Mount Tabor won it's fifth Men’s Team State Championship and the first since a 3A Crown in 2017. Will Soule had an individual 1st place with a time of 15:31.62. Tabor placed three runners in the top ten of the events, in addition to Soule, Davis Potter finished sixth at 15:51.45 and Douglas Gledhill finished ninth in 15:53.22. The Spartans scoring team finished with Andrew Burrell who crossed in 21st at 16:09.29 and Lucas Plitt in 43rd at 16:28.97.
The NCHSAA Cheerleading Invitational presented a new trophy this year for the “Game Day Division” called the inaugural Tarheel Trophy to the highest rated varsity squad regardless of division in the event.
The first awarding of the Tarheel Trophy was enjoyed by West Forsyth’s Varsity squad, which posted a score of 95.6 to win the Varsity Game Day D1 Division in the event.
The Reagan Raiders captured their third team title in the last four years, winning back-to-back 4A crowns as they blistered Pinehurst No. 5 with a two-round team 434, or 2-over par.
Morgan Ketchum captured the fourth individual title in Women’s Golf for the school. The 4A Sportsmanship Award winner in Women’s Golf for 2021 went to Hillary Gong from Reagan.
The East Forsyth Eagles stormed through the first 3 rounds of the 4A Football State playoffs without a single point scored by opponents, beating Southeast Guilford 49-0, Ardrey Kell 17-0, and Glenn 14-0.
The Eagles faced off with #1 rated Hough in the quarterfinals where their journey ended in a Huskies win 26-14.
Field hockey is an unsanctioned sport in NC but sees a lot of action thanks to the North Carolina Field Hockey Association who provides and organizes a league for teams across the state to compete for the state championship.
In 2021, RJ Reynolds and West Forsyth from WS/FCS fielded teams and competed in the state championship playoffs. Additional NCFHA member teams from the WS/FCS district include East Forsyth, Mt Tabor, & Reagan.