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And The Hits Continue: Cats 13 Jackets 0

After lighting up the scoreboard Saturday for 16 runs, the Wildcat bats were hot again Tuesday evening, defeating Irmo 13-0 on a 15-hit attack. Lexington got to work immediately in the home half of the 1st with 3 straight hits resulting in Dalton Lansdowne and courtesy runner Nick Graves crossing the plate. In the Lexington

Demons Deal Loss To Wildcats, 4-1

After threatening in the first inning Monday night at Lugoff Elgin, Lexington’s scored in the 2nd on an RBI single by Jaci Fleming to give the Cats a 1-0 lead.  But the Demons answered with 2 runs on 2 singles and a Wildcat error to go up 2-1 after 2. Lexington runners advanced to 2nd base in both the

Wildcats Net Straight-Sets Shutout Of Aiken

Wildcat Tennis made it a quick evening at home Monday against Aiken.  The Lexington boys won all 12 sets against the Hornets, en route to a 6-0 team shutout.  They are now 5-1 overall and 3-1 in Region matches.  The Wildcats return to Region play when they meet White Knoll away on Tuesday and return home to play North

Gallagher And Whitlock Lead 17-7 Rout Of Irmo

The outcome was never in doubt Saturday afternoon at Irmo.  Lexington Lacrosse took a 4-1 first quarter lead and widened it to 7-2 at halftime.  The Wildcats added 10 more goals in the second half to get the win 17-7 in the season’s first Region match. Senior Goaltender Robert Gallagher faced a volley of 25

All Teams Schedule: Week of March 21 – March 27

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Lexington High School, March 21 – March 27 MONDAY March 21, 2016 5:00 PM Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Aiken High School SCHEDULE 5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball @ Lugoff Elgin SCHEDULE 6:00 PM Boys Freshman Baseball vs. Dutch Fork High School SCHEDULE 6:00 PM Boys Junior

Cats Bats Turbocharged In 16-3 Win Over Northeast (FL)

Northeast (FL)     0  0  0      3  0       3   –  3   –  1 Lexington            5  1  0     10  x      16  – 12  –  1     WP Noah Davis   In their past 4 games, the Wildcats struggled at the plate, scoring a total of only 2 runs.  Saturday they hosted a 10-3 Northeast High School Viking team from St. Petersburg, FL, on a 4-game trip to South

Flurry Of 2nd Half Goals Leads To Dominating Win Over Irmo

The Lady Wildcats found themselves in unfamiliar territory Friday night at Irmo High School.  Irmo got on the scoreboard first with a goal late in the first half to take a 1-0 lead.  Just over 5 minutes later a shot from Maggie Schopp found the net to tie it at 1.  She was assisted by

Led By Light and White, Cats Swamp Gators

8th grade pitcher Alli Light retired the first 17 River Bluff batters she faced Friday night.  The perfect game was spoiled with 2 outs in the 6th inning when the Gators hit 3 consecutive singles, their only hits and base runners of the game.  Light earned the shutout 8-0 win as Lexington controlled the game

All Wildcats In Friday Night Match With Irmo

A strong Lexington defensive effort limited Irmo to just a single shot and none on goal on Friday evening at Wildcat Stadium.  Lexington won the match by a 3-0 final score and improved to 7-4 overall and 2-1 in Region. The Cats got on the scoreboard just 7 minutes in when Sam Plummer found the

Offense Explodes For 15 Runs In Defeat Of Gilbert

In the bottom of the 6th, Kayb Spalding doubled to centerfield scoring Shipley Yonkers and Mackenzie Carver.  That ended the ballgame via the 10-run rule and capped a big offensive night for the Lady Wildcats against the Gilbert Indians. In the bottom of the 3rd inning, with the Cats clinging to a 2-1 lead, Lexington