Pinecrest 55, Parkland 0
The Patriots routed visiting Parkland (0-4) in their home opener in Southern Pines Friday night, going to a 4-0 record.
Lee County (2-1) at Western Harnett (0-3) - 7:30 p.m.
Last meeting - Lee County 27, Western Harnett 0 (Aug. 20, 2010)
Lee County 5, Western Harnett 0
Lee Christian d. Trinity Academy 26-24, 25-13, 25-14
The Lady Falcons (3-2, 3-1) got a Carolina Christian Conference victory with a sweep at Trinity Academy Tuesday evening in Raleigh.
Lee County 0, Union Pines 0
The host Yellow Jackets and Vikings played to a draw through 80 minutes of regulation and 20 minutes of overtime Monday evening in a Cape Fear Valley match.
Pinecrest 37, Beddingfield 25
After two Friday nights of racing out to huge leads, Pinecrest (3-0) fell behind 18-0 and came back for a victory Friday night in Wilson.
One week after the Northwood passing game rewrote the school record book, the Chargers relied on the running game and special teams to win at Jordan-Matthews, 22-6, Friday night.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Athens Drive 28, Lee County 26
St. Pauls 36, Southern Lee 31
Lee County 1, Hoke County 0
The Yellow Jackets won their second straight match and turned around a 3-0 defeat at Hoke County from two weeks ago at home Thursday night.
Lee Christian hosted its first-ever middle school cross country meet, with over 75 runners from five teams gathering for 3K races on a course throughout Kiwanis Family Park on a humid Thursday afternoon.
Lee County 9, Douglas Byrd 0
Michael Carter, Payton Jackson and Miguel Jernigan each scored two goals as the Yellow Jackets
Lee Christian 10, Cresset Christian 1
Lee Christian rolled to a Carolina Christian win at Cresset Christian Tuesday afternoon and made it 18 goals scored in the last two matches.
Gray's Creek 4, Lee County 0
Grace Christian 10, Community Christian 1
Senior defensive end Andrew Stryffeler (LCHS) has been voted as one of the four 2013 team captains for Florida Atlantic University and will lead his Owls into Greenville Thursday night to face East Carolina University.
It has been a one-sided contest for the entirety of the 48-game football series between Jordan-Matthews and Chatham Central, in which Jordan-Matthews leads the series 46-2.
Northwood pulled away in the second half to beat Southern Lee, 56-31, on Friday night and move to 2-0 on the season.
Southern Lee d. Gray's Creek 18-25, 23-25, 26-24, 25-23, 16-14
Southern Lee (1-0) at Northwood (1-0) - 7:30 p.m.
Last season - Northwood 37, Southern Lee 21
Jordan-Matthews 6, Southwestern Randolph 0
Lee County's volleyball team has played well for six of its last seven sets, and that's good enough for back-to-back victories, including the Lady Jackets' first in their new conference, on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
Lee County d. Gray's Creek 25-23, 25-19, 25-16
The Lady Yellow Jackets (2-2, 1-0) won their first-ever Cape Fear Valley match at home Tuesday night over Gray's Creek (4-1, 0-1).
Lee County and Northwood played a hard-fought scoreless soccer match for 55 minutes Tuesday evening.
Jordan-Matthews head coach Marty Scotten did not know what to expect from his young squad before the season-opening kickoff on Monday night, a game rescheduled from Friday because of a wet field.
The Cape Fear Valley Conference has changed from last school year to this young one, but Union Pines' women's tennis team is still the defending champ and the Lady Vikings started their campaign to stay in that spot with an 8-1 win at Lee County Monday afternoon.
Monday, Aug. 26
Providence Grove at Jordan-Matthews - 7:30 p.m.