Final Wells Fargo Conference Cup Standings Announced

 

       Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2014-15 academic year, following the conclusion of the spring sports season.  

       The Wells Fargo Cup award, sponsored by Wells Fargo and the NCHSAA, recognizes the schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications.

       The Wells Fargo Conference Cup is a companion to the Wells Fargo Cup and recognizes schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performances within individual conferences. Wachovia and now Wells Fargo has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.

       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, with a strong spring sports season, took first place in softball, a first place tie in soccer and a runner-up finish in baseball, earning it the title. Rosewood finished in the second spot, while Lakewood rounds out the top three. Conference Standings: Princeton 76, Rosewood 69, Lakewood 62, Hobbton 53, Spring Creek 42, James Kenan 42, North Duplin 31, Neuse Charter 13.

Coastal Plains 1-A: East Carteret ran away at the end of the year to take the Cup with a top finish this spring in baseball, while Lejeune finished in second with its best performance in men’s track this spring. Pamlico finished the year behind Lejeune in the third spot. Conference Standings: East Carteret 552.5, Lejeune 505, Pamlico 480, Northside 410, Southside 347.5, Jones 320, Bear Grass Charter 285.

Coastal 10 1-A: Camden County takes home the Conference Cup with a solid spring performance, thanks to first-place finishes in baseball and men’s track along with a second-place finish in softball. Taking the second spot in standings is Perquimans with a first=place finish in softball and a runner-up spot in baseball. Gates County edges Manteo for third. Conference Standings: Camden County: 77, Perquimans County 67.5, Gates County 62, Manteo 60, Plymouth 39.5, Columbia 31, Creswell 26, Cape Hatteras 26, Ocracoke 23, Mattamuskeet 19.

Northwest 1-A: The Wells Fargo Conference Cup belongs to Mount Airy ,which finished the spring season as runner-up in men’s tennis and third-place finishes in baseball, men’s golf, and women’s soccer. Bishop McGuinness and East Surry tied for second, with Bishop McGuinness taking top finishes in men’s golf, men’s tennis and co champions in women’s soccer with East Surry. Additionally, East Surry was the runner-up in men’s golf and softball. Conference Standings: Mount Airy 96, Bishop McGuinness 89, East Surry 89, Walkertown 77.5, North Stokes 57.5, Atkins 49.5, Winston-Salem Prep 21.5.

North Central Athletic 1-A: Franklin Academy jumps past Raleigh Charter this spring season to take the Conference Cup, thanks to a championship in golf and a runner-up finish in softball. Second-place Raleigh Charter took first in women’s soccer and men’s tennis, while third-place Voyager Academy finished first in baseball and second in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Franklin Academy 68, Raleigh Charter 64, Voyager Academy 59, Roxboro Community 54.5, East Wake Academy 30, Woods Charter 29, River Mill Academy 27.5, Research Triangle 26, Kestrel Heights 22.

Smoky Mountain 1-A: With a league championship in women’s track this spring, Swain County took the top spot for the Wells Fargo Conference Cup title. Murphy edged Hayesville for the second spot, with a first place finish in men’s track and second place finishes in baseball, softball, women’s track, and men’s track. Hayesville, in the third spot, wound up the spring season with runner-up performances in baseball and men’s track. Conference Standings: Swain County 133.5, Murphy 126.5, Hayesville 124, Robbinsville 116, Rosman 97, Cherokee 94.5, Hiwassee Dam 82, Andrews 79.5, Highlands 62, Blue Ridge 45, Nantahala 21.

Southern Piedmont 1-A: Community School of Davidson takes the title after a solid spring sports season, thanks to top finishes in women’s track and soccer. Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy placed second overall, while Pine Lake Prep ended the year in the third spot. Conference Standings: Community School of Davidson 236, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy 207, Pine Lake Prep 195, Lincoln Charter 184, Highland School of Technology 161, Cherryville 143, Bessemer City 123.

Tar Roanoke 1-A: Louisburg is the winner of the Wells Fargo Conference Cup after a strong spring performance, capturing first place in baseball, women’s track, and men’s tennis. Second place belonged to Granville Central, which finished the spring season with a league title in softball and a runner-up finish in baseball, while third-place Southeast Halifax had a championship in men’s track. Conference Standings: Louisburg 50, Granville Central 41.5, Southeast Halifax 37, KIPP Pride 30, Weldon 21, Northwest Halifax 19.5.

Two Rivers 1-A: The Wells Fargo Conference Cup belongs to Riverside of Martin County, with top finishes this spring in baseball, softball, and men’s track. Tarboro finished in the second spot with a top finish in men’s track and runner-up finish in women’s track. South Creek rounds out the top three, with second place finishes in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Riverside Martin 58, Tarboro 44.5, South Creek 39, North Edgecombe 26, Northampton 21.5, Rocky Mount Preparatory 10.

Yadkin Valley 1-A: Gray Stone Day took the Wells Fargo Conference Cup with championships in women’s track, women’s soccer, and men’s golf. West Montgomery finished the year in second place with a sweep of the track championships and a first- place finish in softball. Third place is a three-way tie for among North Moore, East Montgomery, and North Stanly. North Moore took first place in baseball, East Montgomery first in soccer, and North Stanly finished in first place in softball. Conference Standings: Gray Stone Day 392.5, West Montgomery 382.5, North Moore 372.5, East Montgomery 372.5, North Stanly 372.5, Chatham Central 325, Union Academy 315, South Davidson 292.5, Albemarle 280, South Stanly 267.5, Queens Grant 212.5.

Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results

Four County 1-A/2-A: Clinton took the Cup, beating out Midway thanks to first-place finishes in men’s tennis, golf, and women’s soccer. Second place Midway finished the spring season with a league title in baseball and a runner-up finish in women’s soccer. Wallace-Rose Hill wound up in third place. Conference Standings: Clinton 109.3, Midway 98, Wallace-Rose Hill 87.8, Heide Trask 86, Pender 83, West Bladen 68, East Bladen 67.8, Union 60.5.

Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: Taking home the women’s track and men’s tennis championship, along with a runner-up finish in baseball, Elkin wound up in the top spot in the conference. Wilkes Central finished second overall, with second-place performances in softball, tennis and women’s soccer. Ashe County rounded out the top three with league titles in women’s soccer and men’s track. Conference Standings: Elkin 115, Wilkes Central 104.5, Ashe County 89, West Wilkes 88, East Wilkes 82.5, Starmount 75, North Wilkes 66, Alleghany 58.

Three Rivers 1-A/2-A: Whiteville finished the year in dominant fashion, taking home the Wells Fargo Conference Cup with top finishes this spring in baseball, softball, and women's soccer. South Columbus ended the year in second place with top finishes in golf and softball this spring, while Red Springs rounded out the top three in the final standings. Conference Standings: Whiteville 115.5, South Columbus 83, Red Springs 76.5, St. Pauls 74.5, Fairmont 73, East Columbus 59, South Robeson 53, West Columbus 44.5.

Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: The Wells Fargo Conference Cup belongs to Hendersonville after top finishes in baseball, women’s track, and men’s tennis, while Polk County finished in second, aided by top finishes in softball, men’s track, and soccer. Avery County finished on the heels of Polk County with a top finish in men’s golf to take third. Conference Standings: Hendersonville 193.5, Polk County 176.5, Avery County 173, Charles D. Owen 169, Madison 143, Mountain Heritage 125, Mitchell 106.

Class 2-A Conference Results

Central Carolina 2-A: Salisbury took home the regular season league championships in men’s golf and tennis this spring, giving it the Conference Cup. West Davidson finished the year second with top finishes in baseball and softball, as well as runner-up finishes in men’s golf and tennis, while third place belonged to East Davidson. East Davidson finished first this spring in women’s track and softball and also took second in baseball. Conference Standings: Salisbury 170.5, West Davidson 153.5, East Davidson 144.5, Lexington 125.5, North Rowan 120, Thomasville 97.

East Central 2-A: Croatan took the Wells Fargo Conference Cup with top finishes in baseball and women’s track this spring, while second place East Duplin had a top finish in men’s golf. Dixon finished in third place to end the year with a top finish in women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Croatan 160.5, East Duplin 149, Dixon 147, North Brunswick 133, Southwest Onslow 131.5, Northside Jacksonville 124.

Eastern Carolina 2-A: North Lenoir had top finishes this spring in baseball and men’s tennis, earning it the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. South Lenoir finished the year in second,  with its best performances in softball and women's soccer, while third place is Greene Central. Conference Standings: North Lenoir 54, South Lenoir 46, Greene Central 44, Goldsboro 42.5, Kinston 42, Ayden-Grifton 39.5.

Eastern Plains 2-A: With a close finish to end the year, North Pitt edged Washington for the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, thanks to a league championship in men’s track, and second-place finishes in women’s soccer and women’s track. Second place Washington finished strong this spring, taking first in women’s soccer and men’s golf, while Beddingfield wound up in the third spot with league titles in women’s track, softball, and a runner-up finish in men’s track. Conference Standings: North Pitt 63, Washington 61.5, Beddingfield 54, Farmville Central 45, North Johnston 43.5, SouthWest Edgecombe 36.

Mid-State 2-A: Carrboro never looked back in the spring season, taking home first place in baseball, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s track, and men’s track, giving the Jaguar program the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. Jordan-Matthews finished the year in a hard fought second place, thanks to a championship in softball and a runner-up finish in men’s tennis, while Reidsville rounded out the top three with first place in golf and second place in baseball and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Carrboro 92.5, Jordan-Matthews 69.5, Reidsville 66, Cummings 50, Graham 45, Bartlett Yancey 43.5.

Northeastern Coastal 2-A: Currituck squeaked by Northeastern to grab the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, thanks to top finishes in men’s tennis, golf, women’s track, and a co-championship in softball. Northeastern took first place in men’s track and the tie in softball with Currituck. First Flight ended the year in the third spot after a first-place finish in women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: Currituck 102, Northeastern 100, First Flight 92, Edenton Holmes 71, Hertford County 53, Pasquotank 50, Bertie 36.

Northern Carolina 2-A: The Wells Fargo Conference Cup title belongs to South Granville this year thanks to a conference title in baseball and a runner-up performance in softball. North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics edged out Bunn for second, thanks to first-place finishes this spring in men’s tennis and women’s soccer. Bunn took the third spot, with championships in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: South Granville 77, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics 72.5, Bunn 65, Roanoke Rapids 64, Franklinton 63.5, Durham School of the Arts 58, Southern Vance 33.5, Warren County 31.5.

PAC 6 2-A: Taking home first place in baseball, women’s soccer, and men’s tennis in the spring, Randleman wound up taking the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. Trinity squeaked by Wheatmore for second place, with runner-up finishes this spring in women’s soccer, men’s tennis and men’s track. Wheatmore finished third, taking home the league title in softball and also had a runner-up finish in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Randleman 78, Trinity 72.5, Wheatmore 70, Providence Grove 64.5, Eastern Randolph 51.5, High Point Andrews 30.5.

Rocky River 2-A: After a tight race all year, Parkwood edged out Central Academy and Mount Pleasant to take the Cup. Parkwood captured first place in golf and shared the league crown in baseball this spring. Central Academy took home first in women’s soccer to wind up in second place. Mount Pleasant was right behind in third place, taking the league crown in women’s track and sharing the title in baseball. Conference Standings: Parkwood 72.5, Central Academy 70.5, Mount Pleasant 69.5, West Stanly 61, Forest Hills 55.5, Monroe 41.

Southern District 7 2-A: It was a close race all year long,  with East Lincoln finally edging out Newton-Conover for the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. East Lincoln finished the spring season with league titles in baseball, women’s track and women’s soccer, while Newton-Conover took first in men’s tennis and golf. Maiden wound up in third place, thanks to a second-place tie in men’s tennis and third-place finishes in men’s golf, men’s track, and women’s track. Conference Standings: East Lincoln 109, Newton-Conover 105.5, Maiden 79.5, Bandys 73.5, Lincolnton 73, West Caldwell 66, West Lincoln 61, Bunker Hill 60.5.

Western Piedmont 2-A: The Conference Cup belongs to Forbush which took home the league crown in softball and shared the title in women’s soccer, while West Stokes finished second place overall with a top finish in men’s tennis and a tie for first in women’s soccer with Forbush. North Surry rounded out the top three, thanks to a championship in baseball. Conference Standings: Forbush 86.5, West Stokes 78.5, North Surry 72.5, Surry Central 65.5, South Stokes 64, Carver 21.

Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results

Big South 2-A/3-A: Forestview rolled on in the spring season to take home the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, thanks to top finishes in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and men’s track, while Ashbrook finished the year in second with top finishes in women’s track. South Point and Lake Norman Charter tied for third, with South Point’s top finishes in baseball and softball, while Lake Norman Charter’s top finish was in women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Forestview 218.5, Ashbrook 196.5, South Point 190.5, Lake Norman Charter 190.5, North Gaston 164.5, East Gaston 155.5, Stuart Cramer 141.5, Hunter Huss 116.

South Mountain Athletic 2-A/3-A: Thanks to league titles this spring in golf and softball along with a runner-up finish in men’s tennis, Kings Mountain jumped ahead of Shelby to take the Cup. Shelby finished the year in second, with top finishes in women’s soccer and men’s tennis this spring. Crest wound up in third place after finishing second in both baseball and golf. Conference Standings: Kings Mountain 122.5, Shelby 118.5, Crest 108.5, R-S Central 92.5, Draughn 87.5, East Burke 87.5, Chase 64, East Rutherford 61.5, Burns 56.5.

Western North Carolina Athletic 2-A/3-A: Pisgah held on at the end of the spring to capture the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, thanks to a league championship in softball and second-place finishes in baseball and golf. Following in second place was West Henderson, with a first-place finish in women’s track and a runner-up performance in men’s tennis. Rounding out the top three was Franklin, with second-place finishes in women’s soccer and softball. Conference Standings: Pisgah 96, West Henderson 91.5, Franklin 89.5, North Henderson 70.5, East Henderson 69.5, Smoky Mountain 66.5, Brevard 61, Tuscola 61.

Class 3-A Conference Results

Big East 3-A: In a tight battle for the Cup,  Fike edged Hunt to take top honors with a strong spring performance. Fike finished first in baseball, women’s soccer, men’s tennis and tied for first in softball. Hunt took the conference championship in golf, and tied for first in softball with Fike. Rocky Mount placed third to end the year, sweeping the track championships. Conference Standings: Fike 181, Hunt 176.5, Rocky Mount 171, Northern Nash 161.5, Southern Nash 148.5, Nash Central 125.5.

Big Eight 3-A: Cardinal Gibbons procures the Wells Fargo Conference Cup with a solid spring season, taking league titles in softball, women’s soccer, men’s golf, lacrosse, and a share of the title in baseball. Chapel Hill swept the track championships while also taking runner-up finishes in men’s golf and lacrosse, giving the Tigers second place overall. Orange rounded out the top three, with a first place tie in baseball as well as a runner-up finish in women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 124.5, Chapel Hill 110, Orange 83.5, Northwood 81.5, Cedar Ridge 77.5, Northern Vance 39, J.F. Webb 38.5, Southern Durham 33.5.

Coastal 3-A: West Carteret continued to roll during the spring, giving it the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. West Carteret finished with a league championship in men’s track, along with runner-up finishes in women’s track, men’s tennis and baseball. Jacksonville finished in second place, winding up in the top spot in men’s track to go with second-place finishes in men’s golf and women’s soccer. Third place belongs to Swansboro, who took first in women’s soccer and softball. Conference Standings: West Carteret 107, Jacksonville 93, Swansboro 90.5, Havelock 77.5, White Oak 63.5, Richlands 48.5, West Craven 48.

Cape Fear Valley 3-A: It was a fight for the top spot, with Union Pines edging Terry Sanford. Union Pines took first in men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and swept the track championships, while Terry Sanford took first place in baseball, and placed second in men’s tennis, and women’s soccer. Lee County wound up in third place. Conference Standings: Union Pines 111.5, Terry Sanford 110.5, Lee County 97.5, Grays Creek 73.5, Southern Lee 73, Westover 52.5, Douglas Byrd 32.

Mid Piedmont 3-A: With a close finish at the end, Ledford squeaks out the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, edging Asheboro with runner-up finishes in men’s tennis, golf, and softball. Asheboro tied for first in baseball and women’s soccer, giving the Comets second overall. Central Davidson finished in third, thanks to a first-place tie in women’s soccer and runner-up finishes in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Ledford 92.5, Asheboro 91.5, Central Davidson 83, Southwestern Randolph 74, Southern Guilford 55, Western Guilford 54.5, North Forsyth 51.5.

Mid State 3-A: Northern Guilford dominated the spring season, providing the Nighthawks with the Wells Fargo Conference Cup title. Northern Guilford took first in women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and men’s track, while finishing in a tie for the top spot in softball and men’s lacrosse this spring season. Second place wound up in a deadlock Eastern Alamance and Walter Williams, with Eastern Alamance taking first in softball while Walter Williams grabbing a first-place tie in men’s lacrosse this spring. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 268, Eastern Alamance 216.5, Walter Williams 216.5, Western Alamance 208, Rockingham County 199.5, McMichael 174, Eastern Guilford 159.5, Morehead 154.5, Northeast Guilford 128.5.

South Piedmont 3-A: The Wells Fargo Conference Cup race ended in a dead heat between Cox Mill and Hickory Ridge. Hickory Ridge jumped into the first-place to end of the year by earning top finishes in women’s soccer, women’s track, men’s tennis, and golf, while Cox Mill had top finishes in women’s soccer, men’s tennis and baseball. Jesse Carson takes third place with top finishes in women’s soccer and baseball. Conference Standings: Cox Mill 680, Hickory Ridge 680, Jesse Carson 675, East Rowan 610, Concord 580, West Rowan 555, Northwest Cabarrus 552.5, South Rowan 405, Central Cabarrus 382.5.

Southern Carolina 3-A: Marvin Ridge grabbed the lead back from Weddington to capture the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. Marvin Ridge had top finishes this spring in men’s tennis, baseball, and men’s and women's track, while Weddington had its top finish in women’s soccer. Cuthbertson finished the year in the third spot. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 95.5, Weddington 92.5, Cuthbertson 74.5, Piedmont 60.5, Sun Valley 48.5, Anson 22.5.

Two Rivers 3-A: Corinth Holders had a spectacular spring season, taking first place in baseball, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and men’s golf, and that earned Corinth Holders earns the Wells Fargo Conference Cup title. Second place overall belongs to Cleveland, thanks to a sweep in the track championships this spring, while Triton rounds out the top three in the conference to end the year. Conference Standings: Corinth Holders 216, Cleveland 201.5, Triton 170.5, South Johnston 167.5, Western Harnett 158, Smithfield-Selma 138.5.

Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results

Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A: D.H. Conley pulled away to end the year and win the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, thanks to championships in baseball, softball, men's golf, women’s soccer, and men’s tennis. New Bern followed D.H. Conley in second, with runner-up finishes this spring in men’s tennis and women’s track, while J.H. Rose finished the year in third place. Conference Standings: D.H. Conley 103.5, New Bern 95.5, J.H. Rose 86.5, South Central 82.5, C.B. Aycock 75, Eastern Wayne 61.5, Southern Wayne 35.5.

Mideastern 3-A/4-A: Hoggard took the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, thanks to a solid spring with a first-place finish in women’s soccer and a sweep of the lacrosse championships. Laney finished close behind in second, with a league championship in men’s golf, while New Hanover ended the year in third, thanks to first-place finishes in men’s tennis and women’s track. Conference Standings: Hoggard 121.5, Laney 100, New Hanover 99, Ashley 81.5, Topsail 75, West Brunswick 57, South Brunswick 54.

Mountain Athletic 3-A/4-A: T.C. Roberson, with a solid spring season, takes home the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, aided by first-place finishes in baseball and women’s track and runner-up finishes in men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and men’s track. A.C. Reynolds follows T.C. Roberson for second ,with a championship in men’s golf and runner-up finishes in baseball, women’s soccer, softball, and women’s track. Third-place Asheville took home league titles in men’s tennis and men’s track, along with a second-place finish in women’s soccer. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 200, A.C. Reynolds 187, Asheville 167, North Buncombe 158, Enka 120, McDowell 112, Clyde Erwin 110.

North Piedmont 3-A/4-A: Lake Norman dominated down the stretch to earn the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, thanks to league titles this spring in men’s tennis and women’s soccer and second place in baseball and both men’s and women’s track. Mooresville took second overall, with conference crowns in both baseball and men’s track. Sitting in third place is Alexander Central, with the championship in softball. Conference Standings: Lake Norman 840, Mooresville 732.5, Alexander Central 670, South Iredell 660, North Lincoln 570, North Iredell 522.5, Statesville 480, West Iredell 465.

Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: A tie at the top means that the Wells Fargo Conference Cup is shared this spring between Watauga and Hickory. Watauga took first place in men’s tennis and both men’s and women’s track, while Hickory took home first place in women’s soccer. Third place belongs to South Caldwell, which earned regular season titles in baseball and softball this spring. Conference Standings: Watauga 198, Hickory 198, South Caldwell 188.5, St. Stephens 177.5, Fred T. Foard 169, Freedom 164.5, Hibriten 162.5, Patton 141.

Class 4-A Conference Results

All-Metro 4-A: Page dominated the year, finishing the spring in first place by a healthy margin. Page took first in men’s golf, men’s tennis and women’s soccer. Southeast Guilford edged Grimsley for second with league titles in baseball and softball this spring, while Grimsley grabbed the top spot in women’s soccer and tied for first in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Page 95.5, Southeast Guilford 78, Grimsley 75, Southern Alamance 62, Ben L. Smith 41, Dudley 36.

CAP 8 4-A: Millbrook captured the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, thanks to runner-up finishes in men’s and women’s track, men’s tennis, and men’s golf. Broughton wound up in second, edging Leesville Road at the end of the year with league titles in women’s soccer, men’s golf, and men’s track. Leesville Road finished third, taking the league title in men’s lacrosse. Conference Standings: Millbrook 142, Broughton 121.5, Leesville Road 121, Wakefield 104, Heritage 93.5, Sanderson 89, Wake Forest 82, Enloe 70.5.

Central Piedmont 4-A: Reagan edged West Forsyth for the Conference Cup, with runner-up finishes in women’s soccer, men’s golf, men’s tennis, and men’s lacrosse. Second-place West Forsyth finished the spring sports season with top conference honors in women’s soccer, softball, baseball, and men’s track. Third place belonged to Mount Tabor, which had runner-up finishes in men’s tennis, men’s lacrosse, and men’s track. Conference Standings: Reagan 875, West Forsyth 860, Mount Tabor 802.5, R.J. Reynolds 782.5, Davie County 635, North Davidson 625, Parkland 415.

Greater Neuse River 4-A: Thanks to top finishes in women’s soccer and men’s tennis, Clayton won the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. Garner finished in second place with a top finish in baseball, and West Johnston took third. Conference Standings: Clayton 231, Garner 224, West Johnston 208, Knightdale 198, Harnett Central 184, Southeast Raleigh 178, East Wake 166, Rolesville 148.

MeCKa 4-A: With top finishes this spring in baseball, softball, men’s tennis, and golf, Hough took home the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. Jay M. Robinson edged Mallard Creek for the second spot, with Jay M. Robinson top finishes in softball and women’s soccer and Mallard Creek’s top finishes this spring in men’s and women’s track. Conference Standings: Hough 137.5, Jay M. Robinson 107.5, Mallard Creek 103, Hopewell 102.5, A.L. Brown 89, North Mecklenburg 70.5, Vance 37, West Charlotte 26.

Mid-South 4-A: Despite a strong performance this spring by Cape Fear, Jack Britt held on to take the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. Britt took home a first place tie in men’s tennis and also runner-up finishes in women’s soccer, men’s track, and golf. Cape Fear earned league titles this spring in baseball, softball, and men’s golf, and tied for first in men’s tennis. South View finished in the third spot with a sweep in the track championships to go with second-place finishes in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 112, Cape Fear 93, South View 88, Pine Forest 77.5, Overhills 62.5, Seventy-First 51, E.E. Smith 38.

PAC 6 4-A: East Chapel Hill is the Wells Fargo Conference cup winner, aided by first-place finishes in men’s tennis and men’s lacrosse, and also a first place tie in women’s tennis with Jordan, which finished in second place overall. Jordan also took first in men’s track. To round out the top three is Riverside, with a runner-up finish in women’s track this spring. Conference Standings: East Chapel Hill 93.5, Jordan 89, Riverside 77, Northern Durham 63, Hillside 40, Person 36.5.

Piedmont Triad 4-A: Northwest Guilford sits on top at the end of the spring sports season to earn the Conference Cup title. Northwest Guilford took first place in baseball, men’s tennis, softball, and also swept the lacrosse championships. Ragsdale and Southwest Guilford finished the year in a tie for second with Ragsdale after taking first in men’s track and women’s soccer, while Southwest Guilford’s top finish was a runner-up in men’s track. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 102.5, Ragsdale 80, Southwest Guilford 80, East Forsyth 69, High Point Central 58.5, Glenn 51.

SoMeck 8 4-A: Ardrey Kell takes the Wells Fargo Conference Cup with a solid spring season performance, thanks to a first place finish in women’s track, first place tie in baseball, and runner-up finishes in men’s tennis, men’s track, golf, and women’s soccer. Providence grabbed second with league titles in women’s soccer, golf, and men’s tennis, to go with a first place tie in baseball and second place in softball. Charlotte Catholic finished third. Conference Standings: Ardrey Kell 131.5, Providence 124.5, Charlotte Catholic 107.5, South Mecklenburg 97.5, Olympic 83.5, Berry Academy 51, West Mecklenburg 41, Harding 18.5.

Southeastern 4-A: With top finishes in men’s and women’s track, as well as women’s soccer, Pinecrest controlled the spring season to earn the Wells Fargo Conference Cup title. Richmond finished in second place, with top finishes this spring season in softball and baseball, while Scotland had top finishes in softball and men’s track. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 87.5, Richmond 71, Scotland 66, Lumberton 56.5, Hoke 42, Purnell Swett 33.

Southwest Wake 4-A: Dominating the spring sports season, Green Hope ran away with the Wells Fargo Conference Cup, taking first place in men’s tennis, men’s golf and a tie for first in baseball. Behind Green Hope in second was Panther Creek, with a league title in women’s soccer and a runner-up finish in men’s tennis. Third place went Apex, with first-place finishes in men’s track and women’s lacrosse. Conference Standings: Green Hope 152, Panther Creek 125, Apex 122.5, Middle Creek 106.5, Holly Springs 98.5, Fuquay-Varina 83, Athens Drive 70, Cary 63.5.

Southwestern 4-A: With top finishes in baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s soccer, Myers Park powered to the Wells Fargo Conference Cup. David Butler finished the spring season with top finishes in baseball and men’s track, earning second. Third place is Porter Ridge, with top finishes this spring in softball and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Myers Park 119, David Butler 99.5, Porter Ridge 86, Independence 77, East Mecklenburg 65, Rocky River 50.5, Garinger 18.