Campbell 63, Johnson and Wales 38
Jarrod Spears (Harnett Central) was one of the eight Lenoir-Rhyne football players who were selected last week for the 2014 NCAA Division II Daktronics All-Super Region 2 team.
Union Pines 71, Richmond 30
Grace Christian 62, South Wake Sabres 55
Southern Lee 66, Western Harnett 49
Grace Christian 39, Fayetteville Academy 38 - 2OT
Andre Nation scored on a lob dunk with 2.3 seconds to play and James Madison edged Campbell 63-61 Tuesday night at the JMU Convocation Center.
Despite three Lady Camels recording double-doubles and a 10-point comeback to close the game, Campbell fell to Winthrop Tuesday night, 61-59, at Winthrop Coliseum.
Lee Christian's girls basketball team got its conference season off to a winning start, topping visiting Cape Fear Christian 29-22, Tuesday night.
Eagle Invitational at Western Harnett
Olivia Sturdivant (Lee County) and the Kennesaw State University women’s soccer team were presented the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Team Academic Award last week for the fourth year in a row and the fifth time in six years.
Overhills 57, Harnett Central 52
Western Harnett 51, Lee County 30
Only four games into the season, even coach Thad Matta is surprised by how many players are contributing for No. 16 Ohio State.
Lee Christian 51, Berean Baptist 47 - OT
Southern Vance Raider Duals
Northwood 52, Louisburg 15
Western Carolina shot well from three-point range and defeated Campbell, 67-57, Monday night at WCU's Ramsey Center.
Tristan Johnson (Lee County) continues to make a name for himself in the semi-pro Central Carolina Football League as the cornerback for the Carolina Hawks
Union Pines 58, North Moore 43
Colgate 54, Campbell 48
For the second straight game, sophomore Amanda Coffer led the Lady Camels in scoring, netting 21 points as Campbell defeated Mount St. Mary's, 60-42, Friday night at Gore Arena.
Campbell will finish out its 2014 football season on the road at Dayton Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. at Welcome Stadium in Dayton, Ohio.
Chatham Central 71, Providence Grove 70
Chatham Central 42, Trinity 32
Despite a career-high 30 points from sophomore Amanda Coffer, Campbell fell to UNC Wilmington, 89-80, Wednesday night.