Lexington Girls Junior Varsity Softball

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Cat Stats: Final Team Leaders

Final Season Record:  15-7 Last Game:  West Florence 3, Lexington 2 (5A Playoffs Game 3) Graduating Seniors:  Ashley Jacoby, Autumn Garling, Abby Welch Batting Average Denaud Santini:  .421 (32/76) Aleah Waters:  .360 (9/25) Jaci Fleming:  .338 (27/80) Saige Stanley:  .338 (22/65) Allie Light:  .299 (23/77) Team:  .304 (196/645) Runs Scored Denaud Santini:  23 Jaci Fleming: 

Long Balls Tame Panthers!

Lexington scored 11 runs and pounded out 13 hits Saturday afternoon, easily eliminating Carolina Forest in 5A Playoff action.  The final score was 11-1.  With the win, the Lady Wildcats will continue their post-season run on Monday evening at West Florence in another elimination game. Lexington scored two runs in the home half of the

Cats Stats: Team Leaders At End Of Regular Season

Regular Season Final Record:  14-5 Region Final Record:  9-3 Last Game:  White Knoll 5, Lexington 3 (4/25) Next Game:  Lexington at West Florence (Playoff Game 1, 4/27) Batting Average (at least 23 At Bats) Denaud Santini:  .431 (28 for 65) Saige Stanley:  .352 (19 for 54) Abby Welch:  .340 (17 for 50) Jaci Fleming:  .329

4 Days, 4 Region Wins!

From Tuesday to Friday, the Lady Wildcats notched 4 wins on the diamond and are now tied with White Knoll atop the Region 5 standings.  The Cats are now 12-4 overall and 8-2 in region play.  After spring break, they will travel to Blythewood on Wednesday, April 19. Last night, Lexington got off to a

Blowout! Cats Over Vikings, 11-1

Already up 4-0, the Lady Wildcats tagged the Spring Valley Lady Vikings for 6 more runs in the fourth inning to put the game out of reach.  Lexington added a final run in the fifth as they breezed to an 11-1 region win.  The Cats scored their 11 runs on 10 hits and committed 2

Homeruns Fuel Wildcat Win!

On Friday evening at Gilbert, Lexington used to long ball to come out on top, 7-4. Allie Light led off the second inning with a line drive homer to centerfield.  It gave Lexington an early 1-0 lead. Gilbert responded with a run in the bottom of the inning on 2 Lexington errors.  The Indians added

Hot Bats, 1-Hit Pitching Beat Blythewood!

On their home field Tuesday evening, the Lady Wildcats jumped on the Lady Bengals of Blythewood with 3 quick runs in the 1st inning.  One-hit pitching by Allie Light allowed Lexington to cruise to a 7-1 region win. After a Blythewood error to lead off the Wildcat 1st, Denaud Santini doubled, followed by a single

Cat Stats: Team Leaders After 8 Games

Team Record:  5-3 Region Record:  2-1 Runs Scored Per Game:  Lexington 6.1, Opponents 4.8 Last Game:  Dutch Fork 2, Lexington 0 (Friday, March 17) Next Game:  Blythewood at Lexington (Tuesday, March 21 at 7:30 PM) Batting Average (at least 15 AB’s) Team .284 Saige Stanley:  .500 (9 for 18) Denaud Stanley:  .360 (9 for 25)

Comeback Win! Cats 5, Gators 3

On Wednesday evening at River Bluff, the Lady Wildcats took an early lead, but had to come back with a 3-run 7th inning to defeat the Lady Gators, 5-3. Lexington got to work in the 2nd inning when Saige Stanley led off with a single and advanced to third on an error.  She scored on an

Great Day On The Diamond!

On Friday at the Lady Wildcat Invitational, Lexington was defeated by Gilbert and River Bluff.  The outcomes were much different Saturday as the Cats won three times. First up was North Davidson.  The Lady Knights got the first score of the game in the 2nd inning with a leadoff homer.  In the Lexington 4th, Abby