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WACHOVIA CONFERENCE CUP
The Wachovia Cup award, sponsored by Wachovia, a Wells Fargo company, and the North Carolina High School Atghletic Association, 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.
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. Wachovia 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.
The 2010-11 winners of the Wachovia Conference Cup are found in the news archives or by going to Wachovia Cup in the drop down menu at the top of the home page under Scholarships/Awards.
Wachovia has been one of the longest running corporate sponsors with any state association in the country, with a relationship with the NCHSAA of over 30 years.