North Carolina High School Athletic Association

Wells Fargo Cup Winners Recognized


         CHAPEL HILL– The winners of the 2013-14 Wells Fargo Cup awards were recognized on Saturday night at Kenan Stadium during a halftime ceremony.

         The ceremony was part of the recognition of the 30th annual NCHSAA Day when the University of North Carolina hosted Georgia Tech in a football game at Kenan.

         The winners of the Wells Fargo Cup for the 2013-14 academic year, symbolic of the best overall interscholastic sports programs in the state, were honored. The winners include Kernersville Bishop McGuinness in the 1-A classification, Carrboro among 2-A schools, Waxhaw Marvin Ridge in the 3-A classification, and Green Hope High School of Cary in the 4-A class.

          Pictured from left are Carrie Gray, vice president of community affairs for Triangle East for Wells Fargo, Bishop McGuinness athletic director Jeff Stoller, Carrboro athletic director April Ross, Marvin Ridge athletic director Tom Jamerson, and Green Hope principal Karen Summers. The NCHSAA photo is courtesy John Bell.