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Revenge at the MLK Bash: Lady Cats 51, Hornets 42!

At the Carolina Invitational one month ago, the Lexington Lady Wildcat fell to the Lower Richland Diamond Hornets by a 41-27 final.  They got another shot at the state’s 6th ranked 4A team at the MLK Bash held at Eau Claire High School.  In a tightly contested game between two of girl’s basketball’s powers, the

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 21 – Jan 27

Jan 21 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at River Bluff High School 5:30 pm | River Bluff HS Jan 22 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. River Bluff High School 6:00 pm | Lexington High School Jan 22 Boys Varsity Basketball vs. River Bluff High School 7:30 pm | Lexington High School Jan 23 Boys Freshman Basketball at

21 for the Cats! 1000 for Carver!

The Lexington boys made it back-to-back blowouts on Wildcat hardwood Friday evening.  The opener was a 53 point margin as the Lady Wildcats dismantled the Lady Eagles of Chapin, 86-33.  In the game Senior Olivia Thompson passed the 1700 career point plateau. There were more records in the nightcap.  By virtue of a dominating 68-39

Olivia Surpasses 1700 Points as Ladies Roll!

Lexington made quick work of Chapin for another Region 5 win by a 53-point margin, 86-33.  It was their highest point total of the season.  With the victory, the Lady Cats’ record stands at 14-4 and 2-1 in Region 5.  They are back on the court today (Saturday) at the MLK Bash at Eau Claire High

Seniors Lead Lexington to Region Win, 54-20

by Jai Couture It was Senior Night for Lexington Wrestling as they hosted Dutch Fork on Wednesday evening.  The team started slow but came back for a big win against their Region rival, 54-20.  All the seniors, Chance Kilcrease, Isaac Manning, Evan Clark, and Torren Hicks had a great night and each won by pin.

20 Straight! Cats 60, Foxes 55 in Key Region Matchup

The Lexington winning streak is now at 20 games, but more important to Coach Bailey Harris is the 2-0 mark of his Wildcats in Region 5 games.  “This is a tough region.  It’s a battle every night but these are the games that will help us reach our goals.” The Wildcats led by as many

Dutch Fork Edges Lexington Ladies

It was a tightly contested game between the Region’s top two teams on Tuesday evening at Lexington.  With Dutch Fork clinging to a 1-point halftime lead, the Wildcats took control in the 3rd quarter and built a margin of 6 points heading to the final frame.  But control of the game would change hands three more times

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 14 – Jan 20

Jan 14 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at Dutch Fork High School 5:30 pm | Dutch Fork High School Jan 14 Boys Freshman Basketball at Dutch Fork High School 6:30 pm | Dutch Fork High School Jan 14 Boys Junior Varsity Basketball at Dutch Fork High School 7:45 pm | Dutch Fork High School Jan 15

After 19 Games, Boys Still Perfect!

The 1995-1996 Wildcat squad closed their season with 19 straight victories, capturing a state title.  This year’s team has begun with 19 in a row after facing another non-region test at Pelion on Thursday evening.  Coach Harris was pleased with the Wildcats’ continued success, “I’m proud of my guys.  It was a very physical win over

Lady Wildcats Pounce on Panthers!

On Thursday night at Pelion, the Lady Wildcats scored early and often as they routed the Lady Panthers.  A 34-point halftime lead ended in a 50-point spread as Lexington won their 13th game, 78-28.  Their record now stands at 13-3 and 1-0 in Region play.  Up next are 4 consecutive Region 5 games, all at home, beginning