For the second week in a row, Lee County football rolled on.
Quarterback Emond Caldwell had 147 passing yards and a touchdown and running back Jerry Pullum had three total scores as the Yellow Jackets (2-0)
Lee County 2, Jordan-Matthews 0
Ben L. Smith (0-1, 0-0 All Metro) at Lee County (1-0, 0-0 Cape Fear Valley) - 7:30 p.m.
Middle Creek 1, Lee County 0
Grace Christian 5, Burlington Christian 0
Union Pines 9, Lee County 0
Lee County (3-0) won the Black and Gold Classic at UNC Pembroke Saturday.
Monday, Aug. 25
Lee County at Leesville Road - 6 p.m.
Lee County got its volleyball season off to a confident start with a sweep, 25-19, 25-17, 25-20, over visiting Pinecrest (1-2) Friday afternoon.
Dalton Mauldin, a sophomore at Lee County High School, won the boys 14-15 age division title at the 2014 Tarheel Youth Golf Association Tournament of Champions played at Hyland Golf Club Aug. 12-14.
All three phases of Lee County's football team scored in the opening half as the Yellow Jackets welcomed Rolesville High School for its first varsity game in 53 years Friday night. Jerry Pullum took care of two of the three, offense and special teams, in the first five minutes of play.
Southern Lee 21, Western Harnett 6
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.