Lexington Girls Junior Varsity Competitive Cheer

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5A State Runners-Up!

After a nearly flawless performance in the 5A State Championship meet at the Colonial Life Arena, Wildcat Cheerleaders again brought home medals and a trophy.  They finished in the runner-up position, just 2 points out of the top spot in the field of 16 teams who qualified for the competition. Dutch Fork repeated as champions

Title Time! Cheerleaders Compete In State Meet

After a series of second place finishes this season, Lady Wildcat Cheer finished strong.  They took firsts in the Wildcat Cheer Classic and the prestigious Debbie Rogers Cheer Classic.  Last week, in the state 5A qualifier, they lead the field with another top finish.  The top 16 teams in the qualification meet will now head to

State Runners-Up!

The Lady Wildcat Cheer routine always features an extremely high degree of difficulty that requires discipline and attention to detail to master.  At the state championship meet on Saturday, the girls executed it with precision.  The large crowd felt sure that another state title was on the way.  But those judging the competition saw it differently,

Ready To Roll! State Meet This Saturday

Lady Wildcat Competitive Cheer will try to repeat as State Champions this Saturday at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia.  The Wildcats qualified with a new state record score of 361 points last Saturday and will be one of the favorites in the 16 team field. 5A competition begins at approximately 5:00 PM.  Lexington is scheduled

On Their Way! Cats #1 At State Qualifier

Thirty teams from the 5A classification gathered Saturday at River Bluff High School to compete for 16 tickets to the State Championship meet to be held next Saturday at the Colonial Life Arena. Not only did the Lady Wildcats successfully qualify, they beat the entire field with an all-time state record 361 points.  They scored

It’s That Time Again!

Each year when November rolls around, Lady Wildcat Competitive Cheer is busy at work, making final preparations for another title run.  They have become the dominant South Carolina High School team in their sport. Coach Shannon Canady and her team are the defending State Champions.  Over the past 4 seasons, they captured 2 championships, 1

Grand Champions!

Last season the Lady Wildcats were the class of the Dorman Cavalier Cheer Classic.  Ditto that for the 2016 team. On Saturday, Lexington beat the 5A field, capturing 1st place.  River Bluff finished 2nd with Dorman in 3rd and Boiling Springs in 4th.  In addition, the Cats were named Grand Champions, as the best in the

Winners Again!

On Monday, the Lady Wildcat Cheer team competed in the Battle at the Bluff at River Bluff High School.  The meet was rescheduled from Saturday October 8 due to Hurricane Matthew. In the 5A Varsity Division, Lexington outscored their hosts for a 1st place finish.  For the defending state champions, it was their second win in two

Defending State Champs Open With Win!

Both the Lexington Varsity and JV teams scored wins in the Wildcat Cheer Classic Saturday afternoon.  The teams will compete in the Battle at the Bluff next Saturday at River Bluff High School. Below are the orders of finish for all categories. 5A Varsity 1) Lexington 2) River Bluff 3) Irmo 4A Varsity 1) Cane