Cheerleading is not an easy sport, and for some cheerleading skills come easier than others. But for Cheer Extreme Sanford and Western Harnett High School varsity cheerleader Kaleigh Flaker, 16, certain skills in the sport are especially difficult because she was born without her right hand.
Jordan-Matthews 5, Eastern Randolph 4
Seven Camels drove in runs, including four from Cedric Mullins, and No. 27 Campbell defeated UNC-Wilmington on the road Wednesday night at Brooks Field.
Campbell smacked 25 hits to sweep a softball doubleheader from host UNC-Wilmington Tuesday at Bozeman Field. The Camels had 13 hits in an 8-3 victory in the opener. Katie Baker then tossed a two-hitter in a 6-1 win in the nightcap.
Southern Lee 9, Douglas Byrd 5
Lee County handily won a Cape Fear Valley Conference golf match at Sanford Golf Course Monday afternoon and Lee County's Walter Brinker won the match medalist honor shooting a one-under par 70.
Campbell pitcher Heath Bowers (Harnett Central) was named the Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball and the Big South Pitcher of the Week
Grace Christian 4, Fayetteville Homeschool 1
Heath Bowers struck out seven in 7.2 innings without a walk and Campbell held on for a 3-2 win over visiting Longwood Friday in the Camels' Big South opener at Jim Perry Stadium.
Lee County's first three softball games each came down to a single run, with the Lady Jackets coming out on top of two of the three.
Lee County 6, Western Harnett 5
Union Pines 2, Lee County 0
Grace Christian 3, Trinity Academy 0
Rachel Nasland struck out a career-high 11 batters and Notre Dame held off Campbell 4-3 Tuesday night at Amanda Littlejohn Stadium.
Southern Lee 6, Jordan-Matthews 0
Harnett Central products Brian Taylor and Heath Bowers (3-0) helped Campbell University extend their winning streak to 10 games last week as the Fighting Camels picked up wins over Elon 12-1 and William & Mary 10-6 and 8-5 before sweeping Bowling Green 4-2, 9-4 and 4-2.
Campbell senior pitcher Heath Bowers collected a school record 15 strikeouts and the Fighting Camels (11-2) won their eighth game in a row, 4-2 over Bowling Green (3-4), Friday at Jim Perry Stadium.
Eight Camels knocked in runs in game one and seven scored in game two, helping Campbell sweep a Wednesday doubleheader over William and Mary at Jim Perry Stadium.
Campbell shot 53.6 percent in the second half and forced 23 Winthrop turnovers in a 65-52 victory in the 2015 VisitMyrtleBeach.com Big South Tournament quarterfinals on Thursday afternoon inside the HTC Center.
Jerome Hill scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for his 16th double-double of the year to lead Gardner-Webb to a 72-64 win over
Campbell is set to clash with Winthrop for the first time in postseason play in the 2015 VisitMyrtleBeach.com Big South Tournament quarterfinals at 2 p.m. today inside the HTC Center.
Jordan-Matthews 44, East Duplin 43
Mark Riches (Grace Christian) was named the 2015 Bible College National Invitational Tournament MVP
Union Pines 59, Southern Durham 53 - OT