NCHSAA WELLS FARGO CUP: Trio of South Fork 2A teams finish in state’s Top 10

Published Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

Lake Norman Charter second, North Lincoln

takes fourth, East Lincoln ends up at No. 9

 

HobbsDailyReport.com

CHAPEL HILL – Three of the top athletic programs in the state in 2A are from the South Fork 2A.

Lake Norman Charter finished second, North Lincoln was fourth and East Lincoln was ninth in the state when the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) released its final Wells Fargo Cup standings on Tuesday.

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

There were no repeat state winners in 2018-19 as Cardinal Gibbons dethroned Green Hope in 4A,  Marvin Ridge won in 3A, Croatan won 2A and Community School of Davidson won 1A.

Lincoln Charter placed 10th among 1As.

FINAL NCHSAA WELLS FARGO CUP STANDINGS

4A

1 – Cardinal Gibbons – 605

2 – Myers Park – 552

3 – Green Hope – 505

4 – Panther Creek – 400

5 – Winston-Salem Reagan – 394.5

6 – West Forsyth – 367.5

7 – Hough – 360

8 – Southeast Raleigh – 330

9 – Cary – 320

10 – Raleigh Broughton – 307.5

3A

1 – Marvin Ridge – 702.5

2 – Weddington – 570

3 – Cuthbertson – 512.5

4 – Chapel Hill – 492.5

5 – Charlotte Catholic – 467.5

6 – Northern Guilford – 381.5

7 – Mount Tabor – 376.5

8 – East Chapel Hill – 372.5

9 – Greenville Conley – 305

10 – Durham Hillside – 287.5

2A

1 – Croatan – 515

2 – Lake Norman Charter – 510

3 – Carrboro – 460

4 – North Lincoln – 412.5

5 – N.C. School of Science and Math – 387.5

6 – First Flight – 375

T7 – Salisbury – 297.5

T7 – Durham School of the Arts – 297.5

9 – East Lincoln – 287.5

10 – North Davidson – 255

1A

1 – Community School of Davidson – 447.5

2 – Pine Lake Preparatory – 400

3 – East Surry – 382.5

4 – Franklin Academy – 377.5

5 – Murphy – 372.5

6 – Raleigh Charter – 370

7 – Polk County – 365

8 – Bishop McGuinness – 350

9 – Research Triangle – 340

10 – Lincoln Charter – 307.5

ABOUT THE WELLS FARGO CUP

Wells Fargo Cup points are determined by a system based on performance in state championship events. All schools that finish in the top eight positions (plus ties) earn points. In the playoff events involving teams from more than one classification, Wells Fargo Cup points are awarded based on the school’s standing against other schools in its own classification. If fewer than eight schools from a classification compete in a sport, only those schools that are represented are eligible to receive the Cup points.

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