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Bane, Sauls, And Jacobs Combine For No-Hitter Against Gray Collegiate

Thursday was another night when Lexington High School Baseball excelled in all facets of the game and won a lopsided contest 11-0 in five innings. There were many highlights in the ballgame, prime among them was a no-hitter by the Cat’s pitching staff.  Rhett Bane started for Lexington and worked four complete innings.  He gave

Dominant: #1 Lady Cats Blow Out White Knoll

The #1 ranked Lady Wildcats put on an impressive display of shooting and solid defense as they routed White Knoll by a final score of 6-1.  Lexington improved their overall season record to 15-0. The Cat offense was busy, accounting for 22 total shots in the match, 19 of those on goal.  By contrast, the

Solid Hitting, Defense, and Pitching Lead To 7-1 Win Over Flora

On Wednesday night, Lexington put the pieces together and cruised to 7-1 victory over AC Flora.  The Wildcats banged out seven hits and were error-free in the field.  On the mound, Jon Scott and Chase Williamson combined for a 3-hitter. The Cats got to work immediately in the home half of the first.  A hit

#1 Ranked Lady Cats Roll Over Chapin, 6-2

The Lady Wildcats are #1 in SC 4A Girl’s Soccer in the latest poll from the SC High School Soccer Coaches Association.  They are followed in the top 5 by 2) JL Mann, 3) Fort Mill, 4) Wando, and 5) Wade Hampton. On Tuesday evening at Wildcat Stadium, the ladies kept their season record perfect, improving

Girls Win 4 Games, Finish 3rd At Triple Crown Invitational

Triple Crown Invitational – Aiken, SC – Saturday, April 2 4/2, 8:55 AM Wando        2-7-0 Lexington    1-6-1 Lexington Singles: Shipley Yonkers, Autumn Garling, Jaci Fleming, Abby Welch, Aleah Waters, Ashley Jacoby 4/2, 10:50 AM Greenville    3-10-1 Lexington     9-10-1 Lexington Doubles: Courtney White, Autumn Garling, Ashley Jacoby HR: Abby Welch Wining Pitcher: Kayb Spalding 4/2, 4:10

Sports Physicals Scheduled For Sat. April 16th

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

All Teams Schedule: Week of April 4 – April 10

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Lexington High School, April 4 – April 10 MONDAY April 04, 2016 6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball @ AC Flora High School SCHEDULE 6:30 PM Boys Freshman Baseball vs. AC Flora High School SCHEDULE TUESDAY April 05, 2016 5:00 PM Boys Varsity TennisChrist Church SCHEDULE 5:30

Missed Opportunities: Cats Out-Hit Foes But Drop 2 Games

Heavy rain on Friday caused the cancellation of lay in the SC Diamond Invitational hosted by Blythewood High School.  This forced Lexington to play twice on Saturday.  Although the Wildcats outhit their competition in both games, missed opportunities led to a shortage of runs and resulted in two losses. Up first on Saturday were the Blythewood

Distance Runners Strong In Girl’s 6th Place Finish

13th Annual Father Kelly Classic, April 2 at Bishop England HS, Daniel Island Teams Order of Finish 1) Wando 157, 2) Summerville 119.5, 3) Woodland 79.5, 4) Cane Bay 57, 5) Bishop England 54.75, 6) Lexington 40, 7) Stratford 34, 8) Hanahan 29.75, 9) Palmetto Christian Academy 21.5, 10) Northwood Academy 18, 11) Ben Lippen

Boys Finish 5th In Father Kelly Classic

13th Annual Father Kelly Classic, April 2 at Bishop England HS, Daniel Island Boys Order of Finish 1) Hanahan 105.5 points, 2) Goose Creek 81, 3) Wando 74.5, 4) Stratford 68, 5) Lexington 67.5, 6) Bishop England 62.5, 7) Cane Bay 62, 8) Woodland 52, 9) Summerville 40, 10) Thomas Sumter Academy 20, 11) Fort