Wachovia Conference Cup Final Totals Listed

2009-2010 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 Conference Cup competitions for the 2009-2010 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, primarily based on performance in postseason play. 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 given to schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performances within each of the NCHSAA's conferences.

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: A dominating spring season with championships in baseball, women’s track and soccer, and men’s tennis enabled Rosewood to pass Princeton and win the Conference Cup. Princeton finishes as the runner up despite championships in men’s track and softball. Conference Standings: Rosewood 67.5, Princeton 55, Ayden-Grifton 48, Goldsboro 43, Spring Creek 42, North Duplin 29.5.



Coastal Plains 1-A: Dixon held off the rest of the league to win the Conference Cup, thanks to a conference title in baseball. Southwest Onslow finished in second, capturing championships in women’s soccer, men’s golf, and women’s track. Lejeune and East Carteret tied for third. Conference Standings: Dixon 700, Southwest Onslow 615, Lejeune 505, East Carteret 505, Jones 410, Pamlico 410.



Four Rivers 1-A: Williamston vaulted past Manteo to win the Conference Cup, thanks to championships in men’s and women’s track. Manteo wound up in second with a second-place finish in baseball. Perquimans remained third, finishing first in baseball and second in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Williamston 126, Manteo 121, Perquimans 100.5, Northside 96.5, Southside 74.5, Camden 74.5, Roanoke 64.5, Plymouth 52.5.



Smoky Mountain 1-A: The top three teams remained unchanged from the winter as Murphy took the Conference Cup with league titles in women’s track and baseball. Robbinsville is the runner up, finishing first in men’s track. Hayesville finished second in baseball, but third overall. Conference Standings: Murphy 167, Robbinsville 151, Hayesville 150, Swain 146, Andrews 108.5, Rosman 98.5, Cherokee 95, Hiwassee Dam 80.5, Highlands 72, Blue Ridge 50.5, Nantahala 28.



Tar Roanoke 1-A: Championships in both men’s and women’s track earned North Edgecombe the Conference Cup. Gates County ended up in second despite conference crowns in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: North Edgecombe 475, Gates County 415, Northampton-East 405, Kipp Pride 400, Southeast Halifax 365, Weldon 300, Northampton-West 295.



Tideland 1-A: With a championship in softball, Jamesville jumped all the way from third to first to capture the Conference Cup. Creswell tied with previous leader Cape Hatteras for second in the conference. Conference Standings: Jamesville 32.5, Creswell 26.3, Cape Hatteras 26.3, Bear Grass 25, Columbia 25, Mattamuskeet 24.3, Ocracoke 2.



Tri-County 1-A: Pender held on to its substantial lead after the winter season, adding a championship in women’s soccer. There was a shake up in the rest of the conference as Trask moved from sixth place to second due to championships in men’s and women’s track, and baseball. Midway grabbed third place after league titles in softball and men’s golf, moving all the way from the last spot in the conference. Conference Standings: Pender 78, Heide Trask 72.5, Midway 66, Wallace-Rose Hill 62, Union 58.5, Hobbton 56.5, Lakewood 51, James Kenan 50.5.



Yadkin Valley 1-A: East Montgomery, aided by a championship in men’s tennis, held off the rest of the field to capture the Conference Cup. Albemarle and South Stanly both moved up a spot as Albemarle earned second place and South Stanly third with conference crowns in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: East Montgomery 630, Albemarle 580, South Stanly 572.5, Chatham Central 565, North Moore 550, West Montgomery 550, Gray Stone Day 542.5, North Rowan 515, South Davidson 380.



Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results:



Carolina 9 1-A/2-A: North Carolina School of Science and Math was able to pass Northwood in the conference standings and take the Conference Cup due to championships in men’s tennis and women’s track. Northwood finished first in both baseball and softball. Third-place Cedar Ridge captured first in men’s track and second in baseball. Conference Standings: NCSSM 111, Northwood 109.5, Cedar Ridge 105, Carrboro 101, Durham School of the Arts 80.5, South Granville 61, Raleigh Charter 60.5, Granville Charter 55.5, River Mill Academy 28.



Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: Starmount kept its first place form, winning a league title in men’s track and finishing second in softball. Forbush barely held onto second place with championships in women’s soccer and softball, as Wilkes Central closed the gap thanks to first-place finishes in baseball, and men’s tennis and golf. Conference Standings: Starmount 122, Forbush 116.5, Wilkes Central 116, West Wilkes 97.5, Ashe 93.5, Elkin 92.5, East Wilkes 80, Alleghany 63.5, North Wilkes 53.5.



Northwest 1-A/2-A: Conference crowns in men’s golf and women’s track kept Bishop McGuinness atop the conference, winning the Conference Cup. West Stokes finished second after a excellent spring season with ties for first in both women’s soccer and softball. Conference Standings: Bishop McGuinness 130, West Stokes 109.5, Surry Central 102, Mount Airy 96, East Surry 89, South Stokes 85, North Surry 78, North Stokes 64.5, Winston Salem Prep 34.



Rocky River 1-A/2-A: Piedmont increased its winter lead and captured the Conference Cup, winning a championship in women’s soccer and runner-up finishes in baseball and men’s golf. West Stanly secured second place, finishing first in baseball and softball. Cuthbertson passed North Stanly to finish third, thanks to a championship in women’s track. Conference Standings: Piedmont 132, West Stanly 109.5, Cuthbertson 107, North Stanly 92, Central Academy 81.5, Berry Academy 76, Forest Hills 76, Monroe 65, Union Academy 55.



Southern Piedmont 1-A/2-A: East Lincoln won the Conference Cup after fending off North Lincoln, who came in a close second thanks to a fantastic spring season. Lincolnton remained in third, maintaining its lead over fourth-place West Lincoln. Conference Standings: East Lincoln 209, North Lincoln 204, Lincolnton 182, West Lincoln 166, Highland Tech 156, Cherryville 136, Bessemer City 89, Challenger 82.



Three Rivers 1-A/2-A: The top three teams after the winter season remained unchanged, as St. Paul’s captured the Conference Cup. Fairmont maintained its second place lead over South Robeson, who broke the tie with East Columbus for sole possession of third. Conference Standings: St. Paul’s 66, Fairmont 50, South Robeson 49, East Columbus 46, Red Spring 43, West Columbus 27.



Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: Championships in softball and baseball as well as a second-place finish in women’s track earned the Conference Cup for Owen. Polk County moved into a tie for second with Hendersonville with titles in women’s track and a tie for first with Owen in baseball. Hendersonville finished first in both men’s track and tennis. Conference Standings: Owen 191, Hendersonville 186, Polk County 186, Mountain Heritage 165, Avery County 148.5, Madison 121.5, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy 115.5, Mitchell 103.



Class 2-A Conference Results:



Catawba Valley 2-A: Newton-Conover maintained its lead and edged out Bandys for the Conference Cup with a league title in men’s tennis. Bandys finished first in softball and women’s track. Draughn wound up in third after a third-place finish in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Newton-Conover 98.5, Bandys 96, J.C. Draughn 90.5, East Burke 79.5, Maiden 78.5, South Iredell 73.5, Bunker Hill 69.2, West Caldwell 54.8.



Central Carolina 2-A: Salisbury dominated the spring season with championships in men’s golf, tennis, and track, and women’s soccer and track to win the Conference Cup. West Davidson held off Central Davidson to finish in second, despite Central Davidson finishing first in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Salisbury 164, West Davidson 144.5, Central Davidson 144, East Davidson 129, Lexington 115.5, Thomasville 96.



East Central 2-A: A stellar spring season including championships in men’s and women’s tennis, men’s golf, and softball vaulted Topsail to the top spot in the conference to win the Conference Cup. Swansboro placed second with conference crowns in women’s soccer and track. Croatan dropped to third, finishing closely behind Swansboro. Conference Standings: Topsail 186, Swansboro 173.5, Croatan 172.5, East Duplin 164.5, Richlands 160.5, Clinton 146, South Lenoir 46, Northside 126.



Eastern Plains 2-A: Conference crowns in men’s track and softball helped Beddingfield hold its first-place position and win the Conference Cup. Farmville Central snapped its second-place tie with North Pitt, taking sole possession of the runner-up spot. North Pitt finished third despite second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Beddingfield 83, Farmville Central 67, North Pitt 65, Kinston 64, Tarboro 58, SouthWest Edgecombe 53.5, Greene Central 49.5.



Mid-State 2-A: Consistently strong performances in every sports season this year enabled Jordan-Matthews to take the Conference Cup. Reidsville overtook Bartlett Yancey to finish second in the conferenc,e thanks to championships in men’s track and golf. Bartlett Yancey was third after championships in women’s soccer and softball. Conference Standings: Jordan-Matthews 74.5, Reidsville 70.5, Bartlett Yancey 69, Providence Grove 64, Eastern Randolph 59.5, Graham 56, Cummings 47.



Northern Carolina 2-A: Roanoke Rapids dominated the field, including championships in men’s tennis and softball, and captured the Conference Cup. Jumping from fourth place into second, North Johnston moved up thanks to league crowns in men’s golf and tennis, softball, and baseball. Franklinton dropped a spot to third, despite a championship in women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Roanoke Rapids 87, North Johnston 75, Franklinton 73, Bunn 71.5, Louisburg 65.5, Warren County 36.5, Northwest Halifax 18.



Piedmont 2-A: The top three teams remained unchanged after the spring season, as Trinity grabbed the Conference Cup with championships in men’s golf and tennis, and women’s soccer. Randleman finished second with league titles in softball and baseball. Wheatmore closed out the top teams with a tie for first in men’s tennis with Trinity. Conference Standings: Trinity 90, Randleman 74.5, Wheatmore 66, High Point Andrews 60.5, Carver 32.5, Atkins 29.5.



Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results:



Appalachian Athletic 2-A/3-A: West Henderson captured the Conference Cup with a spring championship in women’s track. Tuscola, who finished first in baseball and women’s soccer, ended in a tie for second with Franklin, who captured a championship in men’s track. Conference Standings: West Henderson 775, Tuscola 730, Franklin 730, Brevard 540, Pisgah 535, North Henderson 520, Smoky Mountain 490, East Henderson 475.



Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: First-place finishes in men’s golf and tennis and women’s soccer secured the Conference Cup for First Flight. Northeastern finished as the runner up and Currituck held third, thanks to championships in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: First Flight 99, Northeastern 85, Currituck 82, Edenton Holmes 73, Pasquotank 59, Hertford County 49, Bertie 39.



South Mountain 2-A/3-A: A women’s soccer championship and also one in men’s tennis earned Shelby the top spot in the conference and the Conference Cup. Patton moved up from third and finishes as the runner up while R-S Central was also able to jump up a spot to take third with a conference crown in softball. Conference Standings: Shelby 93.5, Patton 89.5, R-S Central 77, Freedom 75.5, East Rutherford 57, Burns 55.5, Chase 50.



Waccamaw 2-A/3-A: A solid spring season that included championships in baseball and softball helped West Brunswick keep its first-place lead and win the Conference Cup. South Brunswick secured second with league titles in men’s golf and tennis, and women’s soccer and track. Finishing in third was North Brunswick, who moved up from fourth due to a first-place finish in men’s track and second in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: West Brunswick 114.5, South Brunswick 112, North Brunswick 86.5, Whiteville 80, East Bladen 77, West Bladen 75.5, South Columbus 57.5.



Class 3-A Conference Results:



Big East 3-A: Rocky Mount dominated the spring season with championships in women’s soccer and track, baseball, and a tie for first in men’s tennis, earning it the Conference Cup. Fike remained second, finishing first in men’s golf. Nash Central ended up in third with a conference crown in men’s track. Conference Standings: Rocky Mount 175, Fike 161.5, Nash Central 153.5, Hunt 146.5, Northern Nash 135, Southern Nash 134.5.



Big South 3-A: The frontrunner Forestview maintained its first place form with championships in men’s tennis and golf, and captured the Conference Cup. Ashbrook finishes in second, winning a league title in women’s track, and third place goes to South Point. Conference Standings: Forestview 202.5, Ashbrook 186.5, South Point 180.5, Crest 168.5, Kings Mountain 156.5, North Gaston 138, Hunter Huss 128.5.



Cape Fear Valley 3-A: Conference crowns in men’s golf and tennis kept Union Pines out in front and earned it the Conference Cup. Western Harnett stays in second with championships in women’s soccer and softball. Second-place finishes in men’s golf and tennis vault Southern Lee into third, passing previously third Overhills. Conference Standings: Union Pines 100.5, Western Harnett 95, Southern Lee 76, Overhills 71.5, Douglas Byrd 62.5, Gray’s Creek 61.5, Westover 53.



Carolina 3-A: Cardinal Gibbons finished first and won the Conference Cup after a dominant spring season in which it placed first in men’s tennis and golf, and women’s track. Chapel Hill finished in second, winning championships in baseball, women’s soccer, and men’s track. Orange held on to its third place position, rounding out the top three. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 93, Chapel Hill 83, Orange 63, Southern Vance 48.5, Northern Vance 45, J.F. Webb 41.5.



Coastal 3-A: West Carteret won the year-long duel with South Central as it moved into first and captured the conference crown thanks to a first-place finish in baseball. South Central finished second, despite championships in men’s tennis and women’s track. D.H. Conley took over third, passing Havelock. Conference Standings: West Carteret 193, South Central 190, D.H. Conley 174, Jacksonville 171, Havelock 169.5, White Oak 157.5, Washington 152, West Craven 112.



Eastern Carolina 3-A: A championship in men’s tennis and second-place finishes in baseball, women’s soccer and softball solidified the top spot for C.B. Aycock as it captured the Conference Cup. Eastern Wayne took over second place thanks to conference titles in baseball and women’s soccer and track. Triton drops to third despite championships in men’s golf and softball. Conference Standings: C.B. Aycock 82.5, Eastern Wayne 78.5, Triton 76.5, South Johnston 69, Southern Wayne 49.5, North Lenoir 35.



Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ledford won the Conference Cup, keeping its first-place form and finishing first in men’s tennis and golf, and women’s track. Finishing second is Asheboro, earning a conference crown in women’s soccer. Northeast Guilford closes out the top three, winning a championship in baseball. Conference Standings: Ledford 83, Asheboro 73, Northeast Guilford 69, North Forsyth 55.5, Southwestern Randolph 47.5, Southern Guilford 42.



Mid State 3-A: Northern Guilford placed first in women’s track and second in men’s tennis, golf, and baseball, to win the Conference Cup. Walter Williams took second, capturing a championship in men’s golf. A league title in men’s track and second-place finish in softball helped Eastern Alamance hold third place. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 222, Walter Williams 203, Eastern Alamance 193, Western Alamance 176.5, McMichael 166.5, Rockingham County 162, Morehead 159.5, Eastern Guilford 140.5.



North Piedmont 3-A: A successful spring season, including first-place finishes in baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s track, earned East Rowan the Conference Cup. Statesville held on to second with championships in women’s soccer and men’s golf, fighting off West Rowan, who was able to move from sixth up to third. Conference Standings: East Rowan 757.5, Statesville 665, West Rowan 662.5, Jesse Carson 627.5, North Iredell 625, South Rowan 620, West Iredell 577.5.



South Piedmont 3-A: A spring surge by Jay M. Robinson earned it the top spot, jumping from third to first to take the Conference Cup. Concord falls back to second despite finishing first in baseball. Hickory Ridge also dropped a spot to third, despite a league title in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Jay M. Robinson 720, Concord 687.5, Hickory Ridge 682.5, Northwest Cabarrus 645, A.L. Brown 600, Mount Pleasant 597.5, Cox Mill 495, Central Cabarrus 387.5.



Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results:



Mega 7 3-A/4-A: Charlotte Catholic won the Conference Cup, dominating the spring season with first-place finishes in men’s tennis, golf, track, and baseball, and women’s soccer and track. Olympic holds onto second place, edging out East Gaston who captured a championship in softball. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic 118, Olympic 92.5, East Gaston 91, West Mecklenburg 61.5, Harding 60, E.E. Waddell 28.5, Garinger 28.5.



Mountain Athletic 3-A/4-A: A stellar spring season including championships in women’s track, soccer, and softball, and men’s golf earn T.C. Roberson the Conference Cup. A.C. Reynolds is the runner up, and Asheville moves into third thanks to league titles in men’s track and tennis, passing North Buncombe. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 226, A.C. Reynolds 194, Asheville 145, North Buncombe 147, Enka 131, McDowell 130, Erwin 87.



Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: The top three teams held their spots as Watauga remained in first and won the Conference Cup with championships in men’s track and tennis, and women’s track. Hickory is the runner up, finishing first in women’s soccer and men’s golf. Titles in baseball and softball give South Caldwell third place. Conference Standings: Watauga 193, Hickory 184, South Caldwell 168, Alexander Central 164.5, St. Stephens 155.5, Fred T. Foard 152.5, Hibriten 143.5.



Southern Carolina 3-A/4-A: Marvin Ridge captured the Conference Cup with championships in men’s golf and tennis, and women’s soccer. Weddington remains in second, finishing first in baseball and women’s soccer. Porter Ridge takes the third spot, moving past Sun Valley. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 1,227, Weddington 1,074.5, Porter Ridge 995, Sun Valley 937.5, Parkwood 745, Anson 595.



Class 4-A Conference Results



Cap Seven 4-A: Wakefield edged out Broughton for the Conference Cup, finishing first in men’s track. Broughton is the runner up, with Leesville Road closely behind thanks to a men’s golf championship. Conference Standings: Wakefield 95, Broughton 94.5, Leesville 91.5, Millbrook 89, Enloe 69.5, Sanderson 68.5, Wake Forest-Rolesville 52.



Central Piedmont 4-A: A top finish in women’s soccer helped Mount Tabor hold its first place form and capture the Conference Cup. Reagan drops out of the top three, and R.J. Reynolds capitalizes, finishing in second with league titles in men’s golf and tennis. West Forsyth takes over third with a tie for first in baseball. Conference Standings: Mount Tabor 805, R.J. Reynolds 755, West Forsyth 737.5, Reagan 710, Davie 657.5, North Davidson 610.



Greater Neuse 4-A: First-place performances in men’s golf and tennis earned Clayton the top spot and the Conference Cup. West Johnston and Garner traded spots as second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track as well as baseball move West Johnston into second. Garner drops to third despite a tie for first in softball. Conference Standings: Clayton 240.5, West Johnston 213.5, Garner 205.5, Southeast Raleigh 186, Knightdale 184.5, East Wake 184, Smithfield-Selma 178.5, Harnett Central 170.5.



I-Meck 4-A: Lake Norman held off the rest of the field, retaining its first-place lead and capturing the Conference Cup. North Mecklenburg moved into second with championships in men’s golf, women’s soccer, and softball. Hopewell also jumped up a spot, taking third place thanks to top finishes in men’s tennis, track, and baseball. Conference Standings: Lake Norman 99.5, North Mecklenburg 87.5, Hopewell 87, Mallard Creek 85.5, Mooresville 69.5, Vance 41, West Charlotte 34.



Metro 4-A: Keeping its first-place form and remaining atop the conference is Page, who won the Conference Cup. Grimsley finished as the runner up, capturing conference crowns in men’s tennis and women’s soccer. A great spring performance with championships in men’s golf, and men’s and women’s track propelled Southeast Guilford into third. Conference Standings: Page 100.5, Grimsley 94.5, Southeast Guilford 83.5, Western Guilford 74, Southern Alamance 73, Dudley 53, Ben L. Smith 35.5.



Mid-Eastern 4-A: Hoggard dominates the spring season with first-place finishes in baseball, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s lacrosse, winning the Conference Cup. New Hanover holds onto second place, finishing first in women’s track. Rose remains in third, capturing a men’s golf championship. Conference Standings: Hoggard 102.5, New Hanover 78, Rose 70, Laney 67.5, Ashley 63, New Bern 58.



Mid-South 4-A: Jack Britt finished atop the conference and captured the Conference Cup, winning championships in men’s and women’s track, and softball. With a league title in baseball, South View moved up to second, passing Terry Sanford in third. Terry Sanford had first-place finishes in women’s soccer, men’s tennis and golf. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 101.5, South View 84, Terry Sanford 83.5, Pine Forest 55.5, Seventy-First 52.5, Cape Fear 49.5, E.E. Smith 45.



Pac-6 4-A: East Chapel Hill won the fierce fight for first to capture the Conference Cup, beating out Jordan, who moved up from third place thanks to championships in men’s soccer as well men’s and women’s track. Riverside fell one spot to third despite a first-place finish in men’s baseball. Conference Standings: East Chapel Hill 98.5, Jordan 98, Riverside 93.5, Northern 86, Person 57.5, Hillside 39.5, Southern 34.



Piedmont Triad 4-A: The Conference Cup goes to Northwest Guilford, who finished first in men’s golf and second in women’s soccer. Ragsdale finished a close second, tying for first in men’s tennis, and East Forsyth closes out the top three teams, winning championships in baseball and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 104, Ragsdale 98, East Forsyth 84.5, Southwest Guilford 77, High Point Central 67, Glenn 53, Parkland 43.5.



Southeastern 4-A: Pinecrest held on to first place with a league title in baseball, capturing the Conference Cup. Scotland finishes in second, passing third-place Lumberton due to a good spring season which included a first-place finish in men’s track. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 89.5, Scotland 67.5, Lumberton 65, Richmond 58.5, Hoke 38, Purnell Swett 34.5.



Southwestern 4-A: The standings remained unchanged after the spring season as Ardrey Kell won the Conference Cup with championships in men’s and women’s track. Myers Park is the runner up, finishing first in men’s golf and tennis. Providence held onto third with a league title in baseball. Conference Standings: Ardrey Kell 182.5, Myers Park 175.5, Providence 169.5, Butler 157, South Mecklenburg 138, East Mecklenburg 119.5, Independence 108.



Tri Nine 4-A: Conference crowns in women’s track, soccer, and softball earned Apex the Conference Cup. Apex slipped by previous leader Green Hope, who finished in second despite titles in men’s golf and tennis. Athens Drive finished in third, moving up from fourth past Panther Creek. Conference Standings: Apex 153.5, Green Hope 152.5, Athens Drive 120, Panther Creek 109.5, Cary 105.5, Middle Creek 103.5, Holly Springs 94, Fuquay-Varina 86.5, Lee County 52.