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The spring sports season has kicked off with practices, and the Cavs will look to keep the winter momentum going. Boys golf will look to improve on the team’s 2–3–1 record and third-place finish in the Triangle Independent Schools Athletic Conference (TISAC) last season. The Cavs return with eighth-grader Tate Duensing and junior Will Chapman, who both scored in the state championships last spring.

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DA swimming had a historic day in the pool on Monday as the boys and girls competed in the state championship meet in Greensboro. Junior Eva Boehlke earned the title of state champion, setting both a meet and school record in the 100-yard butterfly. The girls had their best performance since 2003, tying for fifth overall, and the boys placed eighth overall, their best finish since 2015. DA boys basketball had its season cut short in the first round of the state playoffs against Metrolina Christian Academy, while the girls will continue their 2021–2022 campaign tonight against Ravenscroft in the second round of the state tournament. 

Read More about Cavs Corner: Swim Accomplishments Highlight Last Week of Winter Sports

The Cavalier basketball programs and swim teams are nearing the end of the 2021–2022 winter season. The girls basketball team had a thrilling, buzzer-beating win over conference rival Ravenscroft School on Tuesday night as junior Kendall Harris put the Cavs ahead 35–34. The girls basketball team will close out the regular season with a matchup vs. Saint Mary’s School tonight and will await the results of playoff seeding on Sunday afternoon, while the boys hoops team will head to Cedar Ridge High School Friday night to close out the regular season. The swim teams head to Greensboro on Monday for the state championships after placing second (girls) and third (boys) in the conference meet last week!

Read More about Cavs Corner: Cavs Eye Wins in Final Week of Regular Season

The Cavalier winter sports teams are heading into the last week of the regular season. Boys basketball is ranked fourth in conference and 15th in the NCISAA 4A standings heading into Friday’s contest with North Raleigh Christian; girls basketball looks to upend TISAC rival and top-seeded North Raleigh Christian Academy on Friday as the Cavs defend their eighth-place rank in the NCISAA 4A standings.

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