Lexington Boys Freshman Basketball

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Cats Suffer First Region Loss

Friday night hoops featured a matchup of 2 of the top teams in Region 5.  Lexington jumped out to an early lead but Dutch Fork played a complete game on their floor, excelling in shooting, rebounding, and ball control.  With just 5 minutes to play, the Foxes had only turned the ball over twice.  The

Wildcats Shoot Past Aussies, 81-55

In the early going Wednesday evening, it looked as though the McKinnon Cougars from Melbourne, Australia would pose a challenge for the Wildcats.  But soon, it was apparent that Lexington had the superior shooters and would light up the scoreboard.  By halftime, aided by 6 three pointers from Darius Bryant, the Cats were up by

Friday Game Times Changed Due To Weather Concerns

Due to the possibility of snow, sleet, and freezing rain on Friday evening, tip off times will be earlier than originally scheduled.  Both the Girls and Boys will play at Dutch Fork, however the Girls will now begin at 4:30 PM with the Boy’s game immediately following at 6:00 PM.

Cat Stats: Boy’s And Girl’s Scoring Leaders

Boy’s Basketball Season Record:  14-2 (MaxPreps National Rank: 373, MaxPreps SC 5A Rank: 1) Region Record:  3-0 Average Points Per Game:  Lexington 67, Opponents 55 Darius Bryant:  400 points, average 25 per game (16 games) Caleb Shackleford:  192 points, average 12 per game (16 games) Will Haney:  150 points, average 10 per game (15 games) Tyler Reed: 

Big Red Outlast Cats In High Scoring Tourney Final

In the Sandestin Beach Blowout championship game on Friday night, Lexington ran into a red-hot Hughes Big Red team who struck for 13 three-pointers on the way to an 81-74 decision over Lexington.  Hughes, of Cincinnati, Ohio claimed the Sandestin championship.  The Wildcats, winners of the tournament in their only other appearance in 2013, earned

Finale In Florida! Cats Shoot For Tourney Championship

On Thursday evening at the Sandestin Beach Blowout, the shots were not falling for Lexington in the first half of play.  The Wildcats scored an uncharacteristically low 8 points in the 1st quarter and just 3 in the second, however their opponents, the Paxton (FL) Bobcats didn’t fare much better.  The halftime score was 16-11 in

On To The Sandestin Semi’s: Lexington 77, White Plains (AL) 67

On Wednesday night at the Sandestin Beach Blowout, Lexington jumped out to an early lead and twice ran the advantage to 20 points.  But White Plains (AL) clawed back each time, trimming the deficit to single digits.  Lexington’s solid shooting, good ball control, and production from the free throw line fought off the late challenge as they

Round 1: Lexington Downs Maclay (FL), 58-49

Lexington opened up play in the Sandestin Beach Basketball Blowout with a 58-49 win over the Marauders of Maclay High School from Talahassee, FL. It wasn’t the usual brand of basketball Wildcat fans have seen so far this season.  The Cats offensive effort was plagued by turnovers.  Maclay also won the rebounding battle, many times

Follow Wildcat Hoops In FL Holiday Tournament!

Wildcat Girl’s and Boy’s basketball teams are competing in the 22nd Annual Hilton Sandestin Beach Basketball Blowout beginning on December 27 in Freeport, FL and running to the 30th.  Freeport is located just minutes from the beaches of Destin, Fort Walton, and Miramar on the panhandle. Lexington Boys (11-1) will begin play against the Maclay

Cat Stats: Boy’s And Girl’s Scoring Leaders

Boy’s Basketball Season Record:  11-1 Region Record:  3-0 Average Points Per Game (12 games):  Lexington 69, Opponents 54 Leading Scorers Darius Bryant:  315 points, average 26 points per game (12 games) Caleb Shackleford:  139 points, average 12 points per game (12 games) Will Haney:  107 points, average 10 points per game (11 games) Tyler Reed: