Cary News

Chargers win first girls track title

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.