Lexington Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 6 - 5
  • Conference Record: 2 - 2

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Listen Live! Lexington Football vs. AC Flora On Thursday

This week Lexington clashes with the Falcons of AC Flora in a rare Thursday night varsity football game at Memorial Stadium in Columbia. The Wildcats played well on the road in the season opener defeating West Florence 34-13 last Friday.  Flora was defeated at Woodruff 36-24 in their opener. The Wildcat Sport Net will provide

34-13! One Down. Flora Up Next On Thursday

After the opening game of the 2016 season on Friday night, Coach Josh Stepp talked to his players about consistent execution, minimizing mistakes, and avoiding costly penalties.  He also celebrated a win, the 14th in the last 15 games.  It was a game where the Lexington offense amassed 37 points on 333 yards.  On the

More Pre-Season Football!

During their scrimmage Tuesday evening against Mauldin, Lexington corrected some of the mistakes that plagued them against Dorman, but according to Coach Josh Stepp, “we need to continue to get better every day between now and next Friday.  While our tackling improved, we still need to do better to reach our goals.”  Some highlights from the

Cats And Cavs Meet In Saturday Morning Scrimmage

Coach Josh Stepp and his coaching staff continue to make preparations for the season opener in less than 2 weeks.  The defending 4A state runners-up will travel to Florence on August 19th to face the Knights of West Florence High School. On Saturday morning a big crowd watched Lexington scrimmage Dorman under sunny skies and

Pigskin Preview: 15 Days Till Kickoff!

On a chilly December night at Wofford’s Gibbs Stadium, the Wildcats kicked a field goal to take a lead on the nationally ranked Spartanburg Vikings in the state semifinals.  With seconds remaining, they defended a kickoff and one play from scrimmage to earn the upset victory and punch a ticket the 4A State Championship game. 

84 Days Till Kickoff: Football Schedule Released

Lexington will enter the 2016 football season as a defending region champion and the state runner-up.  After losing the opener to Westside, the Wildcats won 13 consecutive games including playoff wins against Fort Mill and Blythewood, and an upset victory on the road over nationally ranked Spartanburg before falling in the state championship game. The 2016 season will