Southern Lee's second upset bid in the state football playoffs looked good until early in the fourth quarter at undefeated Eastern Alamance Friday night.
Kennedy Meeks had 19 points and 12 rebounds, Justin Jackson added 18 points and No. 6 North Carolina defeated Davidson 90-72 on Saturday to remain unbeaten.
As the missed field goals piled up for Mike Weaver, Wake Forest took solace in one thing: Virginia Tech couldn't score either.
Wake Forest 45, Pinecrest 21
Union Pines 58, North Moore 43
Cheer Extreme Sanford kicked off its 2014-15 competition season at the Spirit Xpress Regional Competition at Sanderson High School on Nov. 8.
Colgate 54, Campbell 48
Four games into his college career, Duke super freshman Jahlil Okafor got a lesson in the tough, physical, inside game of basketball, and learned a little.
Pierria Henry knew Charlotte wouldn't give up against South Carolina, not after what the team had already been through at the Charleston Classic.
MAGIC 105, HORNETS 100
For the second straight game, sophomore Amanda Coffer led the Lady Camels in scoring, netting 21 points as Campbell defeated Mount St. Mary's, 60-42, Friday night at Gore Arena.
Campbell will finish out its 2014 football season on the road at Dayton Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. at Welcome Stadium in Dayton, Ohio.
The only thing standing between Virginia Tech and a 22nd straight bowl berth is the worst team in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Eastern Alamance 39, Southern Lee 20
In a meeting of nearby Falcons, the Lee Christian Lady Falcons got out to a quick start and never looked back for a 51-4 win over the O'Neal Lady Falcons Thursday night at Lee Christian.
Chatham Central 71, Providence Grove 70
BeeJay Anya swatted seemingly everything that came his way. By the end of the night, he had more blocks than anyone in school history to highlight North Carolina State's blowout victory.
Charlotte 106, Penn State 97, 2OT
Elizabeth Williams had a memorable homecoming and Ka'lia Johnson had a night she won't soon forget for No. 7 Duke.
Although Tanner Pearson claims he never played baseball growing up in Canada, he fooled his fellow Los Angeles Kings with a home run swing on the decisive goal against Carolina.
Well, it’s almost the holidays. Next week we will celebrate Thanksgiving and soon it will be Christmas. The only down side to the holidays is we all get prepared and before we can say “Ho! Ho! Ho!” they are done and over.
The Lee County Tennis Association celebrated a successful fall clinic with a round robin tournament on Nov. 15 at the O.T. Sloan Tennis Center.
North Carolina took things from No. 25 Duke all night: The ball. The momentum. And, finally, the Victory Bell.
Tyler Thomas missed the first free throw, then knocked down the second, to tie the game, 42-42, with 0:19 left in regulation for Lee County at Athens Drive Thursday night.
No. 10 Southern Lee (8-4) at No. 2 Eastern Alamance (12-0) - 7:30 p.m.