CARY—Four championships will be up for grabs on Saturday in the annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s state men’s soccer championships.
The games will be played at the SAS Soccer Park in Cary. The first three games will be played on field number two at the complex and the final game will be on field number one.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK-- The North Carolina High School Athletic Association held its fall 2006 Coach-Captain Retreat recently, the 24th in a series of successful events.
The event, part of the Association’s Student Services program, was held at the Radisson Governors Inn in late October and attracted students from all over North Carolina.
The following schools need to submit the soccer information forms that can be found under "Men's Soccer" on the website or in the forms book ASAP:
North Carolina School of Science and Math
RALEIGH— North Gaston took top honors in the large varsity division and also captured the Carolina Cup in the fourth annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state invitational cheerleading championships at Reynolds Coliseum on Saturday.
CHARLOTTE-- Time Warner Cable will telecast all eight state high school football championship games scheduled in December. The 4AA state title game will be live on Time Warner Cable’s 24-hour local news network, News 14 Carolina and other Time Warner Cable channels. Additionally, all eight football championship games will be available on Time Warner Cable’s regional, free Video on Demand channel, Carolina on Demand, Channel 1234.
Bracket can be found by clicking on the "Championship Brackets" link on the left side of our front page. Then select "View Championship Brackets" and once you reach this point set the brackets that you are looking for. *Note: If you are having problems with the brackets downloading or getting an error message, try updating your Adobe Reader which is free. You can need links to the Adobe website throughout our website; a link is available for Adobe under each sport.
All brackets for sports that are currently in the playoff portion of their season can be found by clicking on the "Championship Brackets" link on the left side of our front page. Then select "View Championship Brackets" and once you reach this point set the brackets that you are looking for. *Note: If you are having problems with the brackets downloading or getting an error message, try updating your Adobe Reader which is free. You can need links to the Adobe website throughout our website; a link is available for Adobe under each sport.
CLEMMONS— Chapel Hill swept both North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A cross-country team championships on Saturday in action at Tanglewood Park.
The Chapel Hill men, led by individual winner Taylor Gilland of the Tigers, had 52 points to104 for Charlotte Myers Park and 136 for Raleigh Enloe. On the women’s side, Chapel Hill had 40 points to 78 for runner-up Charlotte Providence. Sophomore Kim Spano of North Mecklenburg was the individual 4-A women’s winner, outdistancing the field by almost 30 seconds in 18:20.92.
RALEIGH – Person, Hendersonville, Cardinal Gibbons and Southwest Guilford each took state titles in their respective classifications in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state volleyball championships on Saturday at Reynolds Coliseum.
Person dropped the opening game in the 4-A
championship and then stormed back to win by 23-25, 26-24, 25-23 and 25-20. Providence led 8-4 in the fourth game before the Rockets came back and then pulled away from an 18-all tie to take the title.
BURLINGTON -- Greensboro Page won its third consecutive North Carolina High School Athletic Association 4-A women’s dual team tennis title on Saturday as the Pirates defeated Raleigh Broughton 5-2 in action on a cold Saturday at the Burlington Tennis Center.
Page finished the season 20-0 and won its 59th consecutive dual match. It was the fifth consecutive year the two teams met in the finals.
BURLINGTON – The 17th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state championships in women’s dual team tennis will be contested on Saturday with four titles up for grabs.
The 1-A and 2-A finals will start at nine o’clock Saturday morning with the 3-A and 4-A matches starting at noon. All of the qualifiers won regional matches on Thursday to advance to the state finals, and there are four unbeaten teams among the eight finalists.
CHAPEL HILL—The pairings are now set for the 31st annual edition of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state volleyball championships, scheduled for Saturday at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh.
Teams advanced to the state championship matches by winning regional finals on Tuesday night, and two of the four championships are actually rematches of 2005 title battles.
BUIES CREEK—Sophomore Courtney Gunter of Indian Trail Porter Ridge fired the only sub-par round of the day on Tuesday to come from behind to win the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1A/2A/3A women’s golf individual championship at Keith Hills Country Club.
PINEHURST – Junior Julia Strandberg of Greensboro Page shot a two-over par 74 on Tuesday and held on to win the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A women’s golf championship at Pinehurst number five.