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Offense Springs To Life In 6-3 Win Over Vikings

On Wednesday night, Lexington managed just 4 hits in a 2-0 loss against Lugoff Elgin, the state’s 4th ranked team.  One day later, the offense produced 6 runs on 12 hits in a 6-3 win at Spring Valley. The Lady Wildcats scored two runs in the second inning followed by two in each the third

Wildcat Boys Run, Jump, Throw To Track Win

The Lexington Boys won a home track and field meet Wednesday against a 6-team field.  The Wildcats totaled 189 points to easily outpace second place Lower Richland who scored 120.  Pelion finished 3rd with 102 points.  Strom Thurmond was 4th (61 points) followed by Gilbert (30 points) and Battery Creek (19 points). Lexington Top Finishers

Lexington Nets Another 4-2 Win Over River Bluff

On March 10, Lexington defeated River Bluff 4-2, falling only at 2nd and 5th singles.  Ditto that for Wednesday night at the Wildcats improved their record to 9-2 and upped their Region mark to 5-1.  They play at Irmo Thursday and will host South Aiken next Wednesday with a chance to tie for the Region

Fringer and Plumer Shoot Lexington Past North Augusta, 4-1

The Lexington Wildcats earned an important Region win on Tuesday night as they outshot and defeated North Augusta 4-1.  They improved their overall record to 10-8 and are 4-2 in Region play. The Cats put 12 shots on goal but could not get a scored until junior Kolin Fringer found the net 34:40 into the

17-0! Lexington Ladies Overwhelm North Augusta

The script looked familiar.  The state’s #1 ranked team scored early, piled on the offense, and cruised to a commanding victory.  This time the final score was 6-0 at North Augusta.  Lexington is now 17-0 and 6-0 in Region matches. 6:35 into the game sophomore Megan Classer got the first of two goal on the

Crucial Region Win: Lexington Over South Aiken, 6-2

Junior Jon Scott pitched a gem into the 7th inning Tuesday night before Rhett Bane relieved him and closed out South Aiken with a strikeout.  Scott went 6 2/3 innings, giving up 2 runs (1 earned), recording 9 strikeouts, and getting credit for the win in a crucial Region game against South Aiken. With the

Lexington Shuts Out Dorman

Lexington vs. Dorman @ Lexington Lexington 6 – Dorman 0 Thomas Bryan (LHS) def. Will Graham (D) 6-4, 7-5 Rod Andrew beat (LHS) def. Drew Hrubala (D) 3-6, 6-4, 10-8 Will Horton (LHS) def. Justin Dang (D) 7-6, 6-3 Nick Neal (LHS) def. David Hrubala (D) 6-2, 6-3 Santiago Perez-Shillington (LHS) def. Brad Owen (D) 6-2, 6-2 Justin Harris & Hector

All Teams Schedule: Week of April 11 – April 17

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Lexington High School, April 11 – April 17 MONDAY April 11, 2016 TBA Boys Varsity GolfHurricane Invitational SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Dorman High School SCHEDULE 6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball @ South Aiken High School SCHEDULE 6:00 PM Boys Freshman Baseball vs. South

Sports Physicals Scheduled For Sat. April 16

Wildcat athletes needing a sports physical are urged to get them completed at Lexington High School on Saturday, April 16th in the Old Gym.  Physicals for Girls will begin at 8:00 AM with Boys starting at 8:45 AM. PLEASE BE SURE TO COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING: Fill out the “Sports Physical Form” and bring to LHS

Still Perfect: Lady Wildcats Shut Out Cardinal Newman For 16th Season Win

Less than 1 minute into the match Friday evening, Cardinal Newman put a shot on goal that was saved by Lexington’s Junior keeper, Maggie Carpenter.  The Cardinals also recorded the second shot on goal just 2 minutes later.  It was also turned away by Carpenter.  That was the last scoring chance for the opposition. The