Raleigh Word of God won the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association 1-A title, and Wake Christian took the N.C. Christian School championship.
NCHSAA: 4-A, New Hanover; 3-A, Concord; 2-A, Burlington Cummings; 1-A, Thomasville.
NCISAA: 3-A, Asheville Christ; 2-A, Charlotte Victory Christian; 1-A, Word of God.
NCCSA: Wake Christian.
REPORTED SIGNINGS: T.C. Anderson, Green Hope, Guilford; Earnest Bridges, Wake Forest-Rolesville, High Point; Tanner Carnes, Ayden Grifton, Lenoir Community College; Elvis Carter, Middle Creek, Mount Olive College; Samuel Chasten, Leesville Road, Delaware State; Landon Clement, Sanderson, UNC-Greensboro; Stephen Cobb, Enloe, Anderson (S.C.); Hunter Collins, Riverside, Guilford; Bobby Connelly, Jordan, Lenoir-Rhyne; Careem Corbett, Millbrook, N.C. Wesleyan; Cole Dewey, South Johnston, Campbell; Evan Fjeld, Durham Academy, Vermont; Julian Gamble, Southern Durham, Miami; Mike Hart, Millbrook, St. Vincent; Yorel Hawkins, Apex, Fairfield; Terrence Holman, Wake Forest-Rolesville, Guilford Tech; Randolph Howell, Knightdale, Livingston; Phillip Ivins, Person, Mount Olive; DeAngelo Jackson, Harnett Central, UNC-Greensboro; Lamont King, Person, Queens; Marcus Kitts, Middle Creek, William and Mary; Russ Lockamy, Cape Fear Christian, Methodist; Sam Mason, Broughton, UNC-Greensboro; Alex Moore, Millbrook, Guilford Tech; Jeff Peace, Southern Durham, Surry Community College; Shelton Perry, Millbrook, Cape Fear Community College; Martin Stephenson, Cary, Guilford; Caleb Toler, Southern Durham, Surry C.C.; Isaih Tucker, Word of God, Winston Salem State; Marius Vaskys, Cape Fear Christian, N.C. Central; Daniel Watts, Green Hope, Elon; Brock Young, Broughton, East Carolina.