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Summer Camps Announced For Basketball, Football, Wrestling

Attention aspiring Wildcat athletes! Basketball, Football, and Wrestling Summer Camps have been announced for June and July.  Click on the links below for registration forms.  Information for additional sports camps will be available soon. Basketball Camp Session 1:  June 11-14 for ages 6-13 Session 2:  June 11-14 for rising 8th-10th graders Boys Basketball Camp 2018

LISTEN LIVE: Lexington Baseball at White Knoll Friday Evening

On Friday evening, the Region 5 Champion Lexington Wildcats (17-5) (9-2) travel to White Knoll for the final game of the regular season. This game will be broadcast LIVE on the Wildcat Sports Net.  The pre-game show starts at 6:45 PM with first pitch scheduled for 7:00. Below is your free link to this game. Lexington Varsity Baseball at

Region Champions!

Lexington pitcher Jonathan Howlett followed up a no-hitter against Flora last week with a strong, 3-hit shutout to give Lexington the Region 5 title.  It is the 16th Region championship since 1990 and the 1st since the Cats won 3 consecutive in 2012, 2013, and 2014.  Howlett went the distance, striking out 13 Blythewood hitters. 

Pearce’s Homer Gives Cats Comeback Win!

Before a Senior Night crowd, the Region-leading Wildcats struggled to put anything together offensively for 4 innings.  White Knoll scored two runs in the 3rd inning on a double, two singles, and a Lexington error.  They added three more in the 5th inning to take a 5-0 lead on a walk, a double, and another

Region Champs Again! Waters’ Hat Trick Leads Lexington

For the fourth consecutive season, the Lexington Lady Wildcats have won a Region Championship.  On Friday evening at Dutch Fork, the Cat defense shut out the Foxes who did not manage a single shot on goal. Lexington started the scoring at 15:04 when Mary Katherine Waters got the first of her three goals off an

Montgomery’s Walk-off Wins It For The Wildcats!

Through seven innings, both pitchers, Allie Light of Lexington and Morgan Scott of Dutch Fork, held their opposition scoreless.  The Lady Foxes threatened in the top of the eighth with two singles but stranded runners at second and third.  In the home half, Sarah Gordon led off with a single to right field.  Denaud Santini followed with an

Region Champs: Boy’s Tennis Wins Again!

April 12th Lexington vs. Dutch Fork Lexington won 5-1 Region record-10-0 Overall record-13-1 1 singles- Justin Huynh d. Daniel Mahoney(Lex) 6-3, 6-2 2 singles-  Zack Howard (Lex) d. Kevin Yang 6-7 (1-7), 6-1, 10-1 3 singles- Hampton Cope (Lex) d. Ryan Lubaczewski 6-2,7-5 4 singles- Patrick Cronin (Lex) d. Gavin Williams 6-1,6-4 5 singles- Mehul