Dunn and visiting Highland split middle school contests on Monday, with the Vikings wrapping up a Harnett County Conference championship on the soccer pitch and the Greenwaves remaining unbeaten on the volleyball court.
Highland took a 6-1 win on the soccer field to end its season with a conference title.
Preston Wiser recorded a hat trick, with three goals to lead the Vikings (11-1).
Caleb Roll, Brandon Dieguez and Nathan Vecelio had one goal apiece. Gershaun McNeill and Blake Sastre split time at goal keeper to record the win.
Tommy Lopez recorded the lone goal for the Greenwaves.
Dunn won in straight sets in volleyball by scores of 25-14, 25-13 and 25-14.
Olivia Godwin had eight kills, one assist, one dig and nine aces on 18 service points, Emma Stanley had three kills, 14 assists, three digs and three aces on 10 service points and Gracy Norris had four kills, three digs and five aces on nine service points to lead the Greenwaves (10-0).
Chyna Massey had two kills, three assists, four digs and one ace on two service points. Sydney Bradham had two kills, one dig and three aces. Stephanie Davis had one kill, one dig and one ace on two service points. Kailyn McNair had one dig and two aces. Evie Eller had one dig and held serve for one point. Aubrie Wise and Virginia Pope had one dig apiece. Ansley John Wood held serve for one point.
Jayleen Barco-Cruz had four kills, nine digs and one ace and Lillian Heath had four aces on seven service points to lead the Vikings (2-10).
Grace Andersen had one kill, four assists, one block, four digs and two aces on three service points. Kailey Lawrence had one assist and two digs. Noriya Stiff had one block and one dig. Sierra Stewart had two digs and one ace on two service points. Annaleese Renslow had two digs and held serve for one point. Payten Hoopes had two digs. Savannah Soots had one dig and two aces on four service points. Davina Sutton had one dig. Alexandria Williams had one ace. Grayson Morris held serve for two points.
Dunn travels to rival Coats-Erwin on Tuesday. The Greenwaves can clinch the volleyball conference title with a win.