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Great Runs By Baseball, Softball!

A similar storyline played out on the baseball and softball fields on Wednesday evening as Wildcat teams were eliminated in their respective Lower State brackets.  Both Lexington teams got good pitching performances from their aces but were unable to produce the needed offensive support as they were shut out by stellar pitching from the opposition.

Big 6th Inning Eliminates Summerville!

In an elimination game on Monday evening, both Lexington and Summerville entered the 6th inning tied at 1 run each. In the top of the inning, the Lady Wildcats quickly retired the Green Waves on 2 strikeouts and a flyout.  The home half began with a walk to Samantha Montgomery but the Lexington pinch runner

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

Difficult Day On The Diamonds

The Wildcat Baseball and Softball teams competed in their respective Lower State Title series’ on Saturday and both suffered disappointing losses. Baseball The day started at River Bluff on the baseball field in the winners bracket.  Both the Cats and Gators won their opening games on Thursday, Lexington downing Wando and River Bluff defeating Dutch

Walk-off Win: Allie Lights Up The Bruins!

Down 1-0 in the bottom of the first inning, Allie Light propelled the Cats to the lead with a two-run homer to left field.  Fast forward to the bottom of the 7th with the score tied at 8 apiece.  Light, the leadoff hitter, connected on a 2-0 pitch and the large crowd watched as it

Cat Comeback Ruins Bruins!

After three innings of play at South Florence, the Bruins held a 3-0 lead in the 5A district playoffs.  The Lexington bats that accounted for 17 runs two days earlier against Stratford, came alive in the 4th. After two outs, Jaci Fleming and Sarah Gordon hit consecutive singles.  The Cats loaded the bases when Denaed

Playoff Blowout! Lady Wildcats 17, Lady Knights 0

The Wildcat bats were on fire as the state 5A playoffs began on Wednesday.  Lexington scored 17 runs on 14 hits.  Add to that the flawless pitching of Allie Light who recorded her third no-hitter of the season. With the score 1-0 and a Wildcat runner on base, Denaed Santini hit a 2-run homer to

Montgomery’s Walk-off Wins It For The Wildcats!

Through seven innings, both pitchers, Allie Light of Lexington and Morgan Scott of Dutch Fork, held their opposition scoreless.  The Lady Foxes threatened in the top of the eighth with two singles but stranded runners at second and third.  In the home half, Sarah Gordon led off with a single to right field.  Denaud Santini followed with an

Lights Out: Wildcats Score 12, Hold Vikings Hitless!

Lexington’s Allie Light shut down the Lady Vikings’ batters, tossing a no-hit, 14-strikeout performance on Thursday evening at home.  She also was a star at the plate, with a double and a homerun in 3 at-bats. The Wildcats hit three consecutive doubles by Light, Saige Stanley, and Jessica Senn to lead off the 2nd inning, as they

Cat Stats: Final Team Leaders

Final Season Record:  15-7 Last Game:  West Florence 3, Lexington 2 (5A Playoffs Game 3) Graduating Seniors:  Ashley Jacoby, Autumn Garling, Abby Welch Batting Average Denaud Santini:  .421 (32/76) Aleah Waters:  .360 (9/25) Jaci Fleming:  .338 (27/80) Saige Stanley:  .338 (22/65) Allie Light:  .299 (23/77) Team:  .304 (196/645) Runs Scored Denaud Santini:  23 Jaci Fleming: