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Woods Charter School girls soccer scores conference player and coach of the year[Jun. 6, 2015]
Chapel Hill, NC - The North Central Athletic Conference, which is home to nine Triangle 1A charter schools, released its All-Conference awards for girls soccer. Isabel Pearce of Wood Charter School was named the player of the year. Woods Charter soccer coach, Graham Stewart was named coach of the year. Woods Charter girls soccer team members who made the All-Conference first team included Isabel Pearce, Mckenzie Abbott, and Kat Pike. The second team consisted of Woods players Martha Farrell, Jade Ogilvie and Justina Stewart
Woods Charter School to face Raleigh Charter in round 3 of NCHSAA soccer tournament[May 18, 2015]
The Woods Charter School Lady Wolves soccer team (seeded #9) will face the Raleigh Charter (seeded #1) away in a third round tournament game on Wednesday, May 20. The game is scheduled to start at 5:30 pm. Woods comes into the game with a 17-3-1 record. Raleigh Charter is 16-0-1. The Lady Wolves defeated Trask in the first round, 8-0. They won the second round game against Princeton, 6-0, to advance to the third round.
Wakefield, Marvin Ridge, Carrboro, Raleigh Charter win championships in NCHSAA men's dual team tennis[May 18, 2015]
Carrboro, in the 2-A championship match for the fourth consecutive year, won its second straight state title over Brevard, winning this time by a 5-2 count. The closest championship of the day—and by far the longest-- was a grueling 3-A final with Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons and Waxhaw Marvin Ridge splitting the singles matches 3-3 to force the final into decisive doubles play. Three of the six singles matches split sets.
New substitution opportunity in high school soccer[Mar. 9, 2015]
Substitutions in high school soccer will now be permitted during a stoppage of play when bench personnel are cautioned or disqualified. This addition to the listing of substitution opportunities in Rule 3-3-3 was one of two rules changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Soccer Rules Committee at its recent meeting in Indianapolis. These changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.
26th annual NCHSAA dual team wrestling championships set[Feb. 7, 2015]
Championships in four classifications will be decided Saturday in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 26th annual dual team wrestling championships. The championships are held on high school campuses, alternating years between Eastern and Western sites for the finals. All of the teams advancing to the Saturday championship matches earned victories on Thursday night to gain a shot at the state title.
Register for the Northwood softball clinic[Jul. 26, 2014]
The Northwood High School Lady Charger softball team will conduct their second annual softball clinic on Saturday, August 2, at Northwood's Softball complex in Pittsboro. The clinics will be open to girls ages seven through 14 and divided into two sessions beginning at 9 am sharp with the seven to ten year olds. They will work out until 12:30 p.m. The oldergirls ages 11 through 14 will begin at 2 pm and conclude at 5:30 pm.
Interesting matchups set for NCHSAA state softball championships[Jun. 6, 2014]
As usual, pitching and defense should be featured as the top fast-pitch softball teams in the state prepare for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state championships this weekend. But there are also a number of players with spectacular offensive statistics in the eight-team field. For the third year in a row, the Eastern and Western champions in each classification will face off in a best of three championship series at the Walnut Creek Softball Complex. All four of the championships are scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
Chapel Hill scores with 1:33 remaining to defeat Weddington in NCHSAA 3-A women's soccer final[May 31, 2014]
Senior Megan Dell scored with just 1:33 remaining to lift Chapel Hill to a dramatic 2-1 victory over Weddington on Saturday afternoon in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 3-A women's soccer championship game at Dail Soccer Field at North Carolina State University. The game-winner came when junior midfielder Sofie Nielsen took the ball down the right wing and then crossed to Dell at the top of the box, who tucked it into the net to give the Tigers the title. Dell will continue her career at Virginia Commonwealth.
Excellent matches expected in NCHSAA women's soccer championships[May 30, 2014]
Four North Carolina High School Athletic Association women's state soccer championships will be decided Saturday in the 29th annual NCHSAA finals, set for Dail Soccer Field at North Carolina State University. All four finals will be played on Saturday, with game times 11:05 am, 2:05 pm, 5:05 pm and 8:05 pm. This will be the eighth year for a separate 1-A championship since the number of schools playing the sport increased to the threshold for having a separate championship.
NCHSAA Board of Directors adds mercy rules for football and basketball[Apr. 30, 2014]
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association Board of Directors completed its spring Board meeting on Wednesday at the NCHSAA offices. Among the items was a football mercy rule: if point differential reaches 42 or more by halftime or any point thereafter, game will resort to running clock with timeouts after scores or when called by teams, or will be terminated by mutual agreement. A new basketball mercy rule was also approved; if score reaches 40-point differential at halftime or thereafter, game will resort to a running clock, including administration of free throws or all other dead ball situations, except for timeouts called by coach.
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