Corinth Holders 57, Princeton 16
C.B. Aycock 51, Cleveland 24
Garner 51, Knightdale 28
West Johnston 41, East Wake 28
Princeton 36, Goldsboro 30
Corinth Holders 57, Princeton 16
Cleveland 48, Eastern Wayne 40
Bunn 61, North Johnston 36
East Wake 73, Smithfield-Selma 30
Clayton 65, Garner 45
Harnett Central 50, West Johnston 44
Wake Christian Neuse Christian 34
Garner 80, Clayton 77
Bunn 56, North Johnston 39
Princeton 71, Corinth Holders 47
Neuse Christian 73, Wake Christian 43
Smithfield-Selma 63, East Wake 54
The fall season Wachovia Conference Cup standings were released today by the NCHSAA. In the Northern Carolina 2-A Conference, North Johnston ranks second behind Roanoke Rapids. The Panthers totaled 35.5 points for the season.
First-year school Corinth Holders, without the benefit of a varsity football squad, finished an impressive fourth in the fall semester with 25.5 points. Roanoke Rapids leads with 42 points, while Bunn (32.5), Franklinton (30), Corinth Holders, Louisburg (22.5), Warren County (15) and Northwest Halifax (10) rounded out the standings.
Each conference has its own way of distributing points, based on each school's finish in the conference in each sport.
Most Improved: Jonathan Harrington
Coaches Award: Nick Pulliam
Offensive Lineman: Billy Burnett
Defensive Lineman: Justin Thompson
Offensive Skill Position: Tori Carmichael
Defensive Back: Dylan Norris
Most Improved: Karli Pelle
Most Improved: Aubrey Tharp
Most Valuable Player: Lauren Vann
Coaches Award: Flavia Sprenger
All-Conference (Doubles): Ashlyn Coehlo-Allen & Kaylee McDaniel
Smithfield-Selma High School will not field a junior varsity girls basketball team this season the school has announced, citing a lack of players to field two teams. The Spartans plan to play triple-headers with junior varsity boys, varsity girls and varsity girls games in all of its Greater Neuse River 4-A Conference and non-conference games, beginning at 4:30. Varsity girls play will begin at 6, followed by varsity boys about 7:30.
The Spartans open the season Nov. 23 at Corinth Holders.
North Johnston 3, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 0
Carrboro 8, Corinth Holders 1
West Craven 2, South Johnston 0
Southern Pines Pinecrest 4, Garner 0
This week's first round games in the NCHSAA boys soccer playoffs
West Johnston (10-8-2) at Wilmington New Hanover (15-4-3) at Legion Field, 6
Hillsborough Cedar Ridge (5-15-1) at North Johnston (15-5-3), 7
Corinth Holders (11-8-2) at Carrboro (17-4-1), 7
West Craven (14-4-4) at South Johnston (17-5-1), 6
Garner (6-9-3) at Southern Pines Pinecrest (15-5-2), 6
Clayton (12-8-2) at Fayetteville Jack Britt (12-9-0), 6
Corinth Holders' boys soccer team will play its first playoff game in school history on Tuesday night. The Pirates will visit Carrboro at 7 p.m. in a 2-A eastern regional match up.
Garner 63, East Wake 6
West Johnston 59, Smithfield-Selma 7
Southeast Raleigh 43, Harnett Central 6
Clayton 27, Knightdale 20 (Thursday)
South Johnston 48, North Lenoir 25
Roanoke Rapids 42, North Johnston 14
Wake Christian 52, Fayetteville Village Christian 6
Junior Varsity Scores
Cleveland 40, Corinth Holders 8
Corinth Holders High School earned its first conference championship in the school's short history on Monday, winning the Northern Carolina 2-A Conference team cross country championship. The Pirates' lineup featured mainly freshmen.
We'll have more on their win in next week's Garner-Clayton Record and The Herald.