Northwood (1-0, 0-0 Big Eight) at Southern Lee (1-0, 0-0 Cape Fear Valley) - 7:30 p.m.
North Moore (1-0) at Union Pines (1-0) - 7:30 p.m.
Middle Creek 1, Lee County 0
Grace Christian 5, Burlington Christian 0
Union Pines 9, Lee County 0
No Chargers or Jets left Monday evening's soccer match between Northwood and visiting county rival Jordan-Matthews fully happy.
Lee County (3-0) won the Black and Gold Classic at UNC Pembroke Saturday.
Monday, Aug. 25
Lee County at Leesville Road - 6 p.m.
Union Pines 41, East Mongtomery 6
Southern Lee 21, Western Harnett 6
Jordan-Matthews 1, Eastern Randolph 0
Overhills (2-9, 0-6 Mid-South Athletic) at Pinecrest (11-2, 4-1 Southeastern) - 7:30 p.m.
Terry Sanford 5, Union Pines 4
Southern Lee d. Northwood 25-20, 26-24, 27-25
Southern Lee d. Chatham Central 25-20, 25-16, 20-25, 25-17
Sammy Blanton of Bear Creek, Justin Brower of Pittsboro and Carson Whitehead of Ramseur earned black belts
Lee County had five Lady Yellow Jackets earn all-state honors and seven receive all-district spots from the North Carolina Softball Coaches Association for the 2014 season.
In its first-ever trip to the state softball finals, Jordan-Matthews trailed in all three games versus East Rutherford from Friday night to Saturday afternoon.
In a series pitting two softball teams looking for their first-ever state championships, West Region champ East Rutherford
Jordan-Matthews and East Rutherford will play for each softball program’s first state championship Friday and Saturday in a best-of-three final series at Walnut Creek Softball Complex.
Holly Clark has been perhaps the bright spot for the Jordan-Matthews Jets softball team recently, but she shared the duties a little bit Thursday night.
Jordan-Matthews sophomore Holly Clark fired a complete game and helped her own cause quite a bit as the Lady Jets (22-4) won their first-ever state semifinal softball game 4-2 at Northeastern (18-3) Tuesday evening.
Fans who wanted a prime seat for Friday evening's state tournament softball contest at Jordan-Matthews needed to show up a good half-hour before the first pitch.
Jordan-Matthews rolled to a 7-3 victory in a match-up of two conference champions at PAC-6 champion Wheatmore (18-4) in the third round of the NCHSAA 2A softball state tournament Tuesday night.
Alex Scott (LCHS) concluded his first year with the Wake Tech baseball team last week, leading the Eagles (20-21-2, 13-13) offensively, defensively and from the mound.