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CHAPEL HILL, NC (UNC) -- Monday's NCAA Chapel Hill Super Regional final has been postponed until Tuesday at 12 p.m. due to the threat of inclement weather and a tornado watch in the Chapel Hill area.

UNC will be the home team for Tuesday's contest.

Sophomore right-hander Benton Moss (8-1, 3.27 ERA) will take the ball for the Tar Heels, while the Gamecocks will send freshman left-hander Jack Wynkoop

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(AP) -- A person familiar with the situation says quarterback Tim Tebow will be signing with the New England Patriots and joining their minicamp Tuesday.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because no official announcement had been made.

ESPN first reported that Tebow would sign with New England.

One of the NFL's most polarizing players, Tebow spent a lost season in 2012 with the New York Jets, barely playing behind struggling starter Mark Sanchez. Tebow was released in April.

A first-round draft pick in 2010 by Denver, Tebow helped the Broncos win the AFC West in 2011, then was traded to New York when Denver signed Peyton Manning. He threw only eight passes, completing six, ran 32 times for 102 yards and was used mostly to protect the punter.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (AP) - Former NFL star Chad Johnson will serve 30 days in jail after violating probation in a domestic violence case involving his then-wife, TV reality star Evelyn Lozada.

A plea deal that called for no jail time fell apart Monday. Broward Judge Kathleen McHugh rejected it after Johnson playfully slapped his attorney on the behind in court. McHugh says Johnson wasn't taking things seriously enough, even after he apologized. McHugh also extended Johnson's probation for three months.

The 35-year-old formerly known as Chad Ochocinco pleaded no contest to head-butting Lozada during an argument in August. The "Basketball Wives" star immediately filed for divorce after barely a month of marriage.

Johnson was subsequently released by the Miami Dolphins. He previously played for the Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots.

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OWINGS MILLS, MD (AP) - Fullback Vonta Leach says his time with the Baltimore Ravens is over.

Leach made the Pro Bowl in both his seasons with Baltimore and played a significant role in helping the Ravens win the Super Bowl in February.

But the Ravens and the 31-year-old could not work out an agreement on his salary this season, so Leach expects to be cut or traded in the days ahead.

He tweeted on Monday: "Thank (at)Ravens organization for a great two years. I came here and did what we set out to do and that's win the Super Bowl. My time here is up but what we accomplished, we will be forever linked. Thank the fans for accepting me and my family to Bmore."

If Leach leaves, the only fullback on the roster is fourth-round draft pick Kyle Juszczyk of Harvard.

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CHAPEL HILL, NC (NCHSAA) -- Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2012-2013 academic year.
The Wells Fargo Cup award, sponsored by Wells Fargo and the NCHSAA, recognizes the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications.
The Wells Fargo Conference Cup is a companion to the Wells Fargo Cup and recognizes schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performances within individual conferences. Wachovia and now Wells Fargo has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980.
In most conferences, points are awarded based on participation and standings in conference play. Each conference determines its own method of awarding points. Conferences are listed alphabetically by classification.

Class 1-A Conference Results:

Carolina 1-A: With a dominant spring season including championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field as well as second-place finishes in women’s soccer and softball, Rosewood distances itself from the pack and takes the Conference Cup. Goldsboro finishes second in the conference with runner-up performances in men’s tennis and women’s outdoor track and field, but Princeton put up a fight this spring with top finishes in softball, women’s soccer, and men’s outdoor track and field and finishes a close third. Conference Standings: Rosewood 73, Goldsboro 59, Princeton 57, Ayden-Grifton 44, Spring Creek 35.5, North Duplin 26.5.

Coastal Plains 1-A: Southwest Onslow passes previous conference leader Dixon to take sole possession of the top spot and wins the Conference Cup, thanks to top finishes in women’s soccer and men’s golf this spring. Dixon finishes in second, despite a league title in baseball, while Lejeune takes third with a conference crown in women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Southwest Onslow 707.5, Dixon 660, Lejeune 652.5, East Carteret 540, Pamlico 480, Jones Senior 405.

Four Rivers 1-A: Riverside is able to break the winter deadlock with Manteo and take the Conference Cup, with a league title in baseball and a second-place finish in women’s outdoor track and field. Manteo settles for second, with a runner-up performance in men’s outdoor track and field, while Camden maintains its third-place form to finish the year thanks to a sweep of the conference outdoor track and field championships. Conference Standings: Riverside 134, Manteo 122.5, Camden 120.5, Northside 97.5, Southside 96.5, South Creek 94.5, Perquimans 81.5, Plymouth 60.5.

Smoky Mountain 1-A: Previous third-place Murphy claims the top spot and wins the Conference Cup, thanks to a sweep of the conference outdoor track and field championships and a second-place finish men’s golf. Hayesville maintains its second-place form with top finishes in softball, baseball, and men’s golf this spring, and winds up just behind Murphy. Winter frontrunner Swain falls to third. Conference Standings: Murphy 132, Hayesville 131.5, Swain 127.5, Robbinsville 106.5, Cherokee 99.5, Andrews 86.5, Rosman 77, Highlands 65.5, Hiwassee Dam 58.5, Blue Ridge 40.5, Nantahala 19.

Tar Roanoke 1-A: After leading all year, Gates County finds itself finishing the year in second, because of a spectacular spring season for KIPP Pride including a league title in softball and second-place finish in women’s track and field that procures the Conference Cup. Gates County finished first in baseball and second in softball and actually wound up in a tie for second with North Edgecombe, which swept the conference outdoor track and field championships. Conference Standings: KIPP Pride 460, Gates County 430, North Edgecombe 430, Northampton County 400, Southeast Halifax 390, Weldon 310.

Tideland 1-A: Columbia continues its top form from the previous two sports seasons and performs well this spring to secure the Conference Cup. Mattamuskeet is able to hold off Creswell to finish second in the conference thanks to a championship in baseball while third-place Creswell finished first in softball this spring. Conference Standings: Columbia 34, Mattamuskeet 25, Creswell 24, Cape Hatteras 17, Ocracoke 15.

Tri-County 1-A: The Conference Cup goes to Lakewood as the school finishes the year ahead of the pack, finishing first in women’s outdoor track and field and second in men’s golf and men’s outdoor track and field this spring. Second place belongs to Midway, which finished first in baseball and tied for first in women’s soccer. Heide Trask is able to break its winter deadlock with Wallace-Rose Hill to finish the year in third thanks to league titles in softball and men’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Lakewood 101, Midway 95.5, Heide Trask 92, Wallace-Rose Hill 80, Pender 78.5, Union 73, James Kenan 69.5, Hobbton 50.

Yadkin Valley 1-A: Championships in women’s soccer and women’s outdoor track and field as well as a share of the conference title in men’s tennis procure the Conference Cup for Gray Stone Day, which overtakes previous conference-leader Albemarle. Second-place finisher Albemarle tied with Gray Stone in men’s tennis to earn a share of the conference title and also finished second in women’s outdoor track and field. South Stanly finishes the year in third with a conference crown in baseball and a runner-up performance in softball. Conference Standings: Gray Stone 697.5, Albemarle 680, South Stanly 645, North Rowan 627.5, East Montgomery 612.5, North Moore 572.5, West Montgomery 540, Chatham Central 537.5, South Davidson 447.5.

Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results:

Carolina 12 1-A/2-A: Carrboro takes the Conference Cup after a solid spring season in which the school continued its top form with league titles in men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and women’s outdoor track and field. With a conference baseball title, Northwood is able to hold off Cedar Ridge to finish second in the conference, despite Cedar Ridge grabbing a top finish in men’s outdoor track and field, and second-place finishes in men’s tennis and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Carrboro 166, Northwood 136.5, Cedar Ridge 135, North Carolina School of Science and Math 134.5, Durham School of the Arts 101, Raleigh Charter 100, South Granville 95.5, Voyager Academy 83.5, Franklin Academy 74, Granville Central 63.5, River Mill Academy 38, Roxboro Community 37.5.

Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: The winter frontrunner Wilkes Central maintains its top form through the spring and captures the Conference Cup with a league title in baseball and second-place finishes in women’s soccer and men’s tennis. Forbush passes Elkin to finish the year in second thanks to championships in women’s soccer and men’s golf. Elkin settles for third with a conference crown in men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Wilkes Central 124, Forbush 109, Elkin 104, West Wilkes 100.5, Ashe County 96.5, East Wilkes 76.5, Starmount 76.5, North Wilkes 70, Alleghany 49.

Northwest 1-A/2-A: After being tied with Bishop McGuinness after the winter season, West Stokes is able to break the deadlock and capture the Conference Cup thanks to top finishes in women’s soccer and men’s outdoor track and field, and a share of the conference baseball title. League titles in men’s golf and men’s tennis are not quite enough for Bishop McGuinness as the school settles for second just one point behind the top spot. Mount Airy fends off the rest of the conference competition to hold on to third. Conference Standings: West Stokes 118.5, Bishop McGuinness 117.5, Mount Airy 105, Surry Central 102.5, North Surry 101.5, East Surry 99.5, South Stokes 92.5, North Stokes 60, Winston Salem Prep 29.

Rocky River 1-A/2-A: Conference crowns in softball, men’s golf, men’s tennis, and women’s soccer secure the Conference Cup for Cuthbertson. Piedmont finishes in second with a league title in baseball and second-place finishes in softball and women’s soccer. Third place belongs to Central Academy, which tied for second in men’s tennis this spring. Conference Standings: Cuthbertson 131, Piedmont 100.5, Central Academy 77, Forest Hills 76, West Stanly 70.5, Union Academy 66, North Stanly 61.5, Monroe 55.5.

Southern Piedmont 1-A/2-A: East Lincoln is able to capture the top spot and win the Conference Cup, surging past previous first-place Lake Norman Charter thanks to a stellar spring season. East Lincoln swept the outdoor track and field championships and earned second-place finishes in baseball and women’s soccer. Lake Norman Charter finishes second with a top finish in women’s soccer and a runner-up performance in men’s golf. Third-place belongs to North Lincoln, which finished first in men’s golf and softball as well as second in men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: East Lincoln 211, Lake Norman Charter 204, North Lincoln 199, West Lincoln 184, Lincolnton 178, Highland Tech 147, Cherryville 146, Bessemer City 101.

Three Rivers 1-A/2-A: Thanks to spectacular spring seasons for both Fairmont and St. Paul’s, the top two schools finish in a tie for the Conference Cup. Fairmont was previously second and wound up first in baseball and men’s golf, while St. Paul’s surged from its previous fourth-place position with league titles in men’s tennis and women’s outdoor track and field. Red Springs held on and finished third. Conference Standings: Fairmont 50, St. Paul’s 50, Red Springs 47, East Columbus 45, South Robeson 39, West Columbus 32.

Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: Hendersonville wins the Conference Cup with top performances in baseball and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field this spring. Top finishes in women’s soccer and men’s tennis earn Charles D. Owen second place in the conference, while Polk County finishes third after a runner-up performance in baseball. Conference Standings: Hendersonville 190.5, Charles D. Owen 183, Polk County 175.5, Mountain Heritage 163.5, Avery County 150.5, Thomas Jefferson 148.5, Mitchell 132, Madison 129.

Class 2-A Conference Results:

Catawba Valley 2-A: South Iredell is able to overtake previous frontrunner Newton-Conover to win the Conference Cup, with a league title in women’s outdoor track and field and a second-place finish in men’s outdoor track and field. Bandys moves up from fourth to finish the year in second thanks to a championship in baseball and a tie for second in softball. A conference crown in men’s golf and a share of the conference title in women’s soccer were not enough to keep Newton-Conover on top as the school ended up in third. Conference Standings: South Iredell 92.5, Bandys 89.5, Newton-Conover 84, J.C. Draughn 81.5, East Burke 74.5, Maiden 73, Bunker Hill 61.5, West Caldwell 51.5.

Central Carolina 2-A: Top finishes in women’s soccer, softball, and men’s outdoor track and field earn Central Davidson the Conference Cup. Salisbury finishes second with a first-place finish in men’s tennis, just edging out West Davidson, which tied for first with Salisbury in men’s golf and added a top finish in women’s outdoor track and field to its spring campaign to solidify third. Conference Standings: Central Davidson 163, Salisbury 147, West Davidson 142, East Davidson 129.5, Lexington 104.5, Thomasville 93.

East Central 2-A: In a tight race for the top spot, Topsail finishes first and takes the Cup with a dominant spring season including championships in baseball, softball, and men’s tennis. Previous leader Croatan drops to second, where it finishes the year despite second-place performances in baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field. Third-place belongs to Swansboro, which swept the conference outdoor track and field championships and earned a share of the conference women’s soccer title this spring. Conference Standings: Topsail 197, Croatan 193.5, Swansboro 191, Richlands 169, Clinton 155.5, East Duplin 151.5, Northside 148, South Lenoir 122.5.

Eastern Plains 2-A: A dominant spring season with championships in softball, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field secure the Conference Cup for Beddingfield. Kinston and North Pitt finish in a tie for second in the conference, with Kinston finishing first in women’s soccer and North Pitt placing first in baseball. Conference Standings: Beddingfield 80.5, Kinston 68.5, North Pitt 68.5, Farmville Central 56.5, Greene Central 49.5, Tarboro 48, SouthWest Edgecombe 39.5.

Mid-State 2-A: Jordan-Matthews captured the Conference Cup after another solid sports season with second-place finishes in softball and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Reidsville comes in second despite top finishes in men’s tennis, men’s golf, and women’s soccer this spring. A conference championship in baseball as well as a runner-up finish in men’s tennis propel Providence Grove to third. Conference Standings: Jordan-Matthews 83.5, Reidsville 76, Providence Grove 67, Eastern Randolph 64, Graham 54.5, Cummings 49.5, Bartlett Yancey 39.5.

Northern Carolina 2-A: Another dominant sports season for Corinth Holders, with championships in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field as well as second-place finishes in baseball and women’s soccer, earn the Conference Cup for the school which held first all year. Bunn surges from its previous fourth-place position to finish in a tie for second with Roanoke Rapids, which finished first in women’s soccer, second in softball, and tied for second in baseball with Corinth Holders. Bunn finished first in baseball and second in men’s golf and men’s tennis. Conference Standings: Corinth Holders 130, Bunn 100.5, Roanoke Rapids 100.5, Franklinton 91.5, North Johnston 76.5, Louisburg 60, Warren County 40, Northwest Halifax 11.

Piedmont 2-A: Randleman reclaims the top spot and takes the Conference Cup with a stellar spring season, consisting of league titles in baseball and men’s golf as well as runner-up finishes in softball, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Previous conference frontrunner Wheatmore finishes the year in second, dropping one spot despite conference crowns in baseball, softball, and women’s soccer. Third place goes to Trinity who finished first in baseball and men’s tennis, and second in men’s golf. Conference Standings: Randleman 85.5, Wheatmore 80, Trinity 68.5, High Point Andrews 61, Atkins 47.5, Carver 19.5.

Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results:

Western North Carolina Athletic 2-A/3-A: Conference crowns in baseball and men’s golf this spring add to West Henderson’s dominant performance this year as West wins the Conference Cup. Pisgah finishes in second with a championship in softball, while third place goes to East Henderson, beating out Franklin with a solid spring sports season. Conference Standings: West Henderson 720, Pisgah 605, East Henderson 555, Franklin 540, Tuscola 535, Brevard 515, North Henderson 475, Smoky Mountain 450.

Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: Currituck is able to take the top spot after the spring, with championships in men’s golf and women’s outdoor track and field as well as second-place finishes in baseball, softball, and women’s soccer and wins the Conference Cup. First Flight also moves up one spot to finish the year in second, thanks to first-place finishes in baseball and women’s soccer, and runner-up performances in men’s golf and men’s tennis. Previous conference leader Northeastern finishes third, falling two spots from its top winter position despite a league title in softball this spring. Conference Standings: Currituck 86, First Flight 78, Northeastern 72, Edenton Holmes 70, Pasquotank 53, Hertford County 42, Bertie 31.

South Mountain Athletic 2-A/3-A: Shelby dominated the spring sports season with league titles in baseball, men’s tennis, men’s golf, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field to take the Conference Cup. Patton finishes the year in second, while Freedom falls two spots after leading the conference through the winter to finish third. Conference Standings: Shelby 102, Patton 88, Freedom 86, R-S Central 62, Burns 60.5, East Rutherford 57.5, Chase 45.5.

Waccamaw 2-A/3-A: With league titles in men’s tennis and women’s outdoor track and field as well as a runner-up finish in men’s outdoor track and field, South Brunswick finishes the year where it started and wins the Conference Cup. West Brunswick finishes second with a conference crown in men’s golf and a tie for first in baseball with Whiteville, which also finished first in women’s soccer to finish the year in third. Conference Standings: South Brunswick 126, West Brunswick 123.3, Whiteville 113.5, North Brunswick 90, South Columbus 78.3, West Bladen 67.5, East Bladen 66.3.

Class 3-A Conference Results:

Big East 3-A: Rocky Mount maintains its top form and captures the Conference Cup thanks to a spring championship in women’s outdoor track and field and runner-up finishes in baseball and men’s outdoor track and field. First-place finishes in women’s soccer and men’s tennis keep Hunt in second with Fike finishing the year close behind in third. Fike won a championship in men’s golf and finished second in women’s soccer and men’s tennis this spring. Conference Standings: Rocky Mount 176.5, Hunt 171.5, Fike 167.5, Nash Central 160, Southern Nash 156.5, Northern Nash 151.

Big South 3-A: By the narrowest of margins, Ashbrook beats out Forestview and wins the Conference Cup thanks to league championships in women’s soccer, men’s tennis, and men’s outdoor track and field. Forestview finished first in men’s golf and just edges out South Point closely behind in third with conference crowns in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Ashbrook 190, Forestview 189.5, South Point 188, Kings Mountain 175, Crest 174, North Gaston 129, Hunter Huss 114.5.

Cape Fear Valley 3-A: League titles in softball, men’s tennis, and men’s golf procure the Conference Cup for Union Pines. Union Pines overtook previous frontrunner Overhills, which finished first in men’s outdoor track and field and second in women’s soccer this spring to end the year in second. Third place goes to Southern Lee, which won conference crowns in baseball and men’s golf. Conference Standings: Union Pines 107.5, Overhills 103, Southern Lee 89.5, Gray’s Creek 86, Western Harnett 80, Douglas Byrd 46, Westover 41.

Carolina 3-A: Previous frontrunner Chapel Hill had to fight off Cardinal Gibbons this spring to win the Conference Cup, but managed to do so thanks to a sweep of the outdoor track and field championships as well as a championship in men’s golf and a share of the conference women’s soccer title with second-place Gibbons. A first-place finish in men’s tennis and tie for first in baseball with Orange were not quite enough for Cardinal Gibbons to take over the top spot. Orange finishes the year in third, adding a league title in softball to its spring campaign. Conference Standings: Chapel Hill 93.5, Cardinal Gibbons 89.5, Orange 67, Northern Vance 42, Southern Vance 41.5, J.F. Webb 40.5.

Coastal 3-A: With a remarkable spring season including a championship in men’s golf, D.H. Conley surges from fourth to first and wins the Conference Cup. West Carteret finishes second, holding off Jacksonville whose league titles in women’s soccer and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field propelled the school to finish the year third after ending the winter season in sixth. Conference Standings: D.H. Conley 97.5, West Carteret 95, Jacksonville 93, South Central 91, Washington 88.5, Havelock 87, White Oak 72, West Craven 55.

Eastern Carolina 3-A: Charles B. Aycock attempted to take the Conference Cup from previous conference leader Triton, but Triton is able to hold off its conference opponent to claim the Cup, thanks to second-place performances in baseball and men’s outdoor track and field. Aycock captures a championship in baseball this spring and finishes ahead of third-place Cleveland, who swept the conference outdoor track and field championships this spring. Conference Standings: Triton 113.5, C.B. Aycock 112.5, Cleveland 104.5, Eastern Wayne 83.5, South Johnston 82, Southern Wayne 63.5, North Lenoir 44.5.

Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ledford remains on top of the conference and wins the Conference Cup after a sound spring sports season. Asheboro holds on to second thanks to championships in baseball, men’s golf, and men’s tennis. There is a tie for third in the conference between Southwestern Randolph and Southern Guilford, which was previously last after the winter season. Southwestern Randolph finished first in softball this spring. Conference Standings: Ledford 83.5, Asheboro 72, Southwestern Randolph 55.5, Southern Guilford 55.5, Northeast Guilford 54.5, North Forsyth 51.

Mid State 3-A: Northern Guilford wins the Conference Cup and proves itself with a strong spring, finishing first in men’s lacrosse, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s track and field, and tying for first in women’s soccer with third-place finisher Walter Williams. A solid spring with second-place finishes in men’s golf, softball, men’s lacrosse, and men’s outdoor track and field keep Eastern Alamance in second, where it finishes the year. Walter Williams just beats out Western Alamance for third, adding a top finish in men’s golf to its share of the women’s soccer title this spring. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 241.5, Eastern Alamance 208, Walter Williams 200, Western Alamance 198.5, McMichael 166, Rockingham County 163.5, Morehead 155.5, Eastern Guilford 149.

North Piedmont 3-A: Jesse Carson finishes the year atop the conference and wins the Conference Cup, finishing first in baseball this spring. East Rowan holds off rival West Rowan to finish second in the conference with league titles in men’s tennis and men’s outdoor track and field, and a share of the conference softball championship. West Rowan takes third thanks to first-place finishes in women’s soccer and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Jesse Carson 742, East Rowan 730, West Rowan 710, Statesville 642.5, North Iredell 630, South Rowan 592.5, West Iredell 567.5.

South Piedmont 3-A: With conference titles in women’s soccer and men’s outdoor track and field, Jay M. Robinson is able to break the winter deadlock with Concord to capture the Conference Cup. Concord finishes second with first-place performances in men’s golf and men’s tennis. Third place belongs to Cox Mill, which finished second in women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: Jay M. Robinson 1075, Concord 947.5, Cox Mill 912.5, Hickory Ridge 862.5, A.L. Brown 832.5, Northwest Cabarrus 705, Mount Pleasant 600, Central Cabarrus 585.

Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results:

Mega 7 3-A/4-A: Conference championships in women’s soccer, men’s golf, and men’s tennis keep Charlotte Catholic ahead of the pack and earn the school the Conference Cup. Olympic finishes the year in second with spring championships in baseball and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Third place goes to East Gaston, which finished second in men’s golf this spring. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic 156.5, Olympic 143.5, East Gaston 116.5, West Mecklenburg 99, Berry Academy 87, Harding 55, Garinger 39.5.

Mountain Athletic 3-A/4-A: T.C. Roberson had another dominant sports season this spring, including league titles in softball, men’s tennis, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field as well as second-place finishes in baseball and men’s golf to secure the Conference Cup. A.C. Reynolds is able to pass Asheville to finish second, thanks to runner-up performances in women’s soccer and women’s outdoor track and field. Asheville, which placed second in men’s outdoor track and field, finishes the year in a tie for third with McDowell, the conference men’s golf champion. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 246, A.C. Reynolds 162, Asheville 155, McDowell 155, North Buncombe 131, Enka 129, Clyde Erwin 80.

Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: Sweeping the conference outdoor track and field championships and finishing second in men’s tennis this spring, Watauga secures the Conference Cup. Hickory settles for second with championships in men’s tennis and men’s golf, while Alexander Central leaps past Fred T. Foard to finish third in the conference thanks to league titles in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Watauga 193, Hickory 186, Alexander Central 166, Fred T. Foard 161, St. Stephens 161, South Caldwell 160.5, Hibriten 135.

Southern Carolina 3-A/4-A: Marvin Ridge performs well this spring, with first-place finishes in softball, baseball, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, and wins the Conference Cup. Second place goes to Weddington, which finished first in women’s soccer, while Porter Ridge won the conference men’s golf championship and finishes the year in third. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 173, Weddington 158.5, Porter Ridge 123, Sun Valley 108, Parkwood 96, Anson 61.

Class 4-A Conference Results

Cap 8 4-A: With a championship in women’s soccer, Millbrook is able to hold off Broughton to win the Conference Cup. Broughton secures its second-place finish with conference titles in men’s golf and men’s lacrosse, while Leesville Road finishes the year in third. Conference Standings: Millbrook 135.5, Broughton 127, Leesville Road 109.5, Wakefield 98.5, Sanderson 93, Enloe 74.5, Heritage 73, Wake Forest-Rolesville 69.

Central Piedmont 4-A: Reagan continues its top form through the spring with a league title in men’s outdoor track and field and wins the Conference Cup. Previously fourth-place R.J. Reynolds vaults into second-place to finish the year with conference crowns in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s lacrosse. Mount Tabor finishes in third with a championship in women’s outdoor track and field this spring. Conference Standing: Reagan 895, R.J. Reynolds 820, Mount Tabor 810, West Forsyth 790, Davie 692.5, North Davidson 580.

Greater Neuse River 4-A: In a battle for the top spot and the Conference Cup, Clayton beats out Garner thanks to a championship in men’s tennis. Garner settles for second, with league titles in baseball and softball, while West Johnston finishes third with titles in men’s golf and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Clayton 257.5, Garner 254.5, West Johnston 237, Knightdale 213, Southeast Raleigh 203, Harnett Central 198, East Wake 197, Smithfield-Selma 166.5.

I-Meck 4-A: W.A. Hough wins the Conference Cup thanks to strong performances each season this year, including a championship in men’s golf this spring. Second place goes to Lake Norman, which finished first in softball, men’s tennis, and women’s soccer. Mallard Creek winds up the year in third with a sweep of the conference outdoor track and field championships. Conference Standings: W.A. Hough 130, Lake Norman 121, Mallard Creek 109.5, North Mecklenburg 85, Hopewell 78, Mooresville 75.5, Vance 44.5, West Charlotte 35.

All-Metro 4-A: Despite great spring sports seasons for its conference rivals, Page takes the Conference Cup and holds off the competition with a solid spring season of its own, consisting of a league title in men’s tennis and runner-up performances in women’s soccer and men’s golf. Grimsley just edges out Southeast Guilford to finish second thanks to a conference crown in women’s soccer and a second-place finish in men’s tennis. Southeast Guilford settles for third despite league titles in softball, men’s golf, and men’s outdoor track and field as well as a tie for first in baseball. Conference Standings: Page 94, Grimsley 87, Southeast Guilford 86.5, Southern Alamance 77.5, Western Guilford 72.5, Dudley 44.5, Ben L. Smith 34.

Mid-Eastern 4-A: The Conference Cup goes to Hoggard, which performed well all year with this spring season no different. The top school swept the conference lacrosse championships and finished in baseball and women’s soccer. Championships in softball and men’s outdoor track and field earn Ashley second in the conference. Laney passes New Hanover to finish the year third with league titles in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field. Conference Standings: Hoggard 95.5, Ashley 80.5, Laney 80, New Hanover 73.5, New Bern 62.5, Rose 69.

Mid-South 4-A: Jack Britt is able to hold off Terry Sanford to take the Conference Cup, with league titles in softball and women’s soccer as well as runner-up finishes in baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field. Terry Sanford performed admirably this spring, with conference crowns in baseball, men’s tennis, men’s golf, and men’s outdoor track and field, and a second-place finish in women’s soccer, but the school falls just short of the top spot. South View is able to pass Pine Forest to finish third in the conference, thanks to a championship in women’s outdoor track and field and a second-place performance in men’s track and field. Jack Britt 90.5, Terry Sanford 87.5, South View 68.5, Pine Forest 63.5, Cape Fear 51.5, E.E. Smith 47.5, Seventy First 39.

Pac-6 4-A: Durham Jordan is able to maintain its top form after the winter to win the Conference Cup, finishing first in men’s lacrosse, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field this spring. Second place belongs to East Chapel Hill, which finished first in men’s tennis and shared the conference title with Jordan in women’s soccer. Riverside finishes third with top performances in men’s golf and baseball. Conference Standings: Jordan 109, East Chapel Hill 99, Riverside 89, Northern Durham 81, Person 45, Hillside 43.5, Southern Durham 38.5.

Piedmont Triad 4-A: Northwest Guilford wins the Conference Cup, continuing its conference dominance with championships in baseball, softball, men’s golf, men’s tennis, and men’s outdoor track and field during the spring sports season. East Forsyth reclaims the second-place position in the conference, moving Southwest Guilford down to third, thanks to top finishes in softball and women’s soccer. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 121, East Forsyth 90, Southwest Guilford 85.5, High Point Central 71, Ragsdale 69, Glenn 56, Parkland 36.5.

Southeastern 4-A: The standings remain unchanged after the spring season and that means the Conference Cup for top school Pinecrest, which finished first in men’s tennis, men’s golf, women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. Scotland finishes in second with runner-up performances in softball and men’s outdoor track and field, and Richmond comes in third despite first-place finishes in baseball and softball. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 87.5, Scotland 71, Richmond 64.5, Lumberton 51.5, Hoke 43, Purnell Swett 38.5.

Southwestern 4-A: With championships in baseball and women’s outdoor track and field as well as second-place finishes in men’s golf, men’s tennis, and men’s outdoor track and field, Ardrey Kell captures the Conference Cup. Providence finishes second with top performances in men’s tennis and men’s outdoor track and field and a runner-up finish in softball. Third place belongs to Myers Park, the first-place team in both men’s golf and women’s soccer this spring. Conference Standings: Ardrey Kell 201.5, Providence 192.5, Myers Park 183.5, South Mecklenburg 162, David Butler 159, Independence 147, East Mecklenburg 119, Rocky River 108.5.

Tri-9 4-A: Green Hope finishes the year strong and takes the Conference Cup with league titles in men’s golf, women’s soccer, and women’s lacrosse this spring. Second place goes to Apex, which finished first in softball, while Middle Creek reclaims third where it finishes the year thanks to a solid spring sports season. Conference Standings: Green Hope 174, Apex 151.5, Middle Creek 128, Holly Springs 123, Cary 114, Panther Creek 110, Athens Drive 94, Fuquay-Varina 65.5, Lee County 61.5.

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Please explain why Tebow is

Please explain why Tebow is considered to be "polarizing". Maybe he can teach Brady and what's his name to be graceful when they lose.

Guest2020

Amen to that.......
Tebow is only considered polarizing by the press who have created the Tebow persona. The NY press basically elevated Tebow to be more important than anyone else on the Jets team - if press interest is the measuring stick you go by.
Interesting that Tebow got the basic "pro" minimum salary $630K first year $730K second year with no guaranteed money in his deal with the Patriots.

"Grace" is a trait you get (in my opinion) when you have "faith". Tebow has it, Brady and Belechick need it....
Vog

WWAY...quick

Bury this sports story.
We don't want to have to bring up Mandalay Baseball properties sale again.
Just let this story die - move it to the second page

(This message brought to you by those fine folks at Port City Baseball, and the likes of Mr T, Duke and the myriad of other baseball stadium supporters - who's new slogan is: "We were SO WRONG about SO MUCH, for SO LONG")

"OH yeah Vog - Mandalay/Atlanta is wining combo - gonna be here forever"!!!!!!!

Oh yeah......right........

Vog

As a fan of "the Cheaters"

I scratch my head and wonder about the move by the NE Patriots to sign Tim Tebow.
For him it's great - he gets to be an understudy to one of the best QB's in the league, under a coach with one of the best winning records in the NFL and for an owner who is considered one of the better ones to work for.
Yet Belechick has been public in the past with his criticism of Tebow.

It's a weird move - obviously made by people with far more football player development knowledge than I could ever hope to have, its just, curious.

Vog

He is a winner

This guy is just a pure winner thats why Vog. He will do what is asked of him and anything that will help the team. I dont care about the religious aspect of this guy but he sure does have character and is not a quitter.

I try to teach my children these types of values and my oldest of three has listened. He got shot down by all the service academies last year, when to UNCC as his backup plan, knocked out a 3.8,on Deans list and low and behold West Point came calling!!!

Guest123123

He has won on every level thats for sure and according to most folks he does work hard and is a true team player. If they find a good use for him he will thrive as a Patriot as that is what they "do" - they do whats best for the team and win with a business like attitude.
The question is at what? His QBing skills are questionable, but he hasn't had a lot of playing time. His mechanics were awful but are improving.
And Coach B will keep the media circus at bay.
To me it's just a strange move.........

Vog

Mandalay Baseball properties

Is for sale.
Of course WWAY hasn't put anything out on it yet.

Well now, isn't that interesting?
"they'll be here for 20 years Vog."

Funny how that worked out for yah isn't it Port City Baseball"?????

Vog

Here's the Scoop!

http://ballparkdigest.com/201304096181/minor-league-baseball/news/mandal...

Now now Vog...if City Council and reevaluate on June 18th to "bump up city property taxes in Wilmington" instead of "Not" raising taxes...Saffo and Company just might be able to squeeze in a offer/deal with Mandalay and 1,2,3...Wilmington will own them. Case closed...all of Wilmington's worries will be a thing of the past :-) Can't you just see City Council at the helm of this ball club? Someone in Council laid awake recently envisioning that idea while in the fetal position...whilst their thumb was in their mouth! HA!!!!!
1...2...3...bet China buys them :-0