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Wildcats Finish 3rd In State Championship Meet!

Sixteen 5A Cheer teams qualified for the state championship meet and the final results show again that the Midlands is home to the best in class.  Chapin, River Bluff, and Lexington won the top 3 spots.  The Wildcats were runners-up for the previous 2 seasons. Lexington’s performance can be viewed using the following link:  https://www.thestate.com/sports/other-sports/article221850675.html

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 19 – Nov 25

Nov 19 Girls Varsity Basketball at Spring Valley High School AC Flora Tip Off Classic 7:30 pm | AC Flora HS Nov 19 Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Strom Thurmond High School Lake Murray Tip Off 7:30 pm | Lexington High School Nov 20 Girls Varsity Basketball at Tba AC Flora Tip Off Classic TBA |

It’s State Championship Saturday!

In the Palmetto state’s Cheer world, today is Championship Saturday!  For the past 2 seasons Lexington has captured the runner-up position in the 5A finals meet.  They were state champions in 2013 and 2015.  They will be a heavy favorite to win it all again tonight at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia. Last week,

Heartbreaker: Panthers Eliminate Wildcats In OT

At Coastal Carolina’s Brooks Stadium on Friday evening, Lexington displayed the same character their fans had seen for the entire season, stick with the game plan and show up with high intensity on every play.  After 48 minutes of exciting action they had advanced to overtime in Round 1 of the 5A playoffs against Carolina

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 12 – Nov 18

Nov 17 Girls Varsity Competitive Cheer at 5A State Cheer Championship TBA | Colonial Life Arena Nov 17 Girls Varsity Basketball at Tba AC Flora Tipoff TBA | AC Flora HS

LISTEN: It’s Playoff Football Time!

Last Thursday night, Lexington completed their regular season with a 35-13 win over Batesburg-Leesville.  It was a game where Head Coach Perry Woolbright played many of his subs and junior varsity players.  Blake Knight turned in a solid performance at quarterback.  The Cats’ big running game was led by Ahmad Bynem-Scott and Carlton Finney.  Linebacker