Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina School Athletic Association, on Wednesday announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2014 fall sports season. Area leaders include Granville Central, Carrboro, N.C. School of Science & Mathematics, and East Chapel Hill.
Northwood dashed Chapel Hill’s game plan, so the Tigers crashed the boards, washed away an eight-point deficit and put six players in double digits in a 72-61 win late Tuesday. Chapel Hill's girls also defeated Northwood.
Ben Brower scored 14 points and led six Chapel Hill players in double figures as the Tigers topped Northwood 72-61.
An outstanding season came to an improbable end for Northwood Friday as the 9-3 10th-seeded Chargers turned the ball over six times and were routed by No. 7 seed Northern Guilford (11-1) 56-26 on the road.
Is there another state championship in the offing for our area high school football? We’ll know a little bit more after Friday's 7:30 opening round of 10 state playoff games in five classifications.