Southern Lee 2, Asheboro 1
Western Harnett 32, Harnett Central 21
Northwood 14, Southern Lee 8
Lee County 47, Ben Smith 0
Lee County 2, Jordan-Matthews 0
North Moore (1-0) at Union Pines (1-0) - 7:30 p.m.
Facing Charlotte for the second straight season opener, for the start of Mike Minter's second season as Campbell's head football coach, the Fighting Camels made everything tougher on the 49ers than last year's 52-7 Niner win in Charlotte - for a half.
Middle Creek 1, Lee County 0
Campbell opens its 2014 season hosting Charlotte at 7 p.m. tonight at Barker-Lane Stadium.
Grace Christian 5, Burlington Christian 0
Union Pines 9, Lee County 0
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
The Southern Lee Cavaliers overcame some bumps with a solid defensive effort and near-sparkling quarterback play from a sophomore in his first high school football game to defeat the Western Harnett Eagles 21-6 Friday night.
Southern Lee 21, Western Harnett 6
Jordan-Matthews 1, Eastern Randolph 0
Western Harnett (4-8, 2-3 Two Rivers last season) at Southern Lee (3-8, 2-4 Cape Fear Valley) - 7:30 p.m.
Overhills (2-9, 0-6 Mid-South Athletic) at Pinecrest (11-2, 4-1 Southeastern) - 7:30 p.m.
After two competitive losses earlier in the week, the Lee County boys’ soccer team had a breakthrough Thursday night. A prolific one.
Southern Lee d. Northwood 25-20, 26-24, 27-25
Lillington's Chip Lynn shot three rounds in the 60s and finished 14 under par to come in tied for sixth at the Sapona Ridge Classic on the eGolf Professional Tour last Wednesday-Saturday.
Southern Lee d. Chatham Central 25-20, 25-16, 20-25, 25-17
A pair of head coaches entering their second seasons with their high school football squads were pleased, energized even, following what they saw at the rain-shortened Harnett County Jamboree Tuesday evening at Triton High School.
Overhills, preparing for its second football campaign under head coach Rodney Barr, held its annual "Black and Blue" inter-squad scrimmage Thursday night.
Mike Stryffeler's ability and work ethic, on and off the playing field, took him from being a standout athlete at Lee County High School to Campbell University.