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Calling All Lady Wildcat Golfers

Practice for the 2016 Lady Wildcat Golf season will begin on August 8th from 5:00-7:00 at the Country Club of Lexington.  All participants must have a physical after April 1, 2016 to participate.  If you are interested in being a part of the team, please contact Coach Smith at cbsmith@lexington1.net. Lexington will enter the 2016 season

2015-16: Another Great Year To Be A Wildcat!

Congratulations to the Lexington High School Athletic Department staff, coaches, and student athletes for an outstanding 2015-16 sports season!  And of course, thanks to the our fans for your support!  Twenty Wildcat Varsity teams competed in the post-season and many of those recorded memorable performances.  Here’s a quick recap: Region Champions Girl’s Tennis Girl’s Golf Football Cheerleading

84 Days Till Kickoff: Football Schedule Released

Lexington will enter the 2016 football season as a defending region champion and the state runner-up.  After losing the opener to Westside, the Wildcats won 13 consecutive games including playoff wins against Fort Mill and Blythewood, and an upset victory on the road over nationally ranked Spartanburg before falling in the state championship game. The 2016 season will

Register Now For Sports Camps

Lexington High School Athletics is proud to again offer the following sports camps.  For registration forms click on “Cat HQ” on the home page of lexingtonwildcats.com.  Select “Sports Camps” from the pull-down menu.  After each camp description, you can click on the camp flyer for complete details and registration information. Baseball Advanced Hitting: June 13-14,

Golfers Finish 3rd In State Tournament!

Furman University Golf Club – Par 72 May 16-17 Top 10 Teams (1) Boiling Springs:  904 (2) Gaffney:  915 (3) Lexington:  942 (4) North Augusta:  946 (5) Dorman:  950 (6) Wando:  953 (7) Bluffton:  957 (8) South Aiken:  961 (9) Dutch Fork:  962 (10) Blythewood:  965 Top 3 Individuals (1) Jordan Warnock, Dorman, 69-65-73 = 207 

Cats In Contention After 2 Rounds

The State 4A Golf Championship teed off on Monday with eight qualifying teams from the Upper State and eight from the Lower State.  The 2016 competition is being held at the par 72 Furman University Golf Club. Golfers played two rounds on Day 1 and will play the final 18 holes on Day 2. Team Standings (After 36

Replay: The Golden Goal!

In post game interviews Saturday, Coach Chris Fryland proudly commented on how his squad hung tough when things looked difficult.  Playing from behind was uncharted territory for his Lady Wildcats, especially on a day when both defenses were stingy.  Lexington was forced to penalty kicks twice this season to decide matches.  But that was back in February.  Since two PK wins

All Teams Schedule: Week of May 16 – May 22

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Lexington High School, May 16 – May 22 MONDAY May 16, 2016 TBA Boys Varsity Golf4A State Championship SCHEDULE TUESDAY May 17, 2016 No events happening WEDNESDAY May 18, 2016 No events happening THURSDAY May 19, 2016 No events happening FRIDAY May 20, 2016 No events happening

Wildcats Shine In Day 2 Of State Meet

The State Championship Track and Field competition began Friday afternoon at Spring Valley High School.  On that evening, the Lexington Boy’s 4×800 Relay team of Trey McClary, Dan Bell, Bradford Smith, and Will Bugeski scored an impressive finishing time of 8:00.84.  It was good enough for 4th place, an All-State performance. On Day 2, more

FANTASTIC FINISH!

In the 105th minute of the Girl’s 4A State Championship match, players on both teams had slowed from the effects of an 85 degree day on an artificial surface.  Lexington and the defending state champ J.L. Mann finished the game tied 1-1 and were both unable to score in two 10-minute overtime periods.  Now it was sudden