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May 16, 2008

FAYETTEVILLE TERRY SANFORD REPRESENTATIVES

ADVANCE TO NCHSAA 4-A MEN’S TENNIS SEMIFINALS



CHAPEL HILL – A singles player and a doubles team from Fayetteville Terry Sanford advanced to the Saturday semifinals by winning a pair of matches each on Friday at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A men’s tennis tournament championships at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center on the campus of the University of North Carolina.

May 16, 2008

DEFENDING CHAMP ROLLINSON AMONG SINGLES SEMIFINALISTS

AS MIDEAST REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES DOMINATE PLAY



CARY – Two-time defending singles champion Will Rollinson of Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons advanced to the state semifinals after Friday action in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 2-A men’s tennis tournament championships at the Cary Tennis Center.

Rollinson of Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons had an easy time advancing, winning his first match by default and then capturing a 6-2, 6-0 victory over East Duplin’s Nolan Outlaw.

May 16, 2008

GREENSBORO – Senior Jamel Allison of Mooresville earned

Most Valuable Performer honors as led Mooresville to the state team

championship in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association men’s

3-A track and field championships at the Irwin Belk Track on the campus of

North Carolina A&T State University on Friday.

Allison earned the Most Valuable Performer award in the

meet by capturing first place in both the triple jump and the long jump,

May 13, 2008

NCHSAA Track and Field Championships Once Again

Set For Irwin Belk Track at North Carolina A&T





GREENSBORO—Top athletes from across the state of North Carolina will compete in a second consecutive busy weekend as the North Carolina High School Athletic Association wraps up its state track and field championships.


May 13, 2008

CARDINAL GIBBONS EDGES LEDFORD IN NCHSAA 2-A GOLF





SOUTHERN PINES – Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons held off defending champion

Ledford to win the 23rd annual North Carolina High School Athletic

Association state 2-A men’s golf championships by a single shot at the

Longleaf Golf and Country Club on Tuesday.



It was a reversal of last year’s results where Ledford won the state

title and Cardinal Gibbons finished second. Gibbons held a three-shot

May 13, 2008

FIELDS OF PINECREST SHOOTS 67 TO LEAD TEAM TO NCHSAA 4-A GOLF TITLE



PINEHURST— Jack Fields of Southern Pines Pinecrest fired a blistering four-under 67 on Tuesday to win top individual honors in the 72nd annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A men’s golf championships at Pinehurst number six.



The championship was held on a par-71 layout set at 6,500 yards for the NCHSAA event.


May 13, 2008

FRESHMAN REGISTER OF WILLIAMS TAKES INDIVIDUAL HONORS,

WILSON FIKE EARNS TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP IN NCHSAA 3-A GOLF



FOX FIRE VILLAGE— Freshman Robert Register of Burlington Williams had a one-over par 73 on Tuesday and held on to take medalist honors in the 23rd annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 3-A men’s golf championships at the Fox Fire Resort and Country Club.



The championship was held on the East Course at the Fox Fire Resort and Country Club, a par-72, 6500-yard layout for the NCHSAA event.

May 13, 2008


WELDEN TAKES INDIVIDUAL CROWN.

EAST SURRY WINS FOURTH STRAIGHT IN NCHSAA 1-A MEN’S GOLF



BUIES CREEK— John Welden of East Surry came from behind and won his second consecutive state individual title on Tuesday in the 11th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1-A men’s golf championships at the Keith Hills Country Club.



The championship was held at the Keith Hills II course, a par-72, 6500-yard layout for the NCHSAA event.


May 12, 2008

All schools that qualified to the 1A or 3A State Track meet much enter all their coaches, qualifiers, and alternates onto the Outdoor Track & Field Roster Form. (This can be found on the NCHSAA Track Page)



This information will be used for the t-shirt names and wristbands given for entrance.



If you have any questions please feel free to call the NCHSAA office.

May 12, 2008


TOPSAIL, EAST SURRY OPEN UP SIZABLE LEAD IN NCHSAA 1-A MEN’S GOLF



BUIES CREEK-- Hampstead Topsail and East Surry have opened up a sizable margin over the field after Monday’s first day of the 11th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1-A men’s golf championships at the Keith Hills Country Club.

The championship is being contested on the Keith Hills II course, a par-72, 6500-yard layout for the NCHSAA event.

May 10, 2008

NCHSAA STATE 4-A TRACK AND FIELD



GREENSBORO – New Bern rolled to its third consecutive team title in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association men’s 4-A track and field championships at the Irwin Belk Track on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University on Saturday.



The Bears recorded 64 points to 48 for runner-up Matthews David Butler. Southeast Raleigh was third with 44, followed by East Forsyth with 41 and Raleigh Wakefield with 36. A total of 45 schools scored points in the 4-A men’s meet.


May 9, 2008

GREENSBORO – Sherice Walker of Burlington Cummings swept to victory in four individual events to lead her team to the team title in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association women’s 2-A track and field championships at the Irwin Belk Track on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University on Friday.



Walker earned the Most Valuable Performer award in the meet by capturing first place in both hurdle events, the triple jump and the long jump as Cummings won its third consecutive NCHSAA women’s title.


May 7, 2008

Four NCHSAA Men’s Golf Championships

Scheduled For May 12-13



CHAPEL HILL - For the eighth year in a row, all four North Carolina High School Athletic Association state men’s golf championships will be played simultaneously at four different sites across the state on Monday and Tuesday.


May 7, 2008


NCHSAA NAME EXEMPLARY SCHOOL, SPORTMANSHIP AWARD WINNERS





CHAPEL HILL – Two new major awards were presented to schools at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Annual Meeting at the Smith Center on the University of North Carolina campus last week.



Watauga High School was named the second annual winner of the Exemplary School Award while Asheboro High School earned the 2008 Sportsmanship Award.


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