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2011-2012 Wells Fargo Conference Cup Winners Announced

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

            The Wells Fargo Cup award, 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. Wells Fargo, and prior to that Wachovia, has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.

            The Wells Fargo Conference Cup is a companion to the Wells Fargo Cup. The Conference Cup is awarded to schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performance in each individual conference.

            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 increased its first-place lead and captured the Conference Cup with spring championships in men’s golf, men’s and women’s track and field, and a share of both the women’s soccer and softball titles with Princeton, which finished second in the conference. Princeton added second-place finishes in men’s and women’s track and field to its spring campaign, and the men’s tennis and baseball champion, Ayden-Grifton finishes third. Conference Standings: Rosewood 87, Princeton 75.5, Ayden-Grifton 57.5, Spring Creek 50, Goldsboro 47.5, North Duplin 31.
 
Coastal Plains 1-A: Conference crowns in women’s soccer and men’s golf procured the Conference Cup for Southwest Onslow. Dixon finished second with a top spring finish in baseball. Finishing a close third is Lejeune, which captured a championship in women’s track and field. Conference Standings: Southwest Onslow 707.5, Dixon 660, Lejeune 652.5, East Carteret 540, Pamlico 480, Jones Senior 405.
 
Four Rivers 1-A: Riverside (Martin)  was finally able to overtake Manteo to win the Conference Cup thanks to a women’s track and field championship as well as a second-place finish in baseball. Camden moved up one spot to finish second with a league title in men’s track and field and a runner-up performance in women’s track and field. Manteo fell to third in the conference. Conference Standings: Riverside 119.5, Camden 116, Manteo 111, Southside 102, Perquimans 90, South Creek 85.5, Northside 80, Plymouth 55.
 
Smoky Mountain 1-A: Hayesville was able to beat out previous first-place Murphy to win the Conference Cup, thanks to league titles in baseball and men’s track and field as well as a second-place finish in softball. Murphy was the conference runner up, finishing second in baseball. Robbinsville finished in third, capturing a conference crown in women’s track and field. Conference Standings: Hayesville 140, Murphy 138, Robbinsville 126, Swain 121.5, Andrews 115, Cherokee 103.5, Hiwassee Dam 88.5, Rosman 84, Highlands 69.5, Blue Ridge 42, Nantahala 24.
 
Tar Roanoke 1-A: With a sweep of the conference track and field championships, North Edgecombe was able to recapture the top spot from Gates County and win the Conference Cup. Previous first-place Gates County, which finished first in softball and baseball, finished tied for second with KIPP Pride, breaking its winter deadlock with Southeast Halifax thanks to second-place finishes in softball and baseball. Conference Standings: North Edgecombe 460, Gates County 405, KIPP Pride 405, Northampton-East 380, Southeast Halifax 375, Northampton-West 320, Weldon High 280.
 
Tideland 1-A: In a tussle for the top spot, Columbia and Creswell finished in a tie to earn a share of the Conference Cup. Columbia finished second in softball, while Creswell finished first in softball and second in baseball. Mattmuskeet finished just behind the top two teams, thanks to a top performance in baseball and a tie for second place in softball with Columbia. Conference Standings: Columbia 20, Creswell 20, Mattamuskeet 19, Cape Hatteras 14, Ocracoke 7.
 
Tri-County 1-A: In a fierce fight for first, Lakewood beat out  Heide Trask to win the Conference Cup ,thanks to a first-place finish in women’s track and field, and a second-place performance in men’s track and field. Trask won the conference title in men’s track and field and finished second overall in front of Midway, who finished first in both baseball and men’s golf. Conference Standings: Lakewood 77.5, Heide Trask 75.5, Midway 71.5, James Kenan 70, Hobbton 58, Wallace-Rose Hill 58, Pender 57, Union 54.5.
 
Yadkin Valley 1-A: North Rowan swept the conference track and field championships and captured the Conference Cup, taking over the top spot from previous first-place Albemarle. Gray Stone finished second with top finishes in men’s tennis and men’s golf, as well as second-place finishes in women’s soccer and women’s track and field. Albemarle fell to third where it finishes the year, despite a second-place finish in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: North Rowan 685, Gray Stone 645, Albemarle 627.5, South Stanly 620, East Montgomery 612.5, Chatham Central 592.5, North Moore 542.5, West Montgomery 540, South Davidson 445.
 
Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results:
 
Carolina 12 1-A/2-A: Carrboro holds on to the top spot in the conference and wins the Conference Cup, holding off the rest the pack with first-place finishes in women’s track and field and women’s soccer. Cedar Ridge finished second,  just ahead of Northwood, with a league title in men’s track and field and a runner-up performance in softball. Northwood fell one spot to finish the year in third. Conference Standings: Carrboro 175, Cedar Ridge 157.5, Northwood 149, North Carolina School of Science and Math 137.5, Durham School of the Arts 116.5, Raleigh Charter 111.5, South Granville 103, Granville Central 93.5, Franklin Academy 72.5, Voyager Academy 44, River Mill 43, Roxboro Community 41.
 
Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: With consistent top performances all year, including a championship in baseball and women’s soccer this spring, Wilkes Central won the Conference Cup. Elkin was able to hold off Forbush to finish second with league titles in men’s tennis and men’s track and field. Forbush finished third, capturing a spring championship in men’s golf.  Conference Standings: Wilkes Central 134, Elkin 110, Forbush 109, Starmount 100.5, Ashe County 98.5, West Wilkes 87.5, North Wilkes 69, East Wilkes 68, Alleghany 52.5.
 
Northwest 1-A/2-A: Bishop McGuinness broke the winter deadlock with Mount Airy with a solid spring season to win the Conference Cup. League titles in baseball, men’s soccer, and men’s track and field propelled West Stokes to finish second, moving up from its previous fifth-place position. Mount Airy dropped to third in the conference and finished just behind West Stokes. Conference Standings: Bishop McGuinness 114.5, West Stokes 112.5, Mount Airy 111.5, East Surry 101, Surry Central 99.5, North Surry 99, South Stokes 91, North Stokes 69, Winston-Salem Prep 29.
 
Rocky River 1-A/2-A: Cuthbertson seals the deal and wins the Conference Cup, continuing its top form from its previous two sports seasons. The Cavaliers captured championships in men’s tennis, baseball, and women’s soccer, as well as finishing second in men’s and women’s track and field. Piedmont finished second with a top performance in men’s golf, and runner-up finishes in baseball and women’s soccer. Central Academy held off the rest of the competition to finish third, thanks to second-place finishes in men’s tennis and men’s golf. Conference Standings: Cuthbertson 122, Piedmont 105.5, Central Academy 80, Forest Hills 78.5, West Stanly 73.5, North Stanly 67.5, Union Academy 62, Monroe 54.
 
Southern Piedmont 1-A/2-A: Spring championships in men’s golf, softball, and women’s track and field secured the top spot in the conference for North Lincoln, which passed previous first East Lincoln to win the Conference Cup. East Lincoln finished second despite championships in both baseball and men’s track and field. Lake Norman Charter beats out Lincolnton for third place, thanks to league titles in men’s tennis and women’s softball. Conference Standings: North Lincoln 203, East Lincoln 198, Lake Norman Charter 191, Lincolnton 186, West Lincoln 164, Highland Tech 154, Cherryville 146, Bessemer City 96.
 
Three Rivers 1-A/2-A: Two teams win the Conference Cup this year, with Fairmont and St. Paul’s finishing in a tie for first. Fairmont captured spring titles in baseball and men’s golf, while St. Paul’s finished first in men’s and women’s track and field. Red Springs finished third, beating out previous third-place East Columbus. Conference Standings: Fairmont 48, St. Paul’s 48, Red Springs 42, East Columbus 39, South Robeson 37, West Columbus 22.
 
Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: With great performances in each season this year, including titles in men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s track and field in the spring, Hendersonville won the Conference Cup. Polk County came in second, finishing first in both baseball and softball, and Owen rounded out the top three, finishing second in men’s tennis and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Hendersonville 195.5, Polk County 188.5, Owen 179.5, Mountain Heritage 155.5, Avery County 142, Thomas Jefferson 135, Mitchell 133.5, Madison 99.5.
 
Class 2-A Conference Results:
 
Catawba Valley 2-A: In a tight race for the top spot with all three teams having a shot at the conference title, Newton-Conover comes out the victor, winning the Conference Cup thanks to championships in men’s golf and men’s tennis. J.C. Draughn surged from its previous fourth-place position to finish second, capturing conference crowns in baseball and men’s track and field. Bandys fell one spot to third ,despite a league title in softball. Conference Standings: Newton-Conover 101.8, J.C. Draughn 97.3, Bandys 96, Maiden 83.8, South Iredell 81.5, East Burke 80.6, Bunker Hill 62.3, West Caldwell 43.
 
Central Carolina 2-A: Central Davidson finished on top of the conference and wins the Conference Cup, thanks to spring championships in softball, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s track and field. Second place belonged to Salisbury, which finished first in both men’s tennis and men’s golf. West Davidson finished third, winning a conference crown in baseball, and finishing second in women’s track and field, men’s soccer, and men’s golf. Conference Standings: Central Davidson 159.5, Salisbury 147, West Davidson 142, East Davidson 126.5, Lexington 107.5, Thomasville 85.5.
 
East Central 2-A: In a tight race for the top spot, Topsail was able beat out previous first-place Croatan to win the Conference Cup thanks to spring championships in softball, baseball, and men’s tennis. Croatan wound up finishing second with a runner-up performance in women’s track and field, and Swansboro finished third with top finishes in women’s soccer and women’s track and field, and a second-place performance in softball. Conference Standings: Topsail 197, Croatan 191, Swansboro 182, Richlands 172, East Duplin 163, Jacksonville Northside 146, Clinton 140, South Lenoir 125.
 
Eastern Plains 2-A: A fantastic spring sports season with league titles in softball and men’s and women’s track and field earned Beddingfield the Conference Cup. North Pitt came in second, finishing first in baseball and second in women’s track and field and just edging out third-place finisher Farmville Central, which was second in baseball. Conference Standings: Beddingfield 81, North Pitt 69.5, Farmville Central 67, Kinston 64, Tarboro 47, Greene Central 45, SouthWest Edgecombe 43.5.
 
Mid-State 2-A: Jordan-Matthews won the Conference Cup thanks to a solid spring season, including second-place finishes in men’s tennis and men’s track and field. Reidsville finished second, moving up from its previous fourth-place position thanks to league titles in men’s golf, men’s soccer, and men’s tennis. Providence Grove rounded out the top three, finishing first in baseball and second in women’s track and field. Conference Standings: Jordan-Matthews 75.5, Reidsville 71, Providence Grove 69.5, Graham 61, Cummings 60, Eastern Randolph 53, Bartlett Yancey 50.
 
Northern Carolina 2-A: Corinth Holders was able to pass previous conference leader Roanoke Rapids and captured the Conference Cup, finishing second in women’s soccer, men’s golf, softball, and both men’s and women’s track and field. Bunn finished second overall after ending the winter season in third, thanks to championships in men’s golf and men’s track and field, and a tie for first in baseball. Roanoke Rapids comes in third with top finishes in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Corinth Holders 110, Bunn 107, Roanoke Rapids 105, Franklinton 94.5, North Johnston 88, Louisburg 49.5, Warren County 42, Northwest Halifax 17.5.
 
Piedmont 2-A: With a stellar spring season including championships in baseball, men’s soccer, men’s golf, and men’s and women’s track and field, Randleman was able to reclaim the top spot from Wheatmore and win the Conference Cup. Wheatmore finished second, tying for first in softball with Randleman, and also finishing first in men’s tennis and second in baseball. Trinity came in third, thanks to runner-up finishes in women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and men’s golf. Conference Standings: Randleman 89, Wheatmore 84, Trinity 72, High Point Andrews 56, Carver 37, Atkins 28.
 
Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results:
 
Western North Carolina Athletic 2-A/3-A: West Henderson wass able to reclaim the top spot in the conference and capture the Conference Cup thanks to a sweep of the track and field championships. Franklin settled for second after leading conference through the winter season, finishing first in softball this spring. Third place belongs to Tuscola, which won league titles in baseball, women’s soccer, and men’s golf. Conference Standings: West Henderson 635, Franklin 560, Tuscola 540, Pisgah 530, East Henderson 515, North Henderson 515, Smoky Mountain 465, Brevard 385.
 
Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: A spectacular spring seaso,n including championships in baseball and men’s and women’s track along with second-place finishes in softball, men’s golf, and women’s soccer, vaulted Currituck from its previous third-place position into first and earned it the Conference Cup. First Flight fought off Northeastern to finish second with league titles in men’s golf and women’s soccer. Previous number one Northeastern settles for third in the conference. Conference Standings: Currituck 95, First Flight 89, Northeastern 88, Edenton Holmes 79, Pasquotank 65, Hertford County 43, Bertie 34.
 
South Mountain Athletic 2-A/3-A: Shelby was able to hold off Freedom to win the Conference Cup, winning conference crowns in men’s tennis and men’s track and field. Conference runner-up Freedom just edged out Patton, which finished third despite spring titles in men’s golf and women’s track and field. Conference Standings: Shelby 93, Freedom 81.5, Patton 79.5, East Rutherford 67.5, R-S Central 67, Burns 62.5, Chase 51.
 
Waccamaw 2-A/3-A: With championships in men’s tennis and women’s track and field, and a second-place finish in men’s track and field, South Brunswick fought off West Brunswick and captured the Conference Cup. Runner-up West Brunswick had a solid spring season with a league title in men’s golf, and second-place finishes in women’s soccer, softball, and women’s track and field. Whiteville finished third, with top performances in baseball and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: South Brunswick 110.5, West Brunswick 108.5, Whiteville 91, North Brunswick 85.5, West Bladen 74.5, East Bladen 67, South Columbus 61.
 
Class 3-A Conference Results:
 
Big East 3-A: Rocky Mount finished ahead of the pack and won the Conference Cup, finishing first in women’s soccer and men’s and women’s track and field. Nash Central moved up from its previous third-place position to finish second, thanks to a top finish in softball, and second-place finishes in baseball and men’s track and field. In a tussle for third, Hunt came out on top, winning the baseball championship. Conference Standings: Rocky Mount 176.5, Nash Central 171.5, Hunt 161, Fike 160.5, Southern Nash 156, Northern Nash 145.
 
Big South 3-A: Previous frontrunner Forestview was able to hold on to first and win the Conference Cup, finishing first in men’s golf in the spring. In a battle for second place, South Point beat out Ashbrook thanks to championships in softball and baseball. Third-place Ashbrook finished first in men’s soccer and men’s track and field. Conference Standings: Forestview 198, South Point 189.5, Ashbrook 189, Crest 173, Kings Mountain 170.5, North Gaston 131.5, Hunter Huss 115.
 
Cape Fear Valley 3-A: Union Pines earned the Conference Cup, winning championships in men’s tennis, softball, and baseball. Western Harnett holds on to finish second just edging out third-place finisher Overhills who had a runner-up performance in men’s track and field. Conference Standings: Union Pines 126, Western Harnett 101.5, Overhills 100, Southern Lee 91, Gray’s Creek 72, Douglas Byrd 66, Westover 47.5.
 
Carolina 3-A: In a duel for the top spot and the Conference Cup, Chapel Hill was able to hold off Cardinal Gibbons, thanks to a share of the baseball title with its conference rival, and also adding championships in women’s soccer along with men’s and women’s track and field. Chapel Hill also had second-place finishes in men’s golf and men’s tennis. Second-place finisher Cardinal Gibbons added a runner-up performance in women’s soccer to its share of the baseball title. Orange finished third, with second-place finishes in softball along with men’s and women’s track and field. Conference Standings: Chapel Hill 87, Cardinal Gibbons 85, Orange 64.5, J.F. Webb 40.5, Northern Vance 35.5, Southern Vance 35.5.
 
Coastal 3-A: The top two teams held on to their winter positions with West Carteret winning the Conference Cup, and South Central finishing a close second. West Carteret finished first in men’s golf and women’s track and field, while South Central finished first in men’s tennis and second in baseball. D.H. Conley moved up one spot to place third in the conference, thanks to top finishes in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: West Carteret 107, South Central 102.5, D.H. Conley 91.5, Havelock 88.5, Jacksonville 85.5, Washington 78, White Oak 74, West Craven 52.
 
Eastern Carolina 3-A: With spring titles in softball and women’s soccer, C.B. Aycock was able to take over the top spot in the conference and win the Conference Cup. Previous first-place occupant Triton finished second with a runner-up performance in men’s track and field, and a third-place finish in softball. South Johnston held off Cleveland to finish third, thanks to a championship in men’s track and field and a second-place finish in softball. Conference Standings: C.B. Aycock 109, Triton 102.5, South Johnston 91, Cleveland 89.5, Eastern Wayne 77, Southern Wayne 50.5, North Lenoir 45.5.
 
Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ledford maintained its top form to take the Conference Cup, finishing first in softball, baseball, and women’s track and field. Asheboro wound up second, capturing conference crowns in men’s tennis, men’s golf, and women’s soccer. Northeast Guilford beat out Southwestern Randolph for third. Conference Standings: Ledford 94, Asheboro 77, Northeast Guilford 56, Southwestern Randolph 54.5, Southern Guilford 46.5, North Forsyth 44.
 
Mid State 3-A: Another dominant sports season, including a sweep of the track and field championships as well as a second-place finish in women’s soccer, procured the Conference Cup for Northern Guilford. Conference crowns in baseball, men’s golf, and women’s soccer, and runner-up performances in men’s tennis and women’s track and field propelled Walter Williams from fourth into second. Western Alamance moved up one spot to finish third, thanks to a league title in men’s tennis and a second-place finish in softball. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 238.5, Walter Williams 211, Western Alamance 204, Eastern Alamance 198.5, Rockingham County 167.5, Morehead 157, McMichael 156, Eastern Guilford 139.5.
 
North Piedmont 3-A: With championships in baseball and men’s track and field, as well as a second-place finish in men’s golf, East Rowan finished on top and captured the Conference Cup. Carson surged from its previous fifth-place position to finish second in the conference, thanks to second-place performances in men’s tennis, baseball, and men’s and women’s track and field. West Rowan wound up third with a league title in women’s soccer. Conference Standings: East Rowan 732, Carson 700, West Rowan 692, Statesville 680, North Iredell 625, South Rowan 607.5, West Iredell 582.
 
South Piedmont 3-A: Jay M. Robinson won the Conference Cup, further distancing itself from the pack in the spring with a championship in women’s track and field and second-place finishes in women’s soccer, softball, baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s track and field. Cox Mill earned second in the conference, finishing first in women’s soccer. Hickory Ridge was able to move up a spot and finish third by virtue of a runner-up performance in women’s track and field. Conference Standings: Jay M. Robinson 805, Cox Mill 655, Hickory Ridge 652.5, A.L. Brown 610, Concord 597.5, Northwest Cabarrus 565, Mount Pleasant 510, Central Cabarrus 440.
 
Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results:
 
Mega 7 3-A/4-A: With a consistent top form all year long, including spring championships in baseball, women’s soccer, men’s golf, and men’s tennis, Charlotte Catholic captured the Conference Cup. Second place belonged to Olympic, which finished first in softball and women’s track and field, and second in baseball, women’s soccer, and men’s track and field. East Gaston placed third with runner-up performances in softball, men’s golf, and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic 165, Olympic 143, East Gaston 121.5, West Mecklenburg 92, Berry Academy 90.5, Harding 60. Garinger 33.
 
Mountain Athletic 3-A/4-A: Another dominant sports season earned T.C. Roberson the Conference Cup as the school captured spring championships in baseball, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s track and field. Asheville finished where it was all year, in second place, thanks to a league title in men’s tennis, and a runner-up finish in men’s track and field. McDowell and A.C. Reynolds wound up in a deadlock for third with McDowell finishing second in men’s golf and A.C. Reynolds finishing second in both women’s soccer and women’s track and field. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 230, Asheville 158, A.C. Reynolds 156, McDowell 156, North Buncombe 133, Enka 121, Clyde Erwin 102.
 
Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: The Conference Cup winner is Watauga, which finished the year with another stellar sports season consisting of league titles in men’s tennis as well as men’s and women’s track and field. Hickory came in second, finishing first in men’s golf and second in men’s tennis. Alexander Central finishes a close third with a championship in softball. Conference Standings: Watauga 198, Hickory 177, Alexander Central 174, South Caldwell 167, Fred T. Foard 159.5, St. Stephens 157, Hibriten 128.5.
 
Southern Carolina 3-A/4-A: A dominant spring season distanced Marvin Ridge from the rest of the opposition and secured the Conference Cup with top performances in men’s golf, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, baseball, and men’s and women’s track and field. Second-place finisher Weddington also finished well in women’s soccer, and Porter Ridge, which wound up the year in third, performed well in softball this spring. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 152, Weddington 125, Porter Ridge 116, Sun Valley 88, Parkwood 72, Anson 59.
 
Class 4-A Conference Results
 
Cap 8 4-A: The Conference Cup goes to Millbrook, which led the way all year and finished first in women’s track and field, tied for first in women’s soccer, and finished second in men’s lacrosse. Broughton finished second, with top performances in men’s golf, men’s lacrosse, and men’s track and field. Leesville Road finished the year in third,  tying with Millbrook for first in women’s soccer, and finishes second in softball, baseball, and men’s golf. Conference Standings: Millbrook 131, Broughton 116.5, Leesville Road 112, Wakefield 102, Sanderson 88.5, Enloe 85.5, Wake Forest-Rolesville 65, Heritage 50.5.
 
Central Piedmont 4-A: Reagan was able to break the winter deadlock with West Forsyth to win the Conference Cup, finishing first in men’s track and field. West Forsyth earned its second-place finish with league titles in men’s golf and women’s soccer. With a conference crown in women’s track and field, Mount Tabor remained in third. Conference Standings: Reagan 857.5, West Forsyth 852.5, Mount Tabor 810, R.J. Reynolds 757.5, Davie 681.5, North Davidson 602.5.
 
Greater Neuse River 4-A: The top three teams remained unchanged after the spring season, leaving Clayton on top and victors of the Conference Cup, thanks to a championship in men’s golf. Garner finished second with a top performance in men’s tennis and a tie for first in softball with third-place finisher West Johnston. West Johnston added conference crowns in baseball, women’s soccer, and women’s track and field to its spring campaign to solidify its third-place finish. Conference Standings: Clayton 259.5, Garner 249, West Johnston 243.5, Knightdale 228, East Wake 208, Harnett Central 186.5, Southeast Raleigh 183.5, Smithfield Selma 170.
 
I-Meck 4-A: W.A. Hough won the Conference Cup, capturing spring championships in men’s golf and women’s soccer. Lake Norman moved up from its previous third-place position to finish second, winning league titles in football and men’s tennis. Third place belongs to Mallard Creek, which finished first in baseball and men’s and women’s track and field. Conference Standings: W.A. Hough 119, Lake Norman 115, Mallard Creek 109.5, Mooresville 90.5, North Mecklenburg 76, Hopewell 70.5, West Charlotte 43.5, Vance 43.
 
All-Metro 4-A: Previous third-place Southeast Guilford vaulted into first and captured the Conference Cup, thanks to  a strong spring with championships in baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s track and field, as well as second-place performances in men’s golf and women’s soccer. Page placed second despite leading the conference after the winter season, finishing in a tie for first in men’s tennis with third-place finisher Grimsley. Grimsley also finished first in men’s golf and women’s soccer, and added a second-place finish in men’s track and field to its spring campaign. Conference Standings: Southeast Guilford 96, Page 92.5, Grimsley 86.5, Southern Alamance 69, Western Guilford 66, Dudley 47, Ben L. Smith 35.
 
Mid-Eastern 4-A: The continued dominance of Hoggard merited the Conference Cup as it wins the conference, finishing first in women’s soccer, men’s lacrosse, and women’s lacrosse. Laney held on to finish second, with conference crowns in softball and men’s tennis. Third place goes to New Hanover, second in both men’s lacrosse and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Hoggard 91, Laney 79, New Hanover 75, Ashley 66.5, New Bern 65, Rose 61.5.
 
Mid-South 4-A: Jack Britt and Terry Sanford continued their battle for the top spot in the conference this spring with Jack Britt ultimately winning the Conference Cup thanks to second-place finishes in softball, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and women’s track and field. Terry Sanford settled for second, despite spring championships in baseball, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and men’s golf. South View comes in third, finishing first in softball and men’s and women’s track and field. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 87, Terry Sanford 85, South View 76.5, Pine Forest 64, Cape Fear 56, Seventy First 42.5, E.E. Smith 37.
 
Pac-6 4-A: The Conference Cup goes to East Chapel Hill, which finished first in women’s soccer and women’s track and field, and also tied for first in both men’s tennis and baseball with conference runner-up Jordan. Riverside finished third with championships in men’s golf, men’s track, and softball. Conference Standings: East Chapel Hill 109.5, Jordan 103, Riverside 89.5, Northern Durham 76.5, Person 54.5, Hillside 44.5, Southern Durham 30.5.
 
Piedmont Triad 4-A: A dominant year for Northwest Guilford capped off by championships in men’s tennis, men’s golf, and softball in the spring earned the Conference Cup. East Forsyth finished second, winning a league title in women’s soccer, and tying for first in baseball with Southwest Guilford, which finished third overall in the conference. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 117.5, East Forsyth 84.5, Southwest Guilford 83, Ragsdale 73.5, High Point Central 67.5, Glenn 55.5, Parkland 42.5.
 
Southeastern 4-A: Pinecrest was able to break its winter deadlock with Scotland to win the Conference Cup with an outstanding spring season consisting of championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s track and field. Scotland wound up second, finishing first in baseball and second in men’s and women’s track and field. Richmond took third with a runner-up performance in softball and a tie for second in baseball. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 84.5, Scotland 73, Richmond 58, Lumberton 52, Purnell Swett 49, Hoke 40.5.
 
Southwestern 4-A: With solid performances in men’s golf, women’s soccer and men’s track and field, Ardrey Kell was able to remain atop the conference and win the Conference Cup. Myers Park held off Providence to finish second, performing well in men’s golf, and men’s and women’s track and field this spring. Third place goes to Providence, finishing well in men’s tennis, baseball, and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Ardrey Kell 208.5, Myers Park 188, Providence 184.5, Butler 164, South Mecklenburg 159.5, Independence 141, East Mecklenburg 120, Rocky River 106.5.
 
Tri-9 4-A: Green Hope solidified its top spot in the conference this spring and grabbed the Conference Cup with league titles in men’s tennis, men’s golf, women’s soccer, and baseball. Second place belongs to Apex, which finished first in women’s track and field and second in softball, and third goes to Panther Creek just beating out fourth-place Cary. Conference Standings: Green Hope 160.5, Apex 141.5, Panther Creek 116.5, Cary 114, Middle Creek 102.5, Holly Springs 99.5, Athens Drive 89.5, Fuquay-Varina 75, Lee County 46.