Lexington Girls Varsity Swimming

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Boys Swim Past Gators; Girls Fall In Nailbiter

by Jennifer Shockley LHS Varsity Swim had a fun night with fierce competition and top-notch sportsmanship, facing off against friends and rivals, River Bluff High School.  The last home meet of the season and Senior Night, the Wildcat Swim Teams put in everything they had! The Meet was close all the way to the end,

Blue Devil Invitational Brings State Qualifiers

by Jennifer Shockley The Varsity Swim Teams participated in the annual Dreher Blue Devil Swim Invitational Sunday at the USC Sol Blatt Natatorium, facing off against 25 other AAAAA High School teams and over 550 swimmers from across the state. Lexington had some amazing times posted and a few State Qualifiers hit the board! In

Boy’s Swim Beats Dutch Fork; Girls Fall

by Jennifer Shockley It was a battle of the Titans at the home meet Wednesday night with the Wildcat Boys coming out victorious and the Wildcat Girls suffering defeat.  The competition was fierce and many wins of the night came down to milliseconds! The Boy’s events started off shaky with Lexington taking second place in

Wildcats Swim To Tri-Meet Sweep!

by Jennifer Shockley The Wildcats Varsity Swim teams accounted for each win possible in the tri-meet at home Wednesday night, leaving the boys and girls with three-meet winning streaks so far in the season. Varsity boys took out White Knoll and Irmo with some amazing swim times and surprising finishes.  In the Boy’s 200 Meter

Swim Teams Open Season With Wins!

By Jennifer Shockley 08/21/2019 In the first meet of the season, the Wildcats edged out the Chapin Eagles with wins all around!  Both teams beat the Eagles by two points with final scores of 86 to 84. The Varsity Girls had some impressive wins with Maggie Head taking first in the Girls 200 Meter Freestyle

Swimmers Finish With Strong State Performances!

by Wynee Rich Lexington swimmers competed in the 5A State Championship meet on Friday at the University of South Carolina natatorium. The girls finished in 12th place overall out of 29 teams. Captain Maggie Halloran led the scoring with 4th place finishes in her 200 and 500 freestyle events, setting new team records in both