Wachovia Conference Cup Final Totals Listed


2008-2009 Wachovia Conference Cup Winners Announced



Wachovia, a Wells Fargo company, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the final standings in the Wachovia Cup competitions for the 2008-2009 sports season.



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, a statewide award give to schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performance in each of the four classifications.



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

Atlantic 1-A: Second place finishes in both baseball and softball enabled Williamston to hold off the rest of the league and win the conference cup. Southside finished the year a close second after winning championships in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Williamston 50.5, Southside 46, Roanoke 43, Northside 40.5.



Albemarle 1-A: A league title in softball and a third place finish in baseball allowed Manteo to capture this year’s title. Camden is the conference runner-up on the strength of a second place finish in softball. Perquimans rounds out the top three, thanks to a championship in baseball. Conference Standings: Manteo 94.5, Camden 83.5, Perquimans 75.5, Plymouth 59.



Carolina 1-A: North Johnston is the winner after ending the spring with league championships in golf, tennis, and a share of first place in softball. Top finishes in baseball, track, and a tie for first in softball helped Rosewood finish in second place in the conference. Ayden-Grifton is right behind in third place after capturing the men’s and women’s track crowns. Conference Standings: North Johnston 67.5, Rosewood 48.5, Ayden-Grifton 48, Princeton 47.5, Spring Creek 44.5, North Duplin 15.



Coastal Plains 1-A: Topsail swept to the Conference Cup after winning titles in golf, tennis, and women’s track and soccer this spring. Dixon ended in second place thanks to a baseball championship. Conference Standings: Topsail 892.5, Dixon 772.5, East Carteret 702.5, Lejeune 570, Pamlico 470, Jones Senior 397.5.



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 men’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 men’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.



Smoky Mountain 1-A: A first, second, and third place finish in baseball, softball, and women’s track, respectively, helped propel Murphy to the championship. Swain ended the spring in second place in the conference race after capturing league titles in softball and women’s track. Hayesville placed third on the strength of runner-up finishes in golf and men’s track. Conference Standings: Murphy 162.5, Swain 156.5, Hayesville 155, Robbinsville 146, Rosman 108.5, Cherokee 102.5, Andrews 102, Hiwassee Dam 72, Highlands 56, Blue Ridge 48, Nantahala 23.



Super Six 1-A: Midway is this year’s winner after capturing league crowns in baseball, softball, and golf. James Kenan is the conference runner-up after ending the spring in first place in women’s track and second in soccer. Union is third, thanks to a tie for first place in softball. Conference Standings: Midway 47, James Kenan 45, Union 41.5, Wallace 35.5, Hobbton 30, Lakewood 29.



Tar Roanoke 1-A: Louisburg vaulted all the way from third to first place during the course of the spring season to capture the Cup. The second place team is Weldon, followed by Gates County. Conference Standings: Louisburg 283, Weldon 256, Gates County 251, Southeast Halifax 209, Northampton-East 196, North Edgecombe 169, Northampton-West 143.



Tideland 1-A: Jamesville is the Cup winner after capturing league championships in both baseball and softball this spring. Cape Hatteras is the runner-up with Creswell rounding out the top three. Conference Standings: Jamesville 35, Cape Hatteras 33, Creswell 26, Bear Grass 22, Columbia 21, Mattamuskeet 20, Ocracoke 4.



Yadkin Valley 1-A: Jordan-Matthews dominated the conference this spring, winning the Cup on the strength of league championships in baseball, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s track. East Montgomery ended the year a close second with a men’s tennis title and third place finishes in golf and women’s soccer. Chatham Central is close behind in third place after winning a golf championship, placing second in women’s track, and tying for third in baseball. Conference Standings: Jordan Matthews 154.5, East Montgomery 150.5, Chatham Central 149.5, West Montgomery 138.5, South Davidson 129, North Moore 125, Thomasville 123.



Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results

Mid-State 1-A/2-A: League crowns in men’s golf, tennis, track, and women’s soccer helped propel Cardinal Gibbons to the title. Orange is the second place team after ending the spring as the runner-up in baseball, softball, and women’s track. Northwood is third, thanks to a conference title in softball. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 146.5, Orange 111.5, Northwood 101, Cedar Ridge 98.5, Carrboro 96, North Carolina School of Science and Math 81, Durham School of the Arts 70.5, Graham 61, Raleigh Charter 53, Cummings 53.



Rocky River 1-A/2-A: Mount Pleasant is the winner of the conference cup after taking a title in softball and tying for third in baseball. West Stanly is a close second, thanks to conference championships in tennis and baseball as well as a tie for third place in softball. South Stanly is third, after capturing a league crown in women’s track and tying for third in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Mount Pleasant 129, West Stanly 121, South Stanly 108.5, Gray Stone Day 105, Albemarle 102.5, North Stanly 102.5, Forest Hills 96.5, Monroe 82.5, Central Academy 75.5, Union Academy 58.



Southeastern 1-A/2-A: League championships in softball and golf helped propel West Bladen to victory. Men’s and women’s track titles allowed St. Paul’s to end the year in second place. East Bladen rounds out the top three after finishing as the runner-up in softball and the third-place team in baseball. Conference Standings: West Bladen 52, St. Paul’s 49.5, East Bladen 47.5, Fairmont 44.5, Red Springs 39, West Columbus 38.5, South Robeson 37.



Southern Piedmont 1-A/2-A: East Lincoln captured this year’s conference cup with titles in baseball and men’s track. The second place team is North Lincoln after winning league championships in golf and women’s track. Conference Standings: East Lincoln 259, North Lincoln 245, Lincolnton 211, South Iredell 210, Highland 204, West Lincoln 195, Draughn 191, Cherryville 182, Bessemer City 128.



Waccamaw 1-A/2-A: South Brunswick is the Waccamaw 1A/2A conference cup champion after taking league titles in men’s golf, women’s track and soccer. Pender is the runner-up, thanks to a league crown in softball and a third place finish in women’s soccer. Top finishes in men’s track and baseball helped North Brunswick place third in the conference. Conference Standings: South Brunswick 130, Pender 104.5, North Brunswick 103, Whiteville 81, South Columbus 77, Heide Trask 67.5, East Columbus 56.



Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: Polk County takes the conference cup this year after placing first in baseball and women’s soccer, as well as finishing second in men’s track, golf, and tennis. League championships in men’s track and tennis helped Hendersonville take second place. Charles D. Owen rounds out the top three thanks to a first place tie in softball and a conference title in women’s track. Conference Standings: Polk County 175.5, Hendersonville 172, Owen 169, Mountain Heritage 151, Madison 118.5, Avery 109, Mitchell 106.5.



Class 2-A Conference Results

Central Carolina 2-A: Championships in men’s golf, men’s and women’s track, and a tie for first place in men’s tennis helped propel Salisbury to the top spot in the Cup race this year. Ledford ended the season in second place thanks to a league title in softball and a first place tie in men’s tennis. Conference championships in baseball and women’s soccer allowed West Davidson to take third. Conference Standings: Salisbury 141.5, Ledford 138, West Davidson 137, Central Davidson 132.5, East Davidson 112, Lexington 93.5, Providence Grove 89, North Rowan 79.5.



East Central 2-A: Croatan is the Cup winner thanks to league crowns in baseball, women’s tennis and women’s cross country. East Duplin is the second place team, after capturing conference championships in men’s tennis and volleyball. Swansboro rounded out the top three with titles in women’s track and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Croatan 175, East Duplin 162.5, Swansboro 160, Richlands 149.5, Clinton 147.5, South Lenoir 125, Southwest Onslow 124, Jacksonville Northside 119.5.



Eastern Plains 2-A: The Cup belongs to Farmville Central on the strength of championships in golf and softball. North Pitt ended the spring in second after taking league titles in men’s and women’s track. Greene Central is the third place team, with conference crowns in men’s and women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Farmville Central 60.5, North Pitt 58, Greene Central 54.5, Tarboro 54, North Lenoir 49.5, Goldsboro 36.5.



Mountain Valley 2-A: Wilkes Central is the Cup winner this year, thanks to top finishes in men’s tennis and golf, in addition to a second place finish in women’s tennis and men’s tennis. Starmount was the runner-up in the league after capturing championships in men’s baseball and men’s tennis. Ashe County was third with a league crown in women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Wilkes Central 198.5, Starmount 188.5, Ashe County 186, Forbush 176.5, North Surry 171, Surry Central 166.5, North Wilkes 141.



North State 2-A: West Stokes captured this year’s Cup after a superb spring that resulted in league titles in men’s tennis, softball, and women’s soccer, as well as second place finishes in golf, baseball, and women’s track. Reidsville is the conference runner-up, with second-place finishes in men’s tennis and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: West Stokes 176, Reidsville 154.5, Eastern Guilford 149, McMichael 148, Southern Guilford 128.5, Atkins 82.



Northern Carolina 2-A: Bunn is the Cup winner on the strength of a title in women’s track, runner-up finishes in baseball and golf, and a tie for third place in softball. Roanoke Rapids is the runner-up after a spring season that included championships in baseball, golf, and women’s soccer, second place finishes in men’s tennis and men’s track, and a third place tie in softball. Southern Vance finished third, thanks to outright titles in softball and men’s tennis, a second place finish in women’s track, and third place finishes in baseball and golf. Conference Standings: Bunn 165.5, Roanoke Rapids 161.5, Southern Vance 159, Franklinton 149.5, Warren County 101, Granville Central 97.5, Northwest Halifax 64.



Western Athletic 2-A: West Henderson managed to hold onto its winter points lead, winning the Cup on the strength of league titles in soccer, golf, and women’s track. North Henderson was the runner-up while a men’s track championship enables East Henderson to end the year in third place. Conference Standings: West Henderson 810, North Henderson 675, East Henderson 655, Pisgah 650, Brevard 650, Smoky Mountain 610.



Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results

Catawba Valley 2-A/3-A: Hickory clinched the Cup after the conclusion of the spring season, thanks to a men’s golf title and second place finishes in women’s soccer and women’s track. Fred T. Foard is the runner-up after second place finishes in men’s golf and men’s track. League championships in women’s soccer and softball enabled St. Stephens to nail down the third place position at the conclusion of the spring season. Conference Standings: Hickory 233, Fred T. Foard 221, St. Stephens 219.5, Hibriten 204.5, Newton-Conover 193, Patton 181.5, Bandys 173.5, Maiden 160, West Caldwell 147.5, Bunker Hill 146.5.



Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: First Flight captured the Cup in dominating fashion thanks to outright titles in baseball, women’s track, golf, tennis, and soccer. Northeastern was the second place team with titles of its own in baseball and softball, on top of third place finishes in golf and tennis. Currituck completes the top three with a runner-up finish in women’s track and third place finishes in men’s track and soccer. Conference Standings: First Flight 109, Northeastern 86, Currituck 81, Edenton 70, Hertford County 56, Pasquotank 49, Bertie 43.



Southwestern 2-A/3-A: Shelby took the Cup following a spring season in which it won championships in tennis and men’s track. R-S Central ended in second place with conference crowns in golf and women’s track. League titles in baseball and women’s soccer helped Kings Mountain nail down the third-place position. Conference Standings; Shelby 89.5, R-S Central 77, Kings Mountain 73.5, East Rutherford 60, Chase 42, Burns 32.



Class 3-A Conference Results

Cape Fear Valley 3-A: Harnett Central is the Cup champion after winning spring titles in baseball and softball, in addition to third place finishes in women’s soccer and men’s and women’s track. Triton was the runner-up with a league crown in softball, a second place finish in baseball, and a third place finish in golf. Union Pines secured third on the strength of conference championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis, as well as a runner-up finish in golf. Conference Standings: Harnett Central 225.5, Triton 217.5, Union Pines 209.5, Western Harnett 202.5, South Johnston 195, Southern Lee 177, Gray’s Creek 158.5, Overhills 155.5.



Eastern Carolina 3-A: A men’s golf and women’ soccer title, in addition to a second place finish in softball, was all Hunt needed to secure the Cup. Eastern Wayne was just behind in second place thanks to a baseball crown, as well as runner-up finishes in golf, soccer, tennis, and women’s track. The third place team in the conference race was Beddingfield, who captured second place in men’s track and third place in golf, soccer, softball, and women’s track. Conference Standings: Hunt 184.5, Eastern Wayne 178, Beddingfield 162, C.B. Aycock 157.5, Southern Wayne 151.5, Kinston 103.5.



Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ragsdale clinched the Cup following a spring season in which it captured championships in baseball, soccer, tennis, and men’s track. A women’s track title and second place finishes in golf, tennis, and women’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 men’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.



Mid-State 3-A: Williams is the Cup winner thanks to championships in golf, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s track. Runner-up finishes in golf, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s track pushed Eastern Alamance into second place. Southern Alamance rounded out the top three with a conference title of its own in baseball and a tie for second place in softball. Conference Standings: Williams 91, Eastern Alamance 84, Southern Alamance 73.5, Northern Vance 67.5, J.F. Webb 64.5, South Granville 59.5.



Mountain Athletic 3-A: Top finishes in women’s soccer, baseball, and women’s track allowed T.C. Roberson to clinch the Cup. A men’s track championship pushed Asheville into the second place spot, while North Buncombe finishes the year in third, thanks to a men’s tennis title. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 231, Asheville 185, North Buncombe 167, Tuscola 147, Enka 120, Franklin 115, Clyde Erwin 85.



NEW Six 3-A: Fike took the Cup on the strength of outright titles in men’s golf, women’s soccer, third place finishes in baseball and men’s and women’s track, as and a tie for third in men’s tennis. Rocky Mount is a close second after winning a league crown in women’s track, tying for first place in baseball, and finishing second in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Nash Central was third thanks to a championship in men’s track and a runner-up finish in women’s track. Conference Standings: Fike 178.5, Rocky Mount 170, Nash Central 166, Northern Nash 161.5, Southern Nash 141, SouthWest Edgecombe 118.



North Piedmont 3-A: Lake Norman ended a successful spring athletic season with a Cup victory after capturing league championships in tennis, baseball, and golf. Mooresville is the runner-up with an outright crown in men’s track and a tie for first place in women’s track. Northwest Cabarrus was third, with titles in softball and a tie for first in women’s track. Conference Standings: Lake Norman 792.5, Mooresville 695, Northwest Cabarrus 595.5, East Rowan 517.5, Statesville 465, South Rowan 455, West Rowan 412.5, West Iredell 370, North Iredell 292.5, Jesse Carson 267.5.



Piedmont Triad 3-A: Reagan ended the spring as the Cup winner after capturing league crowns in women’s soccer, men’s track, and men’s golf. Championships in baseball and men’s tennis allowed Southwest Guilford to end the year in second. Parkland placed third on the strength of a women’s track title and a runner-up finish in men’s track. Conference Standings: Reagan 86.5, Southwest Guilford 76, Parkland 70, Glenn 68, High Point Andrews 44, Carver 19.5.



South Piedmont 3-A: Marvin Ridge ended the spring on a high note, clinching the Cup with championships in baseball and men’s and women’s track. Hickory Ridge is second with a men’s golf title and a second place finish in women’s soccer. Porter Ridge rounded out the top three with a league crown in softball and a third place finish in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 837.5, Hickory Ridge 682.5, Porter Ridge 617.5, Sun Valley 567.5, Concord 560, Piedmont 537.5, A.L. Brown 505, Parkwood 435, Anson 330.



Triad 3-A: The Cup winner is Western Guilford, thanks to championships in baseball, women’s track, and women’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.



Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results

Big South 3-A/4-A: Forestview clinched the Cup with championships in men’s golf, women’s soccer, and men’s tennis. Ashbrook nailed down second with conference crowns in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Forestview 201.5, Ashbrook 194.5, East Gaston 174.5, South Point 173, Crest 163, North Gaston 135.5, Hunter Huss 134.



Coastal 3-A/4-A: A tie for first place in baseball and outright league championships in tennis and women’s track allowed J.H. Rose to capture the Cup. New Bern was the second place team with a tie for first place in baseball men’s soccer and track titles. Conference Standings: J.H. Rose 216.5, New Bern 211.5, West Carteret 183.5, D.H. Conley 178.5, South Central 178, Havelock 168, Washington 166.5, West Craven 99.5.



Mid-Eastern 3-A/4-A: The Cup this year goes to Hoggard after a spring season in which it captured titles in softball, men’s tennis, and men’s golf, as well second place finishes in baseball and women’s soccer, and a third place finish in men’s track. The runner-up in the conference is New Hanover, with second place finishes in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and women’s track. The third place team is Laney who won a baseball championship in addition to a runner-up finish in softball and third place finishes in men’s golf and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Hoggard 114.5, New Hanover 93.5, Laney 75, Ashley 69.5, White Oak 67, Jacksonville 66.5, West Brunswick 43.



Queen City 3-A/4-A: Charlotte Catholic dominated the spring athletic season, winning the Cup on the strength of league crowns in baseball, women’s soccer, golf, men’s tennis, and men’s track. Olympic was the runner-up, with second place finishes in golf, men’s tennis, and women’s soccer. West Mecklenburg took third with a conference title in softball and a second place finish in baseball. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic 128, Olympic 101, West Mecklenburg 84, Harding 67, Berry Academy 56, Garinger 31, E.E. Waddell 26.



Class 4-A Conference Results

CAP Seven 4-A: Broughton maintained its winter points lead, capturing the Cup with outright championships in men’s track and golf, runner-up finishes in women’s soccer and baseball, and a tie for third place in men’s tennis. Leesville Road was second thanks to a women’s soccer title, a runner-up finish in women’s track and a third place finish in men’s golf. Enloe rounded out the top three with third place finishes in softball and women’s track. Conference Standings: Broughton 104, Leesville Road 91, Enloe 84, Wakefield 82, Millbrook 80, Sanderson 64, Wake Forest-Rolesville 54.



Central Piedmont 4-A: Top finishes in baseball and men’s and women’s track enabled Mount Tabor to capture the Cup. R.J. Reynolds took second with championships in men’s tennis and golf. West Forsyth was third with a women’s soccer title of its own. Conference Standings: Mount Tabor 855, R.J. Reynolds 790, West Forsyth 755, Davie 687.5, North Davidson 662.5, North Forsyth 500.



Greater Neuse River 4-A: The Greater Neuse River 4A conference cup winner is Clayto, with Holly Springs securing a second place finish in the conference race with championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and women’s soccer and tennis. Conference Standings: Clayton 235, Holly Springs 224, West Johnston 219.5, Southeast Raleigh 216, Garner 209, Knightdale 208.5, Smithfield-Selma 197, East Wake 192.



MECA Six 4-A: Hopewell captured the Cup this year on the strength of a baseball championship. North Mecklenburg ended in second place with titles in women’s tennis and softball. J.M. Robinson was third with league crowns in men’s soccer and tennis. Conference Standings: Hopewell 100, North Mecklenburg 97, Jay M. Robinson 84, Mallard Creek 83.5, West Charlotte 48.5, Vance 46.5, Central Cabarrus 44.5.



Metro 4-A: Northwest Guilford clinched the Cup after a spring season in which it captured league titles in men’s track, softball, and a tie for first place in baseball. Page was second with an outright men’s tennis championship and a tie for second in women’s soccer. East Forsyth was right behind in third, with a first place tie in baseball and a women’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.



Mid-Southeastern 4-A: Jack Britt swept the league in men’s and women’s track to capture the Cup. Conference championships in men’s soccer and tennis allowed Pinecrest to secure a second place finish. Scotland County was third with a league crown in baseball. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 113, Pinecrest 108, Scotland County 89.5, Richmond Senior 82, Seventy First 66.5, Hoke County 59, Douglas Byrd 51, Westover 40.



Northwestern 4-A: A.C. Reynolds is the Cup winner with championships in soccer and men’s and women’s track. Watauga is the conference runner-up with titles in baseball and tennis. Alexander takes the bronze as the third place team thanks to conference crowns in softball and golf. Conference Standings: A.C. Reynolds 101.5, Watauga 95.5, Alexander 75, Freedom 74, South Caldwell 70.5, East Burke 59, McDowell 56.5.



PAC Six 4-A: East Chapel Hill is the Cup winner, thanks to a spring season that included championships in women’s soccer and men’s tennis, second place finishes in lacrosse and softball, and third place finishes in baseball, golf, and women’s track. The second place team is Chapel Hill, on the strength of a league title in lacrosse, a runner-up finish in men’s tennis, and third place finishes in women’s soccer and men’s track. Jordan was third with a women’s track title, second place finishes in baseball, women’s soccer, and men’s track, and a third place finish in lacrosse. Conference Standings: East Chapel Hill 121, Chapel Hill 114.5, Jordan 111.5, Riverside 100.5, Northern Durham 98.5, Person 61.5, Southern Durham 40, Hillside 35.5.



Southwestern 4-A: Myers Park maintained its winter points lead, clinching a Cup victory on the strength of titles in men’s golf and women’s track, as well as a second place finish in men’s tennis. Providence ended in second with a strong spring that included a baseball championship in addition to runner-up finishes in men’s golf, softball, and women’s soccer. Ardrey Kell placed third, thanks to league crowns in men’s tennis, men’s track, and women’s soccer, as well as a runner-up finish in baseball. Conference Standings: Myers Park 195.5, Providence 185.5, Ardrey Kell 181, Butler 178, Weddington 151.5, South Mecklenburg 137, East Mecklenburg 128, Independence 116.5.



Tri-Eight 4-A: Apex clinched a Cup win with championships in men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s golf, and men’s track. Conference championships in baseball and women’s soccer allowed Green Hope to secure second. Conference Standings: Apex 149, Green Hope 148.5, Athens Drive 113.5, Panther Creek 99, Middle Creek 98, Cary 91, Fuquay-Varina 77.5, Lee County 47.



Two Rivers 4-A: South View enjoyed a strong spring, capturing the Cup with league crowns in men’s and women’s track, baseball, and softball. Terry Sanford was a close second on the strength of titles in men’s tennis, men’s golf, and women’s soccer. Lumberton was third after ending the spring as the runner-up in women’s soccer. Conference Standings: South View 89, Terry Sanford 87.5, Lumberton 63.5, Cape Fear 62.5, Pine Forest 59.5, E.E. Smith 42.5, Purnell Swett 41.