NCHSAA releases Wells Fargo Cup fall standings

Posted 1/31/19

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CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association in conjunction with Wells Fargo released the fall standings in the 40th annual Wells Fargo Cup …

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NCHSAA releases Wells Fargo Cup fall standings

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CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association in conjunction with Wells Fargo released the fall standings in the 40th annual Wells Fargo Cup competitions for the 2018-19 academic year.

The award recognizes the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications.

Locally, Northwood stands in third placed with 32 points in the 3A Big Eight Conference while in the 1A Central Tar Heel Conference, Chatham Central is fourth with 16 points, Woods Charter fifth with 14.5 points, and Chatham Charter seventh with eight points.

In the 2A PAC 7 Conference, Jordan-Matthews is in fifth with 21 points.

After the fall sports season, Green Hope remains on top in 4A after winning three state championships during the fall. Chapel Hill holds the lead in 3A while in the 2A division, First Flight and Lake Norman Charter are tied for first place for the fall sports season. Finally, Franklin Academy leads Community School of Davidson and East Surry in the 1A race.

Green Hope holds the top spot in the 4A ranks after the fall sports season and an incredible three state championship victories.

The Falcons hold a lead of 15 points over Cardinal Gibbons. Green Hope took home State Championships for volleyball, women’s tennis, and men’s soccer. They followed that up with a second-place finish in men’s cross country and a third-place finish in women’s golf.

Chapel Hill leads the 3A race after the fall season with a 22.5-point lead over Marvin Ridge. The Tigers took home a state championship in men’s soccer. They also received second-place finishes in men’s and women’s cross country. They also reached the regional finals in volleyball, sharing third-place points with West Henderson in volleyball, and reached the quarterfinals in women’s dual team tennis, tying for fifth.

First Flight and Lake Norman Charter are tied for the top spot in the 2A division. First Flight had a second-place finish in men’s cross country and tied third-place finishes for men’s soccer and women’s tennis by reaching the regional finals in both sports.

Meanwhile, Lake Norman Charter came away with a second-place finish in women’s golf and a third-place finish in women’s cross country and a fifth-place finish in men’s cross country. North Lincoln is right on the heels of the two leaders, just 2.5 points back after the fall that saw a state championship for North Lincoln in men’s cross country, a runner-up finish in women’s cross country and a third-round appearance in football.

Franklin Academy holds the advantage for first place over Community School of Davidson in the 1A division. The Patriots were 12.5 points ahead of Community School of Davidson after the fall season. The Patriots secured a women’s cross country state championship, came in tied for second-place for men’s cross country and received a tied fifth-place finishes by reaching the quarterfinal round in men’s soccer and women’s tennis.


Class 1A

1 – Franklin Academy – 172.5

2 – Community School of Davidson – 160

3 – East Surry – 155

4 – Polk County - 140

T5 – Raleigh Charter – 130

T5 – Gray Stone Day – 130

T7 – Lejeune – 110

T7 – Murphy - 110

9 – Lincoln Charter – 107.5

10 – Bishop McGuinness – 100

Class 2A

T1 – First Flight – 155

T1 – Lake Norman Charter – 155

3 – North Lincoln – 152.5

4 – Hibriten - 135

T6 – North Carolina School of Science and Math – 132.5

T6 – Carrboro – 132.5

8 – Brevard – 122.5

9 – Maiden – 120

10 – Croatan – 112.5

Class 3A

1 – Chapel Hill – 235

2 – Marvin Ridge – 212.5

3 – Weddington – 200

4 – Mount Tabor – 175

5 – Charlotte Catholic – 150

6 – Northern Guilford - 135

7 – East Chapel Hill – 132.5

8 – Cuthbertson – 115

9 – Watauga - 110

10 – Cox Mill – 100

Class 4A

1 – Green Hope – 270

2 – Cardinal Gibbons – 255

3 – Myers Park – 202.5

4 – Panther Creek – 162.5

5 – Hough – 152.5

6 – Reagan – 147.5

7 – Broughton – 135

8 – Pinecrest – 117.5

9 – Leesville Road – 97.5

10 – West Forsyth – 95

Central Tar Heel 1A Standings: Raleigh Charter 30.5, Research Triangle 20.5, Cornerstone Charter 20, Chatham Central 16, Woods Charter 14.5, River Mill Academy 13, Chatham Charter 8, Clover Garden 4.5.

PAC 7 2A Conference Standings: Wheatmore 35.5, Randleman 33, Providence Grove 26, Eastern Randolph 23, Jordan-Matthews 21, Trinity 19, T.W. Andrews 5.

Big 8 3A Conference Standings: Chapel Hill 36.5, East Chapel Hill 36, Northwood 32, Northern Durham 22, Orange 21.5, Cedar Ridge 19, Hillside 13, Southern Durham 7.


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