Wachovia, a Wells Fargo company, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, has announced the final standings in the Wachovia Cup competitions for the 2008-2009 sports season. 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. Coastal Plains 1-A: Topsail swept to the Conference Cup after winning titles in golf, tennis, and women¹s track and soccer this spring. Dixon ended in second place thanks to a baseball championship. Conference Standings: Topsail 892.5, Dixon 772.5, East Carteret 702.5, Lejeune 570, Pamlico 470, Jones Senior 397.5. Super Six 1-A: Midway is this year¹s winner after capturing league crowns in baseball, softball, and golf. James Kenan is the conference runner-up after ending the spring in first place in women¹s track and second in soccer. Union is third, thanks to a tie for first place in softball. Conference Standings: Midway 47, James Kenan 45, Union 41.5, Wallace 35.5, Hobbton 30, Lakewood 29. Southeastern 1-A/2-A: League championships in softball and golf helped propel West Bladen to victory. Men¹s and women¹s track titles allowed St. Paul¹s to end the year in second place. East Bladen rounds out the top three after finishing as the runner-up in softball and the third-place team in baseball. Conference Standings: West Bladen 52, St. Paul¹s 49.5, East Bladen 47.5, Fairmont 44.5, Red Springs 39, West Columbus 38.5, South Robeson 37. Waccamaw 1-A/2-A: South Brunswick is the Waccamaw 1A/2A conference cup champion after taking league titles in men¹s golf, women¹s track and soccer. Pender is the runner-up, thanks to a league crown in softball and a third place finish in women¹s soccer. Top finishes in men¹s track and baseball helped North Brunswick place third in the conference. Conference Standings: South Brunswick 130, Pender 104.5, North Brunswick 103, Whiteville 81, South Columbus 77, Heide Trask 67.5, East Columbus 56. East Central 2-A: Croatan is the Cup winner thanks to league crowns in baseball, women¹s tennis and women¹s cross country. East Duplin is the second place team, after capturing conference championships in men¹s tennis and volleyball. Swansboro rounded out the top three with titles in women¹s track and women¹s soccer. Conference Standings: Croatan 175, East Duplin 162.5, Swansboro 160, Richlands 149.5, Clinton 147.5, South Lenoir 125, Southwest Onslow 124, Jacksonville Northside 119.5. Mid-Eastern 3-A/4-A: The Cup this year goes to Hoggard after a spring season in which it captured titles in softball, men¹s tennis, and men¹s golf, as well second place finishes in baseball and women¹s soccer, and a third place finish in men¹s track. The runner-up in the conference is New Hanover, with second place finishes in men¹s golf, men¹s tennis, and women¹s track. The third place team is Laney who won a baseball championship in addition to a runner-up finish in softball and third place finishes in men¹s golf and men¹s tennis. Conference Standings: Hoggard 114.5, New Hanover 93.5, Laney 75, Ashley 69.5, White Oak 67, Jacksonville 66.5, West Brunswick 43.