For your information, the booking agent's position is open for the Outer Banks Volleyball Association. As a result, we will be seeking to fill this position. If you know of a qualified candidate in your school or community, please have him/her forward a resume and letter of application to us by Monday, March 12, 2007.
All of the 2007 Men's and Women's Basketball Playoff brackets can be found by going to the Playoff Brackets link to the left of this section. Once one the Playoff's page select "View Championship Brackets".
PLEASE DO NOT USE THE FINANCIAL FORMS ON THE CD SENT TO YOUR SCHOOL. PLEASE USE THE UPDATED FINANCIAL FORMS THAT ARE ON THE WEBSITE. Sport specific forms can be found under that sport.
Each year teams qualifying for the basketball regional tournament are required to submit the forms that are available at the "Online Forms Submission" link on the front page. Please complete the forms for your Region and submit them by February 23, 2007 at 5pm.
All results from state championships can be found under the "Championship Results" link on the main page (bottom right hand column).
SOUTHEAST RALEIGH SWEEPS NCHSAA 4-A INDOOR TRACK
CHAPEL HILL—Southeast Raleigh swept both team championships in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A indoor track and field
championships on Saturday night at the Eddie Smith Fieldhouse on the campus of the University of North Carolina.
In the men's competition, Southeast Raleigh took the title with 41.5 points to 35 for second-place Charlotte Providence. New Bern and West Charlotte tied for third with 33 each and Winston-Salem R.J. Reynolds was
ENLOE, PROVIDENCE CONTINUE DOMINANCE IN 4-A
RALEIGH – Two schools kept long winning strings intact, but it wasn’t easy at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A swimming and diving championships at the Willis Casey Aquatic Center on the N.C. State campus on Saturday.
Raleigh Enloe won its ninth consecutive men’s team championship and Charlotte Providence rallied to capture its ninth women’s crown in the last 10 years and fifth in succession.
CARY ROLLS PAST WEST FORSYTH
Cary dominated from the opening bout and scored a convincing 53-9 victory over West Forsyth in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A dual team wrestling championship on Saturday afternoon at Cary High School.
The match started at the 130-pound weight class and the Imps stormed out to a 35-0 lead. Cary won 12 of the 14 weight classes.
Time Warner Cable will telecast all eight North Carolina High School Athletic Association state high school basketball championship games scheduled for March 10th.
News 14 Carolina will telecast the 4-A women’s state championship game at 5PM and the 4-A men’s state championship game at 7:30pm both “live” from the Smith Center on the UNC campus. News 14 Carolina is available to basic cable subscribers in the Charlotte, Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville and Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point television markets.
Four championships will be up for grabs on Saturday in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 18th annual dual team wrestling championships.
The championships are held on high school campuses and this year the Eastern champions are the hosts. All of the teams advancing to the Saturday championship matches earned a pair of victories on Thursday night to gain a shot at the state title.
CHAPEL HILL -- State championships in two classifications are up for grabs this weekend in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association swimming and diving championship.
The 3-A schools will compete at the Huntersville Family Fitness and Aquatic Center, while the 4-A schools will square off at the Willis Casey Aquatic Center on the N.C. State University campus in Raleigh.
CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association state indoor track and field championships will have a new look this year.
The 21st annual edition, scheduled for the Eddie Smith Fieldhouse on the campus on the University of North Carolina on Saturday, will for the first time be a classified championship. Indoor track has always been conducted as an “open” championship, with all schools regardless of size competing for the same championship.
The NCHSAA Board of Directors has once again addressed a situation for student-athletes whose eligibility may be impacted by certain EOC assessments.
Scores from the fall 2006 administration of the English I, Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II end-of-course assessments will not be released until the standards for the tests have been set. The standard setting process is scheduled to take place in January. As a result, there will be a delay in releasing the scores.
RALEIGH – Both the East Lincoln men and the Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons successfully defended their team championships in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1-A/2-A swimming and diving championships at the Willis Casey Center on the North Carolina State University campus on Saturday.
East Lincoln took the men’s crown with 263.5 points to 175.5 for runner-up Lenoir Hibriten. Cardinal Gibbons was third at 172.5, followed by the North Carolina School of Science and Math at 161 and the Durham School of the Arts with 136 points.