Chatham Central, Carrboro at Northwood - 5 p.m.
Clinton at Triton - 6 p.m.
Carrboro 54, Lee County 52
Union Pines 43, Terry Sanford 42 - OT
Lee County 58, Douglas Byrd 49
Lee County 51, Broughton 50
Lee County 51, Broughton 50
Chapel Hill 44, Southern Lee 39
Lee Christian’s Carolina Christian Conference basketball slates began early in the season, only two games into the season for both Falcon squads, Friday night. The Falcons opened up hosting Northwood Temple, which meant they got one of the top girls teams in the CCC and the defending boys champs.
Central Carolina C.C.
Men's basketball - CCCC at North Carolina JV - 1 p.m.
Lee Christian's girls basketball squad opened its regular season Thursday night with an assignment which should get the Lady Falcons ready for just about any other foe they face this season.
Berean Baptist pulled away in the second half to win 51-32 and spoil Lee Christian's first home basketball game of the season Tuesday night.
NCISAA State Championships
at Hagan Stone Park, Greensboro
Lee Christian's middle school volleyball team is still growing up in its second season as a program. Some of its opponents field sixth-eighth graders while the Lady Falcon upperclassmen are still seventh graders.
On a cool, damp afternoon with a steady drizzle, the Grace Christian varsity men’s soccer team stepped on the field to begin, in earnest, its quest of claiming its first NCISAA 1A State Soccer Championship.
Grace Christian 10, Cresset Christian 0
Grace Christian (19-2-1, 9-0-0) completed its Carolina Christian Conference season championship
Lee Christian d. Wayne Christian 25-14, 25-7, 25-21
Grace Christian 9, Wayne Christian 0
Sergio Charco and Joe Urrutia scored two goals each and the Crusaders rolled to their 11th straight win at Wayne Christian Tuesday afternoon.
Lee County High School product Tristan Johnson is continuing to make his presence felt in his first season with the Carolina Hawks as he snagged two interceptions, returning one 65 yards for the Hawks’ only score in the game, as Carolina fell to the Charlotte Colts, 14-6
Grace Christian 9, Northwood Temple 0
Grace Christian 9, Cape Fear Christian 0
The Crusaders (12-2-1, 5-0-0) remained perfect in Carolina Christian Conference play at home Tuesday afternoon.
Playing at home for just the second time this soccer season, Lee Christian's offense found the back of the net a bunch for a 6-3 win over Carolina Christian Conference foe Neuse Christian Friday afternoon.
Lee Christian d. Neuse Christian 20-25, 25-9, 25-19, 25-17
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 Christian versus Grace Christian - again. The Falcons and Crusaders came into the early-season county-rivalry soccer match having won Carolina Christian Conference matches on Tuesday by identical scores of 10-1.