BURLINGTON – Fuquay-Varina claimed the school’s third State Championship in Baseball, their second in the last three playoff seasons, as they routed Reagan 12-1 in Game 3 of the 2021 4A Baseball State Championship Series. After being no-hit in the series opener by Reagan star, Carter Boyd, the Bengals rebounded in the final two games of the series to post 32 hits and score 25 runs.
GREENSBORO – The 3A State Track & Field Championship Meet was all Cuthbertson while the Cavaliers swept the Men’s and Women’s Team State Championships, both besting runners-up Weddington for the top of the team standings. Angie Allen was outstanding, winning three individual events for the Knights on the Women’s side.
BURLINGTON – R-S Central forced across single runs in the second and third innings and got a phenomenal performance on the mountd from junior Trip Triplett to hold off Randleman 2-1 and push the 2A Baseball State Championship Series to a decisive Game 3 tonight.
2021 NCHSAA 1A & 3A Baseball Series Update | Play suspended for the day at J.P. Riddle Stadium. Series will move to South View and Terry Sanford on Sunday
Saturday, June 26, 2021
BURLINGTON – Carter Boyd from Reagan dominated Game 1, but the Fuquay-Varina bats woke up and dominated Game 2, pounding out 17 hits and plating 13 runs on their way to a 13-3 victory over Reagan in Game 2 of the 4A State Championship best-of-three Series.
GREENSBORO – The 2A State Track & Field Championship Meet belonged to North Lincoln, specifically Angie Allen, as the Knights swept the Men’s and Women’s Team State Championships. Angie Allen was outstanding, winning three individual events for the Knights on the Women’s side.
BURLINGTON – Reagan’s Carter Boyd dominated from the mound, pitching a complete game, no-hitter in Game 1 of the 2021 4A State Championship Series to launch the Raiders to a 7-0 win and a 1-0 series advantage against Fuquay-Varina.
GREENSBORO – The Swain County Women and Mountain Island Charter Men grabbed team championships at the 2021 1A State Track & Field Championships. The Maroon Devils won their second team title all time, their first since 2016, while Mountain Island claimed the program’s first team championship.
The Toby Webb Outstanding Coach Award is presented annually to one Male and one Female coach with a minimum of 10 years of experience who have made outstanding contributions to the success of high school athletics at the school, in the community and beyond. The award is named for Toby Webb, an outstanding coach, principal and superintendent from Albemarle. Winners receive a $2000 cash stipend.
The following individuals were selected as State Coaches of the Year for the NCHSAA in 2019-2020 and were subsequently chosen as the top coach in their respective sport for the year in NFHS Section 3, comprised of the states in the southeastern part of the country.