Upcoming schedule in the SWAC: April 7-8

05/02/2014 3:49 PM

05/02/2014 3:51 PM

Upcoming schedule in the SWAC:


Baseball: Panther Creek at Apex.

Boys lacrosse: Athens Drive at Middle Creek (6:15); Cary at Panther Creek (8 p.m.); Fuquay-Varina at Green Hope; Pinecrest at Holly Springs (6 p.m.).

Girls lacrosse: Holly Springs at Apex (4:30); Green Hope at Middle Creek (TBD); Athens Drive at Panther Creek (4:30 p.m.).

Girls soccer: Apex at Green Hope; Athens Drive at Fuquay-Varina; Cary at Middle Creek; Holly Springs at Panther Creek.

Softball: Wake Christian at Fuquay-Varina; Apex at Panther Creek (4 p.m.); Holly Springs at Middle Creek.


Baseball: Apex at Holly Springs; Athens Drive at Cary (6 p.m.); Middle Creek at Fuquay-Varina; Panther Creek at Green Hope (6:30 p.m.).

Softball: Holly Springs at Apex; Cary at Athens Drive (4 p.m.); Fuquay-Varina at Midle Creek; Green Hope at Panther Creek (4 p.m.).

Upcoming playoff schedule


NCISAA baseball: first round for 2A and 1A.

NCHSAA boys golf (all day): NCHSAA regionals, 4A Mideast at Raleigh Country Club.

NCHSAA boys tennis: NCHSAA dual-team playoffs second round.

Overtime points

• Panther Creek wrapped up the Southwest Wake Athletic Conference title, its first conference title in program history, with a 3-0 win Monday against Fuquay-Varina.
• Green Hope baseball clinched the SWAC title with a 6-2 win against Holly Springs on Thursday.
• Fuquay-Varina softball hit seven home runs in a 21-1 win at Cary on Thursday, which ties it for the second-most in single-game NCHSAA history.
• Cardinal Gibbons’ girls won the Big Eight 3A Conference track and field title on Thursday. The boys were fifth.
• Green Hope defeated East Wake 6-0 and Panther Creek lost to Wilmington Hoggard 5-1 in the first round of the NCHSAA dual-team playoffs on Thursday.

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