Ledford, Bishop take conference honors
Ledford, in the Mid-Piedmont 3A, and Bishop McGuinness, in the Northwest 1A, took conference honors in Wells Fargo Cup standings for the 2013-14 academic year.
In most conferences, points are awarded based on participation and standings in conference play. Each conference determines its own method of awarding points.
Ledford, helped by a first in softball and second in men’s golf and women’s outdoor track, finished with 95 points in MPC standings — 14 more than runner-up Asheboro. The Blue Comets edged Central Davidson for second by a half-point.
Western Guilford was third, Southwestern Randolph fourth, North Forsyth fifth and Southern Guilford sixth.
Bishop, which won championships in men’s golf and tennis plus women’s soccer, topped the Northwest 1A with 104.5 points. Mount Airy was second with 93, followed by East Surry, North Stokes, Walkertown, Atkins and Winston-Salem Prep.
Randleman won the PAC-6 2A with 78.5 points, three more than Wheatmore. Trinity was third with 67, followed by Providence Grove, Eastern Randolph and T.W. Andrews.
Salisbury was tops in the Central Carolina 2A. West Davidson was second, East Davidson third, Lexington fourth, North Rowan fifth and Thomasville sixth.
Northwest Guilford finished first in the Piedmont Triad 4A. Ragsdale was second, followed by East Forsyth, Southwest Guilford, High Point Central and Glenn.