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November 26, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

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District 25-AA is eliminated from the state playoffs after two rounds with Rogers’ defeat by Blanco. The district was not too strong against the rest of the teams in Region IV. More...

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Deja Griffin goes in for a layup. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. More...

Texas Warriors Champs in Burnet

Lexington-ite Coby Robertson (third from left) and his Texas Warriors teammates took first place at the Gobbler Baseball Tournament in Burnet, Texas last weekend. More...

Lexington Middle School Roundballers Work Hard

But not enough to put a “W” on the board

The Lexington Middle School boys basketball team held its home opener against the Eagles of Salado in the A. P. Kleinschmidt gym on Thursday night, November 19. The Eagles debuted their new 7B team. More...

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Coach Holcomb goes over expectations with #12 Corey Strain, #20 Nate Holcomb, # 22 Eriq Mitchell, #30 Cameron Janda and #24 London Jacob. PHOTO BY MARK STRAIN. More...

Lady Eagles Volleyballers Honored

Jessica Parish was named to the All-District Defensive team in voting by District 25-AA coaches. Parish was the Lady Eagles’ libero this season. Freshman Karley Wren was named to the second team. More...

Eagles Get Post Season Honors

Chance Sherrill was named Co- Defensive Player of the Year and Mason Vecera was named Special Teams Player of the Year in voting by District 25-AA coaches last week. Four Eagles were named to the first team offense and five to first team defense. More...

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Lady Eagles Nip Rockdale 26-21

Lexington improved their season record to 3-1 with a victory over Rockdale this past weekend. The low scoring game highlighted good defense by both teams. Angel Parks led the Lady Eagles in scoring with 10 points. More...

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Vanessa Richardson tries to stop a Holland basket. More...

Local Baseballer Competes in State Championship

After playing some of the best teams the state has to offer, Derek Dane and his teammates on the College Station Twelve found themselves in the Nations Fall State Championship game Sunday night in Pflugerville. More...

 













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