Rolesville at Lee County (9-3, 5-1 Cape Fear Valley) - 7:30 p.m.
After two competitive losses earlier in the week, the Lee County boys’ soccer team had a breakthrough Thursday night. A prolific one.
Terry Sanford 5, Union Pines 4
High school basketball season is about three months away but Lee County and the new Lady Yellow Jacket head coach, former U.S. Army sergeant and Cape Fear High School head coach Gabriel Reynolds, are already at work.
Southern Lee d. Chatham Central 25-20, 25-16, 20-25, 25-17
Playing through the rain, even lots of rain, was fine Monday evening as Lee County welcomed Hoke County, Lumberton, Leesville Road and Asheboro for the Lee County Jamboree with less than
Mike Stryffeler's ability and work ethic, on and off the playing field, took him from being a standout athlete at Lee County High School to Campbell University.
Lee County got its football season underway as soon as possible Friday - getting its first practice in starting at 12:01 a.m. Friday.
The Sanford Spinners got the tying runner to second, but that was as close as they got in the sixth inning, the only inning the Spinners put runs on the board, as they fell 3-2 to the Heritage Horned Frogs
The Sanford Spinners took advantage of their chances to score as they hosted the quarterfinals of the Central Carolina Scholastic Summer League tournament, and game four of the quarterfinals versus the Leesville Road Runners Thursday evening.
Lee County's Dewaun McEachin was one of 20 of the top senior basketball players in the state to get one more game to their high school career
Lee County High School will celebrate the start of its fall sports seasons, a few hours before the first practices start, with Countdown to Fall Madness at 8 p.m. on July 31 at Paul B. Gay Stadium.
The Sanford Spinners needed one more win to clinch a division title Thursday in a regular season-ending doubleheader at crosstown rival Southern Lee.
Lee County Track Club high jumper Armond Shaw joined teammate Nicholas Grubb by qualifying from the USA Track and Field Region 3 Junior Olympics to a berth in the USATF National Junior Olympics last weekend at Durham County Memorial Stadium.
Lee County High student Nicholas Grubb is new to track and field. He's gone all-out into the new sport, and into an event - an event which can't be found in a high school meet - which his Lee County Track Club coach calls "grueling."
David Kocher is a closer.
Kocher came into the final round of the 36th Junior Boys North and South Championship one stroke back of the lead
Lee County High golf standout Walter Brinker had no problem around his home course Thursday as talented young golfers from all over the state visited Sanford Golf Course for a stop by the Tarheel Youth Golf Association for one of the TYGA's one-day tournament summer events.
Pinehurst's Josh Martin was one of two golfers to shoot 70 Wednesday in the second round of the 36th Junior Boys North and South Championship at Pinehurst No. 8.
Golfers from South Africa, California and Charlotte lead or share the lead through the first of three rounds in the two Junior North and South Championship tournaments after play at Pinehurst No. 6 and Pinehurst No. 8 Tuesday.
Lee County Track Club athlete Chelan Stanford will compete in her second straight USA Track and Field Region 3 Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships Thursday-Saturday at Durham County Stadium.
The Sanford Spinners won their third straight game and improved to 8-1 in their Central Carolina Scholastic Summer League season with a 4-1 win over Southern Lee Monday night at Lee County High School.
Lee County had five Lady Yellow Jackets earn all-state honors and seven receive all-district spots from the North Carolina Softball Coaches Association for the 2014 season.
Siranon Shoomee, a rising junior at Lee County High School, concluded four days of exceptional play by falling in the final match, to Salisbury's Grace Yatawara 3 and 2, Friday morning in the 18th North Carolina Junior Girls Championship played at Starmount Forest Country Club.
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.