SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 2006
92nd ANNUAL MEN’S NCHSAA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
35th ANNUAL WOMEN’S NCHSAA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
DEAN E.SMITH CENTER--UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
REYNOLDS COLISEUM – NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH
CLASS AA women--noon
FARMVILLE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL JAGUARS (25-3)
SALISBURY HIGH SCHOOL LADY HORNETS (27-2)
CLASS AA men– 2:30 p.m.
> CHAPEL HILL-- The North Carolina High School Athletic Association's regional basketball tournaments will get underway this week as the state's prep teams continue the road toward the state championships.
> Sectional winners from the East will be going to Greenville for the 16th straight year, for the Eastern Regionals. The men's games will be played at Minges Coliseum on the campus of East Carolina University,
WINSTON-SALEM – Perennial wrestling powers Catawba Bandys, Eden Morehead and Cary took top team honors in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state wrestling championships on Saturday night at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Bandys, which shared the 1-A/2A tournament title in 2004 with Brevard and won it outright last year, had 114.5 points to 96.5 for runner-up Croatan. The victorious Trojans had beaten Croatan in the finals of the NCHSAA dual team championships two weeks ago.
WINSTON-SALEM -- TIght races are shaping up in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association's state wrestling tournament after Friday's action at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
In 4-A competition, Mount Tabor tallied 50 points from the first day of action to 46 for Cary. Fayetteville Jack Britt and Northwest Guilford are knotted in third with 36 points and Watauga is fifth with 33.
Davie, which defeated Cary for the 4-A dual team title two weeks ago, is currently tied for seventh.
WINSTON-SALEM-- One of the biggest single high school sporting events in the Southeast is scheduled for the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum this weekend.
The brackets for the 2006 North Carolina High School Athletic Association state wrestling tournament at the Lawrence Joel Coliseum have been posted on this web site.
The brackets are listed by classification and by weight class and can be found by clicking on Wrestling under Select A Sport and then scrolling to the bottom of the page.
Davie County outlasted Cary by a 41-23 count on Saturday to win the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 17th annual state 4-A dual team wrestling championship in Mocksville.
The host War Eagles dealt Cary its first loss in 40 matches while improving their own record to 42-1.
Timmy Allen’s victory by a pin at the 189-pound weight class sealed the victory for Davie, which was in the finals for the seventh time and fourth time in the past eight years. It was the Eagles’ second NCHSAA dual-team wrestling crown.
CHAPEL HILL -- Gabby Mayo of Southeast Raleigh set three new state records in three events to power her school to top honors in the women’s competition on Saturday in the 20th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state indoor track and field championships.at the Eddie Smith Field House on the campus of the University of North Carolina
CHAPEL HILL – Records fell by the bunches on Saturday night in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A swimming and diving championships at Koury Natatorium on the University of North Carolina campus.
The depth by the Charlotte Providence women and the Raleigh Enloe men proved to be too much for the competition to overcome as they each captured team titles
RALEIGH -- Eugene Godsoe of Southeast Guilford continued domination of his events in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 3-A swimming and diving championships on Saturday night at the Willis Casey Aquatic Center on the campus of N.C. State University.
Godsoe was named the Most Valuable Performer of the meet as he broke both of his own NCHSAA state 3-A records in the 100 butterfly and the 100 backstroke in winning both of those events for the fourth consecutive year.
CHAPEL HILL – The pairings are now set for Saturday’s 17th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state dual team wrestling championships.
The Western regional champion will host each of the four classification championships, with two of them hosted by Catawba County schools.
CHAPEL HILL—Several state championships in two different sports will be up for grabs this weekend in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.
The 20h annual NCHSAA state indoor track and field championships are set for Saturday at the Eddie Smith Indoor Arena on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Field events are scheduled to start at eleven o’clock Saturday morning, the sprints at noon, and then the ovals races at around 1 p.m.
WINSTON-SALEM -- There will be a free volleyball clinic offered at Wake Forest University on Saturday, February 25, 2006 from 9am until noon. Coaches at NCHSAA member schools are invited to attend.
The clinic will be held at Reynolds Gym on the Wake Forest campus. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three members have been named by the North Carolina Athletic Directors Association as the 12th class for induction in its own Hall of Fame.
The new NCADA Hall of Famers include Cheryl Brewer of Bennett, Mac Morris of Greensboro and Phil Weaver of Greensboro. The three will be recognized at the annual North Carolina Athletic Directors Association state conference at the Grove Park Inn with the Hall of Fame banquet scheduled for Tuesday, April 4.