Lexington Girls Varsity Swimming

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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,

Wet Wildcats Ready To Make A Splash

In 2004, Lexington boys and girls won their first Regional swim titles.  It became an annual tradition.  10 in a row for the boys and 9 straight for the girls.  After a 3 year dry spell, Coach Foster Mathews and his Wildcat swimmers will work to get back to their winning ways when the 2016