Southern Lee’s football squad improved by five victories last season with the peaks being a Brick City Bowl victory over Lee County and a state playoff win in November.
An inexperienced and rebuilding Wake Forest football team under a new head coach played exactly the way those descriptions would suggest last year. The Demon Deacons finished last in the Atlantic Division.
The Southside Cavaliers fought back from a 7-0 hole, all the way to a 7-7 score, but a Hollywood Chief run in the bottom of the sixth was enough to give the Chiefs
Basketball players from Southern Lee, Lee County and Chatham Central, along with area middle schools, learned from someone who’s known what it takes to get to the next level, the collegiate level, for the last 25-plus years at the Next Level Camp Tuesday night.
Lee County High School’s baseball diamond will host the season-ending tournament for the 10th season of the Central Carolina Scholastic Summer League Thursday and Friday
The end of the Brick City Blaze’s run together this summer was always going to be emotional. They weren’t always expecting the end to come in New Orleans in a USA Volleyball national championship tournament.
Two weeks after his first G Pro Tour victory of 2015, Sanford’s Jonathan McCurry finished third in a G Pro Tour tournament at Carolina Country Club Wednesday and Thursday.
Jack Quiggle’s ability on the football field has taken him all over the country this offseason.
The Brick City Blaze 18s volleyball club is vying for a national championship this week and playing its last tournament together as a team at the USA Volleyball Junior National Championships.
Jonathan McCurry won his first G Pro Tour tournament of the tour's 2015 season on Thursday, needing a birdie on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff for the victory, at Forest Oaks Country Club.
It was hot, and getting hotter, Monday morning on the first day of the 2015 Southside Baseball Camp out at Tramway Road Park’s four ball fields.
The Central Carolina Scholastic Summer League had its opening day, and into the evening and night, with tripleheaders at Lee County, Southern Lee and Union Pines Saturday.
The start of official preseason high school football practices is seven weeks away.
Southern Lee’s squad took full advantage of a new 10-day spring practice period
The Cape Fear Valley Conference athletic directors and baseball coaches released the conference's official postseason baseball honors Monday night.
Southern Lee sophomore Laurynn Ansted, Union Pines senior Abby Verchick and Lee County senior Maritza Santos earned the Cape Fear Valley Conference's three individual awards
Lee County's senior pitching ace, Alston Scott, was named the Cape Fear Valley Conference's Player of the Year
Lee County, following a season co-title, the conference tournament title and reaching the state quarterfinals, sported four first-team players and two second-team players on the Cape Fear Valley Conference All-Conference Team
Southern Lee junior Noah Mellette topped the 1,000-point milestone in his Cavalier basketball career this past season
As Chandler Patterson’s freshman year comes to a close, she has made quite an impression on a senior-heavy team, finishing at the top of several Campbell softball offensive categories.
Southern Lee fought back from a goal down in overtime to get to the second round of the NCHSAA 3A State Tournament.
In one sense, it's been a long road for Southern Lee senior Daniel Ramirez to earn both an academic scholarship and a soccer scholarship to St. Andrews University.
Northwood 1, Southern Lee 0
Lee County's and Southern Lee's baseball squads will host first round state tournament games Wednesday, Lee County against Rocky Mount and Southern Lee against Northwood, in the NCHSAA 3A State Tournament.
Chatham Central High School product, Zach Burke has been named to the All-Region 10 Second Team as a pitcher after finishing a perfect 7-0 on the mound during the regular season for the 18th-ranked Wake Tech C.C. Eagles.
NCHSAA 3A State Championships