Lexington Boys Varsity Baseball

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

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Cats 10, Gators 7: Lower State Championship Wednesday!

Lower State Bracket, Game 2 at Lexington, 5/6 A big first inning propelled Lexington to a 10-7 win over River Bluff on Saturday afternoon and sent them to the Lower State Championship on their home field Wednesday evening.  They improved their season record to 22-7 and have now won 9 straight games. The Wildcats scored

Lower State Bracket: Cats 10, Foxes 2!

Lower State Bracket, Game 1 at Dutch Fork, 5/5 Final Score:  Lexington 10, Dutch Fork 2 (Lexington now 21-7) Next Game:  Lexington vs. River Bluff, Saturday May 6 at 2:00 PM Lexington        1 0 0   0 2 6   1      10-11-2 Dutch Fork      0 0 0   0 2 0   0        2 -1- 3 Lexington Hitters Dalton

The Walk-Off Wildcats Strike Again!

For the second time in the past week, the Lexington Wildcats have treated their home crowd to a come-from-behind, walk-off win.  Friday evening, they secured a critical District playoff win over Ashley Ridge in a 9-inning contest. It was a rocky beginning as starting pitcher Nathan Roof struggled with control.  Four walks and two singles gave the

Cat Stats: Team Leaders At End Of Regular Season

Regular Season Final Record:  17-7 Region Final Record:  8-4 Last Game:  Lexington 6, AC Flora 5 (4/22) Next Game:  Lexington vs. James Island (5A Playoffs, 4/25 at 6PM) Batting Average Cole Lemacks:  .355 (27 for 76) Dalton Lansdowne:  .353 (30 for 85) Noah Huthmaker:  .298 (17 for 57) Peyton Evans:  .288 (23 for 80) Jared

Walk-Off: Cats Complete Comeback!

Lexington wrapped up the regular season with an exciting come-from-behind, walk-off win over the state’s top ranked 4A team.  As they head into the post-season, the Wildcats have compiled a 17-7 record, winning 8 of the last 10 ballgames. The visiting AC Flora Falcons got off to a quick start with a 3-run first inning. 

Great Execution! 2nd Win At SC Diamond Invitational

In their 2nd game at the SC Diamond Invitational, the Wildcat storyline could not have been better: Solid defense, timely hitting, and stingy pitching.  It all added up to a 6-0 shutout of Dutch Fork.  Lexington scored on 11 hits and were error-free.  The Silver Foxes managed just 4 hits and committed 3 errors. Nathan

Instant Classic: Lexington 1, JL Mann 0!

Baseball fans were treated to a classic in Game 1 of the SC Diamond Invitational at Blythewood High School.  Lexington met JL Mann in a matchup featuring the teams’ ace pitchers.  Jon Scott got the ball for the Wildcats while Jack Stamler started for the Patriots.  As expected it quickly became a pitcher’s duel.  In the

Cat Stats: Team Leaders After 17 Games

Season Record:  11-6 Region Record:  6-4 Last Game:  Blythewood 9, Lexington 5 (4/7) Next Game:  Lexington vs. JL Mann (SC Diamond Invitational at Blythewood, 4/12) Batting Average (at least 25 at bats) Dalton Lansdowne:  .356 (21 for 59) Noah Huthmaker:  .353 (12 for 34) Cole Lemacks:  .321 (18 for 56) Austin Muse:  .294 (10 for

Cats Survive at Blythewood, 6-4!

Lexington entered the bottom of the 7th inning with a 6-1 lead on Tuesday evening at Blythewood in a key Region 5 game.  Jon Scott had pitched a 1 hitter through 6 innings.  After 2 hit batsmen, 2 walks, and 2 Wildcat errors, it was a 6-4 game.  Noah Davis, the third pitcher in the

Cats Defeat Charlotte Christian In Extras!

On Saturday, Lexington traveled to play Charlotte Christian, ranked 35th nationally by MaxPreps.  Earlier this season, the Knights defeated AC Flora 10-1 in Columbia. The Wildcats posted an unearned run in the first inning but Charlotte Christian answered in the home half of the second.  With 2 outs, the Knights scored 3 runs on 3