Hoke County 45, Overhills 33
106 - ff. to H, 113 - Jason Figueroa (O) d. Bailey Cooper 4-0, 120 - Timothy Boatwright (O) p. Karon Johnson
When one key scorer for Union Pines had to go to the bench due to fouls for most of the second half, another Lady Viking simply stepped up.
O'Neal libero Shelby Boyette signed on with the Sandhills Community College volleyball program on Tuesday at The O'Neal School.
Union Pines 71, Douglas Byrd 6
Southern Lee 77, Gray's Creek 47
Lee County ended the conference portion of the swim season with its first team victory of the season and Southern Lee senior Eli Brightbill won the Cape Fear Valley Conference's boys' Swimmer of the Year honor Tuesday night in the CFVC's championship meet at Campbell University's Johnson Natatorium.
Battle at the Bears Den
Prior to last week, Truett-McConnell had enjoyed only three wins in 17 games this season and was currently riding a seven-game losing streak.
Southern Lee 49, Douglas Byrd 30
Southern Lee senior Briana Holcomb will continue her volleyball career at the college level as she signed to attend and play at Sandhills Community College last Friday.
Western Harnett 62, Lee County 55
Jolly Roger Invitational
at Corinth Holders
Nick Durazo (Lee County) was named to the fall 2014 East Carolina Dean’s List becoming one of 17 Pirate baseball players earning this honor
Union Pines 60, Gray's Creek 10
Gray's Creek 64, Union Pines 57
Cape Fear Christian 45, Lee Christian 33
Union Pines 40, Pinecrest 22
Village Christian 86, Grace Christian
Hailee Lilly (Lee County) finished 2-0 on the mat to help seventh-seeded McKendree finish third this past weekend at the National Wrestling Coaches Association National Duals in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Northwood Charger Cup Dual Tournament
Terry Sanford 55, Lee County 36
Chatham Central 61, North Moore 9
Union Pines 65, Southern Lee 59
Union Pines came out on top over Lee County, Terry Sanford and Southern Lee in a close four-team competition on the boys' side of a Cape Fear Valley Conference swim meet at a packed Johnson Natatorium on Campbell University's campus Tuesday night.
As 2015 starts its reign and we say good bye to 2014, I’d like to take a moment to reflect back on the headline grabbing stories from this past year.