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September 3, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Buffs Bop Liberty Hill

Giddings upped Liberty Hill's losing streak to two in a row with a convincing 25-0 romp. The score could have been worse had Giddings scored each time they were in the Liberty Hill red zone. More...

Sports Thoughts…….

Lee County is undefeated in football after the first week. Both Lexington and Giddings should post wins again this week. The young Lady Eagle volleyball girls are finding themselves and will start to win more matches. More...

Rotary Club Golf Tournament

The Fourth Annual Golf Tournament sponsored by The Rotary Club of Giddings will be held on Thursday, September 24th at the Giddings Municipal Golf Course. More...

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The wonderful exhibition of area high school football players lined up, hand on shoulder to shoulder, at the beginning of every football game as the National Anthem is played or sung, is always touching. More...

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8th Grade Lady Eagle Emily Evans is seen at the net during a recent game. PHOTO BY MARK STRAIN. More...

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Eagles Host Mart

The Lexington Eagles host the Mart Panthers in the 2009 home opener for the Eagles. Mart is a perennial state power that has dropped down to Class A but maintains a tremendous athletic program. More...

Lady Eagles Fell Flatonia

The Lexington Lady Eagles captured their first match win Friday afternoon in a five-game effort against Flatonia. Coach Tiffany Robertson said, "We played really well. More...

Rudder Swats Lady Eagles

The Rudder Rangers got their second consecutive win over Lexington Tuesday night. Rudder won in three games 25-22, 25-19, and 25-17. Angel Parks had four kills in nine attempts in the match. Jessica Parish had 10 digs of Rudder kill attempts. More...

Buffs Host LaVernia

The LaVernia Bears come to Lee County Friday night. The Bears return five offensive and three defensive starters from last season's 10-2 club. The two losses were to Giddings and in the Area finals. More...

Lexington Eagles Have Eagle Pride!

Both the 7th grade and 8th grade girls volleyball teams have large numbers of young ladies in the program this year. Their first practice match was against McDade on Thursday August 27th. More...

Swim Fest at Down Home Ranch

Down Home Ranch, a working farm and ranch for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (such as Down syndrome) hosts its fifth annual Swim Fest Monday, September 7 from 10:00-2:00. More...

Stand Against Federal Land Grab

Baseball is a game of inches. If the placement of a pitch is even slightly off, it could mean the difference between a home run and a strikeout. Similarly, writing laws requires precision. More...

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Chance Sherrill has a leg of the ballcarrier and an unidentified Eagle causes a fumble with a hard hit to the back, just as Tyler Moerbe moves in from the right to recover the ball for the Eagles. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. More...

 













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