Here you'll be able to get the latest news & information about Cary High athletics & much, much more. For more information about each team at Cary High, visit our CHS Teams link & click on the season for the sport of interest.
Your personalized logo of the Cary IMP around campus!
Here is a GREAT way to honor your Cary HIgh student athlete!
The Imp Club is proud to offer this year to parents a personalized painted Imp with your student athlete’s name, sport and number on the walkway leading around CHS athletic areas! Each painted Imp is $50 and your payment goes directly to the team account(s) of your choice. The Imp will remain on site from September 2014 to June 2015 and may have a maximum of 20 characters for the name of your student athlete.
Once you have completed your application and written your check to the CHS IMP Club you MUST send the info to Debra Ryan through regular mail, since the post date will be used to determine order of receipt, with NO EXCEPTIONS.
Here are the location choices: stadium entrance, inside the stadium from bleachers to field house, gym entrance (both sides) and area on/near baseball field yet to be determined. All spots are on a first come first serve basis.
Seniors will be given priority assignments through September 5, 2014. All grades should mail applications as soon as possible since there are a limited number of available spots and are assigned based on the post date.
Please complete the information below and mail to:
CHS Imp Club
C/O Debra Ryan
115 West Gerrell Court
Cary, NC, 27511
Make checks payable to CHS Imp Club. Please be sure to designate the sport(s) that you would like your $50 to go to. If you have any questions or you would like to help with painting please contact Debra Ryan @ 919-465-9529 or email @ email@example.com. Note that checks will be returned if spots sell out.
Former Cary High wrestling coach Jerry Winterton is among seven individuals who have been selected for induction in the N.C. High School Atheltic Association Hall of Fame.
Winterton will be joined by the late football coach Jack Holley of Teachey, NCHSAA associate commissioner Rick Strunk, administrator Ralph Holloway of Morehead City, the late coach and administrator Joe Miller of Wilmington, football coach Chris Norman of Shelby and NCHSAA fundraiser Moyer Smith of Chapel Hill in induction ceremonies.
The new inductees will be honored during special halftime ceremonies at a football game at Kenan Stadium on Saturday, October 18, when North Carolina takes on Georgia Tech. The University of North Carolina has designated the day as the 30th annual NCHSAA Day. The new class will officially be inducted at the special Hall of Fame banquet next spring in Chapel Hill.
Winterton’s teams won 94.9 percent of their dual meets, a mark unmatched by any wrestling coach in the country with at least 350 wins. He went 621-16 at Cary (642-34 overall with some years at East Wake High) and is among the top 20 in the nation in career victories.
His Imps won 28 consecutive conference championships and had 138 consecutive victories. His clubs won a total of 19 NCHSAA state titles (11 state tournament championships, eight dual-team championships).
Cary was 540-3 in the regular-season under Winterton, who led the team from 1981-2010. He is still at Cary as an assistant coach.
Cary won state tournament championships in 1987, '88, '89, '97, 2000, '03, '05, '06, '07, '08 and 2009. The Imps were also runner-up six times.
Cary also won the dual-team championship in 1993, '96, '97, '98, '2005, '07, '08 and 2009 and were runner-up seven times.
Cary was undefeated in regular-season dual meets in 27 of 29 years that Winterton was head coach. They posted a national-best 166 tournament wins, 28 consecutive conference championship and 265 consecutive home regular-season wins.
Winterton was the NHSCA coach of the year in 2007 and the national coach of the year by the NWCA in 2009.
He coached 32 All-Americans and 44 state champions.
This year 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 Fall 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.
The Imp Booster Club is a volunteer organization committed to providing the student-athletes of Cary High School with the best facilities, equipment, protection and opportunities. In order to provide these opportunities, the Athletic Boosters raise approximately 2/3 of the annual athletic budget at Cary High School. In addition to funding a majority of the annual operating budget, the Athletic Boosters have raised funds for facility maintenance, activity buses, field renovation, coaching clinics, weight room additions, exterior storage building, equipment, and uniforms. Your help is needed as we continue to make improvements to Cary High School athletics.
Please help us to provide this service to our student-athletes by joining the Imp Athletic Booster Club and purchasing your All Sports Passes. Your sports pass will provide you access to any Cary High home sporting event unless otherwise posted. (Sports-Passes cannot be used for Playoff games and tournaments).
CHS Spirit Nigh at the Hibernian
off Kildairefarm Road
The Hibernian Irish Pub will host a Cary High Spirit night where they will donate 10% of food proceeds back to Cary High Athletics. If you have not tried the Hibernian before we encourage you to check it out and help support your local high school teams.
Every 3rd Monday of each month will be Cary High Spirit Night. Let your hostess know that you are with Cary High and a portion of your bill will be donated to Cary High Athletics.
Menus are available online and they do cater special events.