Alex Dolwick of Grace Christian Raleigh, Christian Pigues of Trinity Academy Raleigh and Sarah Bodmer of Cary Academy won individual championships Friday in the N.C. Independent School Athletic Association cross country championships in Hendersonville.
Dolwick (16:43.86) repeated as the 2A boys champion as a senior. Pigues, a sophomore, ran a 17:20.16 to win the 1A boys.
Bodmer, a sophomore, nipped Ravenscroft’s Maddy Ringenbach to win the 3A girls.
In 1A, Trinity Academy Raleigh was third in the boys’ competition and fifth in the girls’.
St. David’s girls were fifth in 2A while the Grace Christian Raleigh boys were third.
Ravenscroft’s girls were third in 3A while Cary Academy took second in both 3A competitions.
NCISAA soccer: St. David’s upset two straight undefeated teams to claim the 2A soccer title. For the full story plus a photo gallery, go to nando.com/preps.
St. David’s (14-8-1) was the No. 4 seed but beat nationally-ranked Fayetteville Academy (20-1) in the semifinals before taking down 2-seed Gaston Day (23-1) by the 1-0 score on the Warriors’ home field.
Grace Christian Raleigh (9-7-2) lost in the 2A first round.
North Raleigh Christian (13-6-1) lost to High Point’s Wesleyan Christian 2-0 in the 3A semifinals while Cary Academy (11-2-4) and Ravenscroft (11-8-2) lost in the quarterfinals.
In 1A, Trinity Academy Raleigh (12-8-2) lost in the quarterfinals while Neuse Christian (6-9) fell in the first round.
NCISAA girls tennis: St. David’s (17-3) claimed another title on Saturday when it won the 2A girls tennis championship for the third straight year. For that full story, go to nando.com/preps.
Trinity Academy of Raleigh fell in the 1A championship, 5-0 to Wayne Country Day, while Cary Academy (26-2) lost in the 3A title to Charlotte Country Day.
North Raleigh Christian (15-5) made it to the semifinals before running into Cary Academy. St. Mary’s (7-16) lost to Cary Academy in the quarterfinals. Ravenscroft (13-10) was knocked out by NRCA in the quarterfinals
NCISAA field hockey: Ravenscroft was defeated 2-0 by eventual state runner-up Durham Academy (18-1) on Friday. Ravenscroft ended St. Mary’s season in the first round on Oct. 18.
NCISAA volleyball: St. David’s lost to Asheville Christian 3-2 in the second round of the 2A volleyball tournament at Wesleyan Christian.
Wake Christian survived the second round with an upset win over High Point Wesleyan, but lost in the semifinals to Charlotte Country Day in the semifinals. NRCA (22-7) beat third-seeded Charlotte Providence Day in the quarterfinals, but lost to second-seeded Covenant Day 3-2 in the semifinals.
Ravenscroft (20-9) fell in the 3A quarterfinals.