Friday, December 18, 2009

Fall sports Wachovia Cup Leaders

Wachovia Bank, a Wells Fargo company, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the standings for fall sports in the Wachovia Cup competitions for the 2009-10 academic year.

The Wachovia Cup award, sponsored by Wachovia and the NCHSAA, recognizes the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications. Wachovia has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.
   
The Wachovia Conference Cup, formerly known as the Wachovia Trophy, is a companion to the Wachovia Cup. The Conference Cup is awarded to schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performance in each individual
athletic conference.
   
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: Princeton is in first place after the fall, with a tie for
first in volleyball with Rosewood and a second-place finish in football.
Ayden-Grifton and Rosewood are in a deadlock for second, with Ayden-Grifton
finishing first in women’s tennis and second in men’s soccer, while Rosewood
wound up second in women’s tennis along with its tie for first in
volleyball. Conference Standings: Princeton 17, Ayden-Grifton 16, Rosewood
16, North Duplin 15, Goldsboro 13, Spring Creek 12.

Coastal Plains 1-A: Dixon dominated the fall with conference titles in
volleyball, men’s soccer, women’s tennis and golf, and men’s and women’s
cross country. Southwest Onslow is in second after a first-place finish in
football. Conference Standings: Dixon 335, Southwest Onslow 220, East
Carteret 190, Lejeune 180, Jones Senior 155, Pamlico 145.

Four Rivers 1-A: Manteo secures the top spot in the conference, thanks to
league crowns in football and men’s soccer. Williamston is in second,
finishing second in both football and volleyball. Perquimans finished first
in volleyball and is currently in third overall. Conference Standings:
Manteo 41.5, Williamston 37.5, Perquimans 32, Camden 29, Northside 28.5,
Southside 26.5, Roanoke 18.5, Plymouth 16.5.

Smoky Mountain 1-A: Murphy leads the conference through the fall with a
first-place finish in football, and third-place finishes in men’s and
women’s cross country.  Hayesville, in second place overall, captured the
men’s cross country championship, and was second in soccer. Swain is in
third, tying Murphy with a first-place finish in football.
Conference Standings: Murphy 61, Hayesville 60.5, Swain 59.5, Robbinsville
53, Andrews 39, Highlands 24, Blue Ridge 19.5, Rosman 18, Cherokee 15.5,
Hiwassee Dam 9, Nantahala 6.


Tar Roanoke 1-A: Gates County leads the way, capturing championships in both
men’s and women’s cross country. The runner-up in football, North Edgecombe,
is in second place. Conference Standings: Gates County 210, North Edgecombe
175, Northampton-East 165, Southeast Halifax 150, KIPP Pride 145, Weldon 90,
Northampton-West 70.

Tideland 1-A: Jamesville is the conference leader after the fall season,
with a top     finish in volleyball. Cape Hatteras ended the fall season
just a half-point out of first place. Conference Standings: Jamesville 12.5,
Cape Hatteras 12, Columbia 9.5, Creswell 9, Bear Grass 7, Mattamuskeet 4.

Tri County 1-A: Pender sits atop the conference after a first-place finish
in volleyball, and a second place finish in football. Hobbton is in second
with a conference title in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Pender 22,
Hobbton 21, Wallace-Rose Hill 17.5, Union 16.5, James Kenan 15.5, Heide
Trask 15.5, Midway 14.5, Lakewood 12.5.

Yadkin Valley 1-A: East Montgomery sits atop the conference after a
first-place finish in women’s tennis, and a tie for first in men's soccer
with second-place Gray Stone Day. Gray Stone Day also finished first in
men’s and women’s cross country. South Stanly is in third, bolstered by a
second-place finish in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: East
Montgomery 252.5, Gray Stone Day 242.5, South Stanly 235, Albemarle 220,
Chatham Central 202.5, North Moore 190, North Rowan 160, South Davidson 160.

Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results

Carolina 9 1-A/2-A: There is a tie for the conference lead between Carrboro
and the North Carolina School of Science and Math. Carrboro finished first
in both men’s and women’s cross country, while NCSSM led the way in women’s
tennis. The third-place finisher, Northwood, captured the men’s soccer
championship. Conference Standings: Carrboro and NCSSM 33 each, Northwood
31, Cedar Ridge 29, Raleigh Charter 25, Durham School of the Arts 20, South
Granville 15, River Mill 5, Granville Central 5.

Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: Thanks to first-place finishes in football and
volleyball, and a second-place spot in men’s soccer, Starmount holds the
lead. Forbush is in second place after a first-place finish in women’s golf.
Wilkes Central finished first in men’s soccer and second in men’s cross
country, resulting in a third-place finish overall. Conference Standings:
Starmount 50.5, Forbush 41, Wilkes Central 39, Ashe County 38, West Wilkes
33, Elkin 31.5, East Wilkes 30.5, Alleghany 29.5, North Wilkes 13.

Northwest 1-A/2-A: Bishop McGuinness finished first in both men’s and
women’s cross country and second in men’s soccer, earning it first place in
the conference after the fall season. Surry Central is in second, taking
first in men’s soccer and second in men’s cross country. Mount Airy
currently sits in third with first-place finishes in both football and
women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Bishop McGuinness 45.5, Surry Central
37, Mount Airy 35, West Stokes 31, East Surry 28.5, South Stokes 28.5, North
Stokes 27.5, North Surry 24, Winston Salem Prep 7.

Rocky River 1-A/2-A: Piedmont leads the way after a first-place finish in
volleyball and a second-place finish in men’s soccer. West Stanly is just
one point behind in second, finishing first in women’s cross country, and
second in both men's cross country and women’s tennis. Cuthbertson is in
third place, capturing top league honors in both men’s cross country and
soccer. Conference Standings: Piedmont 44, West Stanly 43, Cuthbertson 39,
North Stanly 33, Central Academy 21.5, Union Academy 21.5, Berry Academy
20.5, Forest Hills 20.5, Monroe 20.

Southern Piedmont 1-A/2-A: Championships in football, men’s soccer, and
volleyball propelled East Lincoln to the top of the conference standings.
North Lincoln sits in second place, capturing a championship in women’s
tennis. Lincolnton is in third with second-place finishes in both football
and men’s soccer. Conference Standings: East Lincoln 72, North Lincoln 62,
Lincolnton 54, West Lincoln 42, Highland 35, Cherryville 16, Bessemer City
10, Challenger 8.

Three-Rivers 1-A/2-A: St. Paul’s is in first after a championship in women’s
cross country. Fairmont is the runner-up, finishing first in football and
women’s tennis. League titles in football and volleyball have East Columbus
in third. Conference Standings: St. Paul’s 30, Fairmont 24, East Columbus
20, South Robeson 18, Red Springs 17, West Columbus 12.

Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: Charles D. Owen captured championships in men’s
cross country, women’s tennis and golf to hold the league's top spot.
Hendersonville is just a half-point off the pace, earning second place with
a championship in women’s cross country, and tying for first place with Polk
in men’s soccer and volleyball. Polk is in third place. Conference
Standings: Owen 81.5, Hendersonville 81, Polk 77.5, Mountain Heritage 71,
Avery 65, Thomas Jefferson 45, Madison 36.5, Mitchell 21.

Class 2-A Conference Results

Catawba Valley 2-A: Bandys edged out Newton-Conover for the top spot in the
conference with championships in football and volleyball, and a second-place
finish in men’s cross country. Newton-Conover finished second in football,
women’s tennis, and volleyball. J.C. Draughn is in third, with first-place
finishes in men’s soccer, men's cross country, and women’s cross country.
Conference Standings: Bandys 35, Newton-Conover 34, J.C. Draughn 33, Maiden
28.5, East Burke 24.5, Bunker Hill 23, South Iredell, West Caldwell 10.

Central Carolina 2-A: League titles in women’s cross country, tennis, and
men’s soccer have Salisbury atop the conference standings at the end of the
fall. West Davidson is the runner-up, taking the conference crown in
volleyball and finishing second in men’s soccer. Central Davidson is in
third after a first-place finish in men’s cross country.
Conference Standings: Salisbury 53.5, West Davidson 50, Central Davidson
47.5, East Davidson 43.5, Lexington 37.5, Thomasville 32.

East Central 2-A: East Duplin edges out Swansboro for first place in the
conference after first-place finishes in football, volleyball, and women’s
tennis; Swansboro was first in both men’s soccer and volleyball. Topsail is
in third place. Conference Standings: East Duplin 69.5, Swansboro 68.5,
Topsail 65, Richlands 62, Croatan 60, Northside 50, Clinton 46, South Lenoir
46.

Eastern Plains 2-A: Farmville Central secures the top spot in the
conference, thanks to a championship in women’s cross country. Tarboro is
the runner-up, with a first-place finish in men’s soccer. Beddingfield
finishes right behind Tarboro with championships in volleyball and men’s
cross country. Conference Standings: Farmville Central 29, Tarboro 27.5,
Beddingfield 27, Greene Central 22.5, North Pitt 22, Southwest Edgecombe
20.5, Kinston 18.5.

Mid-State 2-A: Jordan-Matthews is the conference leader at the end of the
fall season after winning championships in men’s soccer and a tie for
women’s tennis. Eastern Randolph is the runner-up after a first-place finish
in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Jordan-Matthews 30.5, Eastern
Randolph 29, Bartlett Yancey 26.5, Reidsville 25.5, Providence Grove 23,
Graham 18.5, Cummings 11.5.

Northern Carolina 2-A: A strong fall season for Roanoke Rapids resulted in
league championships in football, men’s soccer, women’s cross country and
tennis. Bunn is the runner-up, finishing first in volleyball. Conference
Standings: Roanoke Rapids 35.5, Bunn 29, Franklinton 28.5, Louisburg 26,
North Johnston 24.5, Warren County 14.5, Northwest Halifax 4.

Piedmont 2-A: Trinity captured championships in men’s soccer as well men’s
and women’s cross country to ensure it the top spot in the conference after
the fall season. Randleman is in second with a first-place finish in
volleyball, and a second-place finish in women’s tennis. A championship in
women’s tennis and a second-place finish in men’s and women’s cross country
have Wheatmore in third. Conference Standings: Trinity 30, Randleman 25.5,
Wheatmore 23, T.W. Andrews 15.5, Atkins 10.5, Carver 7.5.

Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results

Appalachian Athletic 2-A/3-A: Conference crowns in women’s golf, volleyball,
and men’s and women’s cross country earned West Henderson the top spot in
the conference. Franklin is in second place after a women’s tennis
championship. Tuscola is in third with a first-place finish in football.
Conference Standings: West Henderson 310, Franklin 260, Tuscola 245, Brevard
235, East Henderson 195, Pisgah 185, Smoky Mountain 170, North Henderson
160.

Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: First Flight is the early leader in the
conference,  with league titles in men’s soccer and cross country and
second-place finishes in volleyball, football, and women’s tennis.
Northeastern is in second, finishing first in volleyball and second in
women’s cross country and men's tennis. A first-place finish in women’s
cross country, and second-place finishes in men’s cross country and soccer
have Currituck in third. Conference Standings: First Flight 36, Northeastern
32, Currituck 27, Edenton 25, Hertford County 17, Pasquotank 17, Bertie 8.

South Mountain Athletic 2-A/3-A: Shelby finished the fall in first place,
thanks to league titles in football, men's soccer, women’s tennis, and men’s
and women’s cross country. Patton is the runner-up, earning a conference
title in volleyball. Conference Standings: Shelby 37, Patton 26, R-S Central
25.5, Burns 22, Freedom 21.5, Chase 19, East Rutherford 14.

Waccamaw 2-A/3-A: With championships in volleyball, men’s soccer, and men’s
cross country, West Brunswick leads the way after the fall season. South
Brunswick finishes first in women’s tennis and second in volleyball and
men’s cross country, earning them a second-place finish overall. East Bladen
finishes third after a championship in football. Conference Standings: West
Brunswick 45.5, South Brunswick 40.5, East Bladen 29.5, Whiteville 25, West
Bladen 23.5, North Brunswick 20.5, South Columbus 20.5.

Class 3-A Conference Results

Big East 3-A: Rocky Mount leads the conference after capturing championships
in volleyball and in women’s tennis, tying for first with conference
runner-up, Hunt finishes third, winning titles in football and men’s soccer.
Conference Standings: Rocky Mount 57.5, Fike 48.5, Hunt 48, Nash Central 47,
Northern Nash 44, Southern Nash 40.

Big South 3-A: Forestview's conference championships in men and women’s
cross country, women’s tennis, and a tie for the football title with South
Point secured it the top spot in the league. South Point’s first place tie
in football, and a championship in women’s golf put South Point in second
place overall. Ashbrook is in third with a league title in men’s soccer.
Conference Standings: Forestview 77.5, South Point 71.5, Ashbrook 71, North
Gaston 54, Crest 53, Kings Mountain 49, Hunter Huss 34.

Cape Fear Valley 3-A: A strong fall season for Union Pines with
championships in men’s cross country and women’s tennis has it in first
place. Overhills sits in second with a first-place finish in women’s cross
country. Western Harnett is in third overall after a tie for first in
volleyball. Conference Standings: Union Pines 35, Overhills 32, Western
Harnett 29.5, Southern Lee 29, Gray’s Creek 28.5, Westover 18, Douglas Byrd
14.

Carolina 3-A: Cardinal Gibbons is the conference leader, thanks to
championships in women’s tennis, volleyball, and football. Chapel Hill is a
close second with conference titles in men’s and women’s cross country, and
a tie for first in men’s soccer. Orange is in third place after placing
second in football. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 33.5, Chapel Hill
31.5, Orange 21, Southern Vance 17, Oxford Webb 15, Northern Vance 6.

Coastal 3-A: First place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country and
women’s golf have West Carteret atop the conference after the fall season.
South Central is in second with a second-place finish in volleyball, and
Jacksonville sits in third after a championship in men’s soccer. Conference
Standings: West Carteret 78, South Central 72, Jacksonville 68.5, D.H.
Conley 63.5, White Oak 61, Havelock 60, Washington 58, West Craven 46.

Eastern Carolina 3-A: Triton holds the top spot in the league, capturing
conference championships in volleyball and women’s cross country. Charles B.
Aycock took second in men’s soccer, women’s tennis and cross country,
earning it second place overall. South Johnston captured titles in football,
men’s cross country and soccer, and is in third. Conference Standings:
Triton 28, Charles B. Aycock 27.5, South Johnston 25, Eastern Wayne 24,
Southern Wayne 15.5, North Lenoir 11.

Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ledford is out in front after league crowns in women’s
tennis as well as men’s and women’s cross country. Northeast Guilford is in
second after a first place finish in football. Asheboro is currently in
third overall after taking first in men’s soccer. Conference Standings:
Ledford 29, Northeast Guilford 24, Asheboro 23.5, Southwestern Randolph
18.5, Southern Guilford 15.5, North Forsyth 14.5.

Mid State 3-A: Conference titles in women’s cross country, football, and a
tie for first in men’s soccer have Northern Guilford atop of the conference
after the fall season. Walter Williams is in second place, with a
first-place finish in women’s tennis, and a tie for the top spot in men’s
soccer. Eastern Alamance is in third with a championship in men’s cross
country. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 79.5, Walter Williams 79,
Eastern Alamance 70.5, McMichael 67, Western Alamance 61.5, Morehead 56.5,
Rockingham County 51, Eastern Guilford 46.

North Piedmont 3-A: With a championship in men’s cross country and a tie for
first in women’s tennis with Statesville, East Rowan sits in first. Along
with women’s tennis, Statesville captured a championship in women’s golf and
finished second in football to hold second overall. Jesse Carson is in third
with a first-place finish in women’s cross country. Conference Standings:
East Rowan 267.5, Statesville 252.5, Jesse Carson 235, South Rowan 217.5,
West Rowan 210, North Iredell 207.5, West Iredell 205.

South Piedmont 3-A: Concord is at the top of the conference after the fall
season with league titles in women’s tennis and men’s cross country, and
second-place finishes in football and women’s golf. Hickory Ridge edged out
Mount Pleasant for second place, tying for first in volleyball with Mount
Pleasant, and also finishing first in men’s cross country. Conference
Standings: Concord 287.5, Hickory Ridge 235, Mount Pleasant 232.5, Northwest
Cabarrus 225, A.L. Brown 222.5, Cox Mill 200, Jay Robinson 197.5, Central
Cabarrus 95.

Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results

Mega 7 3-A/4-A: Charlotte Catholic dominated the conference this fall with
league championships in volleyball, women’s tennis, both men’s and women’s
cross country, and soccer. Olympic took the title in football and finished
the fall season in second place. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic
41, Olympic 30.5, East Gaston 30, West Mecklenburg 20.5, Harding 18,
Garinger 9, E.E. Waddell 9.

Mountain Athletic 3-A/4-A: T.C. Roberson leads the conference, capturing
championships in men’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross country, women’s
tennis and golf. A.C. Reynolds is the runner-up with a first-place finish in
volleyball. Asheville took first in football and sits in third place
overall. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 87, A.C. Reynolds 77, Asheville
60, North Buncombe 54, Enka 48, Clyde Erwin 35, McDowell 31.

Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: Conference leader Watauga took fall
championships in women’s golf, tennis and cross country. Hickory is in
second, finishing first in volleyball and men’s soccer. Alexander Central is
currently in third after first-place finishes in football and women’s golf.
Conference Standings: Watauga 75.5, Hickory 63.5, Alexander Central 63,
South Caldwell 60, St. Stephens 52.5, Fred T. Foard 50, Hibriten 40.5.

Southern Carolina 3-A/4-A: After an excellent fall season, Marvin Ridge
leads the way with championships in men’s soccer, women’s golf, and a tie
for first with second-place Weddington in women’s tennis. Weddington also
captured a championship in volleyball. Porter Ridge is in third with a tie
for first in football. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 335, Weddington
302.5, Porter Ridge 267.5, Sun Valley 250, Parkwood 182.5, Anson 137.5.

Class 4-A Conference Results:

Cap Seven 4-A Results: Conference championships in men’s and women’s cross
county, and ties with Leesville in women’s tennis and men’s soccer have
Broughton at the top of the conference after the fall season. In second
place is Wakefield, with championships in women’s golf and volleyball.
Conference Standings: Broughton 42.5, Wakefield 32, Leesville Road 30.5,
Sanderson 26.5, Enloe 23, Millbrook 23, Wake Forest-Rolesville 18.5.

Central Piedmont 4-A: Mount Tabor dominated the fall season with titles in
volleyball and men’s and women’s cross country. R.J. Reynolds is second
overall, with top finishes in football and women’s tennis. Reagan is in
third with a championship in women’s golf. Conference Standings: Mount Tabor
320, R.J. Reynolds 275, Reagan 270, West Forsyth 265, Davie Country 230,
North Davidson 215.

Greater Neuse River 4-A: Clayton is in first place after capturing
championships in women’s golf, men’s soccer, and a tie for first in women’s
tennis. West Johnston finished first in men’s and women’s cross country and
is tied for second overall with East Wake. Conference Standings: Clayton 79,
West Johnston 66.5, East Wake 66.5, Southeast Raleigh 66, Garner 65.5,
Smithfield-Selma 64.5, Harnett Central 60.5, Knightdale 57.5.

I-Meck 4-A: Lake Norman captured league championships in women’s cross
country and tennis to hold the top spot after the fall season. Mallard Creek
sits in second with a first-place finish in football. North Mecklenburg is
in third with conference titles in volleyball and men’s soccer. Conference
Standings: Lake Norman 33.5, Mallard Creek 29.5, North Mecklenburg 29,
Mooresville 27, Hopewell 23, Vance 14, West Charlotte 12.

Metro 4-A: Page is in first place after conference crowns in both men’s and
women’s cross country and men’s soccer. Grimsley is close behind, with
first-place finishes in volleyball, women’s golf and tennis. Conference
Standings: Page 45, Grimsley 43, Southern Alamance 31, Western Guilford 22,
Southeast Guilford 19, Dudley 16, Smith 8.

Mid-Eastern 4-A: A dominant fall season for Hoggard, with championships in
football and men’s cross country, as well as second place finishes in
volleyball, women’s tennis and cross country, has the Vikings atop the
conference. New Hanover is in second with first-place finishes in men’s
soccer and cross country, and second-place finishes in football and men’s
cross country. Championships in volleyball and women’s tennis have Rose in
third. Conference Standings: Hoggard 34.5, New Hanover 28.5, Rose 25, Ashley
22.5, New Bern 20, Laney 16.5.

Mid-South 4-A: Jack Britt is the leader in the conference race after taking
league titles in women’s tennis, volleyball, and football. Terry Sanford is
the runner-up, with first-place finishes in women’s golf and cross country
and men’s soccer. South View finished first in men’s cross country and is in
third overall in the conference. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 45, Terry
Sanford 38, South View 36, Cape Fear 21, Pine Forest 20.5, Seventy-First 19,
E.E. Smith 13.5.

Pac-6 4-A: East Chapel Hill barely edges out Jordan for the conference lead,
capturing championships in men’s and women’s cross country and women’s
tennis. Jordan earned a first-place finish in men’s soccer, and a
second-place finish in women’s cross country. Riverside is currently in
third after taking second in both men’s soccer and women’s tennis.
Conference Standings: East Chapel Hill 31, Jordan 30.5, Riverside 29, Person
25.5, Northern Durham 24, Hillside 11.5, Southern Durham 10.5.

Piedmont Triad 4-A: Conference crowns in men’s and women’s cross country and
volleyball have propelled Northwest Guilford to the top of the conference
after the fall season. Ragsdale sits in second with championships in
football and women’s golf. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 41.5,
Ragsdale 40.5, East Forsyth 29.5, Southwest Guilford 29, High Point Central
24, Glenn 17.5, Parkland 10.

Southeastern 4-A: Pinecrest finishes the fall in first place, thanks to
titles in men’s soccer and women’s golf and a tie for first in women’s
tennis with third-place Scotland, who also finished first in volleyball.
Lumberton is in second place, winning championships in women’s cross country
and football. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 38, Lumberton 25, Scotland 24,
Richmond 22, Purnell Swett 17.5, Hoke County 15.5.

Southwestern 4-A: With conference titles in men’s soccer, women’s tennis,
volleyball, and women’s cross country, Myers Park sits atop the conference.
Ardrey Kell is in second with a title in men’s cross country. Providence is
currently in third after placing second in women’s tennis. Conference
Standings: Myers Park 218, Ardrey Kell 215, Providence 210, Butler 204,
South Mecklenburg 167.5, Independence 162.5, East Mecklenburg 162.

Tri Nine 4-A: Green Hope is in first after capturing championships in men’s
soccer women’s tennis, and both men’s and women’s cross country. Apex is the
runner up with a first-place finish volleyball. Athens Drive is in third
with a title in women’s golf. Conference Standings: Green Hope 53, Apex
47.5, Athens Drive 45.5, Panther Creek 37, Middle Creek 36, Cary 31, Fuquay
30.5, Holly Springs 22, Lee County 12.5.

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