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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

Wildcats Fall To Warriors In Lower State Final

by Eric Shick After a very back and forth first set that saw the Wildcats lose 23-25 the Wando Warriors proved to be too much for the Wildcats.  The Warrior’s blocking and defense could not be overcome for the next 2 sets 10-25, 17-25. Lexington falls to Wando in the Lower State Championships for the

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 05 – Nov 11

Nov 06 Girls Varsity Volleyball vs. Wando High School 5A Lower State Final 6:00 pm | Lexington High School Nov 09 Boys Varsity Football vs. Tba 5A State Playoffs – Round 1 7:30 pm | TBA Nov 10 Girls Varsity Competitive Cheer at 5A State Qualifier TBA | River Bluff HS

A Big Day At The Races

One week ago, both the Wildcat boys and girls Cross Country teams qualified for the 5A State Championship races.  This Saturday morning, they joined 19 other 5A teams to race the 5 kilometer course at Sandhills Research Park in the final and biggest race of the season. The Lexington boys, led by sophomore Zander Jeffcoat

On To The Lower State Finals!

by Coach Eric Shick Lexington continued their run through the 5A Lower State bracket by eliminating Carolina Forest in straight sets on Thursday evening, 25-21, 25-10, 25-20.  The Wildcats rarely trailed in the match and were in control of each set. The Region 5 champions improved their overall season record to 36-7.  They will host

Cats Eliminate Trojans In Round 2!

by Coach Eric Shick The Wildcats beat the Trojans of James Island in 4 sets tonight 25-20, 25-20, 22-25, 25-20 at home in the 2nd round of the 5A state playoffs. Seniors Maggie Salley (outside hitter), Rae Stackley (Rightside HItter) and Middle Hitter, Natalie Maltry all played well on the offensive side of the ball. 

Boys and Girls Qualify For State Title Race!

On Saturday morning at the Mid State Qualifier, both Wildcat cross country teams punched their tickets to the state championship races this Saturday at the Sandhills Research Park. Mid State Qualifier Results Boy’s Team Top 6 of 16 Teams 1) Lexington:  61 2) Fort Mill:  87 3) Northwestern:  115 4) Blythewood:  140 5) Dutch Fork: 

Lexington Cruises Through Round 1!

by Coach Eric Shick On Friday evening, in Round 1 of the state playoffs,  the Lady Wildcats defeated St. James at home in 3 sets,   25-5, 25-18, 25-9.   Maggie Salley- senior outside hitter and Region 5 player of the year- had 12 kills, 7 aces, and 2 blocks.  Phoebe Perkins had 6 kills, and one

Lucky 13: Wildcats Are State Champs Again!

For the 3rd straight season and the 13th in the last 15, the Lady Wildcats are State Champions. At Mid Carolina Country Club on Monday and Tuesday, Lexington shot a 613, 27 strokes better than runner-up Blythewood.  Boiling Springs finished 3rd.  Sixteen teams qualified for the 5A state final match.  A total of 88 ladies