Winter 2018 Wells Fargo Conference Cup Standings Announced

Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, has announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2018 winter sports season.

The Wells Fargo Cup award, sponsored by Wells Fargo and the NCHSAA, recognizes the schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications. 

The Wells Fargo Conference Cup is a companion to the Wells Fargo Cup and recognizes schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performances within individual conferences. Wachovia, and now Wells Fargo, has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.

In most conferences, points are awarded based on participation and standings in conference play. Each conference determines its own method of awarding points. Conferences are listed alphabetically by classification.

 

Class 1-A Conference Results

Albemarle Athletic 1A: John A. Holmes is the conference leader after the winter sports season thanks to championships in women’s swimming, men’s basketball and wrestling along with a second-place finish in men’s swimming. In second place is Manteo with second-place finishes in wrestling, women’s swimming and women’s basketball along with a third-place finish in men’s swimming. Camden County is in third place with a men’s swimming championship and a third-place finish in women’s swimming. Conference Standings: John A. Holmes 52.5, Manteo 48.5, Camden County 35, Gates County 26.5, Perquimans 20.5, Plymouth 16.

Atlantic 6 1A: With a second-place finish in women’s basketball and a tied second-place finish in men’s basketball, Bear Grass Charter is the conference leader after the winter sports season. In second place is Cape Hatteras with a women’s basketball championship. Ocracoke is in third place with a men’s basketball championship and a tied third-place finish in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Bear Grass Charter 21.5, Cape Hatteras 19, Ocracoke 13.5, Columbia 12, Creswell 11, Mattamuskeet 7.

Carolina 1A: Lakewood is the frontrunner after the winter sports season thanks to second-place finishes in women’s basketball and  men’s indoor track. There is a tie for second place between Hobbton and Rosewood. With Hobbton securing championships in men’s and women’s track while Rosewood secures a men’s basketball championship. Conference Standings: Lakewood 44, Hobbton 43, Rosewood 43, Princeton 39, Neuse Charter 32, North Duplin 27, Union 12.

Central Tar Heel 1A: After the winter sports season, Raleigh Charter is in the lead thanks to men’s and women’s swimming championships along with a third-place finish in men’s basketball and a tied third-place finish in men’s basketball. Chatham Central is in second place with a women’s basketball championship and a second-place finish in men’s basketball. Research Triangle is in third place with a men’s basketball championship. Conference Standings: Raleigh Charter 37, Chatham Central 30.5, Research Triangle 26.5, Chatham Charter 21, River Mill Academy 16, Woods Charter 13.

Coastal Plains 1A: Riverside is the frontrunner after the winter sports season thanks to a second-place finish in women’s basketball and a third-place finish in men’s basketball. In second place is Pamlico County with a women’s basketball championship and a tied first-place finish in men’s basketball. Northside is in third place with a tied first-place finish in men’s basketball and a third-place finish in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Riverside 345, Pamlico County 317.5, Tarboro 282.5, Southside 250, South Creek 230, Jones Senior 115.

North Central Athletic Conference 1A: With a second-place finish in women’s swimming and a third-place finish in men’s basketball, Franklin Academy is in first place after the winter sports season. In second place is Voyager Academy thanks to championships in men’s swimming and men’s basketball along with a third-place finish in women’s basketball. Roxboro Community is in third place with a women’s basketball championship and a second-place finish in men’s basketball. Conference Standings: Franklin Academy 42, Voyager Academy 38, Roxboro Community 31, Falls Lake Academy 22, Oxford Preparatory 19, East Wake Academy 19, Vance Charter 16.

Northwest 1A: East Surry is the conference leader after the winter sports season thanks to a women’s swimming championship and second-place finishes in men’s swimming, wrestling and men’s indoor track. Close behind, in second place, is Mount Airy with championships in women’s basketball, women’s indoor track and wrestling. Bishop McGuinness is in third place with a men’s swimming championship and second-place finishes in women’s swimming and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: East Surry 59.5, Mount Airy 57.5, Bishop McGuinness 54.5, South Stokes 42, North Stokes 26.5, Winston-Salem Preparatory 25.

PAC 7 1A: After a close race, Community School of Davidson comes out on top with a men’s swimming championship, a second-place finish in women’s swimming and a tied second-place finish in men’s basketball. In second place is Pine Lake Preparatory with championships in men’s basketball and women’s swimming along with second-place finishes in women’s basketball and men’s swimming. Union Academy is in third place with a women’s basketball championship and third-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming. Conference Standings: Community School of Davidson 112, Pine Lake Preparatory 111, Union Academy 95, Mountain Island Charter 90, Queens Grant 60, Bradford Preparatory 57, Carolina International School 51.

Smoky Mountain 1A: Murphy is the conference leader after the winter sports season thanks to a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball and a fourth-place finish in wrestling. In second place is Hayesville with a second-place finish in men’s basketball. Swain County is in third place with a second-place finish in wrestling. Conference Standings: Murphy 80, Hayesville 74.5, Swain County 70.5, Robbinsville 68.5, Cherokee 62, Rosman 39.5, Highlands 37, Andrews 36.5, Hiwassee Dam 33, Blue Ridge 28.5, Nantahala 17, Tri-County Early College 13.

Southern Piedmont 1A: Lincoln Charter is the conference leader after the winter sports season thanks to a men’s basketball championship and a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball. In second place is Highland Tech with a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball. Cherryville and Thomas Jefferson are tied for third place with a wrestling championship for Cherryville. Conference Standings: Lincoln Charter 69, Highland Tech 68, Cherryville 61, Thomas Jefferson 61, Bessemer City 49, Piedmont Community Charter 40.

Tar Roanoke 1A: With a women’s basketball championship, Northampton County is the frontrunner after the winter sports season. In second place is Rocky Mount Preparatory with a men’s basketball championship and a third-place finish in women’s basketball. KIPP Pride is in third place with seventh-place finishes in men’s and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Northampton County 305, Rocky Mount Preparatory 220, KIPP Pride 210, North Edgecombe 185, Weldon 180, Southeast Halifax 170, Northwest Halifax 130.

Yadkin Valley 1A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with a championship in men’s basketball, Graystone Day is the conference leader. In second place is West Montgomery with a second-place finish in men’s swimming. North Moore is in third place with a tied fourth-place finish in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Graystone Day 452.5, West Montgomery 417.5, North Moore 407.5, North Stanly 405, South Stanly 400, Albemarle 297.5, South Davidson 295, Uwharrie Charter 260, North Rowan 205.

 

Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results

Coastal 8 1A/2A: With championships in men’s and women’s indoor track along with second-place finishes in wrestling and women’s basketball, Croatan is in first place. In second place is Dixon with a wrestling championship. Richlands is in third place with a women’s basketball championship. Conference Standings: Croatan 90, Dixon 70, Richlands 68, Southwest Onslow 67.5, Heide Trask 63, Pender 61.5, Lejeune 56, East Carteret 51.

Mountain Valley 1A/2A: Ashe County is the frontrunner after the winter sports season with third-place finishes in men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling. In second place is Wilkes Central with second-place finishes in men’s swimming and men’s basketball. East Wilkes is in third place with a second-place finish in women’s basketball and a third-place finish in wrestling. Conference Standings: Ashe County 63, Wilkes Central 62, East Wilkes 58.5, North Wilkes 54.5, West Wilkes 53, Elkin 46.5, Starmount 43, Alleghany 39.5.

Northern Carolina 1A/2A:  Roanoke Rapids comes out on top after the winter sports season thanks to men’s and women’s swimming championships, a second-place finish in wrestling and third-place finishes in men’s and women’s basketball. In second place is South Granville with championships in wrestling and women’s basketball along with a second-place finish in men’s basketball.  Bunn is in third place with a women’s basketball championship and a third-place finish in wrestling. Conference Standings: Roanoke Rapids 60.5, South Granville 57, Bunn 50.5, Granville Central 33, Northern Vance 30, Louisburg 28.5, Southern Vance 28, J.F. Webb 26, Warren County 17.5.

Three Rivers 1A/2A: Whiteville is the conference leader after the winter sports season. In second place is Red Springs with a second-place finish in women’s basketball and a third-place finish in men’s basketball. Fairmont is in third place with a men’s basketball championship. Conference Standings: Whiteville 62.8, Red Springs 51, Fairmont 43.5, St. Pauls 42, South Columbus 37.8, East Bladen 36, East Columbus 29, West Bladen 29, West Columbus 23, South Robeson 22.5.

Western Highlands 1A/2A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with a second-place finish in women’s basketball, Owen is in first place. In second place is Madison with a wrestling championship. Avery County is in third place with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming and men’s basketball. Conference Standings: Owen 104, Madison 99.5, Avery County 94.5, Mountain Heritage 92. Polk County 79, Mitchell 59.

 

Class 2-A Conference Results

Central Carolina 2A: With a wrestling championship and a second-place finish in women’s basketball, Ledford is in first place. In second place is North Davidson with championships in men’s and women’s swimming. Salisbury is in third place with a men’s basketball championship and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Ledford 125, North Davidson 110.5, Salisbury 108, Central Davidson 93, South Rowan 88.5, East Davidson 88, West Davidson 87.5, Lexington 72, Oak Grove 58.5, Thomasville 53.

East Central 2A: Jumping ahead of the competition, East Duplin is in first place with a women’s basketball championship and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s indoor track. In second place is Clinton with a men’s basketball championship. Midway is in third place thanks to championships in men’s and women’s indoor track. Conference Standings: East Duplin 59, Clinton 44.5, Midway 43, Wallace Rose-Hill 32.5, Goldsboro 30.5, James Kenan 27, Spring Creek 22.5.

Eastern Carolina 2A: Washington is the conference leader after the winter sports season thanks to a wrestling championship and a second-place finish in women’s basketball. In second place is Greene Central with a tied first-place finish in men’s basketball. North Lenoir is in third place. Conference Standings: Washington 432.5, Greene Central 331, North Lenoir 316, West Craven 305, South Lenoir 302.5, Ayden Grifton 295, Kinston 210.

Eastern Plains 2A: Nash Central is in first place after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s and women’s swimming and women’s indoor track and field. In second place is Beddingfield with a men’s indoor track and field championship and a second-place finish in women’s indoor track and field. North Johnston is in third place with third-place finishes in wrestling and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Nash Central 49, Beddingfield 41.5, North Johnston 37, Farmville Central 35.5, North Pitt 34.5, Southwest Edgecombe 30.5.

Mid State 2A: Carrboro is the frontrunner after the winter sports season thanks to championships in women’s swimming and wrestling along with second-place finishes in men’s swimming and men’s basketball. North Carolina School of Science and Math is in second place with a men’s swimming championship and second-place finishes in women’s swimming and women’s basketball. In third place is Reidsville with a men’s basketball championship. Conference Standings: Carrboro 28, North Carolina School of Science and Math 25.5, Reidsville 23, Durham School of the Arts 18, Graham 12.5, Cummings 11.5, Bartlett Yancey 9.5.

Mountain Six 2A: Hendersonville is in first place after the winter sports season thanks to a men’s basketball championship and a second-place finish in men’s swimming. Smoky Mountain is in second place with a women’s basketball championship and a second-place finish in wrestling. In third place is Franklin with championships in men’s and women’s swimming. Conference Standings: Hendersonville 53, Smoky Mountain 49, Franklin 40.5, Brevard 36.5, Pisgah 35.5, East Henderson 24.5.

Northeastern Coastal 2A: First Flight is in first place after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s and women’s swimming. In second place is Currituck County with a wrestling championship and a second-place finish in men’s swimming. Northeastern is in third place with a men’s basketball championship and a second-place finish in women’s swimming. Conference Standings: First Flight 55, Currituck County 47, Northeastern 45, Pasquotank County 32, Hertford County 31, Bertie 17.

Northwestern Foothills 2A: With championships in women’s swimming and men’s basketball along with a tied second-place finish in women’s basketball, Patton is in first place after the winter sports season. In second place is Fred T. Foard with a wrestling championship and a second-place finish in men’s swimming. East Burke is in third place with championships in men’s swimming and women’s basketball along with a second-place finish in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Patton 502.5, Fred T. Foard 465, East Burke 445, Draughn 407.5, Hibriten 397.5, West Iredell 350, Bunker Hill 312.5.

PAC 7 2A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with a wrestling championship and a tied first-place finish in men’s basketball, Wheatmore is in first place. In second place is Randleman with a third-place finish in wrestling. In third place is Jordan-Matthews with a second-place finish in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Wheatmore 64, Randleman 51.5, Jordan-Matthews 43.5, Providence Grove 43.5, Trinity 38, Eastern Randolph 36.5, T.W. Andrews 24.

Rocky River 2A: Mount Pleasant is the frontrunner after the winter sports season thanks to a wrestling championship and a second-place finish in men’s basketball. In second place is West Stanly with a women’s swimming championship, a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball and a second-place finish in men’s swimming. Central Academy is in third place with a men’s swimming championship and second-place finishes in women’s swimming and wrestling. Conference Standings: Mount Pleasant 48, West Stanly 47.5, Central Academy 39.5, East Montgomery 38.5, Forest Hills 29.5, Anson County 21.

South Fork Athletic 2A: Sweeping the swimming championships, Lake Norman Charter is in first place. In second place is Maiden with a second-place finish in women’s basketball. In third place is East Lincoln with a men’s basketball championship. Conference Standings: Lake Norman Charter 73, Maiden 70, East Lincoln 67, Newton-Conover 66, North Lincoln 58, Lincolnton 51, West Lincoln 41, Bandys 34.

Southwestern Athletic 2A: Shelby and South Point are tied for first place after the winter sports season. Shelby has second-place finishes in women’s basketball and women’s swimming while South Point has championships in men’s and women’s swimming along with a tied first-place finish in men’s basketball. R.S. Central is in third place with a wrestling championship and a tied first-place finish in men’s basketball. Conference Standings: South Point 50.5, Shelby 48.5,  R.S. Central 40.5, East Gaston 31, East Rutherford 30.5, Chase 20.

Western Piedmont Athletic 2A: Forbush is the conference leader after the winter sports season thanks to a women’s basketball championship and a third-place finish in women’s swimming. In second place is Surry Central with second-place finishes in wrestling and women’s swimming. North Surry is in third place with a wrestling championship and a second-place finish in men’s swimming. Conference Standings: Forbush 60.5, Surry Central 57, North Surry 56, Atkins 53.5, West Stokes 52, Walkertown 30, Carver 14.

 

Class 3-A Conference Results

Big 8 3A: With second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming along with third-place finishes in wrestling and men’s basketball, Chapel Hill is the front runner after the winter sports season. In second place is East Chapel Hill with men’s and women’s swimming championships. Orange is in third place with a wrestling championship. Conference Standings: Chapel Hill 64, East Chapel Hill 53, Orange 51.5, Northwood 44.5, Northern Durham 43.5, Cedar Ridge 31, Southern Durham 27, Hillside 23.5.

Big East 3A: After a close race, Fike comes out on top thanks to championships in women’s swimming and wrestling. In second place is Hunt with championships in men’s swimming and women’s basketball. Rocky Mount is in third place with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming and men’s basketball. Conference Standings: Fike 115, Hunt 110, Rocky Mount 102, Northern Nash 99.5, Southern Nash 94, Franklinton 87.5.

Big South 3A: In first place after the winter sports season is Forestview with second-place finishes in women’s basketball and women’s swimming along with a tied third-place finish in men’s swimming. In second place is Kings Mountain with championships in men’s basketball and women’s swimming along with second-place finishes in men’s swimming and wrestling. Ashbrook is in third place with a women’s basketball championships and tied third-place finishes in men’s swimming and wrestling. Conference Standings: Forestview 131, Kings Mountain 130, Ashbrook 111.5, Crest 105.5, North Gaston 105, Stuart Cramer 103, Hunter Huss 89, Burns 65.

Coastal 3A: West Carteret is the frontrunner after the winter sports season thanks to championships in women’s swimming, women’s indoor track and wrestling. In second place is Jacksonville with a women’s basketball championship and a second-place finish in men’s indoor track. Swansboro is in third place with championships in men’s swimming and men’s indoor track. Conference Standings: West Carteret 63.5, Jacksonville 54.5, Swansboro 54, White Oak 46, Havelock 40, Northside-Jacksonville 31.

Greater Neuse 3A: In first place is Clayton after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s basketball, women’s swimming and cheer. In second place is Cleveland with a wrestling championship and championships in men’s and women’s indoor track. West Johnston is in third place with a gymnastics championship. Conference Standings: Clayton 164.5, Cleveland 159, West Johnston 140.5, South Johnston 104.5, East Wake 104, Smithfield-Selma 95.5.

Mid Piedmont 3A: With championships in women’s swimming and wrestling along with a second-place finish in women’s basketball, Southeast Guilford is in first place. In second place is Southern Alamance with a second-place finish in women’s swimming and third-place finishes in wrestling and women’s basketball. Asheboro is in third place with second-place finishes in men’s swimming and wrestling. Conference Standings: Southeast Guildford 62, Southern Alamance 55, Asheboro 52, Eastern Guildford 49, Williams 47.5, Southwestern Randolph 35, Southern Guildford 24.5.

Mid-State Athletic 3A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with championships in men’s and women’s basketball and a second-place finish in wrestling, Northern Guilford jumps out in front of the competition. In second place is Western Alamance with a second-place finish in women’s swimming. Eastern Alamance is in third place. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 220, Western Alamance 196, Eastern Alamance 195.5, Rockingham County 194, McMichael 172.5, Morehead 159, Person 139, Northeast Guilford 127.

North Piedmont 3A: South Iredell comes out on top after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s and women’s swimming along with a second-place finish in men’s basketball. In second place is Jesse Carson with a men’s basketball championship and a second-place finish in women’s basketball. North Iredell is in third place with championships in women’s basketball and wrestling. Conference Standings: South Iredell 510, Jesse Carson 502.5, North Iredell 475, West Rowan 430, Statesville 402.5, East Rowan 380.

Piedmont Triad 3A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with second-place finishes in men’s basketball and wrestling, Mount Tabor is the conference leader. In second place is SWG with a wrestling championship, a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming. Parkland is in third place with a third-place finish in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Mount Tabor 69, Southwestern Guilford 68, Parkland 37.5, Western Guilford 35, Ben L. Smith 34.5, Dudley 29.5, North Forsyth 25.5.

South Piedmont 3A: Cox Mill is the frontrunner after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s basketball and men’s and women’s swimming. In second place is Concord with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming. Northwest Cabarrus is in third place thanks to a wrestling championship and a second-place finish in men’s basketball. Conference Standings: Cox Mill 547.5, Concord 457.5, Northwest Cabarrus 445, Central Cabarrus 440, Jay M. Robinson 415, A.L. Brown 370.

Southern Carolina 3A: Thanks to championships in men’s basketball and women’s swimming along with a second-place finish in men’s swimming, charlotte catholic is the conference leader after the winter sports season. In second place is Marvin Ridge with a men’s swimming championship and second-place finishes in men’s basketball and wrestling. Weddington is in third place. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic 507.5, Marvin Ridge 500, Weddington 455, Cuthbertson 420, Piedmont 392.5, Sun Valley 310, Parkwood 277.5, Monroe 192.5.

Tri-County 6 3A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball, Union Pines is in first place. In second place is Harnett Central with a cher championship and a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball. Lee County is in third place with second-place finishes in men’s basketball and cheer. Conference Standings: Union Pines 63, Harnett Central 52.5, Lee County 52, Triton 36.5, Western Harnett 35.5, Southern Lee 26.5.

Western Mountain Athletic 3A: In first place is A.C. Reynolds thanks to a tied first-place finish in men’s basketball and a third-place finish in women’s swimming. In second place is T.C. Roberson with a women’s swimming championship and a second-place finish in men’s swimming. Asheville is in third place with a second-place finish in women’s swimming and a third-place finish in men’s swimming. Conference Standings: A.C. Reynolds 168, T.C. Roberson 157, Asheville 141, Tuscola 116, North Buncombe 103, Enka 100, West Henderson 96, Erwin 73, North Henderson 60.

 

Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results

Eastern Carolina 3A/4A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with a second-place finish in women’s basketball, D.H. Conley is in first place. In second place is New Bern with a wrestling championship. South Central is in third place with championships in men’s and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: D.H. Conley 75.5, New Bern 59, South Central 56, J.H. Rose 48, C.B. Aycock 47.5, Eastern Wayne 33.5, Southern Wayne 22.5.

Mideastern 3A/4A: Hoggard jumps out in front of the competition after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s and women’s swimming and women’s basketball along with a second-place finish in men’s basketball. In second place is New Hanover with a men’s basketball championship. There is a tie for third place between Laney and Ashley. Laney secures a women’s basketball championship and Ashley secures a second-place finish in men’s swimming. Conference Standings: Hoggard 85, New Hanover 61, Laney 60, Ashley 60, Topsail 54, South Brunswick 49.5, West Brunswick 41, North Brunswick 17.5.

Northwestern Athletic 3A/4A: In a very close race, Hickory comes out on top thanks to a men’s basketball championship and fourth-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming. In second place is Watauga with second-place finishes in women’s basketball and women’s swimming. Alexander Central is in third place with a second-place finish in wrestling. Conference Standings: Hickory 131.5, Watauga 131, Alexander Central 118.5, Freedom 117.5, St. Stephens 114, South Caldwell 107.5, McDowell 103.5, West Caldwell 51.5.

Patriot Athletic 3A/4A: Terry Sanford is in first place after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s swimming and men’s basketball along with second-place finishes in women’s basketball and women’s swimming. Cape Fear is in second place with championships in wrestling and women’s swimming. Pine Forest is in third place with a second-place finish in men’s swimming and a third-place finish in wrestling. Conference Standings: Terry Sanford 89, Cape Fear 88.5, Pine Forest 74.5, Gray’s Creek 68, South View 67, Overhills 60, E.E. Smith 36.5, Westover 28, Douglas Byrd 16.5.

 

Class 4-A Conference Results

Cap 7 4A: Cardinal Gibbons comes out on top after the winter sports season thanks to a second-place finish in wrestling and a third-place finish in men’s swimming. In second place is Leesville Road with championships in wrestling, gymnastics and women’s swimming. Millbrook is in third place with second-place finishes in gymnastics and men’s swimming along with third-place finishes in wrestling and women’s swimming. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 69, Leesville Road 67, Millbrook 55, Broughton 51, Sanderson 49, Enloe 48, Southeast Raleigh 19.

Central Piedmont 4A: After a very close race, Reagan comes out on top thanks to championships in men’s and women’s swimming along with a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball. In second place is West Forsyth with a tied first-place finish in women’s basketball and second-place finishes in wrestling and women’s swimming. R.J. Reynolds is in third place with a second-place finish in men’s swimming and a tied second-place finish in men’s basketball. Conference Standings: Reagan 53.5, West Forsyth 52.5, R.J. Reynolds 45.5, Davie 41, East Forsyth 34.5, Glenn 25.

I-Meck 4A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with a tied second-place finish in wrestling, Hough is in first place. In second place is Mallard Creek with a women’s basketball championship and a tied second-place finish in wrestling. Lake Norman is in third place with a tied second-place finish in wrestling. Conference Standings: Hough 84.5, Mallard Creek 63, Lake Norman 62, Mooresville 61, North Mecklenburg 50, Hopewell 43, Vance 26, West Charlotte 15.5.

Metro 4A: Page is in first place after the winter sports season thanks to a women’s swimming championship and second-place finishes in men’s swimming and men’s basketball. In second place is Northwest Guilford with championships in men’s and women’s basketball and a second-place finish in wrestling. Grimsley is in third place with a championship in men’s swimming. Conference Standings: Page 50, Northwest Guilford 45, Grimsley 32, Ragsdale 30, High Point Central 24.

Northern Athletic 4A: With championships in men’s and women’s basketball, Heritage is in first place after the winter sports season. In second place is Wake Forest with a wrestling championship. Wakefield is in third place with second-place finishes in men’s swimming and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Heritage 57, Wake Forest 52, Wakefield 50, Corinth Holders 47, Rolesville 35, Knightdale 24.

Sandhills Athletic 4A: Pinecrest comes out on top after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s and women’s swimming and women’s basketball. In second place is Jack Britt with second-place finishes in wrestling and men’s swimming. Scotland is in third place with a second-place finish in men’s basketball. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 87.5, Jack Britt 75.5, Scotland County 52, Lumberton 48, Hoke County 43, Richmond County 42, Purnell Swett 28, Seventy-First 27.

SoMeck 7 4A: Ardrey Kell is the frontrunner after the winter sports season thanks to championships in women’s basketball and men’s swimming along with a second-place finish in wrestling. In second place is Providence with a wrestling championship and a second-place finish in women’s swimming. South Mecklenburg is in third place with a women’s swimming championship and a second-place finish in men’s swimming. Conference Standings: Ardrey Kell 72, Providence 69, South Mecklenburg 61.5, Olympic 46, West Mecklenburg 26, Berry 26, Harding 22.

South Wake Athletic 4A: Apex is the frontrunner after the winter sports season thanks to a championships in cheer and women’s swimming along with second-place finishes in men’s basketball and men’s swimming. In second place is Apex Friendship with championships in men’s swimming and gymnastics. Holly Springs is in third place with a women’s basketball championship and a second-place finish in cheer. Conference Standings: Apex 64, Apex Friendship 63.5, Holly Springs 56, Middle Creek 47, Fuquay-Varina 32.5, Garner 30.

Southwestern 4A: Sweeping the swimming championships along with a second-place finish in women’s basketball, Myers Park is the conference leader after the winter sports season. In second place is Hickory Ridge with championships in women’s basketball and wrestling. With a second-place finish in wrestling, Porter Ridge is in third place. Conference Standings: Myers Park 87, Hickory Ridge 72, Porter Ridge 64, Independence 48, East Mecklenburg 44, Butler 36, Rocky River 27, Garinger 8.

Triangle 6 4A: Green Hope jumps out in front of the competition after the winter sports season thanks to championships in men’s and women’s swimming and men’s and women’s basketball. In second place is Panther Creek with second-place finishes in men’s basketball, gymnastics and men’s and women’s swimming. In third place is Cary with a wrestling championship. Conference Standings: Green Hope 65, Panther Creek 46, Cary 34, Athens Drive 31.5, Jordan 31, Riverside-Durham 22.5.