Lexington Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Zander Wins State! Boy’s XC Finishes 4th

After finishing in the individual runner-up position last year, junior Zander Jeffcoat ran away from the competition and is the 2020 5A Cross Country champion.  His finishing time of 15:24 was 20 seconds faster than Mason Thomas of Northwestern.  Lexington junior Owen Harries crossed the line in 5th with a time of 15:50.  Both Jeffcoat

Girls & Boys Sweep Region XC Championships!

At the Region 5 Championship meet on Wednesday evening, Lexington girls and boys raced to titles in dominating fashion.  For the girls, it was a repeat of their win in 2019.  The boys claimed their 13th in a row. Lydia Metz led the Lady Wildcat runners, finishing second behind Chapin’s Abigail White.  In the boy’s

LIVESTREAM: Region 5 Cross Country Championships

Watch LIVE as Lexington girl’s and boy’s teams compete for Region titles along with River Bluff, White Knoll, Chapin, and Dutch Fork.  The JV races begin Wednesday at 5:15 with Varsity races following at 6:00. JV Race Link: JV Races Varsity Race Link Region 5 Varsity Championship Races

Girls and Boys Race Past Talented Fields to XC Wins!

On Wednesday evening at Chapin’s Crooked Creek Park, both Lexington Varsity teams raced to team wins. In the girl’s varsity competition, the Cats were led by 8th graders Lydia Metz and Laurel Walls who finished 3rd and 4th overall in a field of 165 runners from 11 teams.  They outpaced 2nd place Chapin by 27

Dominant: Rufener Leads Cats to Victory at Cavalier Classic

On Saturday at Dorman, the first four runners to cross the finish line were Wildcats led by senior Sarae Rufener.  She was followed by 8th graders Lydia Metz and Laurel Walls and fellow senior Ava Fowler.  Lexington also took 9th, 12th, and 13th as they decisively won the Cavalier Classic. With their star runner recovering from

Girls Win Lake Murray Invitational; Boys Take Third

The Lexington Lady Wildcats ran away from a deep and talented field to win the Lake Murray Invitational.  Senior Sarae Rufener was 1st in a field of 162 competitors with a time of 19:04.  Eighth grader Lydia Metz took 3rd place in 19:19.  Lexington easily outdistanced the second place team, Riverside, by 58 points. In

More PR’s as Wildcat Boys Take 2nd at Lake Murray Invitational

by Coach Bailey Harris Boys XC finished 2 in varsity and JV at the Lake Murray invitational with over 30 teams. Zander Jeffcoat was the race winner in 15:06 and posted the fastest time run in SC this year as well as the fastest time in the nation by a Sophomore this year. William Johnson

Jeffcoat Sets Personal Best as Wildcats Dominate

September 11, 2019 Crooked Creek Park, Chapin Team Order of Finish Lexington (20) Chapin (47) Irmo (87) Pelion (104) Swansea (143) Airport (178) Batesburg- Leesville (199) Lexington Order of Finish (1) Zander Jeffcoat:  15:28 (2) William Johnson:  16:13 (3) Owen Harries:  17:06 (6) Grant Goldsmith:  17:38 (8) Solomon Shafer:  17:43 (12) Ethan Kurtz:  18:14 (15)

Cats Shine at Friday Night Lights XC Festival

On Friday evening, the Lexington boys raced 5 kilometers against top talent in the Friday Night Lights Cross Country Festival in Kernersville, NC.  The gun sounded at 9:30 PM at the Ivey Redmon Sports Complex.  First across the finish line was Ben Armentrout of Atkins High School (NC) in 15:42.  Lexington’s Zander Jeffcoat ran a

Girls, Boys Race to Championships of Pelican’s Invitational

Pelican’s Invitational, August 28, Lexington High School Girl’s Varsity Race (Top 5 Teams) 1) Lexington 2) Dutch Fork 3) River Bluff 4) Aiken 5) Palmetto Christian Academy Girl’s Varsity Race (Lexington Individuals) 2) Sarae Rufener:  20:46 6) Laurel Walls:  21:39 11) Grace Harrell:  22:29 12) Janie Reed:  22:43 17) Lydia Metz:  23:00 23) Jessie Brandenburg: