Thursday, June 23, 2016

Carrboro High Wins Wells Fargo Cup For Fifth Consecutive Year

Congratulations to our Carrboro High Jaguars for winning the 2015-16 Wells Fargo Cup. This award recognizes the high schools that achieve the best OVERALL interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications. Carrboro won the 2A championship.

Carrboro excelled once again in the fall and spring seasons, beating runner-up Lake Norman Charter by more than 180 points. The Jaguars finished second in Women’s Cross Country while the Men were third during the fall season. Jaguar Volleyball and Women’s Tennis each reached the regional finals during the season to help Carrboro reach 195 fall season points. Once again the Jaguars claimed the 2A Women’s Soccer State Championship defeating Forbush in overtime during the spring season. Carrboro Men’s Lacrosse was the top 2A finisher in the state as they finished as a runner-up to 3A Marvin Ridge in the 1A/2A/3A Men’s Lacrosse Championship.

Chapel Hill High finished third in the 3A Wells Fargo Cup competition.

Below is a picture of the Carrboro High Women's Soccer champs being recently recogonized by the Orange County Board of Commissioners.

Way to go, Jags!