Lexington Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 11 - 7
  • Conference Record: 1 - 0

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Wildcats Hosting Hoops Showcase Saturday

This Saturday, the Lexington Showcase will feature top basketball talent from 8 teams beginning with the first of 4 games at 2:00.  Included in the event are: AC Flora:  The Falcons recently won the American Bracket of the Cayce Roundball Classic.  They are led by 6’11” South Carolina Gamecock commit, Patrick Iriel and junior Robert

Lexington Wins Holiday Tournament!

Wildcat Hoops made it 3 in a row in Charleston, winning the 52nd edition of the Modie Risher Classic. Lexington defeated the host Bulldogs of Burke High School in the final by a 74-54 margin.  Senior Dylan Rivers and 8th-Grader Cam Scott scored 22 apiece to lead the Cats. The Wildcats advanced to the tournament

1st Round Win at Modie Risher Classic!

Lexington opened their holiday tournament play with a 1st-Round victory over Military Magnet by a 54-50 final.  They move on in the winner’s bracket of the Modie Risher Classic to face Summerville, a 52-44 winner over Swansea. The tournament began in 1967 and is named for Modie Risher, the legendary multi-sport coach at Burke High

Jackets Edge Cats, 53-48. LISTEN to Coach Pope’s Comments

On Friday evening, Lexington proved to be a tough challenge for a good Irmo Yellowjacket team.  The Cats scratched their way to an early lead and extended it to an 11-point margin at the half.  But a big 3rd quarter by the Jackets turned out to be the difference in a 53-48 final. CJ Washington

Register For Wildcat Summer Sports Camps

The Lexington High School Athletic Department is excited to offer the following summer camps.  Click on the links for additional information including cost, location, and equipment.  This information can also be found by starting at the lexingtonwildcats.com home page and clicking “More” in the menu bar followed by “Wildcat HQ” and “2019 Sports Camps” Baseball

One For the Ages

  When the 2018-19 season began, coach Bailey Harris knew he had a talented team that played well together.  In the highly competitive Region 5, he felt his team was good enough for a 3rd, maybe a 2nd place finish. The Wildcats opened a storybook season by breezing through the first 3 rounds of the Lake

GAMEDAY! Girls and Boys Shoot For Lower State Titles!

Today the Lexington girls and boys will continue their journeys through dream seasons as they hope to add a Lower State championship to their long list of accomplishments.  The Lady Wildcats face the Lady Gators of Goose Creek at 5:00 while the boys tip off at 6:30 against Berkeley.  The games are being contested at

Still Perfect and Lower State Bound! Lexington 61, Conway 49

In front of a raucous, near capacity crowd, Lexington eliminated Conway and moved on to play in the Lower State final.  It was another record-setting night as the Cats notched their 29th straight win.  The group has not lost a game since February 14, 2018.  The victory was also number 637 for Coach Bailey Harris

Beat Down in L-Town: Lexington 64, Goose Creek 40!

Terrell Simmons of Goose Creek made 2 quick buckets to open the Round 2 playoff game at Lexington on Saturday evening.  From there, the Wildcats exerted a stifling defense and disciplined offense to post a blowout win and advance to Round 3.  It was a 24 point margin at the final buzzer, 64-40. Mason Carver