Fall 2016 Wells Fargo Conference Cup Standings Announced

Chapel Hill, NC - 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 2016 fall 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 1A Conference Results

Carolina 1A: Sweeping the cross country championships along with a men’s soccer championship, Hobbton is in first place after the fall season. In second place is Rosewood with third-place finishes in volleyball and men’s cross country. North Duplin is in third place thanks to a tied first-place finish in football and a second-place finish in women’s cross country. Conference Standings: Hobbton 31, Rosewood 24.5, North Duplin 22.5, Lakewood 22, Princeton 21, Spring Creek 20, James Kenan 12, Neuse Charter 9.

Central Tar Heel 1A: North Moore is the conference leader after the fall season thanks to tied first-place finishes in men’s soccer and women’s cross country. In second place is West Montgomery with championships in football and volleyball. Chatham Central is in third place with championships in women’s tennis and men’s cross country along with a tied first-place finish in women’s cross country. Conference Standings: North Moore 272.5, West Montgomery 265, Chatham Central 252.5, East Montgomery 250, South Davidson 177.5, Chatham Charter 167.5, Uwharrie Charter 135.

Coastal 10 1A: Sweeping the cross country championships along with a first-place tie in volleyball, Camden county is in first place after the fall season. In second place is Manteo with championships in men’s and women’s cross country and men’s soccer. Perquimans is in third place with a first-place tie in volleyball and third-place finishes in football and men’s soccer.  Conference Standings: Camden County 43.5, Manteo 43, Perquimans 36.5, Cape Hatteras 29, Gates County 28.5, Plymouth 16.5, Ocracoke 12.5, Creswell 12, Mattamuskeet 11.5, Columbia 5.

Coastal Plains 1A: With championships in football, women’s tennis and men’s soccer, East Carteret is in first place after this fall season. In second place is Lejeune with championships in men’s and women’s cross country. Northside is in third thanks to third-place finishes in volleyball and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: East Carteret 242.5, Lejeune 230, Northside 187.5, Southside 177.5, Bear Grass Charter 167.5, Pamlico County 165, Jones Senior 95.

North Central Athletic Conference 1A: Raleigh Charter and Franklin Academy tied for first place after the fall sports season. Raleigh Charter has championships in men’s soccer, women’s tennis and men’s cross country while Franklin Academy has championships in women’s cross country and women’s golf. Voyager Academy is in third place with a second-place finish in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Raleigh Charter 38, Franklin Academy 38, Voyager Academy 29.5, Roxboro Community 26.5, Research Triangle 22, Woods Charter 19, East Wake Academy 16, Falls Lake Academy 9, River Mill Academy 8, Kestrel Heights 8.

Northwest 1A: After a close race, Bishop McGuinness is in first place after the fall season thanks to championships in men’s soccer and women’s cross country. In second place is Mount Airy with championships in women’s golf and women’s tennis. East Surry is in third place with a volleyball championship and second-place finishes in football and women’s golf. Conference Standings: Bishop McGuinness 32.5, Mount Airy 31, East Surry 30.5, Walkertown 26.5, North Stokes 25, Atkins 19.5, Winston Salem Prep 9.

Smoky Mountain 1A: Murphy finishes on top after this fall sports season with championships in football and men’s cross country along with second-place finishes in women’s cross country and volleyball. Swain County is in second place thanks to a women’s cross country championship and second-place finishes in men’s cross country and football. Hayesville takes home third place after securing a volleyball championship and a tied third-place finish in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Murphy 52.5, Swain County 48.5, Hayesville 44.5, Cherokee 37, Robbinsville 30.5, Andrews 25.5, Blue Ridge 20.5, Highlands 18, Rosman 14.5, Tri-County Early College 10, Hiwassee Dam 8.5, Nantahala 6.

Southern Piedmont 1A: The Community School of Davidson is the conference leader after the fall sports season thanks to championships in women’s golf, volleyball, men’s soccer and men’s cross country. In second place is Pine Lake Preparatory with a women’s tennis championship and a second-place finish in women’s cross country. Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy is in third place with a football championship and a second-place finish in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Community School of Davidson 95, Pine Lake Preparatory 90, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy 84, Highland School of Technology 81, Lincoln Charter 79, Cherryville 60, Mountain Island Charter 55, Bessemer City 54, Piedmont Charter 19.

Tar Roanoke 1A: Granville Central takes the lead after the fall sports season with a championship in women’s cross country and tying for the championship in men’s soccer and football with Louisburg. Louisburg is in second place thanks to the tied football and men’s soccer championship and a first place finish in volleyball. In third place is Oxford Preparatory Charter with a championship in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Granville Central 22, Louisburg 17, Oxford Preparatory Charter 13, Southeast Halifax 10, KIPP Pride 9, Weldon 6, Northwest Halifax 4.

Two Rivers 1A: Sweeping the cross country championships along championships in men’s soccer and volleyball, Riverside-Martin is in first place. In second place is Tarboro with championships in football and women’s tennis. South Creek is in third place with second-place finishes in volleyball and women’s cross country and a third-place finish in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Riverside-Martin 21, Tarboro 18, South Creek 14, Northampton 9, North Edgecombe 8, Rocky Mount Prep 2.

Uwharrie Athletic 1A: North Stanly is the conference leader after the fall season with championships in football and women’s tennis. Gray Stone day is in second place with championships in men’s and women’s cross country. In third place is South Stanly with a volleyball championship. Conference Standings: North Stanly, Gray Stone Day, South Stanly, Union Academy, Queens Grant, Albemarle.

Class 1A/2A Conference Results

Four County 1A/2A: With championships in football, men’s soccer and women’s cross country, Clinton is in first place. Pender is in second place thank to a men’s cross country championship. In third place is Midway with third-place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country. Conference Standings: Clinton 53.5, Pender 37, Midway 33.5, Wallace-Rose Hill 30, East Bladen 29, Heide Trask 26.5, West Bladen 20, Union 8.5.

Mountain Valley 1A/2A: East Wilkes is the conference leader after the fall season thanks to championships in men’s and women’s cross country and women’s golf. In second place is Ashe County thanks to second-place finishes in men’s soccer, women’s golf, and men’s and women’s cross country. Wilkes Central is in third place with a football championship. Conference Standings: East Wilkes 43, Ashe County 41, Wilkes Central 34.5, North Wilkes 27.5, Starmount 26.5, West Wilkes 25, Elkin 25, Alleghany 23.5.

Three Rivers 1A/2A: Whiteville is the conference leader after the fall season thanks to championships in women’s tennis and men’s soccer. In second place is South Columbus with championships in football and volleyball. Red Springs is in third place with a men’s cross country championship. Conference Standings: Whiteville 36.5, South Columbus 33, Red Springs 27.5, St. Pauls 26.5, Fairmont 25.5, East Columbus 18, West Columbus 11, South Robeson 6.

Western Highlands 1A/2A: In first place is Hendersonville thanks to championships in volleyball, men’s soccer, women’s tennis, women’s golf and women’s cross country along with a first-place finish in football. In second place is Mountain Heritage thanks to a tied first-place finish in football. Polk County is in third place with a second-place finish in volleyball. Conference Standings: Hendersonville 81.5, Mountain heritage 65.5, Polk County 60, Owen 53.5, Avery County 44.5, Madison 35, Mitchell 24.

Class 2A Conference Results

Central Carolina 2A: Sweeping the cross country championships along with securing championships in men’s soccer and women’s tennis, Salisbury is in first place. In second place is West Davidson thanks to championships in women’s golf and volleyball and second-place finishes in women’s tennis and women’s cross country. East Davidson is in third place with second-place finishes in football, women’s golf and volleyball. Conference Standings: Salisbury 63, West Davidson 57, East Davidson 56, Lexington 48.5, North Rowan 34.5, Thomasville 24.

East Central 2A: Croatan wins the conference after the fall sports season with championships in men’s and women’s cross country and second-place finishes in women’s tennis and volleyball. Dixon and East Duplin tie for second place. Dixon has championships in volleyball and women’s tennis while East Duplin has championships in men’s soccer and football. There was also a tie for third place between Northside-Jacksonville and Southwest Onslow. Northside-Jacksonville has managed to secure a second-place finish in football while Southwest Onslow secured the second-place finish in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Croatan 58, Dixon 56, East Duplin 56, Northside-Jacksonville 47, Southwest Onslow 47, North Brunswick 44.

Eastern Carolina 2A: Greene Central is the conference leader after the fall season thanks to a women’s tennis championship and a tied first-place finish in men’s soccer. North Lenoir is is in second place thanks to tied first-place finishes in football and women’s tennis. In third place is Ayden-Grifton with a football championship and a tied first-place finish in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Greene Central 245, North Lenoir 237.5, Ayden-Grifton 230, Goldsboro 222.5, South Lenoir 215, Kinston 125.

Eastern Plains 2A: In first place after the fall season is Washington, thanks to a championship in women’s cross country and tied first-place finishes in men’s soccer and women’s tennis. In second place is North Johnston with tied first-place finishes in women’s tennis and men’s soccer. Farmville Central and Beddingfield are tied for third place. Farmville Central with a tied first-place finish in volleyball and a second-place finish in women’s cross country.  Conference Standings: Washington 27.5, North Johnston 21.5, Farmville Central 18, Beddingfield 18, North Pitt 16.5, Southwest Edgecombe 12.5.

Mid State 2A: With championships in men’s and women’s cross country, volleyball and tying for the championship in men’s soccer, Carrboro is in first place. Jordan-Matthews is in second place thanks to a women’s tennis championship along with tying for the championship in men’s soccer and securing a second-place finish in women’s cross country. Bartlett Yancey is in third place thanks to second-place finishes in volleyball and women’s tennis. Conference standings: Carrboro 31, Jordan-Matthews 26.5, Bartlett Yancey 20.5, Reidsville 15, Cummings 14.5, Graham 14.5.

Northeastern Coastal 2A: Sweeping the cross country championships along with securing championships in men’s soccer and women’s tennis, First Flight is in first place. Northeastern is in second place thanks to a football championship and second-place finishes in men’s cross country and men’s soccer. Currituck County and Edenton are tied for third place thanks to a Currituck championship in volleyball and second-place finishes in women’s cross country and men’s soccer and Edenton championships in football and women’s tennis. Conference Standings: First Flight 37, Northeastern 33, Currituck County 28, John A. Holmes/Edenton 28, Hertford County 24, Pasquotank County 12, Bertie 9.

Northern Carolina 2A: N.C. School of Science and Math is in first place with a tied championship in men’s soccer and second-place finishes in women’s tennis and men’s cross country. South Granville is in second place with a volleyball championship. In third place is Bunn with a tied championship in men’s soccer and a second-place finish in volleyball. Conference Standings: N.C. School of Science and Math 33.5, South Granville 29, Bunn 28.5, Durham School of the Arts 25.5, Franklinton 25.5, Roanoke Rapids 19, Southern Vance 9, Warren County 4.

PAC 6 2A: With championships in men’s cross country, women’s tennis and volleyball, Wheatmore is the conference leader after the fall sports season. Not far behind, in second place is Trinity with championships in men’s soccer and women’s cross country along with second-place finishes in women’s tennis. Providence Grove is in third place with a second-place finish in volleyball and third-place finishes in women’s tennis and women’s cross country. Conference standings: Wheatmore 26.5, Trinity 22, Providence Grove 20.5, Eastern Randolph 19, Randleman 18.5, T.W. Andrews 8.5.

Rocky River 2A: Central Academy of Technology and Arts and West Stanly are tied for first place after the fall season. Central Academy has championships in women’s tennis and men’s cross country while West Stanly has a women’s cross country championship and a tied first-place finish in volleyball. Not far behind, in third place is Mount Pleasant with a tied first-place finish in volleyball and second-place finishes in men’s cross country and football. Conference Standings: Central Academy of Technology and Arts 25, West Stanly 25, Mount Pleasant 23, Parkwood 19, Forest Hills 18, Monroe 16.

Southern District 7 2A: With second-place finishes in women’s tennis and men’s cross country and a third-place finish in women’s golf, East Lincoln is the frontrunner this season. Close behind, in second place is Lincolnton thanks to a men’s cross country championship and a first-place tie in football. Newton-Conover is in third place with a men’s soccer championship and a second-place finish in women’s golf. Conference Standings: East Lincoln 39.5, Lincolnton 36.5, Newton-Conover 34.5, Maiden 33.5, West Lincoln 30.5, Bunker Hill 28.5, Bandys 20.5, West Caldwell 19.5.

Western Piedmont Athletic 2A: Surry Central is the frontrunner after the fall season with championships in football and women’s tennis. In second place is Forbush thanks to championships in men’s and women’s cross country and men’s soccer. North Surry is in third place with a volleyball championship. Conference Standings: Surry Central 33, Forbush 31, North Surry 27, West Stokes 26, South Stokes 15, Carver 8.

Class 2A/3A Conference Results

Big South 2A/3A: Sweeping the cross country championships along with championships in men’s soccer and volleyball, Lake Norman Charter is the conference leader. Not far behind is Forestview with second-place finishes in men’s cross country, volleyball and women’s tennis. South Point is in third thanks to second-place finishes in football and men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Lake Norman Charter 81, Forestview 78.5, South Point 71.5, Stuart Cramer 68, Ashbrook 66, North Gaston 57, Hunter Huss 49.5, East Gaston 47.5.

South Mountain Athletic 2A/3A: With championships in volleyball, women’s tennis and women’s cross country, Kings Mountain is in first place after the fall season. In second place is Shelby with a football championship and a second-place tie in men’s soccer. Crest and Draughn are tied for third place. Crest with third-place finishes in football and tennis and Draughn with second-place finishes in volleyball and women’s cross country. Conference Standings: Kings Mountain 48, Shelby 37, Crest 36, Draughn 36, East Burke 34, R.S. Central 25, East Rutherford 21, Chase 17, Burns 13.

Western North Carolina Athletic 2A-3A: West Henderson is in first place this season thanks to championships in volleyball, men’s soccer and women’s golf. Franklin is in second place with second-place finishes in men’s soccer and women’s golf. Very close behind, in third place, is Pisgah with championships in football and women’s tennis. Conference Standings: West Henderson 47, Franklin 35, Pisgah 34, Brevard 33, Smoky Mountain 30, Tuscola 23, North Henderson 22.5, East Henderson 17.5.

Class 3A Conference Results

Big 8 3A: With championships in volleyball and men’s soccer, Chapel Hill is the conference leader after the fall season. In second place is Cedar Ridge with a women’s tennis championship and a second-place finish in men’s soccer. There is a tie for third place after the fall season between Orange and Northwood. Orange has a football championship and a second-place finish in volleyball while Northwood has second-place finishes in football and women’s golf. Conference Standings: Chapel Hill 33, Cedar Ridge 28, Orange 24.5, Northwood 24.5, J.F. Webb 13.5, Southern Durham 12.5, Northern Vance 8.

Big East 3A: Rocky Mount is the frontrunner for the fall sports season thanks to tying for the championship in women’s tennis and second-place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country and football. In second place is Hunt with championships in men’s soccer and volleyball. Fike takes home third place after tying for the championship in women’s tennis and a second-place finish in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Rocky Mount 66, Hunt 64, Fike 63, Northern Nash 60, Southern Nash 57, Nash Central 47.

Cape Fear Valley 3A: Terry Sanford is the conference leader after the fall season thanks to a women’s golf championship, a tied first-place finish in women’s tennis and a second-place finish in men’s and women’s cross country. Lee County and Union Pines are tied for second place. Lee County has a men’s soccer championship and a tied first-place finish in football while Union Pines has a men’s and women’s cross country championship and a tied first-place finish in women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Terry Sanford 39.5, Lee County 36.5, Union Pines 36.5, Gray’s Creek 30, Southern Lee 24, Westover 16.5, Douglas Byrd 10.

Coastal 3A: Sweeping the cross country championships and securing the volleyball championship, West Carteret is the conference leader after the fall. In second place is Jacksonville with a women’s tennis championship and second-place finish in volleyball. Very close behind in third place is Swansboro with a men’s soccer championship and a second-place finish in men’s and women’s cross country. Conference Standings: West Carteret 42, Jacksonville 36, Swansboro 35, White Oak 25, Richlands 21, Havelock 18.5, West Craven 15.5.

Mid Piedmont 3A: Ledford Senior finishes the fall sports season on top thanks to championships in women’s tennis, women’s cross country and men’s cross country along with a second-place finish in football. Asheboro is in second place with a second-place finish in volleyball and third-place finishes in men’s soccer and football. In third place there is a tie between Central Davidson and Southwestern Randolph. Central Davidson procures second-place finishes in women’s tennis and men’s and women’s cross country while Southwestern Randolph secures a volleyball championship and a second-place finish in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Ledford Senior 34, Asheboro 28, Central Davidson 25, Southwestern Randolph 25, Southern Guilford 22, Western Guilford 19, North Forsyth 12.

Mid-State 3A: Sweeping the cross country championships, along with championships in women’s tennis, volleyball and men’s soccer and a second-place finish in women’s golf, Northern Guilford is in first place. Western Alamance is in second with second-place finishes in football and volleyball and a tied second-place finish in men’s soccer. In third place is Walter M. Williams with second-place finishes in women’s cross country, women’s golf, women’s tennis and a tied second-place finish for men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 92.5, Western Alamance 81.5, Walter M. Williams 81, Rockingham County 67, Eastern Guilford 59.5, Eastern Alamance 51.5, Dalton McMichael 55, John M. Morehead 55, Northeast Guilford 38.

South Piedmont 3A: Cox Mill is in first place after this fall sports season thanks to championships in volleyball, men’s soccer and women’s golf. In second place is Hickory Ridge with a women’s cross country championship and a second-place finish in women’s golf. Jesse Carson is in third place with a championship in women’s tennis and a tied second-place finish in volleyball. Conference Standings: Cox Mill 275, Hickory Ridge 267.5, Jesse Carson 212.5, Concord 190, West Rowan 190, East Rowan 180, Jay M. Robinson 180, Northwest Cabarrus 170, South Rowan 125, Central Cabarrus 120.

Southern Carolina 3A: Marvin Ridge and Weddington come out with a tie after this year’s fall sports season with Marvin Ridge securing championships in men’s soccer, women’s tennis and volleyball while Weddington secures championships in women’s golf, men’s cross country and football. Cuthbertson is in third place with a women’s cross country championship and third place finishes in men’s soccer, women’s tennis, volleyball and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 320, Weddington 320, Cuthbertson 275, Sun Valley 250, Piedmont 225, Anson 105.

Two Rivers 3A: Thanks to championships in football and women’s tennis along with tying for first place in men’s soccer, Cleveland is in first place. Sweeping the cross country championship and tying for first place in men’s soccer, Corinth Holders is in second place. In third place is South Johnston with a women’s golf championship and third-place finish in football.  Conference Standings: Cleveland 69.5, Corinth Holders 67.5, South Johnston 57, Triton 56, Western Harnett 49, Smithfield-Selma 45.

Class 3A/4A Conference Results

Eastern Carolina 3A/4A: Sweeping the cross country championships along with a championship in men’s soccer and a first-place tie for football, New Bern is in first place. In second place is D.H. Conley thanks to championships in women’s tennis and volleyball along with a first-place tie for football. J.H. Rose is in third place with a first-place tie in football and a second-place tie for volleyball. Conference Standings: New Bern 45.5, D.H. Conley 43, J.H. Rose 26.5, C.B. Aycock 23, South Central 21, Eastern Wayne 17, Southern Wayne 13.

Mideastern 3A/4A: Hoggard is the conference leader after the fall sports season thanks to championships in men’s cross country, volleyball, football and women’s tennis. New Hanover is in second place with championships in men’s soccer, football and women’s tennis. In third place is Laney with championships in women’s golf and women’s cross country. Conference Standings: Hoggard 44, New Hanover 37, Laney 36.5, Topsail 23, Ashley 22, South Brunswick 17, West Brunswick 16.5.

Mountain Athletic 3A/4A: With championships in men’s soccer, women’s cross country and volleyball, T.C. Roberson comes out on top after the fall season. In second is A.C. Reynolds with a football championship and second-place finishes in men’s soccer and men’s cross country. Asheville takes home third place thanks to a men’s cross country championship and a second-place finish in women’s cross country. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 87, A.C. Reynolds 72, Asheville 70, Enka 60, North Buncombe 44, McDowell 37, Erwin 18.

North Piedmont 3A/4A: With championships in football, women’s tennis and women’s golf, Lake Norman is in first place after this fall sports season. In second place is Mooresville with a men’s cross country championship and a second-place finish in football. South Iredell is in third place thanks to a second-place finish in men’s soccer and a third-place finish in football. Conference Standings: Lake Norman 310, Mooresville 260, South Iredell 257.5, Alexander Central 220, North Lincoln 212.5, Statesville 207.5, North Iredell 205, West Iredell 147.5.

Northwestern Athletic 3A/4A: Watauga is the conference leader after the fall sports season thanks to championships in women’s tennis, volleyball and men’s cross country. In second place is Hickory with a women’s golf championship and a second-place finish in volleyball. Hibriten is in third place thanks to a football championship and a third-place finish in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Watauga 79, Hickory 78.5, Hibriten 64.5, Patton 63.5, South Caldwell 60.5, St. Stephens 60.5, Freedom 55.5, Fred T. Foard 49.

 Class 4A Conference Results

All-Metro 4A: Sweeping the cross country championships along with winning championships in football, men’s soccer, women’s golf and women’s tennis, Page jumps out in front after this season. In second place is Grimsley thanks to a women’s tennis championship and second-place finishes in women’s golf and men’s cross country. Southeast Guilford is in third place with third place finishes in football, men’s cross country and women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Page 40.5, Grimsley 27, Southeast Guilford 24.5, Southern Alamance 23.5, James B. Dudley 16, Ben L. Smith 12.5.

Cap 8 4A: With championships in women’s cross country and men’s soccer, Leesville Road is in first place after the fall season. In second place is Needham Broughton with championships in men’s cross country and volleyball. Sanderson is in third place with a tied championship in women’s tennis. Conference Standings: Leesville Road 47.5, Needham Broughton 39, Sanderson 34.5, Millbrook 33, Heritage 27.5, Wake Forest 27.5, Wakefield 24.

Central Piedmont 4A: With championships in men’s cross country, men’s soccer and volleyball, Mount Tabor is the conference leader after the fall season. In second place is Reagan, thanks to championships in women’s cross country and volleyball along with a second-place finish in women’s tennis. In third place is West Forsyth thanks to second-place finishes in women’s cross country and football. Conference Standings: Mount Tabor 290, Ronald Reagan 280, West Forsyth 262.5, Davie 245, R.J. Reynolds 237.5, North Davidson 222.5, Parkland 137.5.

Greater Neuse River 4A: West Johnston is the conference leader after the fall season with a championship in women’s cross country and second-place finishes in men’s cross country, women’s tennis, football, women’s golf and volleyball. In second place is Clayton with championships in women’s tennis and volleyball. Very close behind is Rolesville in third place with a men’s cross country championship. Conference Standings: West Johnston 84, Clayton 74, Rolesville 73, Garner Magnet 65.5, Knightdale 61.5, Southeast Raleigh 53, Harnett Central 53, East Wake 50.

MeCKa 4A: After an outstanding season, W.A. Hough is in first place thanks to championships in men’s soccer, volleyball, women’s golf, women’s tennis and women’s cross country. Mallard Creek is in second place with a men’s cross country championship and a tied first-place finish in football. A.L. Brown is in third place with a second-place finish in women’s golf. Conference Standings: W.A. Hough 45.5, Mallard Creek 36.5, A.L. Brown 26.5, North Mecklenburg 24, Hopewell 17.5, Zebulon Vance 12, West Charlotte 8.

Mid-South Athletic 4A: With championships in women’s golf, volleyball and football, along with a second-place finish in men’s soccer, Cape Fear is in first place. Not too far behind in second is Jack Britt with second-place finishes in women’s golf, men’s cross country and volleyball, along with third-place finishes in men’s soccer and women’s cross country. South View takes home third place after securing championships in men’s and women’s cross country and finishing third in football. Conference Standings: Cape Fear 41, Jack Britt 34, South View 31.5, Pine Forest 27.5, Overhills 27.5, Seventy-First 19.5, E.E. Smith 11.

PAC 6 4A: Sweeping the cross country championships and also securing championships in women’s tennis and volleyball, Cardinal Gibbons is in first place after the fall season. In second place is East Chapel Hill thanks to a championships in field hockey and second-place finishes in women’s tennis and women’s cross country. In third place is Charles E. Jordan thanks to a men’s soccer championship and a second-place finish in men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 46, East Chapel Hill 35, Charles E. Jordan 33, Riverside-Durham 25, Person 19, Northern Durham 17.5, Hillside 10.5.

Piedmont Triad 4A: Northwest Guilford comes out on top after the fall season thanks to championships in women’s cross country, women’s tennis, men’s soccer and volleyball. In second place is Southwest Guilford with a men’s cross country championship and a second-place finish in volleyball. East Forsyth is in third place with a football championship and second-place finishes in volleyball and men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 38, Southwest Guilford 26.5, East Forsyth 25.5, Ragsdale 22.5, High Point Central 19, Robert B. Glenn 13.5.

SoMeck 8 4A: After a very close race, Charlotte Catholic comes out on top this season with championships in football, women’s tennis and women’s golf. Providence, with championships in volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country and men’s soccer, is in second place. In third place is Ardrey Kell with second-place finishes in volleyball, women’s tennis, women’s cross country and women’s golf. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic 49, Providence 45, Ardrey Kell 44.5, South Mecklenburg 38.5, Olympic 27.5, West Mecklenburg 16, Berry Academy 10, Harding University 6.5.

Southeastern 4A: With championships in women’s golf, women’s tennis and women’s cross country, Pinecrest is in first place after the fall sports season. In second place is Richmond Senior with championships in men’s soccer and volleyball. Hoke County is in third place with championships in women’s golf and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 34, Richmond Senior 32.5, Hoke County 23, Scotland 21.5, Lumberton 13, Purnell Swett 9.

Southwest Wake 4A: Green Hope is the frontrunner after the fall sports season with championships in women’s tennis, men’s and women’s cross country, volleyball and men’s soccer. Panther Creek is in second place thanks to a volleyball championship and a second-place finish in men’s soccer. In third place is Middle Creek with a football championship and third-place finish in men’s soccer. Conference Standings: Green Hope 54.5, Panther Creek 48, Middle Creek 39, Apex 38, Holly Springs 37.5, Apex Friendship 30, Fuquay-Varina Senior 24.5, Athens Drive 22.5, Cary 21.

Southwestern 4A: Sweeping the cross country championships along with a women’s tennis championship and a second-place finish in football, Myers Park is in first place. Close behind is Porter Ridge in second place thanks to a men’s soccer championship and a second-place finish in women’s tennis. Butler is in third place with championships in football and volleyball. Conference Standings: Myers Park 43, Porter Ridge 40, David W. Butler 36.5, East Mecklenburg 27, Independence 25.5, Rocky River 10.5, Garinger 4.