Lexington Boys Varsity Baseball

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

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5 In A Row! Cats Beat White Knoll In Key Region Game

After faltering in the mid-season, Wildcat Baseball has won five consecutive games in convincing fashion.  Tuesday’s win gives them a 12-8 overall record and a 5-4 mark in Region play.  They play Blythewood on Senior Recognition Night Wednesday evening at home. Lexington piled up the runs early.  In the top of the first with one

Comeback Cats: 7th Inning Rally Beats South Aiken

On Friday evening, Lexington entered the seventh inning down 3-2 in a key Region game at South Aiken.  They scored three runs on two hit batsmen and two singles to post their 4th consecutive win and sweep the Thoroughbreds in Region play. Winning pitcher Rhett Bane worked all seven innings, allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits

Crucial Region Win: Lexington Over South Aiken, 6-2

Junior Jon Scott pitched a gem into the 7th inning Tuesday night before Rhett Bane relieved him and closed out South Aiken with a strikeout.  Scott went 6 2/3 innings, giving up 2 runs (1 earned), recording 9 strikeouts, and getting credit for the win in a crucial Region game against South Aiken. With the

Bane, Sauls, And Jacobs Combine For No-Hitter Against Gray Collegiate

Thursday was another night when Lexington High School Baseball excelled in all facets of the game and won a lopsided contest 11-0 in five innings. There were many highlights in the ballgame, prime among them was a no-hitter by the Cat’s pitching staff.  Rhett Bane started for Lexington and worked four complete innings.  He gave

Solid Hitting, Defense, and Pitching Lead To 7-1 Win Over Flora

On Wednesday night, Lexington put the pieces together and cruised to 7-1 victory over AC Flora.  The Wildcats banged out seven hits and were error-free in the field.  On the mound, Jon Scott and Chase Williamson combined for a 3-hitter. The Cats got to work immediately in the home half of the first.  A hit

Missed Opportunities: Cats Out-Hit Foes But Drop 2 Games

Heavy rain on Friday caused the cancellation of lay in the SC Diamond Invitational hosted by Blythewood High School.  This forced Lexington to play twice on Saturday.  Although the Wildcats outhit their competition in both games, missed opportunities led to a shortage of runs and resulted in two losses. Up first on Saturday were the Blythewood

Hanging In With #1: Panthers Nip Wildcats, 5-3

Lexington began play in the SC Diamond Invitational Wednesday afternoon against a formidable opponent, the state’s #1 ranked Carolina Forest Panthers. Starter Jon Scott held Carolina Forest scoreless through 3 innings, allowing just 2 hits.  Lexington’s Josh Asbill pounded a leadoff double in the bottom of the 3rd inning but was stranded after three straight groundouts.

Wildcats To Face Stiff Competition In SCDI

The 6th Annual Diamond Invitational runs from Thursday till the Championship game at 3:00 PM this Sunday afternoon.  Blythewood High School will host the 8-team field that in addition to Lexington includes Carolina Forest, JL Mann, Summerville, White Knoll, Dorman, Belton Honea Path, and Blythewood.  6 of the 8 teams are ranked in the top 6

Cat’s Hot Bats Fall To Flora But Beat Irmo

Lexington’s strong offensive attack continued this week, pounding out 12 hits against AC Flora and 7 against Irmo. On Wednesday night at Flora the Wildcat’s 5 run, 7th inning rally came up short as the Falcons claimed a 12-8 win.  Lexington got 2 hits each from Brice Kirven, Bubba Bowers, David Jacobs, Will Alewine, and

And The Hits Continue: Cats 13 Jackets 0

After lighting up the scoreboard Saturday for 16 runs, the Wildcat bats were hot again Tuesday evening, defeating Irmo 13-0 on a 15-hit attack. Lexington got to work immediately in the home half of the 1st with 3 straight hits resulting in Dalton Lansdowne and courtesy runner Nick Graves crossing the plate. In the Lexington