The N.C. School of Science and Math is leading the annual race for the NCHSAA’s Wells Fargo Conference Cup in the Northern Carolina 2A, while most Durham schools are being competitive in their respective leagues.
The Wells Fargo Conference Cups are a companion to the statewide Wells Fargo Cup, and they recognize schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performances within individual conferences.
With all winter sports now concluded, N.C. Science and Math has 51 points for the top spot in its conference with first-place finishes in boys and girls swimming. South Granville, in second place with 46.5 points going into the spring, finished first in boys basketball. Holding the third spot is Durham School of the Arts (44), which finished second in both boys and girls swimming this winter.
North Central Athletic 1A: Voyager Academy (44) is in third after winning the NCAC title in boys basketball and earning third place in wrestling. Raleigh Charter (48) still sits in first place, having swept boys and girls swimming. Franklin Academy (47) is in second. Research Triangle (24) is in fifth place, while Kestral Heights (17) is ninth.
Big Eight 3A: Southern Durham (24.5) is in sixth place behind Cardinal Gibbons (66), Chapel Hill (63), Orange (47.5), Northwood (40.5), and Cedar Ridge (40.5). Cardinal Gibbons held onto the top spot thanks to conference crowns in girls swimming and boys basketball, while Chapel Hill won in girls basketball and boys swimming, and took second in wrestling and girls swimming.
PAC-6 4A: East Chapel Hill (56.5) holds a slim lead over Jordan (55.5) for the top spot after a Wildcat sweep in the swimming championships and a third-place finish in boys basketball. Jordan took home first in boys basketball and finished runner-up in boys and girls swimming. Riverside (49) holds third after first-place finishes in girls basketball and wrestling. Northern Durham (32) is in fourth and Hillside (22) in second.