Lexington Boys Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 14 - 13 - 1
  • Conference Record: 5 - 6

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Register For Wildcat Summer Sports Camps

The Lexington High School Athletic Department is excited to offer the following summer camps.  Click on the links for additional information including cost, location, and equipment.  This information can also be found by starting at the lexingtonwildcats.com home page and clicking “More” in the menu bar followed by “Wildcat HQ” and “2019 Sports Camps” Baseball

Grades 5-8: Wildcat Baseball Winter Camp

The Wildcat baseball team will present an Advanced Winter Camp from January 14-16 at Lexington High School.  This camp is designed for 5th-8th graders who want the experience of participating in a high school practice environment. Areas of instruction to be covered: 1. Fundamental position drills 2. Drills, mechanics, and arm care for pitchers 3.

Great Runs By Baseball, Softball!

A similar storyline played out on the baseball and softball fields on Wednesday evening as Wildcat teams were eliminated in their respective Lower State brackets.  Both Lexington teams got good pitching performances from their aces but were unable to produce the needed offensive support as they were shut out by stellar pitching from the opposition.

LISTEN LIVE: Lexington Baseball at River Bluff For Lower State Title

Join us on Wednesday evening as Lexington (22-7) and River Bluff (22-7) play for the 5A Lower State Baseball Title!  Lexington must win 2 games to advance to the 5A State Championship Series. These games will be broadcast on the Wildcat Sports Net with Game 1 airing at 5:20 PM.  Should Lexington win Game 1,

Stayin’ Alive: Lexington Eliminates Wando, 5-3!

Moving into the late innings, Wildcats were struggling to get base runners.  At the same time, with a 3-0 lead, Wando was playing well defensively.  It looked as though the 2018 baseball season was coming to en end.  Then came the home half of the 5th inning. Austin Pearce led off with a base on

Big Monday For Wildcat Sports!

Monday May 7th will be a busy day for Wildcat sports with 5 varsity teams facing critical competitions.  Four will play on the LHS campus.  Come join us as the Cats complete highly successful spring sports seasons. Lady Wildcat Soccer Lexington vs. Wando in the 5A Lower State Soccer Final at 7:00 PM in Wildcat

Difficult Day On The Diamonds

The Wildcat Baseball and Softball teams competed in their respective Lower State Title series’ on Saturday and both suffered disappointing losses. Baseball The day started at River Bluff on the baseball field in the winners bracket.  Both the Cats and Gators won their opening games on Thursday, Lexington downing Wando and River Bluff defeating Dutch