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November 5, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Boys CC to Regional

The Eagle Cross Country team qualified for Regional this past week in a meet run on Wednesday instead of Monday. The reason for the delay was the heavy rains over the entire area made cross country courses too soggy for competition. More...

Sports Thoughts

The Eagles are in the playoffs again this season. Rogers and Salado vie for the third and final spot Friday night while Lexington scouts probable opponent, Rice Consolidated. More...

4-H KIDS COLLECT COATS

The Northwest Lee County 4-H Club started their year with a coat drive. Family and friends were asked to donate gently used coats, jackets, and sweatshirts. About 100 coats were collected. More...

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Lexington 7th Grade Eagle Bradley Campbell stretches out for a pass that is just out of his reach during the Middle School game against Jarrell last week. PHOTO BY MARK STRAIN. More...

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Hunter Wilson (center) celebrates with two of his teammates, Taylor Otte (left) and Gabriel McMahon, after intercepting the ball with just seconds left on the clock, solidifying the 8th Grade Eagle win against Jarrell. PHOTO BY CHERYL WILSON. More...

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Homecoming Queen and King Nominees: Ashton Johnston, daughter of Rhett Johnston and Kellye Johnston; and Julien Clark, son of Richard and Jewel Clark. More...

Eagles Jolt Jarrell

Lexington ran, passed, and defended their way to a 50-20 win over Jarrell in their 2009 regular season finale Friday. Lexington jumped out to a 22-0 first quarter lead and never relinquished control of the game. More...

Buffs Secure Playoffs

The Giddings Buffalos trampled Smithville 55-14 Friday night to secure a playoff bid from District 25-AAA. The Buffs scored from in close and long range in amassing a 42-0 halftime lead. Marcellus Mack scored on the first bomb from 62-yards out. More...

Eagle JV Falls to Jarrell

The Eagle JV lost their last game of the season to Jarrell 18-16. Lexington was leading at halftime, but could not keep the homestanding Cougars from scoring in the second half. Lexington took the lead via a safety. More...

We have Eagle Pride !

The 7th grade football team ended their season with an upbeat win over Jarrell. ALL PHOTOS BY MARK STRAIN. The 8th grade Middle School football team completed their season with a win over Jarrell, as did the 7th grade team. More...

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Pictured above are the Lexington Middle School Cheerleaders, coached by Amanda Finley. PHOTO BY CHERYL WILSON. More...

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Colt Sunvison (#75) clears the way for the punt return in the Lexington Middle School 8th Grade game against Jarrell. PHOTO BY MARK STRAIN. More...

Middle School Football Report

8th Grade- Their second win of the year came Thursday night in Jarrell to the tune of 14-8. The first half was a scoreless affair. Lexington took over on the Jarrell 15- yard line. More...

 













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