Lexington Girls Varsity Swimming

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Swimmers Open Season With Region Wins

The Wildcat Swim teams opened their 2017 seasons by hosting Region foes Irmo and Blythewood.  The Boys won both meets while the Girls earned 1 win in 2 tight contests.  The teams will compete next in the Blue Devil Invitational this weekend at the USC natatorium. Boys (9/7) Lexington 103 Irmo 67 Boys (9/13) Lexington

Swimmers Finish With Strong State Performances!

by Wynee Rich Lexington swimmers competed in the 5A State Championship meet on Friday at the University of South Carolina natatorium. The girls finished in 12th place overall out of 29 teams. Captain Maggie Halloran led the scoring with 4th place finishes in her 200 and 500 freestyle events, setting new team records in both

Boys Swim To Region Title! Girls 3rd!

by Wynee Rich Wildcat Boys Varsity Swimming had reason to celebrate on Saturday as they reclaimed their Region 5 Championship title in Augusta, topping tough opponents River Bluff and Spring Valley, by a score of  230 – 201 – 190. The Girls, with added depth from a year ago, swam well, placing third in a close battle

Swim Teams Split With River Bluff

by Wynee Rich The rivalry between the Wildcats and Gators lived up to its hype Wednesday night at the Country Club of Lexington for the last regular dual meet of the season. Seniors Nathaniel Fournel, Seth Kurtz, Austin Rich, Kyle Williams, Jesse Zhao, Jason Le, Alexandra Prost, Rebecca Winiaski, Victoria Randolph, and Maggie Halloran were

Swimmers Strong At Blue Devil Invitational!

by Wynee Rich Wildcat swimmers competed on Sunday in the Dreher Blue Devil Invitational against 15 other high schools from across the state. The Girls finished with a strong 4th place finish behind Dorman, River Bluff, and South Aiken. The Boys finished 2nd to River Bluff by just 9 points. The top 10 finishers in each event scored

Wet Wildcats Win Again!

by Wynee Rich The Wet Wildcats continued their winning ways at Spring Valley on Tuesday night. The Girls improved to 3-1 on the season by defeating the Lady Vikings by a score of 90.5-79.5. The Wildcat Boys took Spring Valley to the wall: 99-71. The boys remain undefeated at 4-0. Notable Wins for the Wildcats: Maggie

Cats Leave Bengals In Their Wake

by Wynee Rich The Boys and Girls Wildcat Varsity swim teams came away with impressive victories in their dual meet against Blythewood last Wednesday night at Columbia Country Club. The Wildcat Girls left the Bengals in their wake by a score of 106-61, improving to 2-1 on the season. The Boys surged to a 106-66 finish, remaining undefeated in

Swimmers Split With Irmo

Varsity Boys Swimming defeated Irmo at home on Thursday night by a score of 106-64, moving to 2-0 on the season. The girls kept it close in a narrow loss to the Jackets, 93-77, falling to 1-1. Lexington showcased a number of impressive individual wins.  For the girls, Captain Maggie Halloran, Shannon Shealey and Riley Hardy

Swimmers Make Statement At The Yellow Jacket Invitational

by Wynee Rich The Boys and Girls Varsity Swimmers competed Saturday at the Yellow Jacket Invitational in Augusta along with 17 other teams.  The Lady Wildcats performed well, scoring 132 points to earn a 7th place finish, and the boys made an early season statement, finishing 2nd to Fort Mill with 256 points, 3 points

Cats Dunk Foxes In Opening Meet!

by Wynee Rick and Tara Kurtz The Boys and Girls Wildcat Varsity swim teams opened the season with dominating wins over Dutch Fork on Wednesday night at Quail Valley. The Girls defeated the Silver Foxes by a score of  100.5 – 69.5. The Boys outscored Dutch Fork, 112 – 57. Individual Wins for the Wildcats: Maggie Halloran,