Tuesday, Feb. 17
Big Eight Conference Tournament first round
Once all 11 players on a basketball team have been in the action within the first 10 minutes of a game
The Central Carolina Community College basketball team plays many games each year, but perhaps none are any more special than the annual game with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill junior varsity team.
Central Carolina Community College made it a 2-0 start to its new basketball season, racing for by Tidewater C.C. for a 94-83 win Saturday afternoon.
Central Carolina Community College's basketball season tipped of in high-flying form Thursday night as the Cougars rolled to a 117-71 win over Mt. Olive's JV team at CCCC.
Southern Lee's football team learned it could compete versus its county rival in last year's Brick City Bowl.
Lee County at Southern Lee - 7:30 p.m.
3A East - No. 5 Hunt (19-3) at No. 4 Southern Lee (18-1-3) - 7 p.m.
“Very, very athletic.”
That’s how Central Carolina Community College men’s basketball coach Doug Connor describes the 2014-2015 team.
Since 1989, area golfers have been hitting the links at the Central Carolina Community College Foundation’s annual Golf Classic to financially assist students at the college.
Defending Tarheel Conference volleyball champ Rockingham County Community College defeated Central Carolina C.C. on the Cougars' home court 25-18, 25-19, 19-25, 25-15 Tuesday night.
Central Carolina Community College opened its volleyball regular season at home Friday. Visiting Cape Fear C.C. defeated the Cougars in straight sets, 25-12, 25-9, 25-20.
Monday, Aug. 25
Lee County at Leesville Road - 6 p.m.
Julian Bailey, the high-scoring 6-foot-5 center for the Central Carolina Community College men’s basketball team, is headed to Milligan College on a full athletic scholarship.
Jenaro Harris, point guard and shooting guard for Central Carolina Community College’s basketball team, is excited about continuing his college basketball career for the Flying Fleet at Erskine College in the fall.
Central Carolina Community College welcomed seven new men's basketball players to the Cougar family Thursday evening at CCCC's Sanford campus.
Area golfers hit a hole-in-one on behalf of educational opportunity with the first Central Carolina Community College Foundation Chatham Golf Classic.
Central Carolina Community College’s Chatham County Campus will be hopping on March 29 when the CCCC Foundation hosts the Third Annual Rabbit Run 5K and Children’s Fun Run. A fun addition to the event this year is the Dog Run.
West Montgomery at Chatham Central - 2 p.m.
Southern Lee at Lee County - 2:30 p.m.
Union Pines at Gray’s Creek - 4:30 p.m.
Western Harnett at Cleveland - 6 p.m.
Corinth Holders at Triton - 7 p.m.
Cardinal Gibbons at Northwood - 3 p.m.
Southern Lee at Gray's Creek - 4:30 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 31
Central Carolina Community College's men's basketball squad has an excellent record going this season. The Cougars got to 10 wins faster than any Cougar season ever this season and entered last night's contest against neighbor Sandhills C.C. with a three-game winning streak.
Central Carolina Community College resumed its winning ways Tuesday night with a 114-66 win over visiting Piedmont International University JV.
The more the Cougars share the basketball, the more points all the Cougars get to score. That's one of the many lessons Central Carolina head basketball coach Doug Connor is trying to teach his squad this season.
Chatham Central, Carrboro at Northwood - 5 p.m.
Clinton at Triton - 6 p.m.