Lexington Boys Freshman Basketball

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A Day With The Aussies!

On Friday afternoon, Lexington hosted the Queensland Boomerangs from the city of Brisbane in Australia.  The Boomerang travel program included varsity boys, varsity girls, JV boys, and freshman boys teams. Boomerang players, staff, and parents began their US tour in Washington DC nearly 3 weeks ago and have mixed basketball games with free time.  They

Boys Cruise Past Capitols, 74-48!

After a close first quarter, Lexington exploded for 24 points in the second while holding their opponents to just 7 as they cruised past the Columbia Capitols, 74-48.  The Cat scoring was led by Bradley Foulks with 16.  Jack Vandergeest added 14 points while Mason Carver and Jonathan Corley each contributed 10. With the win,

Cats Advance To Finals Of Lake Murray Tipoff!

The Lexington boys have advanced to the championship game of the Lake Murray Tipoff after defeating CA Johnson, Airport, and Chapin this week.  They will face River Bluff who also won 3 straight, besting Pelion, Strom Thurmond, and Columbia. The game is scheduled for Friday at 4:00 PM at Lexington High School. At the end

Boys And Girls Qualify For State Championship Races!

Lexington Boy’s and Girl’s Cross Country teams raced Saturday in the Mid State Qualifier.  The mission was to finish as a top 7 team, and punch a ticket to the State Championship races next Saturday, November 4 and the Sandhills Research Park.  For both teams it was “mission accomplished.”  Wildcat boys captured 1st place, while the girls

Golf Fundraiser For Wildcat Hoops

Join us on the golf course to raise funds for Lexington Boy’s Basketball.  The Captain’s Choice event will be held Thursday September 28 at Indian River Golf Club at 200 Indian River Drive in West Columbia. Click on the link below for more information and to register your team for this event. LHS Boys Bball

Spectacular Season

A spectacular season came to an end on Tuesday evening at Blythewood.  The Wildcats played their hearts out for all 32 minutes.  At times it looked like the Bengals would pull away and cruise to a win as they did in their previous 2 meetings this season.  But each time Lexington clawed back, tying the

On To Round 3! Cats Upset Gamecocks

In their 3rd straight road playoff game, Lexington traveled to Sumter to face the Gamecocks, champions of Region 6 and a #1 seed in the playoff bracket.  The Cats would have to take care of the basketball, continue their hot shooting, and limit the talented Sumter offense to move on to the Lower State Semi’s. 

Sharp Shooting Eliminates West Ashley!

Lexington opened the post-season at West Ashley High School on Wednesday evening.  After battling the home team in a tight game, the Wildcats found themselves down 46-40 midway through the 3rd quarter.  Coach Bailey Harris called a timeout and his team responded with a 10-0 run to take a 50-46 lead.  But the Cats could

Cat Stats: Boy’s And Girl’s Scoring Leaders

Boy’s Basketball Season Record:  20-6 Final Region Record:  8-4 Average Points Per Game:  Lexington 66, Opponents 56 Darius Bryant:  632 points, average 24 per game (26 games) LHS Career Total 1586 (2nd All-Time) Caleb Shackleford:  299 points, average 12 per game (25 games) Will Haney:  224 points, average 9 per game (25 games) Mason Carver: 

Bryant Nets School Record As Cats Rout WK!

On Friday at White Knoll the Cats and Wolves were locked in a 9-9 game midway through the first quarter.  Then Lexington began to pull away.  Darius Bryant hit a 3 pointer, his first of 10 on the evening.  After a White Knoll score and a successive foul,  Mason Carver was good on both shots from the free throw