Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Charlotte Latin wins N.C private-school Wachovia Cup

Charlotte Latin won its fifth consecutive Wachovia Cup as the top athletic program in the N.C. Independent School Athletic Association’s 3A classification.

Wachovia Cup points are awarded to the top eight playoff teams in every sport. State championships are worth 50 points, runner-ups 45, third place 40, etc.

Latin won state championships in girls’ cross country, boys’ soccer, volleyball, girls’ soccer and track, and was state runner-up in football.

The Hawks had 680 points, followed by Charlotte Country Day (615), Providence Day (577.5), Forsyth Country Day (465), Raleigh Ravenscroft (450), Durham Academy (445), Cary Academy (420), Wesleyan Christian (262.5), Greensboro Day (255) and Concord Cannon (237.5).

Country Day was champion in boys’ lacrosse, and second in volleyball, girls’ swimming, wrestling, girls’ lacrosse and boys’ tennis. Providence Day won the boys’ track title, and was second in girls’ cross country, boys’ soccer, girls’ tennis, girls’ basketball and boys’ lacrosse.

Fayetteville Academy won the NCISAA 2A Wachovia Cup, and Kerr-Vance Academy was the 1A champion.

- Cliff Mehrtens


Anonymous said...

The Hawks are f'n naaaaaasty. Get some of that CCDS!!!

Anonymous said...

PD 4 Life!!!!!

shawn said...

charlotte christian has all your daddies

Anonymous said...

Charlotte Christian dummied down their program when it went public. CC fans and Meck county schools know better than play the big 3. Isn't it a shame that we all live in this town and your school system won't let you play us. REason- you might lose but does it make any sense to you that they are scared of that? Tell your ADs to call our ADs and we will play you anywhere and anytime. There it is-booom