In just his seventh game as an East Carolina University Pirate, junior Akeem Richmond (SLHS) played an integral part in setting a new ECU school record for three pointers made in a game as the Pirates routed St. Andrews, 111-59.
On the Senior Night for four Yellow Jacket baseball players, it was junior Alston Scott who fired a five-hit shutout for Lee County, giving the Jackets a 3-0 victory versus Grimsley.
Lee County 10, Southwestern Randolph 7
Anytime basketball players from Southern Lee and Lee County match up, it's competitive. That goes during spring break. It goes if it's about six months before the next high school season tips off.
Pinecrest 7, Corinth Holders 3
Lee County 8, Providence Grove 2
Chatham Central 8, Faith Christian 0
Lee County's softball team made quick work of Terry Sanford, winning 16-3 in five innings, Friday night on its home field.
Terry Sanford senior Joe Ingle got his second victory of the season against Lee County Friday night, holding the Yellow Jackets to four hits in a 10-2 Bulldog win which keeps Ingle and the Bulldogs (10-5, 7-1)
Gray's Creek 3, Southern Lee 1 - 8 innings
Terry Sanford's Kiran Patel and the Union Pines' team of Ben Williams and Dylan Dinkins won the conference individual championships, both in sound fashion in their respective finals, Thursday afternoon on the final day of the Cape Fear Valley Conference Tournament hosted by Lee County.
Union Pines 6, Lee County 1
Lee County's softball team turned in what head coach Miles McCaskill called the best Lady Jacket game of the season in a number of categories Wednesday night.
Akeem Richmond (SLHS) proved he has what it takes to compete with the best three ball shooters in the nation as the senior guard from East Carolina finished third in the 2014 State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships in Moody Coliseum in Dallas last Thursday.
Northwood 7, Cedar Ridge 1
Northwood 3, Granville Central 0
Southern Lee 3, Richmond 2
Lee County 9, Douglas Byrd 0
Southern Lee took round one of the county baseball rivalry, and the first-ever Cape Fear Valley Conference meeting between the Cavaliers and Lee County, with Christian Wenger's one-hitter leading a 7-0 victory Tuesday night at Lee County.
Lee County 314, Union Pines 323, Southern Lee 324, Terry Sanford 336, Gray's Creek 379, Westover and Douglas Byrd no score
Wells Fargo and the NCHSAA announced the Wells Fargo Conference Cup standings through the 2013-14 winter sports seasons last week.
Monday, March 31
Southeast Raleigh at Harnett Central - 4 p.m.
Union Pines at North Moore - 7 p.m.
Lee County at Westover - 7 p.m.
Purnell Swett at Pinecrest - 7 p.m.
Jordan-Matthews 2, Graham 0
In an early-season contest for first place in the Cape Fear Valley baseball race, it was this school year's two rookies in the conference, Lee County and Terry Sanford vying for the league lead Thursday night.
Northwood 15, Chapel Hill 0
Southern Lee scored in pairs, which is good in basketball, but exceptional in soccer, Wednesday evening versus county-rival Lee County.