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2005 Wachovia Conference Cup final standings announced

Posted Tuesday, June 14, 2005

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The Wachovia Conference Cup, sponsored annually by Wachovia and sanctioned by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, recognizes high school sports programs that achieve the best overall performance within their respective athletic conferences. Wachovia has sponsored a conference awards program since 1980.

The Wachovia Conference Cup ­ formerly known as the Wachovia Trophy ­i s a companion to the Wachovia Cup, a statewide award given to schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performance in each of four classifications.

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:

Atlantic Seven 1-A: Camden, leading the entire year, clinched the top spot after winning a conference championship in baseball and finishing third in softball. Jamesville and Cape Hatteras shared the second-place position. Jamesville finished second in softball and Cape Hatteras placed third in baseball in the conference. Conference standings: Camden 315, Jamesville and Cape Hatteras 240, Bear Grass 235, Columbia 205, Creswell and Mattamuskeet 155.

Carolina 1-A: Securing conference titles in men¹s and women¹s track and men's tennis allows Farmville Central to take first. Rosewood placed second in men¹s and women¹s track to clinch the runner-up position. Conference standings: Farmville Central 72, Rosewood 63, North Johnston 60.5, Spring Creek 42, Princeton and Ayden Grifton 41.5 and North Duplin 25.5.

Coastal Plains 1-A: North Brunswick finished on top in men¹s track and softball to win the Cup. Topsail placed first in women¹s track to land in second. Conference standings: North Brunswick 545, Topsail 515, Lejeune 475, Dixon 450, Heidi Trask 440, Pamlico County 420 and Jones Senior 265.

Four Rivers 1-A: Williamston maintained its lead over Northside by finishing first in softball, baseball and women¹s track to place first. Northside claimed the second-place position in softball to remain in second place. Conference standings: Williamston 103, Northside 91, Southside 89.5, Perquimans 87.5, Gates 75, Plymouth 58 and Roanoke 50.

Northwest 1-A: After a close race all year between Starmount and Surry Central, Starmount came out ahead. Surry Central landed in second place after placing second in baseball and women¹s track. Starmount won a conference championship in softball and finished second in men¹s track. Conference standings: Starmount 195.5, Surry Central 192, Mount Airy 175, South Stokes 174.5, East Surry 172.5, East Wilkes 156.5, Elkin 146, North Stokes 140.5 and Alleghany 112.

Smoky Mountain 1-A: Swain passed Hayesville to stand in first after finishing on top in softball and women¹s track and second in baseball and men¹s golf. Hayesville dropped to second while placing second in women¹s track and third in men¹s track. Conference standings: Swain 166, Hayesville 161.5, Murphy 160, Robbinsville 138.5, Andrews 111, Hiwassee Dam 105.5, Rosman 101.5, Cherokee 92, Highlands 58.5, Blue Ridge 55.5 and Nantahala 45.

Southern Foothills 1-A: North Lincoln moved into first place after securing conference titles in men¹s track and men¹s golf. Hendersonville had a strong spring season, clinching first in women¹s track and men¹s tennis, to claim second place. Conference standings: North Lincoln 224, Hendersonville 214, Polk County 212, Maiden 168, Cherryville 165, Bessemer City 149 and Highland Tech 127.

Super Six 1-A: Wallace-Rose Hill stayed on top all year to clinch the Cup. Union remained in the second-place spot. Conference standings: Wallace-Rose Hill 88.5, Union 81.5, Midway 80, James Kenan 73.5, Lakewood 68 and Hobbton 67.5.

Tar Roanoke 1-A: Franklinton won conference titles in baseball, men¹s track and men¹s golf to finish first over runner-up Durham School of the Arts. Durham School of the Arts finished first in women¹s track, women¹s soccer and men¹s tennis. Conference standings: Franklinton 740, Durham School of the Arts 705, Louisburg 670, Northampton-East 325, Weldon 320, North Edgecombe 275, Northampton-West 265 and Rocky Mount Prep 165.

Yadkin Valley 1-A: West Davidson did not have enough momentum to keep Albemarle from taking over first place. Albemarle finished first in women¹s soccer and second in men¹s track, men¹s golf and baseball. West Davidson placed second in women¹s soccer and third in men¹s golf. Conference standings: Albemarle 182.5, West Davidson 174.5, Chatham Central 169, Jordan Matthews 163, North Moore 155.5, South Stanly 146, Thomasville 138.5, South Davidson 129.5 and East Montgomery 127.

Class 2-A Conference Results:

Central Carolina 2-A: Salisbury remained in first the entire year and finished strong in the spring with a top finish in women¹s soccer and runner-up finishes in men¹s golf and men¹s tennis. West Stokes places second after tying for the top spot in baseball and placing second in women¹s track. Conference standings: Salisbury 140, West Stokes 129.5, Ledford 124, West Iredell 116, Central Davidson 107, North Rowan 97.5, East Davidson 95.5, South Iredell 78 and Lexington 69.5.

East Central 2-A: Claiming a conference title in women¹s track and tying for first in women¹s soccer, Swansboro surpassed Croatan for the number-one position. Croatan shared the women¹s soccer title and finished first in men¹s tennis. Conference standings: Swansboro 725, Croatan 710, Richlands 610, East Duplin 605, Jacksonville Northside 575, East Carteret 565 and Southwest Onslow 525.

Eastern Plains 2-A: North Lenoir raced to the top after winning conference championships in baseball, softball and women¹s soccer. SouthWest Edgecombe stands in second after finishing first in men¹s golf. Conference standings: North Lenoir 67.75, SouthWest Edgecombe 64.5, Greene Central 63, South Lenoir 56.5, Tarboro 49.75 and North Pitt 41.5.

Mid-State 2-A: Cedar Ridge stayed in first place after finishing first in women¹s soccer and second in both men¹s and women¹s track. Northwood caught T.W. Andrews to place second for the year. Northwood finished first in men¹s track and second in women¹s track. Conference standings; Cedar Ridge 79.5, Northwood 71, T.W. Andrews 63.5, Graham 61.5, Eastern Alamance 57.5, Southern Guilford 46.5 and Randleman 37.5.

Midwest 2-A: Newton-Conover and East Rutherford ended deadlocked for points to share the top position. Finishing first in men¹s golf and second in women¹s track and men¹s tennis allowed Newton-Conover to keep a share of first. East Rutherford finished strong, winning conference championships in softball and women¹s track and tying for first in baseball. Bandys took third after tying for first in baseball. Conference standings: Newton-Conover and East Rutherford 117, Bandys 110, Shelby 105, Lincolnton 90, West Lincoln 84, Bunker Hill 79 and Chase 52.

Mountain Valley 2-A: Forbush took first place with conference championships in softball and men¹s tennis and a co-championship in
baseball. Wilkes Central and Hibriten finished knotted in second. Hibriten finished first in men¹s golf and women¹s soccer while Wilkes Central placed second in women¹s soccer and men¹s tennis. Conference standings: Forbush 213.5, Wilkes Central and Hibriten 202.5, North Surry 187.5, West Caldwell 179.5, Ashe County 177, West Wilkes 173 and North Wilkes 163.5.

Northern Carolina 2-A: Southern Vance inched past Roanoke Rapids after placing second in baseball and men¹s track. Roanoke Rapids finished first in women¹s soccer and second in men¹s tennis to stand in second. Conference standings: Southern Vance 184.5, Roanoke Rapids 181, Northern Vance 180.5, Bunn 172, Warren County 141.5, South Granville 130, Southeast Halifax 88 and Northwest Halifax 66.5.

North State 2-A: Western Guilford, paced by a first-place finish in women¹s track, men¹s track, baseball and women¹s soccer, secured first place. Western Alamance held on to second place to finish out the year, winning conference titles in men¹s tennis and softball. Conference standings: Western Guilford 173, Western Alamance 162, Reidsville 151.5, McMichael 145, Eastern Guilford 108.5 and Burlington Cummings 104.

Rocky River 2-A: Charlotte Catholic finished first after claiming top finishes in men¹s and women¹s track, women¹s soccer, men¹s tennis and men¹s golf. Mount Pleasant and North Stanly shared the runner-up position. Mount Pleasant placed second in men¹s golf. North Stanly placed second in women¹s soccer and baseball and placed third in men¹s tennis. Conference standings: Charlotte Catholic 192.5, Mount Pleasant and North Stanly 154.5 each, Forest Hills 148, Monroe 136, West Stanly 133.5 and West Montgomery 105.

Tri-Six 2-A: After winning conference championships in baseball and men¹s and women¹s track, St. Paul¹s secured the top spot. Gray¹s Creek moved into second when it finished first in men¹s golf and men¹s tennis. Conference standings: St. Paul¹s 124.5, Gray¹s Creek 123.5, Clinton 111, West Bladen 110, Red Springs 104, Fairmont 99 and South Roberson 65.

Waccamaw 2-A: Whiteville¹s strength throughout the year left it in first place. South Brunswick captured the second-place position. Conference standings: Whiteville 84, South Brunswick 73.5, South Columbus 69, East Bladen 64, East Columbus 61, Pender 61, East Columbus 61 and West Columbus 60.

Western Highlands 2-A: West Henderson brought home conference titles in baseball, women¹s track and men¹s golf to take first. Charles D. Owen finished first in men¹s track to wind up in second. Conference standings: West Henderson 201, Charles D. Owen 197, Brevard 180, North Henderson 174, Mountain Heritage 161, Pisgah 159, Madison 137, Avery 129 and Mitchell 125.

Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results:

Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: First Flight secured the title after placing first in women¹s soccer and men¹s golf. Currituck clinched a
conference championship in softball and placed second in women¹s soccer to finish in second. Conference standings: First Flight 169, Currituck 153, Manteo 146, Edenton-Holmes 142, Northeastern 139, Hertford County 134, Pasquotank 132 and Bertie 92.5.

Class 3-A Conference Results:

Big Eight North 3-A: Wilson Fike won conference championships in five spring sports to beat out Hunt for first place. Hunt placed second in softball, baseball, men¹s tennis and women¹s soccer. Conference standings: Wilson Fike 170.5, Hunt 158, Southern Nash 144.5, Nash Central 141, Wilson Beddingfield 134.

Big Eight South 3-A: Clayton widened the margin between first and second after tying for the top spot in baseball and softball and clinching first in men¹s golf, men¹s tennis and men¹s track. Smithfield-Selma locked into second place after sharing the conference title in baseball. Conference standings: Clayton 233, Smithfield 201, Harnett Central 193.5, South Johnston 179.5, West Johnston 162, Triton 151.5 and Overhills 114.5

Big South 3-A: Ashbrook surpassed East Gaston to take over first. Ashbrook secured first in women¹s soccer, men¹s tennis, baseball and softball. East Gaston captured the runner-up position. Conference standings: Ashbrook 220, East Gaston 210.5, Forestview 200.5, South Point 190, East Lincoln 176.5, Hunter Huss 155.5, North Gaston 123.5 and Philip Berry Academy 119.5.

Eastern Carolina 3-A: West Carteret¹s strong spring season, finishing on top in baseball, women¹s soccer and men¹s and women¹s track, allowed it to claim first place. C.B Aycock won conference championships in men¹s golf and softball, but did not have enough momentum to beat out West Carteret. Conference standings: West Carteret 249.5, C.B. Aycock 242, Eastern Wayne 226.5, South Central 207.5, Southern Wayne 197, Washington 168, Kinston 131.5, West Craven 123.5 and Goldsboro 74.5.

Five County 3-A: East Chapel Hill inched past Burlington Williams by half a point to take first place in a tight conference race. East finished in the number-one spot in women¹s soccer and tied for first in men¹s track. Williams tied with East in track and finished first in men¹s golf. Conference standings: East Chapel Hill 99.5, Burlington Williams 99, Orange 80.5, Southern Alamance 76.5, Oxford Webb 64.5, Durham Hillside 49.5, Southern Durham 43.5 and Bartlett Yancey 37.

Mountain Athletic 3-A: T.C Roberson easily secured first place after winning conference championships in women¹s track, women¹s soccer and baseball and tying for first in baseball. Asheville finished first in men¹s track and was co-champion in men¹s tennis. Conference standings: T.C. Roberson 285, Asheville 227, North Buncombe 202, Franklin 200, Enka 190, Tuscola 183, East Henderson 157, Clyde Erwin 113 and Smoky Mountain 112.

North Piedmont 3-A: Northwest Cabarrus placed first in baseball, but Mooresville¹s conference title in women¹s track was enough to keep it on top. Northwest ended up in second place. Conference standings: Mooresville 712.5, Northwest Cabarrus 692.5, Statesville 657.5, East Rowan 630, Lake Norman 595, West Rowan 580, A.L. Brown 547.5 and North Iredell 490.

Piedmont Triad 3-A: Southwest Guilford clinched first place by finishing first in men¹s tennis and men¹s golf and placing second in women¹s soccer. Securing first-place finishes in softball and baseball put Glenn in second. Conference standings: Southwest Guilford 129.5, Glenn 118.5, Northeast Guilford 101.5, Morehead 99.5, Rockingham County 93.5, Parkland 80, Smith 62.5, Dudley 51 and Carver 42.

South Piedmont 3-A: Winning conference championships in men¹s golf, men¹s tennis and men¹s and women¹s track allowed Weddington to win the Conference Cup. Robinson placed first in softball and second in men¹s tennis to finish behind Weddington. Conference standings: Weddington 787.5, Jay Robinson 712.5, Piedmont 675, Sun Valley 610, Concord 580, Parkwood 565 and Anson 375.

Southwestern Foothills 3-A: Dominating the top spot in baseball, men¹s tennis and men¹s golf while placing second in women¹s track and women¹s soccer put Hickory on top for the year. R-S Central finished first in women¹s soccer and women¹s track and second in softball to take the runner-up spot. Conference standings: Hickory 188, R-S Central 170.5, Crest 168.5, Kings Mountain 161, St. Stephens 157, Fred T. Foard 156 and Burns 120.

Tri-County 3-A: Earning conference titles in women¹s soccer and men¹s and women¹s track placed Ragsdale in first. High Point Central finished first in men¹s golf and second in men¹s and women¹s track to hold on to second place. Conference standings: Ragsdale 194, High Point Central 185.5, Southeast Guilford 183, Asheboro 165.5, Union Pines 161.5, Eastern Randolph 159.5, Trinity 153.5 and Southwestern Randolph 147.5.

Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results:

Mideastern 3-A/4-A: Wilmington Hoggard broke a tie for first by finishing on top in softball and women¹s soccer. New Hanover finished first in men¹s tennis to lock into second place. Conference standings: Hoggard 104.5, New Hanover 95.5, Laney 91, Ashley 74.5, White Oak 66, Jacksonville 62.5 and West Brunswick 35.

Class 4-A Conference Results:

Big East 4-A: Greenville Rose beat out New Bern for the number-one position. Rose finished first in baseball, softball and men¹s tennis. New Bern, making the race tight, clinched conference titles in men¹s golf, women¹s soccer and men¹s track. Conference standings: Greenville Rose 81.5, New Bern 79, Rocky Mount 67.5, Havelock 57.5, Greenville D.H. Conley 50 and Northern Nash 42.5.

Cap Six 4-A: Raleigh Broughton pulled ahead after placing first in men¹s tennis and women¹s soccer. Leesville Road ended up in the runner-up spot. Conference standings: Broughton 92, Leesville Road 81.5, Millbrook 77, Wakefield 66.5, Sanderson 57 and Wake Forest-Rolesville 44.

Central Piedmont 4-A: R.J. Reynolds secured first-place finishes in men¹s and women¹s track, men¹s golf and men¹s tennis, but West Forsyth kept the top position, placing first in softball and women¹s soccer. Conference standings: West Forsyth 160.5, R.J. Reynolds 158, Davie 140.6, North Davidson 133.5 and South Rowan 127.5.

ME-CA Eight 4-A: North Mecklenburg¹s strong spring season, finishing on top in baseball, men¹s golf and women¹s soccer, left it in first. Hopewell came in second after taking first in men¹s tennis and second in men¹s golf, women¹s soccer and softball. Conference standings: North Mecklenburg 216.5, Hopewell 200.5, Central Cabarrus 180.5, Vance 180, Independence 170, Harding University 152, West Mecklenburg 131.5 and West Charlotte 127.

Metro 4-A: Northwest Guilford pulled ahead to finish in first after placing first in men¹s golf, second in men¹s tennis and tying for second in baseball. Mount Tabor holds onto second place, claiming a conference title I men¹s track and sharing the championship in women¹s soccer. Conference standings: Northwest Guilford 88, Mount Tabor 73.5, Grimsley 69.5, Page 63, North Forsyth 51 and East Forsyth 49.

Midsoutheastern 4-A: After a close race all year, Jack Britt secured first place after finishing first in men¹s tennis and second in women¹s soccer, men¹s track and men¹s golf. Pinecrest won conference championships in women¹s soccer, men¹s track and men¹s golf to take second. Conference standings: Jack Britt 107, Pinecrest 105.5, Scotland 90.5, Richmond 78.5, Seventy-First 64, Hoke 59.5, Douglas Byrd 57 and Westover 42.

Northwestern 4-A: Watauga regained the lead over Freedom after placing first in women¹s track and tying for first in men¹s soccer. Watauga finished in the runner-up spot in men¹s golf and men¹s tennis. Freedom landed in second, placing first in men¹s tennis and third in three sports, making a tight race. Conference standings: Watauga 94, Freedom 92.5, A.C. Reynolds 91.5, East Burke 69, McDowell 68, Alexander Central 57.5 and South Caldwell 52.5.

PAC-6 4-A: The Chapel Hill Tigers widened the margin between first and second after winning conference championships in baseball, men¹s golf, men¹s tennis and softball. Durham Jordan placed second, finishing first in men¹s and women¹s track and second in women¹s soccer. Conference standings: Chapel Hill 79.5, Jordan 67, Riverside 63.5, Northern Durham 58 and Roxboro Person 26.

Southwestern 4-A: Charlotte Providence, the conference winner, took first in women¹s track, men¹s tennis and baseball. Myers Park moved into second place after winning conference titles in men¹s golf and women¹s soccer. Conference standings; Charlotte Providence 208.5, Myers Park 197, South Mecklenburg 194, Butler 191.5, East Mecklenburg 171, Olympic 146.5, Waddell 108 and Garinger 99.5.

Tri-Seven 4-A: Apex broke the three-way tie from the winter to clinch first place. Apex finished first in women¹s soccer and women¹s track and tied for first in baseball. Green Hope shared the baseball title and won conference championships in men¹s golf and men¹s tennis to wind up second. Conference standings: Apex 109.5, Green Hope 104, Cary 100, Middle Creek 69.5, Lee County 65.5, Fuquay-Varina 57.5 and Western Harnett 24.

Triangle Alliance 4-A: Athens Drive edged out Enloe for the Conference Cup. Athens Drive finished first in men¹s golf and second in men¹s tennis and baseball. Enloe secured second after placing first in women¹s soccer and men¹s tennis. Conference standings: Athens Drive 193, Enloe 190, Southeast Raleigh 181.5, Garner 162, East Wake 151.5 and Knightdale 97.

Two Rivers 4-A: Securing the top spot with first-place finishes in softball and men¹s and women¹s track, South View won over Terry Sanford. Terry Sanford wound up second after taking first in men¹s tennis. Conference standings: South View 91.5, Terry Sanford 81.5, Pine Forest 62.5, Lumberton 62, E.E. Smith 57, Cape Fear 52 and Purnell Swett 22.5.

 
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