Cary Academy’s girls took home the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association track and field championships on Saturday, its first in school history.
Allison Bailey’s victories in the 100-meter hurdles and pole vault, and wins in the 400- and 800-meter relays helped end a six-year run by Charlotte Latin.
Chargers’ boys were fourth overall, setting a new state record in the 4-by-800. Thomas Graham broke a 15-year old state record in the 3200, while Colin Godwin won the 800 and 1600.
In the 1A/2A track and field state meet, Cary Christian was fifth in the boys competition and second by one point in the girls.
CA baseball: The best season in school history came to a close for Cary Academy’s baseball team on Friday in the 3A semifinals.
The Chargers lost to Charlotte Christian 4-2, ending their season with a 24-1 overall record.
Knights lose in semis: Cary Christian’s girls soccer team ended its season in heartbreaking fashion on Friday, falling to Caldwell Academy on penalty kicks in the 2A semifinals.
The Knights (16-3-1) were tied 1-1 after regulation, but lost 4-2 on PKs.
Other CA sports: The Cary Academy tennis team (13-6) made a semifinal appearance in the 3A playoffs, losing 6-3 to eventual champ Charlotte Providence Day.
Cary Academy’s boys lacrosse team (4-13) lost 17-3 to Durham Academy on May 12.