The 2013-14 high school athletics year in review

Posted by J. Mike Blake on June 23, 2014 

The 2013-14 year in review. See more on our Facebook page at facebook.com/prepsnow

OVERALL AWARDS

•  Knightdale’s Marquavious Johnson and Cardinal Gibbons’ Morgan Reid win athlete of the year awards.

• East Chapel Hill’s Koya Osada and Chapel Hill’s Catherine Romaine win scholar athlete of the year awards, plus more.

• Millbrook wins N&O Cup.

FOOTBALL

• Southern Durham was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Garner’s Nyheim Hines is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

BOYS SOCCER

• Sanderson was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Chapel Hill’s Ben Fisher is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

VOLLEYBALL

• Cardinal Gibbons was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Wakefield’s Darian Mack is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

GIRLS TENNIS

• Wakefield’s Susanne Boyden is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

GIRLS GOLF

• Athens Drive’s Emilia Migliaccio is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

• Broughton’s William Roberson is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

• Green Hope’s Elly Henes is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

BOYS BASKETBALL

• Apex was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Apex’s T.J. Evans is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Chapel Hill was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Cary’s Azura Stevens is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

WRESTLING

• Holly Springs was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Orange’s David Peters-Logue is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

BOYS SWIMMING

• Holly Springs’ Colin Ellington is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

GIRLS SWIMMING

• Green Hope’s Hannah Moore is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

BOYS INDOOR TRACK

• Knightdale’s Kimani Hoffman is N&O POTY.

GIRLS INDOOR TRACK

• Wakefield’s Ama-Selina Tchume is N&O POTY.

BASEBALL

• Millbrook was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Green Hope’s Troy Maslowski is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

SOFTBALL

• Middle Creek was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Jordan-Matthews’ Holly Clark is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

BOYS LACROSSE

• Cardinal Gibbons was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Cardinal Gibbons’ Gannon Morrison is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

GIRLS LACROSSE

• Apex was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Cardinal Gibbons’ Shelby Scanlin is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

GIRLS SOCCER

• Chapel Hill was No. 1 in the final N&O rankings.

• Chapel Hill’s Alexandra Kimball is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team and rankings.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

BOYS TENNIS

• Cardinal Gibbons’ Robert Kelly is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

BOYS GOLF

• Millbrook’s Stephen Franken is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

• Link to playoff results, stories.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

• Apex’s Drew Pederson is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

• Link to postseason results, stories.

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

• Apex’s Sydnei Murphy is N&O POTY.

• Link to N&O All-Metro team.

• Link to postseason results, stories.

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