Central Carolina Conference: Welcome

I am currently posting all of the All-CCC teams that I have for all sports. I have most all conference teams dating back to 1985-1986. If anyone has access to, or knows of anyone who might have the information from prior to 1985, please let me know.

UPDATE 3/30/11:
ALL SPORTS ARE UPDATED BACK TO THE 1989-1990 SCHOOL YEAR WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE TEAMS NOTED BELOW.


MISSING ALL-CCC TEAMS: (updated 3/30/11)
1996 GIRLS SOCCER
1991 GOLF
1991 TRACK & FIELD (BOYS & GIRLS)
1990 TRACK & FIELD (BOYS & GIRLS)


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Central Carolina Conference Leagues
01 FOOTBALL     02 VOLLEYBALL    
03 BOYS SOCCER     04 GIRLS TENNIS    
05 BOYS X-COUNTRY     06 GIRLS X-COUNTRY    
07 GIRLS GOLF     08 BOYS BASKETBALL    
09 GIRLS BASKETBALL     10 WRESTLING    
11 BOYS SWIMMING     12 GIRLS SWIMMING    
13 BASEBALL     14 SOFTBALL    
15 BOYS TENNIS     16 GIRLS SOCCER    
17 BOYS GOLF     18 BOYS TRACK & FIELD    
19 GIRLS TRACK & FIELD     AREA III LEGION BASEBALL    

Monday, May 2
DAVE HARRIS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR

Congratulations to Ronnie Beverly of Lexington High School for receiving this honor from the NCHSAA.

 

New York native, Ronnie Beverly, moved to Lexington, NC in the 1970’s with his mother and brother beginning a path that led him to two football state championships at Lexington High School as a player in 1985 and 1986 before sending him to Winston-Salem State University and the Rams football team in 1987. At Winston-Salem State, Beverly was a part of four CIAA (Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) Football Championship teams from 1987-1991. He excelled on the field with the Rams, as he was nominated as Division II Black College Sports Freshman All-American Team in 1988 before begin named the school’s Offensive Player of the Year and team Captain in 1991. His success on the field led to an NFL tryout with the Indianapolis Colts in 1992.

 

Before his time as Athletic Director at Lexington High School, Beverly served in the United States Air Force and worked as Recreation Director and District Supervisor for the City of Winston-Salem. He received a Master’s Degree in Management Science from Troy State University in 1999, a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management from Winston-Salem State University in 1991 and an Associates Degree in Aerospace Ground Technology while in the Air Force in 1999. He has recently served on the NCHSAA Ad Hoc Committee and is past president of the Central Carolina Conference. He was inducted into the Lexington Sports Hall of Fame in 2015.

 



Wednesday, April 27
REALIGNMENT 2017-2021

The NCHSAA released its FINAL draft of realigned conferences for the 2017-2021 seasons. See what the league will look like beginning with the fall of 2017 using the link to the left.

Saturday, May 21
2015-2016 STATE CHAMPIONS

   TEAM CHAMPIONS 
 SOCCER (B)   Salisbury
    
    
    
   


    INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS
GOLF (G)   Grace Yatawara (SAL) (1A/2A)  
SWIM (B)   Alex Van Der Linden (WD) 50 FRE (1A/2A)
   Alex Van Der Linden (WD) 100 FRE (1A/2A)
WRE   Evan Makupson (TVL) 182
T&F (G)   Payton Russell (NR) (200m, 400m)
   NR- Payton Russell, Brianna White, Tabitha Tulloch, Rochelle Bowman (4 x 400m relay)


Friday, May 6
2015-2016 CCC TEAM CHAMPIONS


 SPORT  CHAMPION  TOURNAMENT
 TENNIS (G)   Salisbury  
 VOLLEYBALL  West Davidson  WEST DAVIDSON
 GOLF (G)  West Davidson  
 X COUNTRY (B)  Salisbury  
 X COUNTRY (G)  West Davidson  
 SOCCER (B)  Salisbury  
 FOOTBALL  Thomasville  
 SWIMMING (B)  Salisbury, West Davidson  
 SWIMMING (G)  Salisbury  
 WRESTLING  Lexington, Thomasville  LEXINGTON
 BASKETBALL (B)  North Rowan  LEXINGTON
 BASKETBALL (G)  East Davidson  EAST DAVIDSON
 TENNIS (B)  Salisbury  
 BASEBALL  North Rowan  NORTH ROWAN
 SOFTBALL  East Davidson  EAST DAVIDSON
 SOCCER (G)  West Davidson  
 GOLF (B)  West Davidson  
 TRACK & FIELD (B)  Lexington  
 TRACK & FIELD (G)  North Rowan