In Holly Springs' final year as a member of the Greater Neuse River Conference, the Golden Hawks put forth a second-place effort in this year's Wachovia Conference Cup standings. The Wachovia Conference Cup standings are decided by ranking each school's overall interscholastic athletic performance for that year.
In the Tri-Eight — soon to be Tri-Nine with the addition of Holly Springs next year — Apex defeated Green Hope by a half-point for the Wachovia Conference Cup. Here are the final standings for each conference.
Greater Neuse River 4-A: Clayton 235, Holly Springs 224, West Johnston 219.5, Southeast Raleigh 216, Garner 209, Knightdale 208.5, Smithfield-Selma 197, East Wake 192.
Tri-Eight 4-A: Apex 149, Green Hope 148.5, Athens Drive 113.5, Panther Creek 99, Middle Creek 98, Cary 91, Fuquay-Varina 77.5, Lee County 47.