Foronly $50, your Athlete can have their own personalized painted Imp with their name, sport and number on the walkway leading around CHS athletic areas! As a Rent-An-Imp sponsor, you can designate which sports program will receive your donation!
The Imp will remain onsite until June!
(Please note Rent-An-Imps have a maximum of 20 characters for an athlete's name).
Choose from the following locations:
Cooper Field stadium entrance,
Cooper Field stadium from bleachers to field house,
Cary High Gym entrance (both sides)
Area behind Baseball or Softball fields
Limited spots available - availability is on a first come/first serve basis.
Are you interested in placing an ad for the Fall Sports program? Deadline is August 3rd!
The Imp Club is proud to offer local businesses and parents of Cary High athletes an opportunity to place an ad in our Fall Sports Program. We are excited to have partnered with Strawbridge Studios to help us with the set-up and printing of the Winter Sports Program. If you would like to place an ad please click on the link below. Programs will be available at all Cary High home games. Cost of the program will be $10.
INDIANAPOLIS — Longtime wrestling coach at Cary High School, Jerry Winterton, has been selected to join the 11-member class of the National Federation of State High School Association’s 2017 National High School Hall of Fame class.
Winterton compiled a 621-16 record, a 97.5% winning percentage, in his 30-year tenure as Head Wrestling Coach at Cary and East Wake. He led the Imps wrestling program to 11 NCHSAA state wrestling tournament titles and eight dual-team championships. His teams finished second in those two events another 13 times.
Known as Mr. Wrestling in North Carolina, Winterton coached 42 individual state champions and 30 All-Americans, and he registered 166 tournament victories – tops among all wrestling coaches in the United States. Winterton’s teams won 28 consecutive conference championships (1983-2010), and he was selected one of the top 100 coaches from all sports in the 100-year history of the NCHSAA. Winterton was selected North Carolina Wrestling Coach of the Year 10 times and National Coach of the Year twice, and he was named to the North Carolina Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2004.
Winterton is the seventh NFHS Hall of Fame honoree from North Carolina and will join the Hall at during the annual induction ceremony which is held at the NFHS Summer Meeting scheduled for Providence, Rhode Island this summer. He joins Bob Jamieson, Russell Blunt, Charlie Adams, Tim Stevens, Jerry McGee and Willie Bradshaw as one of the NCHSAA’s honorees.
Other inductees this year include four former high school athletes, including New York Yankees’ star Bobby Richardson of South Carolina and record-setting softball pitcher Lisa Fernandez of California, along with four other of the winningest coaches in high school history.
Other athletes who were chosen for this year’s class are Joe Dial, who set a national record in the pole vault in 1981 as a senior at Marlow (Oklahoma) High School; and Melissa (Missy) West, a three-sport standout (basketball, softball, soccer) at Franklin Academy in Malone, New York, who later played basketball at Duke University.
Russ Cozart, who has posted a remarkable 647-6 dual-meet record in 42 years as wrestling coach at Brandon (Florida) High School, is one of the other four coaches selected for the 2017 class. Other coaches who will be honored this year are Joe Lombard, girls basketball coach at Canyon (Texas) High School who ranks second nationally in career coaching victories; Steve Shondell, who won almost 1,200 matches and 21 state titles in 34 years as volleyball coach at Muncie (Indiana) Burris High School; Bernie Walter, who won 10 state titles in 36 years as baseball coach at Arundel High School in Gambrills, Maryland.
The other two members of the 2017 class are Bill Laude, a football, basketball and baseball official from Frankfort, Illinois, and Rick Wulkow, who had significant contributions to high school sports during his 35 years with the Iowa High School Athletic Association.
Link Your VIC Card Today and Earn All Season Long!
This year the Cary Imp Club is offering the All-Sports Passes online. This is a great way for you to purchase your season passes to all Cary High home sporting events. See the information below that shows how much of a value you can save by purchasing your All-Sports Pass.
The Cary IMP Club is a nonprofit organization whose sole purpose is to provide financial support for the Cary High Athletic Department. The IMP Club is comprised of CHS parents, teachers, students, and community business supporters who together raise money each year to support 37 CHS Varsity & Junior Varsity teams and athletes representing 24 sports.
By joining the IMP Club, purchasing an All-Sports Pass, or choosing to make a tax-free donation, you can become an IMPortant part of this group and support our CHS athletes. Members of the Imp Club are invited to attend a monthly meeting and have voting privileges to help us make an IMPact for our students!
When you purchase an All-Sports Pass it will save you time and money!
Avoid the ticket line – enter through “Pass Gate”
Over 100 regular season home games for the school year
No CASH necessary to enter games when you have your sports pass
Entry fees if paying cash to enter home games
$7 per person for Football games (5 regular season home games, $140 for a family of 4)
$5 per person for all other Sports Teams
Your All-Sports pass supports ALL athletic programs at Cary High School!
Cost of each Package Offered for the 2016-17 School Year