Wells Fargo Conference Cup Leaders Listed For Fall Season

2011-2012 Wells Fargo Conference Cup

Leaders Listed For Fall Sports Season

Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the fall standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2011-2012 sports season.

The Wells Fargo Cup award, formerly called the Wachovia Cup and now sponsored by Wells Fargo 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, now Wells Fargo, has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.

The Wells Fargo Conference Cup is a companion to the Wells Fargo Cup. It is based on how schools perform in conference competition only and does not factor in state playoff competition.

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: Rosewood sits atop the conference after the fall, finishing second in volleyball, women’s tennis, men’s soccer, and women’s cross country. Close behind is Princeton, who captured championships in volleyball, men’s cross country, and women’s cross country. Spring Creek is third with first-place finishes in men’s soccer and women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Rosewood 26, Princeton 24, Spring Creek 19, North Duplin 15.5, Goldsboro 14.5, Ayden-Grifton 14.

Coastal Plains 1-A: Dixon is able to separate itself from the pack, tying for first in both volleyball and women’s tennis. Southwest Onslow, which finished first in football and men’s soccer as well as tying for first with Dixon in volleyball, finds itself in a deadlock for second in the conference with Lejeune. Lejeune captured a women’s cross country championship and a share of the women’s tennis title. Conference Standings: Dixon 240, Southwest Onslow 235, Lejeune 235, Pamlico 165, East Carteret 140, Jones 110.

Four Rivers 1-A: Manteo and Riverside are in a close race for first with Manteo just edging out its conference opponent after the fall season. Manteo finished first in football and second in men’s soccer while second-place Riverside captured a championship in volleyball and finished third in football. Camden is in third with a league title in men’s soccer and a runner-up performance in volleyball. Conference Standings: Manteo 42, Riverside (Martin) 40, Camden 33.5, Northside 29, Southside 27.5, Perquimans 26, South Creek 21, Plymouth 18.5.

Smoky Mountain 1-A: Murphy leads the way after the fall season with a championship in volleyball, and second-place finishes in football and men’s cross country. A conference crown in men’s cross country and a runner-up finish in men’s soccer earn Hayesville second in the conference. Andrews is in third, finishing in a tie for second in volleyball. Conference Standings: Murphy 52, Hayesville 47, Andrews 43.5, Robbinsville 38.5, Swain 35.5, Cherokee 29, Hiwassee Dam 22, Rosman 19.5, Highlands 19, Nantahala 12, Blue Ridge 10.

Tar Roanoke 1-A: North Edgecombe and Gates County are in a duel for first with North Edgecombe just beating out its conference opponent for the top spot thanks to championships in football, women’s cross country, and volleyball. Gates County finished first in volleyball and second in men’s cross country. Third-place KIPP Pride finished first in men’s cross country and second in women’s cross country. Conference Standings: North Edgecombe 205, Gates County 200, KIPP Pride 160, Southeast Halifax 130, Northampton-East 130, Northampton-West 85, Weldon 55.

Tideland 1-A: A volleyball championship coupled with a second-place finish in football procures the top spot for Columbia. Second-place Creswell is only a point behind, finishing first in football and second in volleyball behind Columbia. Cape Hatteras tied for third in football and is third overall after the fall season. Conference Standings: Columbia 8, Creswell 7, Cape Hatteras 5, Mattamuskeet 4, Ocracoke 1.

Tri-County 1-A: James Kenan is the frontrunner in the conference after the fall, finishing second in men’s soccer and football. Close behind is Union who tied for third in men’s soccer. Four teams—Hobbton, Lakewood, Pender, and Heide Trask--are tied for the third-place spot in the conference. Hobbton captured a league title in men’s soccer while Pender finished first in volleyball. Conference Standings: James Kenan 23, Union 21, Hobbton 18, Lakewood 18, Pender 18, Heide Trask 18, Wallace-Rose Hill 17, Midway 17.

Yadkin Valley 1-A: Top finishes in women’s tennis and men’s soccer vault East Montgomery to the top of the conference after the fall. A close second is Gray Stone Day, which finished first in women’s cross country, and second in women’s tennis and men’s cross country. Albemarle and South Stanly are tied for third with Albemarle capturing championships in football and volleyball while South Stanly finished second in football. Conference Standings: East Montgomery 255, Gray Stone Day 240, Albemarle 215, South Stanly 215, North Moore 197.5, Chatham Central 190, West Montgomery 190, North Rowan 160, South Davidson 127.5.

Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results:

Carolina 12 1-A/2-A: Carrboro owns the conference lead after the fall, capturing championships in men’s soccer and women’s cross country, and also finishing tied for second in football. Cedar Ridge finds itself in second thanks to a second-place finish in women’s tennis, and the North Carolina School of Science and Math is third with conference crowns in women’s tennis and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Carrboro 63, Cedar Ridge 56, NCSSM 53, Northwood 46, Raleigh Charter 43.5, Durham School of the Arts 39, Franklin Academy 32, South Granville 30.5, Granville Central 25, Voyager Academy 17, River Mill Academy 12, Roxboro Community 11.

Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: In a close race for the top spot in the conference, Wilkes Central separates itself from the pack with a championship in men’s soccer, and second-place performances in football and women’s golf. Ashe County is a close second, capturing a league title in women’s cross country. Top finishes in women’s tennis, women’s golf, and men’s cross country keep Elkin right behind Ashe County in third. Conference Standings: Wilkes Central 46.5, Ashe Country 44, Elkin 43.5, Forbush 40.5, Starmount 33.5, East Wilkes 29, West Wilkes 26.5, Alleghany 25, North Wilkes 17.5.

Northwest 1-A/2-A: Mount Airy is able to out perform the competition and take the number one spot in the conference after the fall season, thanks to a league title in women’s tennis as well as a second-place finish in football. Surry Central is in second, with a championship in men’s soccer, while Bishop McGuinness and West Stokes are close behind in a deadlock for third. Bishop McGuinness captured a title in men’s cross county and finished second in women’s cross county, while West Stokes took the football crown and finished second in men’s cross county. Conference Standings: Mount Airy 42, Surry Central 38.5, Bishop McGuinness 38, West Stokes 38, North Surry 37, North Stokes 35.5, East Surry 32, South Stokes 30.5, Winston-Salem Prep 9.5.

Rocky River 1-A/2-A: A dominant fall sports season for Cuthbertson earns it first place in the conference, capturing championships in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s tennis, and men’s soccer. Second-place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country as well as a league title in volleyball gives Piedmont second in the conference. West Stanly is third with a runner-up performance in volleyball. Conference Standings: Cuthbertson 43, Piedmont 31, West Stanly 28, Union Academy 25, Central Academy 23, North Stanly 22, Forest Hills 22, Monroe 19.

Southern Piedmont 1-A/2-A: Lake Norman Charter edges out East Lincoln for the top spot in the conference thanks to championships in volleyball, women’s tennis, and women’s golf. Second-place East Lincoln finished first in soccer while North Lincoln rounds out the top three. Conference Standings: Lake Norman Charter 77, East Lincoln 75, North Lincoln 69, Lincolnton 66, Highland Tech 52, Cherryville 51, West Lincoln 51, Bessemer City 25.

Three Rivers 1-A/2-A: Fairmont sits atop the conference after the fall thanks to top finishes in football, volleyball, and women’s tennis. St. Paul’s and Red Springs battled for second in the conference with St. Paul’s just edging out ahead. Conference Standings: Fairmont 19, St. Paul’s 14, Red Springs 13, East Columbus 12, South Robeson 12, West Columbus 5.

Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: Championships in men’s soccer, women’s cross country, women’s golf, and football earn Hendersonville the top spot in the conference after the fall season. Polk County is second thanks to conference titles in volleyball and women’s tennis. A runner-up finish in men’s soccer has Charles D. Owen in third. Conference Standings: Hendersonville 86.5, Polk County 78, Charles D. Owen 73, Avery County 63, Mountain Heritage 62.5, Thomas Jefferson 55, Mitchell 47.5, Madison 23.5.

Class 2-A Conference Results:

Catawba Valley 2-A: Bandys sits atop the conference after the fall season, thanks to a share of the league title in volleyball with Newton-Conover, and second-place finishes in women’s tennis and men’s cross country. Newton-Conover is second and added a conference football championship to its share of the volleyball title. A second-place finish in women’s cross country and a third-place performance in football keeps J.C. Draughn a close third. Conference Standings: Bandys 37, Newton-Conover 32.3, J.C. Draughn 31.3, Maiden 30.3, East Burke 30.1, Bunker Hill 23.3, South Iredell 22.5, West Caldwell 10.

Central Carolina 2-A: Central Davidson leads the way after the fall season, sweeping the conference cross country championships and tying for first in volleyball with third-place West Davidson. Salisbury just edges out West Davidson for second, thanks to top finishes in men’s soccer and women’s tennis. A share of the volleyball title and a second-place finish in women’s cross country earn West Davidson its third-place position. Conference Standings: Central Davidson 54, Salisbury 50, West Davidson 48, East Davidson 46, Thomasville 26.5, Lexington 23.5.

East Central 2-A: Championships in volleyball and women’s tennis as well as a second-place finish in women’s golf propel Topsail to the top of the conference after the fall. Croatan is in second, finishing first in men’s cross country and women’s golf. Third-place belongs to Swansboro with a first-place finish in women’s cross country and a tie for second in women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Topsail 80, Croatan 76, Swansboro 74, East Duplin 71, Richlands 65, Clinton 45, Northside 42, South Lenoir 42.

Eastern Plains 2-A: In a fierce fight for first, Kinston edges out North Pitt for the top spot in the conference after the fall. Kinston finished first in football and third in women’s tennis while North Pitt finished second in volleyball. Beddingfield is right behind North Pitt thanks to a second-place finish in men’s soccer, and a third-place performance in volleyball. Conference Standings: Kinston 24.5, North Pitt 24, Beddingfield 23.5, Farmville Central 22, Greene Central 20.5, SouthWest Edgecombe 16.5, Tarboro 14.

Mid-State 2-A: Providence Grove just edges out second-place Graham to take the top spot in the conference after the fall season thanks to a championship in volleyball, a second-place performance in women’s cross country, and a third-place finish in men’s soccer. Graham finished second in men’s soccer and in a tie for second in men’s cross country. Jordan-Matthews is in third, finishing first in men’s soccer and women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Providence Grove 28, Graham 27, Jordan-Matthews 25.5, Eastern Randolph 22.5, Reidsville 22, Cummings 20, Bartlett Yancey 18.

Northern Carolina 2-A: A strong fall season for Roanoke Rapids that resulted in a conference crown in women’s tennis, a share of the conference title in football and men’s soccer, and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country has the school on top. Corinth Holders is in a deadlock with Franklinton for second in the conference. Corinth Holders swept the conference cross country championships and tied for second in Volleyball with Franklinton, who tied for first in men’s soccer with first-place Roanoke Rapids. Conference Standings: Roanoke Rapids 40, Corinth Holders 34, Franklinton 34, Bunn 31.5, North Johnston 31, Louisburg 16.5, Warren County 13.5, Northwest Halifax 9.5.

Piedmont 2-A: With championships in football, men’s and women’s cross country, and a tie for first in men’s soccer, Randleman earns the league’s top spot after the fall season. Wheatmore is currently second thanks to titles in women’s tennis and volleyball while Trinity is in third, tying with first-place Randleman for a championship in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Randleman 33, Wheatmore 29, Trinity 23.5, High Point Andrews 13.5, Atkins 9, Carver 9.

Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results:

Western North Carolina Athletic 2-A/3-A: Top finishes in women’s golf and women’s cross country procure the top spot for West Henderson. Franklin is in second, capturing league titles in football and volleyball. Third-place belongs to East Henderson, which finished first in men’s soccer and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: West Henderson 270, Franklin 260, East Henderson 245, Pisgah 230, North Henderson 210, Smoky Mountain 195, Tuscola 195, Brevard 190.

Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: First Flight has the early conference lead with championships in men’s soccer and women’s tennis, as well as second-place performances in men’s cross country, women’s cross country, and volleyball. Second place belongs to Currituck, which swept the conference cross country championships and placed second in men’s soccer. Northeastern is in third, finishing first in volleyball and second in football. Conference Standings: First Flight 35, Currituck 33, Northeastern 32, Edenton Holmes 28, Pasquotank 17, Hertford County 11, Bertie 7.

South Mountain Athletic 2-A/3-A: A sound fall season has Shelby atop the conference with championships in men’s soccer, women’s tennis, and women’s cross country. Freedom sits in second, thanks to second-place finishes in men’s soccer and football. East Rutherford finds itself in a three-way tie for third with Burns and Patton, despite runner-up performances in volleyball and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Shelby 32, Freedom 25.5, East Rutherford 23.5, Burns 23.5, Patton 23.5, R-S Central 20, Chase 20.

Waccamaw 2-A/3-A: League titles in women’s tennis, volleyball, and men’s cross country procure the top spot for South Brunswick after the fall season. West Brunswick sits in second, finishing first in men’s soccer and second in volleyball. Third place belongs to Whiteville, a second-place finisher in women’s tennis and third in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: South Brunswick 47, West Brunswick 41, Whiteville 28.5, North Brunswick 25.5, East Bladen 25, South Columbus 23, West Bladen 17.

Class 3-A Conference Results:

Big East 3-A: Top finishes in football and men’s soccer as well as a tie for second in women’s tennis propel Hunt into first in the conference after the fall season. Nash Central is only a few points behind, finishing first in women’s tennis and second in football and men’s and women’s cross country. Third-place Rocky Mount tied with Hunt for second in women’s tennis, also finished second in volleyball and captured a championship in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Hunt 65.5, Nash Central 62.5, Rocky Mount 59.5, Fike 58.5, Southern Nash 56, Northern Nash 50.

Big South 3-A: Forestview secures the top spot in the league with championships in men’s cross country and women’s tennis. Conference crowns in football and women’s golf have South Point in second, while Ashbrook is close behind in third thanks to a first-place finish in women’s cross country. Conference Standings: Forestview 75.5, South Point 71, Ashbrook 69, Kings Mountain 64, Crest 62, North Gaston 38.5, Hunter Huss 29.

Cape Fear Valley 3-A: A sweep of the cross country championships as well as a tie for first in volleyball puts Overhills in the top spot in the conference. Union Pines is a close second, tying with both Overhills and third-place Western Harnett for the volleyball title and also finishing first in women’s tennis. Western Harnett finished on top in women’s tennis along with its share of the volleyball title. Conference Standings: Overhills 38, Union Pines 35, Western Harnett 33.5, Southern Lee 30, Gray’s Creek 22, Douglas Byrd 21, Westover 12.5.

Carolina 3-A: With a stellar fall sports season including conference titles in women’s tennis, volleyball, men’s soccer and football, Cardinal Gibbons leads the conference. Chapel Hill sits in second, thanks to runner-up finishes in women’s tennis, volleyball, men’s soccer, and women’s cross country. Chapel Hill also tied with third-place Orange for second in football, and Orange added a third-place finish in volleyball to its fall sports campaign. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 33, Chapel Hill 28, Orange 20.5, J.F. Webb 14, Southern Vance 11, Northern Vance 7.5.

Coastal 3-A: West Carteret leads the conference in a tight race after the fall with the school finishing first in men’s cross country, women’s cross country, and women’s tennis. Titles in women’s golf and volleyball earn South Central the second-place spot in the conference, while a football championship as well as a runner-up finish in men’s cross country give Havelock third. Conference Standings: West Carteret 39.5, South Central 37, Havelock 35, D.H. Conley 33.5, Jacksonville 33, White Oak 32.5, Washington 25, West Craven 13.5.

Eastern Carolina 3-A: Triton is on top after the fall season, finishing first in football, volleyball, and cross country. Second-place C.B. Aycock finished first in women’s golf and women’s tennis while third-place South Johnston captured conference crowns in men’s soccer and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Triton 36, C.B. Aycock 33, South Johnston 30, Cleveland 24.5, Eastern Wayne 22, North Lenoir 15.5, Southern Wayne 13.

Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ledford dominated the fall season and is the frontrunner in the conference, taking titles in women’s cross country, men’s cross country, men’s soccer, and also tying for first in both women’s tennis and volleyball. Asheboro shared the tennis title with first-place Ledford, but sits second overall in the conference also finishing second in women’s and men’s cross country. Southwestern Randolph is in third, finishing second in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Ledford 32, Asheboro 26, Southwestern Randolph 23, Southern Guilford 18, Northeast Guilford 17, North Forsyth 8.

Mid State 3-A: Northern Guilford is out to a comfortable conference lead after the fall, thanks to titles in men’s cross country, women’s cross country, football, women’s golf, and men’s soccer. Northern Guilford also tied for first in women’s tennis with second-place Walter Williams, which added a second-place finish in women’s cross country to its fall campaign. Western Alamance is in third, finishing second in women’s golf and men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 89, Walter Williams 76, Western Alamance 73.5, Eastern Alamance 66.5, Rockingham County 56.5, McMichael 56, Morehead 56, Eastern Guilford 56.

North Piedmont 3-A: It’s a tight race among the top three teams in the conference as Statesville lead the conference after the fall season, capturing a championship in men’s soccer and finishing second in football, and women’s golf. West Rowan won the conference football title and finished second in women’s cross country, earning the school second overall. East Rowan is a close third, thanks to top finishes in women’s golf, women’s tennis, and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Statesville 260, West Rowan 257.5, East Rowan 255, Jesse Carson 247.5, North Iredell 240, West Iredell 217.5, South Rowan 192.5.

South Piedmont 3-A: Cox Mill is in first after the fall season, thanks to championships in women’s tennis, women’s golf, and volleyball. Second place belongs to Jay M. Robinso, which finished first in both women’s cross country and men’s soccer. A.L. Brown is closely behind in third with top finishes in football and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Cox Mill 272.5, Jay M. Robinson 250, A.L. Brown 245, Concord 232.5, Northwest Cabarrus 215, Hickory Ridge 212.5, Mount Pleasant 147.5, Central Cabarrus 120.

Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results:

Mega 7 3-A/4-A: A dominant fall season consisting of league titles in volleyball, women’s tennis, football, and soccer has Charlotte Catholic atop the conference. Olympic is in second, finishing first in women’s golf and second in men’s soccer and football. Third place belongs to East Gaston who finished second in women’s golf. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic 47, Olympic 40, East Gaston 31.5, West Mecklenburg 22, Berry 20.5, Harding 14, Garinger 7.

Mountain Athletic 3-A/4-A: With a sweep of the conference cross country championships and second-place finishes in women’s golf and football, T.C. Roberson is the frontrunner after the fall. Asheville beats out A.C. Reynolds for second, thanks to top finishes in women’s tennis, men’s soccer and football. A.C. Reynolds is in third, placing second in women’s tennis. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 80, Asheville 68, A.C. Reynolds 62, North Buncombe 52, McDowell 50, Enka 46, Clyde Erwin 32.

Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: Watauga is the top team after the fall season, sweeping the conference cross country championships and adding a league title in volleyball. Alexander Central is in second with sound performances in both men’s cross country and women’s golf. Hickory, which finished first in men’s soccer and women’s tennis, is tied for third in the conference with South Caldwell. Conference Standings: Watauga 80, Alexander Central 64.5, Hickory 60, South Caldwell 60, Fred T. Foard 56, St. Stephens 47, Hibriten 37.5.

Southern Carolina 3-A/4-A: Finishing only a few points ahead of second-place Weddington, conference leader Marvin Ridge took fall championships in men’s soccer, volleyball, women’s golf, and women’s cross country. Weddington had top finishes in men’s cross country and women’s tennis while third-place Porter Ridge finished first in football. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 53, Weddington 49, Porter Ridge 43, Parkwood 31, Sun Valley 29, Anson 16.

Class 4-A Conference Results

Cap 8 4-A: The top three teams battled for the top spot in the conference during the fall season, with Millbrook edging out Broughton and Leesville Road for first. Millbrook finished second in men’s and women’s cross country as well as women’s tennis. Second-place Broughton swept the conference cross country championships and also finished first in women’s tennis. Leesville Road finds itself in third, right behind the top two teams thanks to a league title in football, and runner-up finishes in men’s soccer and volleyball. Conference Standings: Millbrook 36, Broughton 35.5, Leesville Road 35, Sanderson 28, Enloe 27, Wakefield 21, Wake Forest-Rolesville 20, Heritage 12.5.

Central Piedmont 4-A: In a battle for the top spot in the conference, Mount Tabor is able to fight off Reagan thanks to championships in football and men’s cross country. Second-place Reagan finished first in women’s cross country, volleyball, and women’s golf. Top finishes in women’s tennis and men’s soccer earn West Forsyth the third-place position in the conference. Conference Standings: Mount Tabor 292.5, Reagan 290, West Forsyth 282.5, R.J. Reynolds 242.5, Davie 234, North Davidson 210.

Greater Neuse River 4-A: Clayton owns the top position in the conference after the fall season thanks to championships in men’s cross country and women’s tennis. A first-place finish in women’s cross country has West Johnston in second with Garner on its heels in third, thanks to top finishes in football, women’s golf, and volleyball. Conference Standings: Clayton 81, West Johnston 78.5, Garner 78, East Wake 64, Knightdale 62, Smithfield-Selma 55, Southeast Raleigh 51, Harnett Central 49.5.

I-Meck 4-A: With top finishes in men’s soccer and volleyball, W.A. Hough leads the conference after the fall. Second-place belongs to Lake Norma, which finished well in men’s cross country, women’s cross country, and women’s tennis. Mallard Creek is in third with a top performance in football. Conference Standings: Conference Standings: W.A. Hough 46.5, Lake Norman 42.5, Mallard Creek 40.5, Mooresville 39, Hopewell 27, North Mecklenburg 22, Vance 15, West Charlotte 10.5.

All-Metro 4-A: Grimsley is in first place after the fall season, finishing first in women’s tennis and men’s soccer, and second in both men’s and women’s cross country. Page is on Grimsley’s heels, currently in second with league titles in football and women’s cross country. Southeast Guilford is in third with a championship in men’s cross country and a second-place finish in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Grimsley 35, Page 34, Southeast Guilford 31, Southern Alamance 23, Western Guilford 21, Dudley 12, Ben L. Smith 6.

Mid-Eastern 4-A: Conference crowns in volleyball and women’s tennis propel Hoggard to the top of the conference after the fall season. Second-place belongs to New Hanover, barely edging out third-place Laney, which took first in men’s soccer and women’s cross country. Conference Standings: Hoggard 31, New Hanover 27.5, Laney 27, New Bern 25, Ashley 19, Rose 18.

Mid-South 4-A: Jack Britt beats out Terry Sanford for first in the conference after the fall, thanks to top finishes in football, men’s soccer, and men’s cross country. Second-place Terry Sanford finished first in women’s tennis and women’s cross country. Pine Forest finds itself in third in the conference with a tie for first in women’s volleyball. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 37, Terry Sanford 34.5, Pine Forest 24, Cape Fear 22.5, South View 22, Seventy First 14.5, E.E. Smith 13.5.

Pac-6 4-A: East Chapel Hill finishes the fall in first, capturing championships in women’s tennis, men’s cross country, and women’s cross country, as well as a tie for first in men’s soccer. Jordan shared the men’s soccer title with East Chapel Hill, but is in a deadlock for second with Riverside, which finished first in volleyball and second in women’s cross country. Conference Standings: East Chapel Hill 35.5, Riverside 29.5, Jordan 29.5, Northern Durham 23, Person 19.7, Hillside 17.5, Southern Durham 9.5.

Piedmont Triad 4-A: Northwest Guilford dominated the fall season, capturing crowns in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s tennis, and ties for first in both volleyball and football. A tie with Northwest Guilford for the conference football championship and a title in women’s golf has Ragsdale in second. Southwest Guilford is third, finishing second in women’s cross country, men’s soccer, and women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 46.5, Ragsdale 35, Southwest Guilford 30, East Forsyth 28, High Point Central 21.5, Glenn 16.5, Parkland 13.5.

Southeastern 4-A: Pinecrest finishes the fall in first place with top finishes in men’s soccer and women’s golf. Scotland is not too far behind in second, performing well in both football and volleyball during the fall season. Third place in the conference belongs to Richmond, which also had strong football and volleyball campaigns. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 38, Scotland 34, Richmond 21.5, Purnell Swett 20, Lumberton 18, Hoke 15.5.

Southwestern 4-A: With top finishes in women’s golf, men’s cross country, and women’s cross country, Ardrey Kell sits atop the conference after the fall. In a struggle for second, Providence edges out Myers Park thanks to quality performances in women’s tennis and volleyball. Third-place Myers Park also performed well in women’s tennis and was able to capture a men’s soccer conference championship. Conference Standings: Ardrey Kell 74, Providence 69.5, Myers Park 68, Butler 56, South Mecklenburg 54.5, Independence 48, East Mecklenburg 40, Rocky River 30.

Tri-9 4-A: Top finishes in women’s tennis, women’s golf, women’s cross country, men’s soccer and volleyball have Green Hope atop the conference after the fall season. Apex sits in second, with second-place finishes in men’s soccer and volleyball. Middle Creek is third thanks to a share of the conference football title and a second-place performance in women’s golf. Conference Standings: Green Hope 52, Apex 39, Middle Creek 36.5, Panther Creek 36, Fuquay-Varina 33.5, Cary 30, Athens Drive 26, Holly Springs 25, Lee County 9.