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May 7, 2018

2018 NCHSAA 3A Men's Golf State Championship
Hosted by: Longleaf G&FC, Southern Pines, NC

3A Day 1 Results (PDF)

Team Scores

1 Charlotte Catholic 305 (+17)
T2 Clayton 314 (+26)
T2 Marvin Ridge 314 (+26)
T4 Mt. Tabor 320 (+32)
T4 Eastern Alamance 320 (+32)
T6 Union Pines 321 (+33)
T6 Williams 321 (+33)
8 Crest 324 (+36)
9 East Rowan 327 (+39)
10 South Brunswick 329 (+41)

May 7, 2018

2018 NCHSAA 2A Men's Golf State Championship
Hosted by: CC of Whispering Pines (Pines), Whispering Pines, NC

2A Day 1 Results (PDF)

Team Scores

1 Midway 319 (+31)
2 Central Academy 334 (+46)
3 Lake Norman Charter 335 (+47)
4 West Stanly 343 (+55)
5 Clinton 344 (+56)
6 West Lincoln 359 (+71)
7 Patton 363 (+75)
8 Roanoke Rapids 364 (+76)
9 Randleman 365 (+77)
10 First Flight 367 (+79)

May 7, 2018

2018 NCHSAA 1A Men's Golf State Championship
Hosted by: Foxfire Resort (Red Fox), Foxfire Village, NC

Day 1 Scores (PDF)

Team Scores

1 Community School of Davidson 322 (+34)
2 Lincoln Charter 324 (+36)
3 Pine Lake Prep 346 (+58)
4 Hayesville 347 (+59)
5 Franklin Academy 350 (+62)
6 Raleigh Charter 357 (+69)
7 Uwharrie Charter 372 (+84)
T8 Oxford Prep 380 (+92)
T8 Riverside 380 (+92)

May 7, 2018

The 2018 NCHSAA Men's Golf Championships are underway in Pinehurst. The two-day tournament was held at four different sites, with all four classificiations competing simultaneously. Foxfire Golf & Resort's Red Course hosted the 1A Championships. Country Club of Whispering Pines hosted the 2A Championships. Longleaf Golf and Family Club hosted the 3A Championships. Pinehurst No. 6 hosted the 4A Championships.

Keep up with the championships through the live scoring links below. Scores are updated at the turn for each group and at the conclusion of a round.

May 3, 2018

The Homer Thompson Memorial “Eight Who Make a Difference” Award winners have been selected by virtue of their commitment to sportsmanship and leadership. These recipients serve as excellent role models to our student athletes with their positive and deidcated approach to the coaching profession. The award is presented by North Carolina Farm Bureau Insurance.

 

Andy Downing — Football, Basketball and Track Coach @ John A. Holmes High School 

May 3, 2018

The Unsung Hero Award, given periodically by the NCHSAA for outstanding service in a role behind the scenes. This year’s state recipient is Leigh Hebbard.

Hebbard serves as the system athletic director for Guilford County Schools. In addition to his duties with Guilford County, Hebbard serves the NCHSAA as a member of the Education and Athletics Committee and as a tournament director for the three-day, 10-mat, 1,386 match NCHSAA Individual Wrestling Tournament, held each year at the Greensboro Coliseum.

May 3, 2018

This award is presented to a member of the NCHSAA corporate partnership family for outstanding service to the Association. The 2018 Tradition Award is presented to Cheer LTD, a long-time partner in the NCHSAA’s annual Cheerleading Invitational.

May 3, 2018

Pat Jones from Marketing Special Promotions has served the NCHSAA since the mid-1990’s as merchandise sales liaison for several screen printing companies to provide souvenir apparel at select regional events as well as state championship events. Pat established his own merchandising company in 2010 and continues to service the NCHSAA and member schools. 

May 3, 2018

The Morris Walker Development Award was created to help recognize individuals and groups that have helped to build the endowment for the NCHSAA. Through the endowment, these groups and individuals help provide the exceptional quality of championships, scholarship and leadership programs we enjoy in North Carolina. This year we recognize two individuals who have contributed greatly to the NCHSAA through partnership.

This year’s Morris Walker Development Award goes to Mike Raybon from Jamestown.

May 3, 2018

The Tony Simeon Courage Awards are designed to honor individuals who, despite adversity, have demonstrated exemplary character and performance. As a result of their strength and character, these individuals have been an inspiration to all those involved in the programs of the NCHSAA. These awards are named in honor of NCHSAA hall of famer, Tony Simeon, a long-time coach at High Point Central.

May 3, 2018

CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced the selection of Cape Fear High School in Cumberland County as the 2017-18 winner of the NCHSAA’s prestigious Exemplary School Award.

May 3, 2018

CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is pleased to announce the winners of the Male and Female Athlete of the Year for the 2017-18 School Year. The award is in its 33rd year and winners receive the Pat Best Memorial Trophy, presented at the NCHSAA’s Annual Meeting in Chapel Hill.

This year’s Female Athlete of the Year is Hannah Jennings from Madison and the Male Athlete of the Year is Beau Studebaker from East Carteret. The winners, finalists and semifinalists were chosen from nominations received from coaches, media and school administrators.

Apr 30, 2018

CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is proud to announce the State Award winners for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. These seven winners represent positions throughout the NCHSAA and have served with distinction in their respective areas of service.

Apr 27, 2018

Chapel Hill, N.C. – Moe’s Southwest Grill locations in the Triangle, in conjunction with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA), has selected Brittany Henderson from Middle Creek High School in Apex, N.C., Wesley Petty also of Middle Creek High School and Elizabeth Rogers from East Chapel Hill High School in Chapel Hill, N.C., as the recipients of the Moe’s Hometown Hero awards for the month of April.

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