women’s soccer, Terry Sanford is in first place. In second place is Union Pines with championships in men’s golf and men’s and women’s track. In third place is Lee County with a softball championship and a second-place tie in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Terry Sanford 110.5, Union Pines 109, Lee County 87, Gray’s Creek 82.5, Southern Lee 81.5, Westover 46, Douglas Byrd 35.5.

Coastal 3-A: West Carteret won the Coastal 3A Conference Cup. West took the title over Swansboro on the strength of first-place finishes in Men’s Golf, Men’s Tennis and Women’s Track and Field during the spring season. Swansboro held off Jacksonville for second place thanks to a first place mark in Men’s Track and Men’s Tennis. Conference Standings: West Carteret 123, Swansboro 106, Jacksonville 100, White Oak 70, Havelock 64, Richlands 63, West Craven 52.

Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ledford is in first place after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s tennis, baseball, softball and men’s track along with a first-place tie in women’s soccer. In second place is Asheboro with a men’s golf championship and a first-place tie in women’s soccer. Central Davidson is in third place with a second-place finish in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Ledford Senior 106, Asheboro 89, Central Davidson 77.5, Western Guilford 64.5, Southwestern Randolph 63.5, Southern Guilford 48, North Forsyth 40.5.

Mid-State 3-A: Northern Guilford comes out on top after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s lacrosse, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s track along with a first-place tie in baseball. In second place is Western Alamance with second-place finishes in women’s soccer, softball and men’s tennis along with third-place finishes in baseball and men’s golf. Walter M. Williams is in third place with a men’s golf championship and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 104.5, Western Alamance 94, Walter M. Williams 93, Eastern Alamance 82.5, Rockingham County 69.5, Eastern Guilford 71, Dalton McMichael 67.5, John M. Morehead 56, Northeast Guilford 52.

Southern Piedmont 3-A: Hickory Ridge is the frontrunner after the spring season thanks to a softball championship and a second-place finish in women’s soccer. In second place is Cox Mill with championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Jay M. Robinson is in third place with second-place finishes in men’s tennis and baseball. Conference Standings: Hickory Ridge 730, Cox Mill 720, Jay M. Robinson 540, Jesse Carson 537.5, Concord 490, West Rowan 485, Northwest Cabarrus 450, Central Cabarrus 447.5, East Rowan 427.5, South Rowan 382.5.

Southern Carolina 3-A: With championships in baseball, men’s golf and men’s track, Marvin ridge is in first place after the spring season. In second place is Weddington with a women’s soccer championship and a tied first-place finish in men’s tennis. Cuthbertson is in third place with a women’s track championship and second-place finishes in baseball, men’s golf and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 872.5, Weddington 830, Cuthbertson 740, Piedmont 667.5, Sun Valley 642.5, Anson 367.5.

Two Rivers 3-A: Corinth Holders is in first place after the spring season thanks to championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis along with first-place ties in men’s golf and baseball and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. In second place is Cleveland with championships in men’s and women’s track along with second-place finishes in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Triton is in third place with a first-place tie in men’s golf and a second-place tie in softball. Conference Standings: Corinth Holders 208.5, Cleveland 204.5, Triton 176, South Johnston 167.5, Western Harnett 154.5, Smithfield-Selma 147.

Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results

Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A: With a men’s tennis championship, a second-place finish in men’s track and a tied second-place finish in women’s soccer, D.H. Conley is in first place. In second place is New Bern with a men’s golf championship and a tied second-place finish in women’s soccer. J.H. Rose is in third place with championships in baseball and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: D.H. Conley 115, New Bern 92.5, J.H. Rose 83.5, South Central 77, C.B. Aycock 71, Eastern Wayne 59.5, Southern Wayne 44.5.

Mideastern 3-A/4-A: Hoggard jumps ahead of the competition thanks to championships in men’s and women’s lacrosse and women’s soccer. New Hanover is in second place with championships in baseball, men’s golf and men’s tennis. In third place is Laney with a women’s track championship and a second-place finish in men’s lacrosse. Conference Standings: Hoggard 121.5, New Hanover 100.5, Laney 96.5, Topsail 80, Ashley 76.5, South Brunswick 57, West Brunswick 56.

Mountain Athletic 3-A/4-A: With championships in baseball, men’s golf and women’s track, T.C. Roberson is in first place. In second place is A.C. Reynolds with championships in women’s soccer and men’s track. Asheville is in third place with a men’s tennis championship. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 216, A.C. Reynolds 195, Asheville 160, North Buncombe 142, McDowell 136, Enka 114, Erwin 91.

North Piedmont 3-A/4-A: Lake Norman is the frontrunner after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis and baseball. In second place is Mooresville with championships in men’s track and softball. South Iredell is in third place with championships in women’s track and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Lake Norman 832.5, Mooresville 735, South Iredell 720, Alexander Central 692.5, North Iredell 545, North Lincoln 532.5, Statesville 495, West Iredell 422.5.

Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: Hickory takes the top spot after the spring season thanks to a women’s soccer championship, a second-place tie in men’s lacrosse and a third-place finish in men’s tennis. In second place is Watauga with championships in men’s tennis and women’s track. St. Stephens is in third place with a men’s lacrosse championship and a second-place finish in women’s track. Conference Standings: Hickory 212, Watauga 208, St. Stephens 193.5, South Caldwell 187.5, Freedom 174, Hibriten 172, Fred T. Foard 166.5, Patton 164.5.

Class 4-A Conference Results

All-Metro 4-A: Page is the frontrunner after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s track and men’s golf along with a tied first-place finish in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. In second place is Southeast Guilford with championships in baseball and women’s track along with a second-place finish in men’s track and a tied second-place finish in softball. Grimsley is in third place with first-place ties in men’s tennis and women’s soccer along with second-place finishes in men’s golf and baseball. Conference Standings: Page 101, Southeast Guilford 75, Grimsley 74, Southern Alamance 59.5, James B. Dudley 44, Ben L. Smith 41.5.

Cap 8 4-A: With championships in baseball and women’s track along with second-place finishes in men’s golf, women’s soccer and men’s lacrosse, Leesville Road is in first place. In second place is Millbrook with a men’s track championship, a second-place finish in men’s tennis and third-place finishes in women’s lacrosse, softball and baseball. In third place is Needham Broughton with championships in women’s lacrosse, men’s golf and men’s lacrosse along with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Leesville Road 139, Millbrook 126.5, Needham Broughton 108.5, Heritage 104, Wakefield 94, Sanderson 93, Wake Forest 81, W.G. Enloe 74.

Central Piedmont 4-A: With championships in women’s lacrosse, women’s soccer, women’s track and baseball, West Forsyth is in first place after the spring season. In second place is Mount Tabor with championships in men’s lacrosse, men’s track and men’s golf. Ronald Reagan is in third place with a baseball championship and a second-place finish in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: West Forsyth 860, Mount Tabor 845, Ronald Reagan 827.5, R.J. Reynolds 760, North Davidson 652.5, Davie 650, Parkland 452.5.

Greater Neuse River 4-A: Clayton and Garner Magnet are tied for first place after the spring sports season. Clayton secured championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis and women’s soccer while Garner magnet secured championships in baseball, softball and men’s track. In third place is Rolesville with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Clayton 210.5, Garner Magnet 210.5, Rolesville 207, West Johnston 206.5, Harnett Central 173, Southeast Raleigh 163.5, Knightdale 160, East Wake 145.

MeCKa 4-A: W.A. Hough is the frontrunner after the spring season thanks to championships in baseball, women’s soccer, men’s golf and men’s tennis. Mallard Creek is in second place with championships in men’s and women’s track and second-place finishes in men’s tennis and women’s soccer. Hopewell is in third place with a second-place finish in men’s golf and a tied second-place finish in softball. Conference Standings: W.A. Hough 115, Mallard Creek 103, Hopewell 74, A.L. Brown 73.5, North Mecklenburg 73, Zebulon Vance 38.5, West Charlotte 24.

Mid-South Athletic 4-A: After a very close race for first place, Cape Fear comes out on top thanks to championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis and softball along with a tied first-place finish in baseball. In second place is Jack Britt with a tied first-place finish in baseball and second-place finishes in men’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and women’s soccer. South View is in third place with championships in men’s and women’s track and a second-place finish in softball. Conference Standings: Cape Fear 102, Jack Britt 101, South View 85, Pine Forest 80.5, Overhills 76.5, Seventy-First 41, E.E. Smith 37.

PAC 6 4-A: Cardinal Gibbons takes the top spot after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s golf, women’s soccer, men’s tennis and men’s lacrosse. In second place is East Chapel Hill with a tied first-place finish in softball and second-place finishes in men’s golf and women’s soccer. Charles E. Jordan is in third place with championships in baseball and men’s track. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 123.5, East Chapel Hill 102, Charles E. Jordan 92.5, Riverside-Durham 72, Northern Durham 64.5, Hillside 46, Person 40.5.

Piedmont Triad 4A: Northwest Guilford comes out on top after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s golf, men’s lacrosse, men’s tennis and softball along with second-place finishes in baseball and women’s lacrosse. In second place is Southwest Guilford with championships in baseball, softball and men’s track along with second-place finishes in women’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s track and men’s golf. Ragsdale is in third place thanks to a women’s lacrosse championship and a second-place finish in men’s track. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 108.5, Southwest Guilford 98, Ragsdale 71, East Forsyth 67.5, High Point Central 55, Robert B. Glenn 39.

SoMeck 8 4-A: Ardrey Kell is in first place after the spring sports season thanks to championships in men’s golf and men’s tennis along with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. In second place is Charlotte Catholic with a softball championship and a second-place finish in men’s golf. Providence is in third place with championships in baseball, men’s golf and men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Ardrey Kell 125, Charlotte Catholic 118, Providence 117.5, South Mecklenburg 100, Olympic 85, Berry Academy 53.5, West Mecklenburg 40.5, Harding 19.5.

Southeastern 4A: With championships in women’s track, men’s tennis, women’s soccer and men’s golf, Pinecrest is in first place. In second place is Richmond Senior with a softball championship. Hoke County is in third place with a men’s track championship and a second-place finish in women’s track. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 90, Richmond Senior 73, Hoke County 50.5, Lumberton 49, Scotland 45.5, Purnell Swett 34.

Southwest Wake 4-A: Green Hope is the frontrunner after the spring season thanks to championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis and women’s soccer. Panther Creek is in second place with a women’s track championship and a second-place finish in men’s tennis. In third place is Apex with a women’s lacrosse championship and a second-place finish in softball. Conference Standings: Green Hope 173, Panther Creek 152, Apex 136.5, Middle Creek 134.5, Holly Springs 113, Cary 92.5, Athens Drive 81.5, Apex Friendship 75, Fuquay-Varina Senior 74.

Southwestern 4-A: With championships in women’s soccer, men’s golf, men’s tennis, men’s track and women’s track, Myers Park is in first place. In second place is David W. Butler with championships in baseball and softball. Porter Ridge is in third place with second-place finishes in women’s soccer, men’s golf and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Myers Park 131, David W. Butler 112.5, Porter Ridge 101.5, Independence 81, East Mecklenburg 74.5, Rocky River 53.5, Garinger 17.


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