Lexington Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 11 - 8
  • Conference Record: 1 - 5
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Cats Roll Past Timberwolves!

Lexington boys earned an important Region win on Tuesday evening as they outlasted White Knoll.  The Timberwolves kept it close in the early going, even taking the lead on three occasions but the Wildcats held them to just 16 points in the second half to close out the victory, 56-42. Lexington was led by Mason

Boys Sink Saluda, 73-54!

On Saturday afternoon, Lexington dominated play most of the way and earned their 11th win of the season over the Saluda Tigers by a final of 73-54.  Tyler Reed netted a career high 25 points to lead the Cats.  Reed hit 7 two-pointers, 1 three-ball and was 8 of 8 from the free throw line. 

Cats Outfox Dutch Fork!

The Lady Wildcats picked up their 10th win on Friday evening, with a 64-51 decision over Dutch Fork.  Lexington jumped off to an early lead and built a 17 point margin at halftime. Junior Olivia Thompson netted a career-high 36 points.  She now has 1131 as a Wildcat.  Senior Alanna Langford scored 11.  Mallory Nichols

Cat Stats: Basketball Scoring Leaders

Girl’s Varsity Basketball (after 14 games) Overall Record:  9-5 Region Record:  1-2 Points Per Game:  Lexington 54.3, Opponents 48.4 Individual Scoring Leaders Olivia Thompson:  273 points, 21.0 points per game, 1095 career points Alanna Langford:  163 points, 11.6 PPG Brooke Foulks:  81 points, 5.8 PPG Chelsea Davis:  74 points, 5.3 PPG Ayanna Langford:  74 points,

Tonight’s Basketball Games Rescheduled

Due to the threat of winter weather today and tonight, the Girl’s and Boy’s home basketball games against Saluda High School have been rescheduled.  They will be played at Lexington High School on Saturday afternoon with the girls tipping off at 2:00 PM and the boys scheduled to start at 3:30. Wildcat teams will play

Wildcats Win Modie Risher Classic!

Over the holidays, Lexington bested an 8-team field en route to winning the championship game of the Modie Risher Classic at Burke High School in Charleston. Modie Risher was a coach and educator at Burke for more than 3 decades, having graduated from there in 1946.  He passed away last year at the age of

Cats Claw Past Vikings!

The Lexington boys opened Region 5 play on Tuesday with a come-from-behind win over Spring Valley, 58-54.  The Wildcats are now 7-3 overall and 1-0 in Region play. A very athletic and physical Viking squad got off to a quick start but the Cats stayed close as the score was 30-24 in favor of Spring

Coach Bailey Harris Wins #600!

The Lexington Wildcats are 6-3 so far in the 2017-18 season as they prepare for Region play.  The sixth win, a 66-39 final over Queensland on Friday afternoon will go down in history as the 600th of Head Coach Bailey Harris’ career. For Coach Harris, it is his 31st year at the helm of the Lexington High School basketball program

A Day With The Aussies!

On Friday afternoon, Lexington hosted the Queensland Boomerangs from the city of Brisbane in Australia.  The Boomerang travel program included varsity boys, varsity girls, JV boys, and freshman boys teams. Boomerang players, staff, and parents began their US tour in Washington DC nearly 3 weeks ago and have mixed basketball games with free time.  They

Boys Cruise Past Capitols, 74-48!

After a close first quarter, Lexington exploded for 24 points in the second while holding their opponents to just 7 as they cruised past the Columbia Capitols, 74-48.  The Cat scoring was led by Bradley Foulks with 16.  Jack Vandergeest added 14 points while Mason Carver and Jonathan Corley each contributed 10. With the win,