Cavaliers Win Conference Opener 42-6 over Western Harnett

Despite returning to the field for the first time in three weeks, the Southern Lee Cavaliers opened Tri-County 6 play with an impressive 42-6 win against Western Harnett at Cavalier Stadium. The Cavalier defense held Western Harnett to -3 yards total offense and did not allow an offensive touchdown in helping the Cavs earn their 4th straight win. Junior DeAndre McAllister got his first start at QB for the injured Thomas Harrington and connected on 2 touchdown passes on the night, one of 63 yards to Tanoah Lockley to start the second quarter. Southern Lee improves to 4-2 on the year and 1-0 in conference play. Western Harnett drops to 2-5 overall and 0-1 in conference. The Cavs will host Triton next Friday at Cavalier Stadium. 


Western Harnett          0     6    0   0   –  6   

Southern Lee                14  14   0   14  –  42 

Scoring Summary 

SL – Keshaun Mays 60 yd run (Daniel Pisano PAT) 

SL  – 25 yd TD pass McAllister to Elijah Foxx (Pisano PAT) 

SL – 63 yd TD pass McAllister to Lockley (Pisano PAT) 

WH – Carl Collins 80 yd Fumble Return (PAT Blocked) 

SL-   Rodney Ingram 10 yd run (Pisano PAT) 

SL –   Steve Cameron Recovered blocked punt in end zone (Pisano PAT) 

SL –   Elijah Donaldson 21 yd fumble return (Pisano PAT) 


Western Harnett – Jae’sean Snipes 2-7; Quantez Bradshaw 2-3; TOTALS 20 carries for -37 yards.  

Southern Lee – Mays 15-154-1TD; Ingram 9-49-1TD; Nick Locklear 4-18; McAllister 9-3; TOTALS 37-214-2TD’s.  


Western Harnett – Tristin Ung 1-5, 13 yards; Misha’el Vines 2-5, 21 yards, 2 INT; Austin Potaczala 0-1, 0  Totals 3-11-34

Southern Lee – McAllister 2-7, 88 yards, 2TD 


Western Harnett – Tyrese Jones 2-32; Kahlil McLean 1-2 

Southern Lee – Lockley 1-63-1TD; Foxx 1-25-1TD. 

  • Senior Keshaun Mays was the Normann Financial Group/WWGP Player of the Game. 
  • McAllister to Lockley 63 yard TD pass was F&W Playhouse Play of the Game 
  • Keshaun Mays and Trevor Schwab had interceptions for Cavs.  
  • Cavs had 10 penalties for 60 yards. Eagles had 4 penalties 

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