Ravenscroft won the boys’ Triangle Independent Schools Athletic Conference Prestige Cup, with the girls finishing second overall.
The Prestige Cup is awarded annually to the member program that accumulates the most points through varsity team results. The points are awarded based on regular-season standings throughout the school year.
Ravenscroft’s boys, who trailed Cary Academy after the fall and winter seasons, tallied 18.5 points through spring sports to finish with 33 total points. Cary Academy was second with 30.5, followed by North Raleigh Christian (29.5), Durham Academy (22) and Wake Christian (7).
Durham Academy bested Ravenscroft in the girls results, 45-41. Cary Academy was third with 38 points, followed by North Raleigh Christian (25.5), Saint Mary’s (20.5) and Wake Christian (10).
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Wake Christian became a full TISAC member beginning with the 2012-13 winter season.
NCISAA 2A golf: St. David’s sophomore Carson Welch was named to the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association 2A boys tennis all-state team. St. David’s won the state title 7-2 over Gaston Day School earlier this month.
Sanderson football: First-year Sanderson football coach Ben Kolstad and the rest of the team’s coaching staff will be introduced during a parent and player informational meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the school’s main gym.
The meeting will also include expectations of the football program, summer practice information handouts and optional health physicals for $10 after the meeting.
Rolesville High: Rolesville High, which is scheduled to open its doors this fall, will hold its first Meet the Coaches night Wednesday at Rolesville Middle School. The program, which will allow the community to also get information on summer workouts, plans for fall sports and updates on the building’s progress, will begin at 6 p.m. in the auditorium.
Logan’s camp: Former East Carolina football coach Steve Logan and Ravenscroft School coach Ned Gonet are conducting a quarterbacks and receivers camp at Ravenscroft on July 23-25. Call 919-847-0900 for details.
Sand volleyball: The inaugural season of the N.C. High School Sand Volleyball Association wrapped up earlier this month.
The championship competitions allowed each of the 13 sand volleyball clubs to select their best girls doubles team to compete, while the boys competition featured teams from Cardinal Gibbons and Athens Drive.
Broughton’s Kati Smith and Tiana Butler won the girls’ competition with a 21-18, 21-14 win over Middle Creek’s duo of Kati McCollough and Lauren Durham.
In the boys competition, Cardinal Gibbons’ Sam Rosso and John Krawczyk topped Athens Drive’s Grayson Cruse and Nick Keith, 21-13, 22-20.