Sports

Commissioner Davis Whitfield of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association confirmed today that the eight NCHSAA football championship games for the 2014 season will be played at just two

James Galvani kicked off his senior campaign in thrilling fashion when he drilled home a header with 11 seconds remaining in regulation to break a scoreless tie to propel the Lees-McRae men's soccer team to a 1-0 victory against Catawba Thursday evening at Frock Field in Salisbury, N.C.

The Ashe County High boys' soccer team made history Thursday night. The Huskies, who beat Watauga for the first time in school history in their season opener on August 18, pulled off the season sweep with a 2-1 win against the Pioneers in a non-conference game at Jack Groce Stadium.

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Soccer Team (0-0-1) tied Belmont Abbey (0-0-1), 2-2, after two overtimes in the 2014 season opener Thursday evening at the Moretz Sports - Athletic Complex.

The Lees-McRae softball program is pleased to announce the dates for a trio of topic specific clinics.