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Boy’s Tennis Aces North Augusta In Region Opener

At North Augusta, the Wildcat Boy’s Tennis team blanked the Yellowjackets, 6-0.  Lexington travels to Aiken on Wednesday in a non-region match then hosts River Bluff on Thursday at 5:00 PM. Thomas Bryan (LEX) def. Jack Wells 6-1,  6-0 Rod Andrew (LEX) def. Blake Elam 6-1, 6-0 Santiago Perez (LEX) def. Sam Wilkes 6-1, 6-2 Alex

Cat Lacrosse Dominant Again; Defeat Chapin 13-1

Wildcat Lacrosse was dominant for the second game in a row and blew out the Chapin Eagles 13-1 Friday night at Lexington High School. Goaltender Robert Gallagher allowed just one score and registered 12 saves in the match. Scoring for Lexington was TA Whitlock with 2 goals and 3 assists, Sheldon Glisson with 1 goal,

Champs! Lexington Sweeps Through NaturChem Invitational

The first annual NaturChem Invitational, co-hosted by Lexington and River Bluff High Schools featured a competitive 12-team field from South Carolina.  Play opened on Thursday at both school’s baseball facilities and culminated in the championship game on Sunday afternoon at the Lexington County Baseball Stadium. After 3 days of play, the Wildcats were the lone

All Teams Schedule: Week of March 7 – March 13

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Lexington High School, March 7 – March 13 MONDAY March 07, 2016 6:00 PM Boys Freshman Baseball @ North Augusta High School SCHEDULE 6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs. North Augusta High School SCHEDULE TUESDAY March 08, 2016 5:00 PM Boys Varsity Tennis @ North Augusta

Lexington Co-Hosting NaturChem Invitational Baseball Tourney

Varsity baseball season begins today with the first pitch of the NaturChem Invitational, co-hosted by both Lexington and River Bluff High Schools.  12 teams are competing in the first annual event that will be played on the baseball complexes of both schools.  In addition to the hosts, teams include: Wren, AC Flora, Spring Valley, South

Boys Defeat Greenwood In PK’s

Lexington got on the board early in Wednesday evening’s Boy’s Soccer match.  Just 3 minutes in, a shot by Sam Plumer hit the post but Junior Kolin Fringer knocked the rebound in for his first goal of the year.  Later in the half, at 28 minutes, the Greenwood Eagles tied the game on a header. 

Lexington Blows Out Byrnes 14-4

Wildcat Lacrosse evened their season record at 1-1 with a decisive 14-4 win over the Byrnes Rebels Monday evening.  Robert Gallagher had a strong night in goal with 8 saves.  Leading the way for the Wildcat offense was Senior TA Whitlock with 4 goals and 1 assist.  Jake Vining, Tyler Wack, and Brian Guerra each

Boy’s Soccer Edged In PK’s By Spring Valley

Lexington Boy’s Soccer opened the 2016 season by raising over $5,000 and winning 3 of 4 in the annual Cats Kick Cancer tournament.  On Monday night they traveled to meet the Vikings of Spring Valley. Both teams played to a scoreless tie in the first half, but just 7 minutes into the 2nd, Spring Valley

All Teams Schedule: Week of February 29 – March 6

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Lexington High School, February 29 – March 6 MONDAY February 29, 2016 5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs. White Knoll High School SCHEDULE 5:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Soccer @ Spring Valley High School SCHEDULE 7:00 PM Boys Varsity Soccer @ Spring Valley High School SCHEDULE

Ladies Dominate River Bluff, Win Viking Cup

The Lady Wildcat soccer team had an early wakeup call on Sunday as they took on Academic Magnet in the semi-finals of the Viking Cup at 9:00 AM at Spring Valley High School.  The Lady Raptors advanced to the match by defeating the defending 4A State Champs, JL Mann.  Lexington earned their way with a