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Wildcats Eliminate Vikings In 4A Playoffs

Spring Valley and Lexington met Saturday afternoon as both teams fought to extend their seasons in the state 4A playoffs.  In their first games the Wildcats were beaten in a heartbreaker by Stratford while Spring Valley fell to Carolina Forest. Spring Valley struck first with an unearned run in the second inning.  Two hits and

Girl’s 4×800 Relay Team Wins Region Championship!

Region 5-4A Championship April 27, 2016 at Lexington High School Final Order of Finish White Knoll – 168 Irmo – 120 South Aiken – 81 Lexington – 63 River Bluff – 54 North Augusta – 33 Lexington Top 5 Finishes By Event 100m Dash: 4) Sabree Walker (Jr) 13.30 3200m: 4) Rachel Cousins (Soph) 12:37.56,

Boys’ Regular Season Finale: 4-1 Over RNE

Lexington completed their regular season at Richland Northeast on Thursday night with a 4-1 victory to improve their record to 11-12. The Cats got on the board in a hurry on a Sam Plumer shot at 2:25.  RNE answered at 25:43 with the tying goal.  The match went to halftime knotted at 1 apiece. The

Mission Accomplished: 22-0!

The regular season for the Lady Wildcat Soccer team ended at Blythewood on Thursday night with some unexpected drama.  It took nearly the entire match for Lexington to get the winning goal and complete their regular season with a perfect 22-0 record. As with most of the contests this season, the Cats significantly outshot their

Boy’s Track = Region Champions!

April 27, 2016 at Lexington High School Final Team Results Lexington – 135 River Bluff – 112 White Knoll – 98 South Aiken – 83 North Augusta – 55 Irmo – 39 Wildcat Top-5 Finishes By Event (Region Champions in Bold) 100m Dash: 2) David Pondexter (Jr) 11.43 1600m: 2) Trey McClary (Sr) 4:36.98, 4) Weston Hutto (Jr) 4:39.91, 5) Dan

Wildcats Hoist Lake Murray Cup…Again

Wildcat Golfers claimed the Lake Murray Cup for the second year in a row.  They were winners in each day on the courses. The competition covers three courses in three days with three formats of play.  Teams from Lexington, Dutch Fork, Chapin, and River Bluff met at Timberlake, Mid Carolina, and Country Club of Lexington

Tough Playoff Loss: Home Game Saturday vs. Spring Valley

In Game 1 of the 4A state playoffs, Lexington scored four runs on seven hits and had a 4-3 lead entering the bottom of the seventh.  Stratford managed just four hits and one earned run in the game but six errors and five walks allowed them to walk off with a 5-4 win. In a

State Playoffs, Game 1: Cats Scalp Warriors

Lexington scored four runs in the third inning of a scoreless game and added one more in the fourth.  That was all the offense they needed to defeat Wando in Game 1 of the 4A state softball playoffs. Kayb Spalding went the distance in the circle, allowing just one run on six hits while striking out seven.

21 And Counting! Ladies Shoot Past White Knoll

The Lady Timberwolves faced a barrage of shots the entire match on Tuesday night.  In the end, Lexington outshot their competition 24-3. A Callaway Grady shot for goal put Lexington on the scoreboard just 3:22 into the match.  Mary Katherine Waters got credit for the assist. Megan Classer’s unassisted goal put the Lady Wildcats up

Cats Outshoot Opposition But Come Up Short On Senior Night

After the Boy’s JV squad breezed to a 5-0 win over White Knoll, the home crowd at Wildcat Stadium honored the 2016 senior class: #18 Justin Berg, Defense #13 Hunter Behling, Midfield #1 Andrew Erlich, Goalie #2 Trey Mitchell, Forward #17 Bryce Holdman, Midfield #23 Brandon Ayer, Forward #15 Conley Waters, Midfield Shortly after the