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CHAPEL HILLóThe North Carolina High School Athletic Association has announced the winter standings in the Wachovia Conference Cup competition for the 2006-2007 academic year.
The Wachovia Conference Cup, sponsored annually by Wachovia and sanctioned by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, recognizes high school sports programs that achieve the best overall performance within their respective athletic conferences. Wachovia has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.
The Wachovia Conference Cupóformerly known as the Wachovia Trophyóis 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
Albemarle 1-A: Manteo remains in the lead with second-place finishes in menís and womenís basketball. Camden, which is in second place, took the league championship in menís basketball. Conference standings: Albemarle 44, Camden 34.5, Perquimans 25 and Gates 24.
Atlantic 1-A: Plymouth edged past Roanoke once again using a conference championship in womenís basketball. Roanoke and Williamston finished the winter season in a deadlock for second place. Williamston took second place in menís and womenís basketball while Roanoke recorded a conference title in menís basketball. Conference standings: Plymouth 34.5, Roanoke and Williamston 33.5 each, Southside 32.5 and Northside 26.
Carolina 1-A: A league championship in wrestling and a tie for first place in womenís basketball helped Rosewood hang on to the conference lead. North Johnston rose to second place with a tie for first in womenís basketball. Conference standings: Rosewood 32.5, North Johnston 27, Ayden-Grifton 24, Princeton 22.5, Spring Creek 19.5 and North Duplin 13.5.
Coastal Plains 1-A: Another great season with championships in wrestling and menís basketball helped Topsail stay in the lead. East Carteret pulled ahead of Dixon into second place with a league title in womenís basketball. Conference standings: Topsail 427.5, East Carteret 375, Dixon 367.5, Lejeune 302.5, Jones 195 and Pamlico 192.5.
Northwest 1-A: Bishop McGuinness continues to lead the conference, winning conference crowns in women's basketball, women's swimming and men's swimming. East Surry edged past Mount Airy for second place in the conference and recorded runner-up finishes in men's and women's basketball. Conference standings: Bishop McGuinness 82.5, East Surry 63.5, Mount Airy 63, South Stokes 54, Alleghany 43, Elkin 47, West Wilkes 52.5, East Wilkes 43 and North Stokes 37.5.
Smoky Mountain 1-A: Murphy and Hayesville finished the season in a deadlock for first. Murphy recorded a second-place finish in womenís basketball and Hayesville took the conference championship in menís basketball. Swain is in third place overall with third-place finishes in womenís basketball and wrestling. Conference standings: Murphy 92.5 and Hayesville each, Swain 88.5, Robbinsville 81.5, Rosman 56.5, Andrews 51.5, Hiwassee Dam 45.5, Cherokee 45, Highlands 41.5, Blue Ridge 34.5 and Nantahala 32.5.
Super Six 1-A: After finishing the fall season in second place, Union moved to first place in the conference with a championship in womenís basketball. James Kenan fell from first place to third place, and Wallace-Rose Hill moved into second place with a league title in menís basketball. Conference standings: Union 48, Wallace-Rose Hill 45, James Kenan 44, Hobbton 39.5, Lakewood 35 and Midway 30.5.
Tar Roanoke 1-A: Even though Southeast Halifax had a great season, it was not enough to catch Louisburg, which continues to lead the conference in points. Northampton-East follows in third place. Conference standings: Louisburg 280, Southeast Halifax 250, Northampton-East 200, Weldon 150, North Edgecombe 140 and Northampton-West 110.
Tideland Athletic 1-A: Second-place finishes in menís and womenís basketball moved Columbia up to first in the conference. Jamesville fell to second place overall, finishing third in menís basketball. Conference standings: Columbia 19, Jamesville 18, Mattamuskeet 13.5, Cape Hatteras 13, Bear Grass 10.5 and Creswell 10.
Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results
Mid-State 1-A/2-A: A conference title in womenís swimming helped Cardinal Gibbons hold on to first place in the conference. Cedar Ridge passed Orange for second with a runner-up finish in menís basketball. Conference standings: Cardinal Gibbons 85, Cedar Ridge 61.5, Orange 59.5, North Carolina School of Science and Math 57, Northwood 54, Durham School of the Arts 50.5, Raleigh Charter 36.5, Graham 32 and Cummings 32.
Rocky River 1-A/2-A: Mount Pleasant continues to lead the league in points after a championship in wrestling. A second-place finish in menís basketball helped West Stanly maintain the second spot in the conference. Conference standings: Mount Pleasant 73.5, West Stanly 72.5, North Stanly 68, Forest Hills 55.5, Albemarle 52, Gray Stone Day 49.5, South Stanly 47, Monroe 40.7 and Central Academy 6.
Southeastern 1-A/2-A: A second-place finish in womenís basketball helped Fairmont slip past East Bladen for the conference lead. East Bladen recorded third-place finishes in both menís and womenís basketball. Conference standings: Fairmont 27, East Bladen 26.5, St. Pauls 23, West Bladen 20.5, Red Springs 17, West Columbus and South Robeson 14 each.
Southern Piedmont 1-A/2-A: West Lincoln took the top spot in the conference after a championship in womenís basketball. East Lincoln fell to second with a runner-up finish in menís basketball. Conference standings: West Lincoln 170, East Lincoln 167, North Lincoln 155, South Iredell 158, Lincolnton 151, Cherryville 136, Highland Tech 117 and Bessemer City 88.
Waccamaw 1-A/2-A: South Brunswick increased its lead over Whiteville, recording a tie for first in wrestling and second-place finishes in menís basketball and cheerleading. Whiteville captured conference crowns in womenís basketball and cheerleading. Conference standings: South Brunswick 82.3, Whiteville 68.5, Pender 57.5, North Brunswick 51.8, Heide Trask 46.8, South Columbus 37 and East Columbus 33.
Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: Polk County used a conference championship in menís basketball to pass Charles D. Owen for first place in the conference. Owen finished second in menís basketball. Conference standings: Polk 106.5, Charles D. Owen 101.5, Mountain Heritage 89.5, Hendersonville 84, Avery 81, Mitchell 61 and Madison 51.5.
Class 2-A Conference Results
Central Carolina 2-A: With an outstanding season, Salisbury caught Ledford in the points race and the two schools are now deadlocked for first place. Salisbury recorded a championship in menís basketball and a tie for first place in womenís basketball while Ledford tied for second in both menís basketball and wrestling. East Davidson follows in third place in the league, sharing the womenís basketball crown. Conference standings: Salisbury 88.5 and Ledford 88.5 each, East Davidson 80.5, West Davidson 77.5, Central Davidson 76, North Rowan 73.5 and Lexington 46.5.
Eastern Central 2-A: East Duplin barely slipped past Richlands for the lead in the conference. Richlands improved to second with a tie for first place in womenís basketball. Conference standings: East Duplin 83.5, Richlands 83, Northside 80.5, Croatan 77, Swansboro 76.5, South Lenoir 73, Southwest Onslow 72 and Clinton 61.5.
Eastern Plains 2-A: A league title in menís basketball extended Greene Centralís lead in the conference. Farmville Central recorded a championship in menís indoor track and remains in second place. Conference standings: Greene Central 36, Farmville Central 31.5, North Pitt 27.5, Tarboro 27, North Lenoir 26 and Goldsboro 6.
Mountain Valley 2-A: Surry Central and Wilkes Central are neck and neck in the points race with Forbush right behind. Surry Central finished the season with a league championship in womenís swimming, and Wilkes Central took the title in menís swimming. Forbush follows in third place, capturing second in menís and womenís basketball as well as womenís swimming. Conference standings: Surry Central 127.5 and Wilkes Central 127.5 each, Forbush 127, North Surry 122, Starmount 121.5, Ashe County 109.5 and North Wilkes 98.
North State 2-A: Reidsville increased its lead over West Stokes with league titles menís basketball, womenís swimming and a tie for first in womenís basketball. West Stokes was runner-up in wrestling. Conference standings: Reidsville 107.5, West Stokes 99.5, McMichael 95.5, Eastern Guilford 84, Southern Guilford 58 and Atkins 41.5.
Northern Carolina 2-A: Southern Vance narrowly passed Roanoke Rapids for the lead in the conference, recording a top finish in wrestling and tying for first in menís basketball. Roanoke Rapids took the conference crown in menís swimming. Conference standings: Southern Vance 103, Roanoke Rapids 102.5, Bunn 92.5, Franklinton 92, Warren County 64 and Northwest Halifax 49.
Western Athletic 2-A: West Henderson continues to lead the conference after a great season, earning league championships in menís basketball, wrestling and both menís and womenís swimming. Brevard remains in second place in the conference and finished second in wrestling. Conference standings: West Henderson 54, Brevard 44.5, North Henderson 39.5, East Henderson 38, Smoky Mountain 35 and Pisgah 28.
Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results
Catawba Valley 2-A/3-A: Hickory is still first overall, winning titles in womenís basketball and swimming. Fred T. Foard recorded second-place finishes in womenís and menís swimming and follows in second place in the league. Conference standings: Hickory 137, Fred T. Foard 126, St. Stephens 123, Newton-Conover 106, Bandys 105, Hibriten 100.5, West Caldwell 90.5, Bunker Hill 86 and Maiden 82.5.
Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: After recording a championship in womenís swimming and a tie for first in womenís basketball, First Flight continues to lead the conference. Currituck remains in second place after taking the conference crown in menís swimming. Conference standings: First Flight 117, Currituck 100.5, Northeastern 95, Pasquotank County 93, Hertford 58.5 and Bertie 46.
Southwestern 2-A/3-A: Conference crowns in menís basketball and wrestling helped Shelby maintain its first-place standing in the league. R-S Central is second in the points race and recorded a championship in womenís swimming. Conference standings: Shelby 59, R-S Central 50, Kings Mountain 39.5, East Rutherford 33.5, Burns 23.5 and Chase 18.5.
Class 3-A Conference Results
Cape Fear Valley 3-A: Union Pines is leading the points race with the help of a first-place finish in womenís indoor track. Grayís Creek fell to fifth place while Harnett Central took over second place in the conference with championships in menís swimming and womenís basketball. Conference standings: Union Pines 157, Harnett Central 150, Triton 137, South Johnston 132, Grayís Creek 117.5, Overhills 103, Southern Lee 102 and Western Harnett 86.5.
Eastern Carolina 3-A: Hunt barely passed Eastern Wayne to be first overall in the conference with the help of a tie for first place in menís basketball. Eastern Wayne now has the number two spot in the league and took conference titles in menís and womenís swimming. Conference standings: Hun 116.5, Eastern Wayne 116, C.B. Aycock 111.5, Beddingfield 92, Southern Wayne 88.5 and Kinston 58.5.
Mid-Piedmont 3-A: Ragsdale swept the conference again taking crowns in wrestling and menís and womenís swimming. Asheboro recorded a second-place finish in menís basketball while taking second place overall. Conference standings: Ragsdale 147, Asheboro 131, Southeast Guilford 118, Trinity 112, Southwestern Randolph 106.5, Eastern Randolph 106.5 and Randleman 80.
Mid-State 3-A: Top finishes in menís and womenís basketball helped Walter. M. Williams retain their first place standing in the conference. Eastern Alamance fell to third place and second place now belongs to Southern Alamance which recorded a title in wrestling. Conference standings: Walter M. Williams 52, Southern Alamance 46, Eastern Alamance 43.5, J.F. Webb 39.5, Northern Vance 35 and South Granville 27.
Mountain Athletic 3-A: Another outstanding season kept T. C. Roberson in first place. Roberson recorded championships in menís and womenís basketball and swimming while. Asheville continues to trail in second place. Conference standings: T. C. Roberson 147, Asheville 118, North Buncombe 89, Enka 83, Franklin 83, Tuscola 78 and Erwin 60.
New Six 3-A: Fike took first place in menís swimming to keep its first-place spot in the conference. Rocky Mount won the league title in womenís swimming and remains in second place in the conference. Conference standings: Fike 106.5, Rocky Mount 103, Nash Central 98, Southern Nash 91, Northern Nash 38 and Southwest Edgecombe 72.5.
Northern Piedmont 3-A: Lake Norman passed Mooresville to take first place in the conference with a tie for first place in womenís swimming. Mooresville, now in second place, took the conference crown in wrestling. Conference standings: Lake Norman 497.5, Mooresville 442.5, Northwest Cabarrus 435, West Rowan 410, West Iredell 395, Statesville 345, North Iredell 342.5 and Carson 197.5.
Piedmont Triad 3-A: Southwest Guilford was still able to hang on to the conference lead despite not winning a league championship. They finished second in menís and womenís swimming and womenís basketball. Reagan won championships in menís and womenís swimming and remains in second place. Conference standings: Southwest Guilford 50, Reagan 46, Glenn 40, High Point Andrews 34.5, Parkland 32.5 and Carver 15.
South Piedmont 3-A: Concord continues to lead the conference with the help of league championships in menís basketball and both menís and womenís swimming. Second place still belongs Porter Ridge, which finished second in menís basketball. Conference standings: Concord 527.5, Porter Ridge 475, A. L. Brown 425, Parkwood 407.5, Sun Valley 395, Piedmont 362.5 and Anson 252.5.
Triad 3-A: Morehead won the conference wrestling title and holds on to first place ahead of Western Guilford, which captured top honors in both menís and womenís swimming. Northeast Guilford, which shared titles in both menís and womenís basketball, and Rockingham County are knotted in third. Conference standings: Morehead 55.5, Western Guilford 49.5, Northeast Guilford and Rockingham County 49 each, Western Alamance 45, Dudley 28 and Bartlett Yancey 23.
Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results
Big South 3-A/4-A: Ashbrook fell to second place while Forestview took the lead in the conference. East Gaston also improved to third place after finishing fifth in the fall. Conference standings: Forestview 122.5, Ashbrook 121.5, East Gaston 115, Crest 111, South Point 102.5, Hunter Huss 98.5 and North Gaston 79.
Coastal 3-A/4-A: J. H. Rose recorded league titles in menís basketball and womenís swimming and continues to lead the conference in points. New Bern is still holding on to second place with a championship in menís swimming. Conference standings: J. H. Rose 139, New Bern 138.5, Havelock 112.5, D. H. Conley 109, West Carteret 107, South Central 106.5, Washington 90 and West Craven 61.5.
Mideastern 3-A/4-A: League titles in menís and womenís swimming kept Hoggard in the lead. New Hanover tied for first place in menís basketball and remains in second place overall. Conference standings: Hoggard 67.5, New Hanover 59.5, Laney 58, Jacksonville 46.5, Ashley 47, White Oak 34 and West Brunswick 22.5.
Queen City 3-A/4-A: Itís no surprise that after an outstanding fall season, Charlotte Catholic remains in the lead as it took the menís and womenís swimming titles. West Mecklenburg passed Olympic for second place overall and recorded runner-up finishes in menís basketball and swimming. Conference standings: Charlotte Catholic 72, West Mecklenburg 51, Olympic 50.5, Harding 47.5, Berry 33.5, Waddell 31 and Garinger 22.5.
Class 4-A Conference Results
CAP Seven 4-A: Broughton remains in first place with conference championships in menís basketball, gymnastics and womenís diving. Second place still belongs to Leesville Road, which recorded championships in menís and womenís swimming. Conference standings: Broughton 73, Leesville Road 63, Millbrook 51.5, Sanderson 47.5, Wakefield 47, Enloe 45 and Wake Forest-Rolesville 40.
Central Piedmont 4-A: Mount Tabor still controls the top spot in the conference with crowns in womenís swimming and basketball. West Forsyth, which finished first in menís swimming and wrestling, remains in second place overall. Conference standings: Mt. Tabor 108.5, West Forsyth 102.5, R. J. Reynolds 84, Davie 81, East Rowan 75, South Rowan 69 and North Davidson 62.5.
Greater Neuse River 4-A: Southeast Raleigh is still hanging on to first place, recording championships in menís and womenís swimming. Second-place finishes in menís and womenís swimming kept Clayton in second place in the conference. Conference standings: Southeast Raleigh 185.5, Clayton 182, Garner 153.5, Knightdale 148.5, West Johnston 146.5, Smithfield-Selma 135, East Wake 122 and Holly Springs 104.
ME-CA Six 4-A: North Mecklenburg took league titles in menís and womenís swimming and extended its lead over. Vance improved from fourth to second place with a championship in menís basketball. Conference standings: North Mecklenburg 110, Vance 96, Hopewell 95, Central Cabarrus 93.5, Robinson 87.5 and West Charlotte 77.
Metro 4-A: Northwest Guilford barely passed Grimsley for the top spot and finished first in womenís swimming and wrestling. Grimsley took conference crowns in womenís basketball and menís basketball. Conference standings: Northwest Guilford 67, Grimsley 65.5, Page 55.5, East Forsyth 46.5, High Point Central 42.5, North Forsyth 32 and Ben L. Smith 21.
Mid-Southeastern 4-A: Jack Britt passed Pinecrest for first place in the conference, winning a championship in wrestling. Pinecrest earned first-place finishes in menís soccer and golf. Conference standings: Jack Britt 62.5, Pinecrest 58.5, Seventy-First 47, Scotland County 45, Hoke County 43, Richmond Senior 39, Westover 31 and Douglas Byrd 21.
Northwestern 4-A: Watauga continues to lead the points race while Freedom held the second-place spot. A. C. Reynolds fell to third place overall. Conference standings: Watauga 63.5, Freedom 60, A. C. Reynolds 56, East Burke 48, South Caldwell 41.5, McDowell 57.5, Alexander Central 31.5.
PAC-6 4-A: Conference crowns in menís and womenís swimming helped Chapel Hill extend its lead over the competition. Jordan finished third in menís swimming and wrestling and remains in second place overall. Conference standings: Chapel Hill 75, Jordan 67.5, Riverside 64.5, East Chapel Hill 59, Northern Durham 55.5, Person 37 and Southern Durham 17.
Southwestern 4-A: Second-place finishes in menís basketball and swimming led Myers Park passed Providence for first place overall. Providence recorded a conference crown in womenís swimming. Conference standings: Myers Park 118, Providence 116.5, South Mecklenburg and Weddington 106.5 each, Butler 95.5, East Mecklenburg 92.5, Independence 82 and Ardrey Kell 81.5.
Tri-8 4-A: Top finishes in gymnastics, cheerleading and womenís swimming kept Green Hope in the lead. Apex broke the second-place tie with Athens Drive with top finishes in menís and womenís basketball. Conference standings: Green Hope 90, Apex 87, Athens Drive 80, Cary 67, Middle Creek 51.5, Fuquay-Varina 50.5, Lee County 34 and Panther Creek 28.
Two Rivers 4-A: Terry Sanford is leading the points race with a tie for first place in menís basketball. South View has the second place spot and recorded championships in womenís basketball and wrestling. Conference standings: Terry Sanford 54.5, South View 44.5, Pine Forest 38.5, Lumberton 35, Cape Fear 30.5, E. E. Smith 30 and Purnell Swett 19.