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Nick Stevens

Nick Stevens

Nick Stevens, a Raleigh native, is the senior editor of HighSchoolOT.com. Nick has covered high school sports for WRAL since 2006, and helped create what is now HighSchoolOT.com. In his blog, Nick provides insight and analysis on area high school sports teams, players and topics. He also provides his opinion on numerous issues surrounding high school sports. Follow Nick on Twitter @NickStevensHSOT. You can contact Nick by clicking here or by sending an e-mail to nstevens@wral.com.

Final Conference Wachovia Cup Standings Released


Jun 19, 2007

The NCHSAA released the final standings for each Conference Wachovia Cup this morning. Below is a list of area conferences:

Cap-Seven 4A Conference:
1. Broughton - 112
2. Leesville Road - 98
3. Millbrook - 77.5
4. Wakefield - 76
5. Sanderson - 70.5
6. Enloe - 66
7. Wake Forest-Rolesville - 63

Greater Neuse 4A Conference:
1. Clayton - 262.5
2. Southeast Raleigh - 257.5
3. Garner - 230
4. West Johnston - 210.5
5. Knightdale -  208.5
6. Smithfield-Selma - 206.5
7. East Wake - 177.5
8. Holly Springs - 156

PAC-Six 4A Conference:
1. Chapel Hill - 130
2. Riverside - 109.5
3. Jordan - 109
4. East Chapel Hill - 100
5. Northern Durham - 97
6. Person - 61.5
7. Hillside - 41.5
8. Southern Durham - 29.5

Tri-Eight 4A Conference:
1. Apex - 149.5
2. Green Hope - 147
3. Athens

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WRAL Freshmen Features & HS Football


Jun 14, 2007

All high school sports fans know about the big names - the ones who are going to college to play sports - but what about the rising freshmen?

Well, we want to get to know the Class of 2011, but we can't do it without your help. Coaches, players, and fans, if you know of a rising freshman who has the potential to be an exceptional athlete in high school, send me an email with as much information as possible.

WRAL wants to provide the best prep sports coverage possible, and one thing I want to do on the High School Sports Blog is start covering junior varisty sports. Since JV sports are not reported on and followed as closely as some varsity sports, it is going to be a difficult task - so, we are once again asking for help from JV coaches, players, and fans. The more information we get, the better.

If you follow high shool football closely in the WRAL viewing area, we might  could use you as a voter in our Top 25 polls this season. Again, if you're interested send

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Student Honored By Durham Sports Club


Jun 7, 2007

DURHAM -- Katie Ray of Cedar Ridge High School in Hillsborough is the 12th annual state winner in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association¹s ³Be A Good Sport² program sponsored by the Durham Sports Club.

The winner was recognized at the Durham Sports Club¹s luncheon meeting at the Croasdaile Country Club on Wednesday. The award is known as the Russell E. Blunt Be A Good Sport award, in honor of the late long-time Durham Hillside coach who is a member of both the NCHSAA Hall of Fame and the National High School Sports Hall of Fame.

Ray was nominated by Cedar Ridge volleyball and basketball coach Laurie Calder-Green and selected as a finalist for the award, along with several others, by an NCHSAA committee. Then a special committee of the Durham Sports Club selected Ray as the overall statewide winner. Every school in the state was given the opportunity to nominate a student-athlete who exemplifies the ideals

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Chapel Hill LAX Player Honored by SI


Jun 7, 2007

Tony Mendes

Tony Mendes

Tony Mendes, a lacrosse player at East Chapel Hill High School, was featured this week as Sports Illustrated High School Athlete of  the Week.

Mendes, a senior attacker as ECH, scored a total of 56 goals and racked up 52 assists for the Wildcats this past season. This is the second straight season in which Mendes had at least 100 points.

Mendes will be going to the University of Maryland to play lacrosse this coming school year. Mendes is also a two-time All-America selection, and has led ECH to two North Carolina state championships.

Sports Illustrated honors two athletes each week as part of their "Faces In The Crowd" feature developed by Takkle.com. Kip Dooley, another attacker, was honored along with Mendes this week. Dooley is from the Blake School in Minneapolis, MN.

To see a video of Mendes, click the link on the right side of this page. If you'd like to find out more about Takkle.com and their "Faces In The Crowd," we have provided

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NCPreps.com Releases 4A Preseason Poll


Jun 4, 2007

NCPreps.com has put out a preseason football poll for 5 years now, and every year fans vote on the teams. There are a lot of things in the poll that I don't agree with, but you can determine for yourself which teams belong and which teams don't.

Top 20:
1. Independence
2. Rose
3. Butler
4. Richmond
5. Garner
6. Hoggard
7. AC Reynolds
8. Providence
9. West Charlotte
10. Crest
11. Davie
12. New Bern
13. Grimsley
14. Scotland
15. Britt
16. 71st
17. Mt. Tabor
18. South View
19. Riverside
20. Vance/Hillside (Tie)

Poll Information/Statistics:

  • 80 Voters, 28 from East, 37 from West, 15 Unknown
  • Independence received 76 of 80 No. 1 votes
  • 38 different teams received votes
  • Southwestern, Midsoutheastern and Pac-6 all had 4 teams receiving votes

Comments By Voters:

  • "I feel the

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