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Freedom Patriots finished 31-1 and won the N.C. 3A championship.

Nationally ranked Myers Park is the 2013-14 Observer Sweet 16 girls’ basketball champion.

Shelby’s Gabe DeVoe and West Craven’s Jamie Cherry on Friday were named the 2013-14 Associated Press boys and girls high school basketball players of the year for North Carolina.

Casey Rogers has a state title as Morganton Freedom’s coach to go with one he earned as a player. Sherry Norris earned one at Chapel Hill to match another from more than three decades earlier.

The Marvin Ridge boys and girls indoor track teams showed their depth and versatility this season, sweeping the 3A state team championships.

Shelby High’s Gabe DeVoe was the leading vote-getter for the N.C. Associated Press all-state team, which was released Wednesday.

The Charlotte Catholic girls’ swim team not only won 12 straight state titles in a row, but it also dominated the competition for most of that unprecedented span.

Jacob Grigg had a lot of expectations to live up to before he stepped on the mat at East Gaston High.

The Mallard Creek Mavericks ended the season where they started it: on top of the Observer’s Sweet 16 poll.

Charlotte Catholic’s Elijah Hood and Mallard Creek’s Ikeem Allen are the Charlotte Observer All-Mecklenburg high school football offensive and defensive players of the year for 2013.

Concord’s Glen Padgett earns coach of the year nod

Two teammates who led their team to a state championship in South Carolina are the Charlotte Observer All-Region Players of the Year. A coach who led his team to a state championship game after it was decimated by graduation losses is the All-Region Coach of the Year.

Here are Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ all-conference football teams as voted on by the conference coaches. The Observer’s All-Region team will run Monday, followed by All-Mecklenburg and the All-Observer team on Christmas Day, listing the top overall players in the newspaper’s 137-school coverage area in North and South Carolina.

Charlotte Country Day finally won the elusive NCISAA 3A state championship with a 3-1 win over Covenant Day in the finals, to claim their first title since 1992.

From the soccer field to the volleyball court to the cross country course to the tennis court to the golf course, these are the Observer’s best from the 2013 high school fall sports.

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