Southern Lee seniors Cullen Boyette and Christian Wenger were named to the Cape Fear Valley Conference's All-Conference First Team by the league's seven coaches capping a season in which the Cavaliers tied their program record with 20 wins in a season and reached the third round of the NCHSAA 3A State Tournament for the second time in three seasons.
For the second straight year, 36 holes of golf were not enough to decide who advanced from Carolina Trace Country Club to the U.S. Women's Open Championship.
Seven Lee County softball players, led by Chandler Patterson, Caroline Wilson and Whitney Sanford on the first team, made the Cape Fear Valley's All-Conference Team as the conference honors were released last week.
The newly-formed Lee County Track Club competed in its debut meet Saturday in the Durham Striders Developmental Meet at Durham County Stadium.
Carolina Trace Country Club's Lake Course will be part of the U.S. Women's Open for the sixth straight year Thursday when it hosts one of the 24 sectional qualifying tournaments leading to next month's Open championship at Pinehurst No. 2.
The Lee County Hunter Safety Team celebrated the end of its season and handed out special honors on Hunter Safety Program Top Shot Night at the Lee County Wildlife Club Monday nigh
Alex Scott (LCHS) concluded his first year with the Wake Tech baseball team last week, leading the Eagles (20-21-2, 13-13) offensively, defensively and from the mound.
Track and field
NCHSAA 3A State Championship
at North Carolina A&T, Greensboro
Lee County's softball team played how head coach Miles McCaskill wanted it to play in the first round of the state playoffs Wednesday evening. The Lady Yellow Jackets just came up a play or two short as Western Alamance (13-7) advanced by Lee County (13-5) with a 5-3 win.
With the top track and field athletes from the Cape Fear Valley, Big Eight and 3A Mid-State conferences competing in the NCHSAA 3A Mideast Regional Championships Saturday
Lee County senior Dewaun McEachin has improved each basketball season, in many aspects of the game, throughout his Yellow Jacket basketball career said his head coach, Reggie Peace.
Lee County has had a superb softball season in its first go-around in the Cape Fear Valley Conference. The only problem was who the Lady Yellow Jackets ran up against in the CFVC Tournament final Thursday evening at Southern Lee.
Northwood 2, Southern Durham 1
Lee County rode an eight-run inning to a big lead over Union Pines Tuesday evening and a spot in this evening's Cape Fear Valley Conference softball tournament championship game.
Union Pines junior Benjamin Chrystler earned a spot into the NCHSAA 3A State Championships shooting a three-over-par 74
Cape Fear Valley Conference Tournament semifinals
Union Pines 14, Southern Lee 6
Lee County's softball squad easily advanced through the first round of the Cape Fear Valley Conference Tournament Monday evening; scoring six runs in the first inning and rolling to a 10-1 win versus visiting Westover.
Southern Lee 5, Westover 3
Grace Christian 10, Wayne Christian 4
Track and field
Cape Fear Valley Conference Championships
Southern Lee won its regular-season home finale, and took its second victory versus county rival Lee County, 7-0 Friday night.
Grace Christian 15, Neuse Christian 0
Grace Christian 14, Cape Fear Christian 3
Southern Lee completed a regular-season sweep versus county rival Lee County on the baseball diamond Thursday evening while the Lady Yellow Jackets swept the Brick City softball season series.