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April 8, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Salado Pops Lexington

For the second time in a week, Lexington spotted another team a 5-0 lead before starting their offense. This time it was Salado that held on for a 9-5 win. The first four Salado batters that came to the plate scored. More...

Sports Thoughts

Will it be the evil Duke or Cinderella Butler for the national championship? It will be decided by the time you read this but isn’t Butler a great story? More of America will watch to see if the Bulldogs can win one for the little guys. More...

Marathon Kids at LES!

Below are pictures of the Marathon Kids finishers in Kinder, 1st and 2nd grades at Lexington Elementary School. More...

Mackenzie Brown

Mackenzie Brown pulls in a long fly ball that could have made the difference in the Lady Eagle’s win over Salado last week. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. More...

Allen Junek

Allen Junek in the 8th grade boys Discuss. PHOTO BY MARK STRAIN. More...

Eagles Fall to Academy

Lexington waited too long to mount a rally after falling behind 6-0. The Eagles scored four in the fifth inning to close to 6-4 but then allowed Academy three more runs in the top of the sixth inning. More...

Lady Eagles Snuff Queens

Lexington stopped the Academy Lady Bees 2-0 Tuesday night to move out of a three-way tie for second place. Lexington got their first run in the bottom of fifth inning and the second in the sixth. More...

Eagle Tennis

The tennis team traveled to Somerville on March 25th. They were short-handed because of the stock show, track meet, and oneact play. More...

We have Eagle Pride !

Little League officially started last week. Pictured above is Lexington 8th Grader Cameron Janda sliding into 3rd base in their game against Bastrop. More...

Lady Eagle Golf

The Lexington Girls’ Golf Team participated in the Moulton Golf tournament Tuesday. The golf team consisted of Johna Alford, Malissa Sanders, Raquel Hernandez, Miranda Moffett, Britney Nickel, and Lakin Cass. More...

Lexington Track

The track teams participated in the first annual Charlie Rouse Relays in Leander on April Fools Day. Lexington was the only 2A team in a field of 25 teams. Some Lexington athletes did very well. More...














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