Lexington Boys Varsity Baseball

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

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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.

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

Wildcats Whip Warriors In Lower State Opener!

Lexington scored all 5 of their runs in the first 3 innings and held on to outlast Wando in Game 1 of the Lower State series.  In the other Lower State matchup, River Bluff blanked Dutch Fork 5-0.  The Wildcats will travel to meet the Gators on Saturday at 1:00.  Also on Saturday the Silver

District Champions! Lexington 8, West Florence 2

The outcome was never in doubt.  Lexington captured a District championship Monday evening with an 8-2 decision over West Florence.  It was their 20th win against 6 losses.  The Cats now continue as one of the final four teams to compete for the Lower State Championship.  They open competition at home on Thursday against Wando

Good Knight! Cats Dominate West Florence!

Lexington’s offense got started quickly in their second District playoff game on Thursday evening.  On the second pitch in the bottom of the 1st inning, Noah Huthmaker doubled to left field.  Chase Crouch followed with a line drive homerun to centerfield to give his team a lead they would never relinquish. Three Wildcat runners crossed