Lexington Girls Varsity Cross Country

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A Big Day At The Races

One week ago, both the Wildcat boys and girls Cross Country teams qualified for the 5A State Championship races.  This Saturday morning, they joined 19 other 5A teams to race the 5 kilometer course at Sandhills Research Park in the final and biggest race of the season. The Lexington boys, led by sophomore Zander Jeffcoat

Boys and Girls Qualify For State Title Race!

On Saturday morning at the Mid State Qualifier, both Wildcat cross country teams punched their tickets to the state championship races this Saturday at the Sandhills Research Park. Mid State Qualifier Results Boy’s Team Top 6 of 16 Teams 1) Lexington:  61 2) Fort Mill:  87 3) Northwestern:  115 4) Blythewood:  140 5) Dutch Fork: 

Boys Race To 11th Straight Region Title!

5A Region 5 Championship Races, October 17, Lexington High School Individual Champion:  Jaden Kingsley, Chapin, 16:11 Team Champion: Lexington Team Order of Finish 1) Lexington (28) 2) River Bluff (41) 3) Dutch Fork (80) 4) Chapin (106) 5) White Knoll (126) Lexington Individuals 2) Zander Jeffcoat, 16:20 (All-Region) 3) William Johnson, 16:25 (All-Region) 6) Heath

Boys Win 11th Straight County Title! Girls Finish 2nd!

Boys Team Order of Finish 1) Lexington 2) River Bluff 3) Dutch Fork 4) White Knoll 5) Chapin 6) Pelion 7) Gray Collegiate 8) Gilbert 9) Swansea Boys Top 15 Individuals – All County 1) William Johnson (Lexington) 2) Jaden Kingsley (Chapin) 3) Zander Jeffcoat (Lexington) 4) Heath McDonald (Lexington) 5) Chris Conrick (River Bluff)

Ava Fowler: All-State XC Runner!

On November 4th at the 5A Cross Country State Championship race, the Lexington boys finished 5th while the girls ended up in 13th. The highlight of the races for Wildcat fans was the performance of freshman Ava Fowler.  She crossed the line in 9th place overall in a field of 147 runners and was named to the

Boys And Girls Qualify For State Championship Races!

Lexington Boy’s and Girl’s Cross Country teams raced Saturday in the Mid State Qualifier.  The mission was to finish as a top 7 team, and punch a ticket to the State Championship races next Saturday, November 4 and the Sandhills Research Park.  For both teams it was “mission accomplished.”  Wildcat boys captured 1st place, while the girls

XC Teams Sweep!

On Wednesday afternoon, the Wildcat Boy’s and Girl’s Cross Country teams raced at Crooked Creek Park in Chapin and both emerged with dominating victories.  The teams will compete again at the 5A Mid State Qualifier on October 28 at the Sandhills Research Park.  The Wildcats will hope to advance to the 5A State Championship races

Boys 1st, Girls 2nd In Run Hard Invitational Races!

Run Hard Invitational 10/7 at Lexington High School Conditions:  Rain, 81 degrees Boy’s Team Order of Finish (6 teams) 1) Lexington (20 points) 2) Stratford (67) 3) Dutch Fork (83) 4) South Aiken (114) 5) Wando 2nd Team (115) 6) Heathwood Hall (167) Boy’s Individual Champion Zakiah Bassett, South Aiken, 16:47 Lexington Boys (with overall

Boys Win 10th Straight County XC Title! Girls 2nd!

On Wednesday evening at Lexington, the Wildcat boys captured their 10th consecutive county championship.  Down the stretch, both William Johnson and Thomas Sutcliffe sprinted by Chapin’s Jaden Kingsley to secure the Cat win.  Chapin finished second in the field that also included River Bluff, Dutch Fork, Pelion, White Knoll, Gray Collegiate, and Brookland-Cayce. Dutch Fork

State XC: A Big Day At The Races!

Wildcat Cross Country teams wrapped up impressive seasons with strong performances in the 5A State Championship races.  Lexington boys finished 3rd while the girls were 8th.  19 teams previously qualified to compete in both the boy’s and girl’s races. Riverside High School won state championships in both races.  Lexington’s Weston Hutto was named All-State by virtue of his