Lexington Boys Junior Varsity Baseball

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Baseball Season Ends After Splitting Games At Carolina Forest

Coach Brian Hucks entered Thursday evening needing two wins over the 20-5 Carolina Forest Panthers to win the District and advance in the 4A State playoffs. In the opener, Lexington banged out 11 hits and got a complete game, 3-hitter from Jon Scott to win 5-2.  After taking an early lead in the nightcap, the

Stayin’ Alive! Noah Davis 2-Hits And Eliminates Stratford

Lexington kept their post season run alive Monday night by defeating Stratford in an elimination game, 5-1.  Junior pitcher Noah Davis went the distance for the win while holding the Knights to no earned runs and just two hits. Next up is the District championship on Wednesday night at Carolina Forest.  Lexington must defeat the

Wildcats Eliminate Vikings In 4A Playoffs

Spring Valley and Lexington met Saturday afternoon as both teams fought to extend their seasons in the state 4A playoffs.  In their first games the Wildcats were beaten in a heartbreaker by Stratford while Spring Valley fell to Carolina Forest. Spring Valley struck first with an unearned run in the second inning.  Two hits and

Tough Playoff Loss: Home Game Saturday vs. Spring Valley

In Game 1 of the 4A state playoffs, Lexington scored four runs on seven hits and had a 4-3 lead entering the bottom of the seventh.  Stratford managed just four hits and one earned run in the game but six errors and five walks allowed them to walk off with a 5-4 win. In a

Bane Hurls Gem But Cat Bats Go Quiet In 1-0 Loss

In the top of the fifth inning with two outs, consecutive White Knoll singles and a Lexington error gave the Timberwolves an unearned run.  That was all they needed Thursday night in a 1-0 final over Lexington. After a 6-game win streak with plenty of offense, the Wildcats could not solve the pitching of White

6 Straight! Battle of Cats Goes To Lexington

At the midpoint of the 2016 baseball season, Lexington was mired in mediocrity.  After winning the NaturChem Invitational in convincing fashion, they dropped their first four Region ballgames and began trading wins and losses, struggling with low offensive output and key defensive miscues. As the end of the regular season nears, Wildcat Baseball is arguably

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