Lexington Boys Junior Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 1 - 1
  • Conference Record: 1 - 1

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Cat Stats: Team Leaders After 9 Games

Season Record:  8-1 Region Record:  4-0 Runs Scored:  Lexington 7.1 per game, Opponents 3.2 per game Last Game:  Lexington 13, Wren 8 (Fluor Field, Greenville) Next Game:  River Bluff at Lexington, Tuesday, March 21 at 7:00 PM Batting Average (at least 15 AB’s) Team .322 Dalton Lansdowne:  .500 (14 for 28) Austin Muse:  .476 (10

Cats Sweep Jackets!

Last week, Lexington swept their 2-game series with Spring Valley.  This week the Irmo Yellowjackets were the victim as Coach Brian Hucks and his team pushed their Region record to 4-0. On Friday night, Dalton Lansdowne led off the game by drawing a walk, and after a sacrifice and a steal of 3rd base, scored

Cat’s Bats Explode For 10-0 Win!

It was the bottom of the 5th inning on a cold and windy evening at Wildcat Field.  David Jacobs drove a sharp line drive to left that allowed Dalton Lansdowne to score.  It was the 2nd run of the inning and the 10th of the game, and put an early end to the Region contest

Cats Complete Sweep Of Vikings, 12-2!

Lexington completed a dominating sweep of region foe Spring Valley on Friday night with a 12-2 win.  In the home-and-away games this week, the Wildcats scored 22 runs on 20 hits while limiting the Vikings to 3 runs on 7 hits. In the top of the 1st, Spring Valley scored on a Lexington error to

Heavy Hitting In Region Win!

With 2 out and Peyton Evans on third base, David Jacobs reached on a Viking error that allowed Evans to score.  Jacobs crossed the plate when Cole Lemacks singled to center.  The 2 first inning runs was all the Wildcats would need as they breezed to a 10-1 win in the Region 5 opener at

Pitcher’s Duel: Cats Edge Cavs In Opener!

In the season opener on Thursday evening at Wildcat Field, Lexington pitching shutout Dorman limiting the Cavaliers to 4 hits while striking out 13.  Senior College of Charleston commit, John Scott picked up the win.  In 3 2/3 innings he allowed 2 hits and registered 7 strikeouts.  Alex Mack Jacobs and Peyton Evans were effective

Play Ball!

Last spring on May 20 at Wildcat Field, Summerville captured the State 4A baseball championship with a 2-1 win over JL Mann in the deciding 3rd game of the series.  Both teams, now in 5A, begin their seasons on the same field as part of the impressive lineup of competitors in the 2nd Annual Natur

Ready To Play Ball! 2017 Preview

by Coach Brian Hucks The Lexington Wildcats look to improve on last years 16-11 record as they return a veteran squad that includes 10 seniors and 12 juniors. Experience will be one of the strengths of this team as 6 everyday starters return to the lineup as well as one of the deepest pitching staffs

Coach Hucks Reflects On The Passing Of Brett Williams

It’s been a week since the shocking death of White Knoll student and baseball star, Brett Williams.  Many of the Wildcat baseball players had personal relationships with Brett, either through the Body Shop baseball team or from the many years playing Dixie Baseball on the  Ballpark Road fields. So it was a tough task for Coach Brian

Advanced Winter Camp Scheduled For 5th – 8th Graders

by Head Baseball Coach Brian Hucks The Lexington High School Baseball program has announced an advanced winter camp for 5th through 8th graders. This camp is designed for the serious baseball player who wants to improve their skills through instruction and coaching from the Wildcat staff.  Participants will gain the experience of the same intense