NCHSAA releases spring Cup standings
From staff reports
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
CHAPEL HILL — The North Carolina High School Athletic Association released the results for the Wells Fargo Cup standings for spring 2019 Tuesday.
In the Class 1A Albemarle Athletic Conference, John A. Holmes finished in first place with 58 points, Manteo was in second place with 53 points, Camden was third with 46 points, Gates was fourth with 36 points, Perquimans took fifth place with 31 points and Washington County was sixth with 20 points.
John A. Holmes finished on top of the conference thanks to championships in baseball and men’s tennis along with second-place finishes in women’s soccer, women’s track and field and men’s golf.
The Aces were also third in men’s track and field.
In second place was Manteo with championships in women’s soccer, men’s golf, and men’s track and field along with a second-place finish in men’s tennis and fourth-place finishes in baseball, softball and women’s track and field.
Camden County was in third place with championships in softball and women’s track and field along with a second-place finish in men’s track and field.
Perquimans secured second-place finishes in baseball and softball this spring.
First Flight finished in first place for the spring in the Class 2A Northeastern Coastal Conference.
The Nighthawks posted 91 points, Currituck was second with 79 points, Northeastern was third with 53 points, Hertford County was fourth with 47 points, Pasquotank placed fifth with 37 points and Bertie was sixth with 30 points.
First Flight is the top finisher this year thanks to championships in men’s tennis, softball and men’s track and field along with a second-place finish in baseball during the spring.
Currituck County came in second place with championships in baseball, softball and women’s track and field along with second-place finishes in men’s tennis and women’s soccer.
In third place was Northeastern with a second-place finish in men’s track and field.
Pasquotank secured a third-place finish in women’s soccer and fourth-place result in women’s track and field.
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.