Metro 4-A: Northwest Guilford clinched the Wachovia Cup after a spring season in which it captured league titles in menâ€s track, softball, and a tie for first place in baseball. Page was second with an outright menâ€s tennis championship and a tie for second in womenâ€s soccer. East Forsyth was right behind in third, with a first place tie in baseball and a womenâ€s soccer championship. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 94, Page 74.5, East Forsyth 73.5, Grimsley 71.5, High Point Central 53, Ben L. Smith 27.5.
Triad 3-A: The Cup winner is Western Guilford, thanks to championships in baseball, womenâ€s track, and womenâ€s soccer. Northern Guilford was second while Rockingham County rounds out the top three. Conference Standings: Western Guilford 107.5, Northern Guilford 90, Rockingham County 79, Morehead 77.5, Western Alamance 76.5, Northeast Guilford 74, Dudley 61.5, Bartlett Yancey 60
Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ragsdale clinched the Cup following a spring season in which it captured championships in baseball, soccer, tennis, and menâ€s track. A womenâ€s track title and second place finishes in golf, tennis, and womenâ€s track allowed Southeast Guilford to end the year as the runner-up. Asheboro was third overall, thanks to a second place finish in baseball and third place finishes in menâ€s track and tennis, the latter being a tie. Conference Standings: Ragsdale 230.5, Southeast Guilford 211.5, Asheboro 197, Trinity 187.5, Southwestern Randolph 155.5, Eastern Randolph 152.5, Randleman 143.5.
Piedmont Triad 3-A: Reagan ended the spring as the Cup winner after capturing league crowns in womenâ€s soccer, menâ€s track, and menâ€s golf. Championships in baseball and menâ€s tennis allowed Southwest Guilford to end the year in second. Parkland placed third on the strength of a womenâ€s track title and a runner-up finish in menâ€s track. Conference Standings: Reagan 86.5, Southwest Guilford 76, Parkland 70, Glenn 68, High Point Andrews 44, Carver 19.5.
North State 2-A: West Stokes captured this yearâ€s Cup after a superb spring that resulted in league titles in menâ€s tennis, softball, and womenâ€s soccer, as well as second place finishes in golf, baseball, and womenâ€s track. Reidsville is the conference runner-up, with second-place finishes in menâ€s tennis and womenâ€s soccer. Conference Standings: West Stokes 176, Reidsville 154.5, Eastern Guilford 149, McMichael 148, Southern Guilford 128.5, Atkins 82.
Northwest 1-A: Bishop McGuinness managed to hold its lead in the conference following the winter season, clinching with league championships in golf and a tie for first place in both baseball and soccer. A tennis title and a runner-up finish in menâ€s track allowed Mount Airy to nail down the second place slot in the conference race. South Stokes rounds out the top three on the strength of a tie for first in soccer and third place finishes in golf and menâ€s track. Conference Standings: Bishop McGuinness 127.5, Mount Airy 109.5, South Stokes 97.5, West Wilkes 93.5, East Surry 91.5, East Wilkes 81.5, Elkin 67.5, North Stokes 67.5, Alleghany 56.