Athletic teams from Cape Fear Academy are ready for the state playoffs after qualifying for postseason play following strong spring seasons.
Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse – Hosting NCISAA Quarterfinal State Playoff Game
The Hurricanes boys’ lacrosse team earned a two-seed in the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) Tournament. CFA will be hosting No. 7 Cary Christian School at 3 p.m. Friday. The Hurricanes finished 13-7 overall as East Central Lacrosse Conference Champions.
If CFA wins, they play host to No. 3 Asheville School or No. 6 Davidson Day School on Tuesday, May 17.
Click here for the boys lacrosse bracket.
Varsity Girls’ Lacrosse – Traveling to Charlotte Latin for NCISAA Quarterfinals
The NCISAA Girls Lacrosse Tournament is an all-classification tournament. CFA will be traveling to No. 3 Charlotte Latin School on Friday. The Hurricanes qualified for states for the sixth year in a row, with nine wins on the spring.
Get the complete bracket by clicking here.
Varsity Girls’ Soccer – Hosting NCISAA First Round State Playoff Game
Coach Meade McFarlene and the CFA girls soccer team grabbed a seven-seed in the NCISAA 2A Tournament. The Hurricanes host No. 10 seed Calvary Baptist Day School at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 13. CFA was runner-up in the Coastal Rivers Conference following an 8-2 mark in the division and 9-6-2 overall record.
If the Hurricanes advance, they would travel to No. 2 Asheville Christian Academy on Tuesday, May 17.
Click here for the NCISAA 2A Girls’ Soccer Bracket.
Varsity Golf last team selected into NCISAA State Golf Tournament
The Cape Fear Academy golf team earned a bid into the NCISAA State Golf Tournament at Willow Creek in High Point on May 16-17.
CFA claimed the Coastal Rivers Conference Championship after winning four of five matches this spring. Miles Lindstrom, Jack Sloan, Harris Dozier, and Vance Young were named to the All-Conference Team.
Varsity Track team prepares for NCISAA State Meet in Raleigh– May 20-21
Alex Nadaud is looking to impress in three events (800 meter, 1,600 meter and 3,200 meter) this year. Nadaud finished fourth in the 800 meter run at this year’s New Hanover County meet. Tershona Branch is looking to capitalize on her second place finish in shot put at the New Hanover County Championships.