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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

4×800 Relay Finishes 4th In State!

On Day 1 of the Track and Field State Championships, Lexington ended the day in 9th place overall of 19 teams who scored points.  The meet, being held at Spring Valley, concludes Saturday. The highlight of the Wildcat performances on Friday was a 4th Place, All-State finish by the 4×800 Relay team of Dan Bell, Trey McClary, Bradford

Are You Ready For A Soccer Championship?

At a school rich with world-class high school athletics and dozens of state championship seasons, Lexington has never won a soccer State Championship.  The girls last played in a state final in 2007 when they were defeated in a controversial match against Wando.  The boys narrowly fell to Irmo in 2013 after scoreless overtime periods and

Big Green Wave 5th Ends Wildcat Season

In a tight elimination game Wednesday evening at home, Summerville erupted for five runs in the fifth inning and Lexington couldn’t recover, falling 9-2. What started off as a challenging season ended with an overall record of 19-13, a District championship, and one of six 4A teams remaining in the state tournament before play began

Ladies Play Wednesday To Stay Alive

It’s down to 6 teams for the 4A Softball State Championship, 3 from the Upper State (Mann, Lugoff-Elgin, Byrnes) and 3 from the Lower State (Lexington, Summerville, and Stratford). On Wednesday evening, the Lady Wildcats hope to see a big supportive crowd at home as they take to the diamond again in an elimination game against

NEXT STOP: STATE FINALS!

Lexington dominated the first half Monday night against James Island.  They outshot the Trojans 11-1.  They shot four times on goal, once by Siera Kirby and three times by Megan Classer.  But at the halftime break, the large crowd was anxiously witnessing a scoreless match, as the Cats looked to win the Lower State and punch

Cats Suffer Playoff Loss; Home Game On Wednesday

Lexington played well Monday night but missed key scoring opportunities as they fell to Stratford in Game 2 of the Lower State Final 4.  The Lady Wildcats will host Summerville in an elimination game on Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM.  They will need to defeat Summerville then win two games at Stratford on Friday night

Golfers Qualify For State Final Tournament

On Monday at Westcott Plantation in Summerville, Lexington golfers were part of a 16-team field competing for the Lower State title and 8 tickets to the State Championship Tournament.  The Wildcats finished 6th and secured a spot in the finale to be held next Monday and Tuesday, May 16 and 17 at Furman University. State Championship Qualifiers

Tennis Season Ends In Lower State Semi’s

Lower State Playoffs – 3rd round Lexington 3 West Florence 4 Thomas Bryan (LHS) def. Andrew Halus 6-1, 6-1 Burns Grich (WFH) def. Rod Andrew 6-3, 6-2 Will Horton (LHS) def. Hale Emerson 6-2, 6-3 Mason McLamb (WFH) def. Nick Neal 6-3, 4-6, 10-8. Wyatt Emerson (WFH) def. Alex Fellers 6-1, 6-2 Thomas Bryan &