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September 16, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Sports Thoughts

Lexington Exes had memorable opening games in College last week. More...

Scores and Standings

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Buffs Lose a Thriller 21-20

After spotting LaVernia 14 points, the Giddings Buffaloes roared back to tie the game at halftime. LaVernia took another seven-point lead in the fourth quarter. The Buffs answered back with a score to get within onepoint. More...

Young Eagles Fall to Academy

Thursday afternoon to a clearing sky, the Lexington 7th grade football team marched out onto THEIR home field for the first time. Their intended victim, the Academy Bees. More...

Middle School Report

8th Grade- Academy 24 Lexington 16. This group had a good game against Academy. Tyler Page rushed for 81 yards and a touchdown. W.E. Meuth ran for 19-yards, intercepted a pass, a ran an extra point. Andrew Lane ran for 128 yards on six carries. More...

Bees Fly By JV Eagles

The High School Lexington JV football team met the Bees of Academy on Thursday night September the 9th. From the start to the finish of the game it was as evenly matched a game as one could have. More...

Picks for September 17, 2010

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Eagles Smoke Bees 33-0

The Lexington defense played one of the stingiest games ever seen as the Eagles remained undefeated at 3-0. The defense allowed just seven-yards of total offense to the Division I-2A Academy team. More...

State Power RTC Tops Lexington

In a match that only featured varsity teams, Round Top-Carmine beat Lexington in three games 17- 25, 22-25, 9-25. Coach Tiffany Robertson said, “The first two games we played well. More...

Eagles Take on Geronimo

The Geronimo Navarro Panthers come to town this Friday night with what could be the Eagles’ toughest test this season. The Panthers seem to be a ground based offense. They have rushed two times for every pass tried. More...

Volleyballo Triumphs over Smithville

While the Varsity Football boys were in Blanco last week taking care of business, the ladies were left at home to guard the house. More...

Giddings to Elgin

After suffering two close losses, the Giddings Buffaloes will try to even their season record against the neighboring Elgin Wildcats. The Wildcats are trying to turn around this season after a 2009 they would like to forget. More...

Robertson Brings Home the Gold

Coby Robertson brought home the first place trophy in the 10U division of the Brazos Valley Tennis Association Grand Prix tournament. Coby’s first oppenent was Joey Tindall of College Station. Coby defeated him with a 8-6 game count. More...

Lexington Small School Challenge

The second Lexington Cross Country meet was held Saturday at Lexington Memorial Park. Hundreds of distance runners converged on Lexington for the competition. The following is team and local individual results. Middle School Results More...

Soccer Season Begins

Saturday September 11th was supposed to be the official start of the soccer season, but with all the rains most games in Giddings were postponed due to the wet playing fields. More...














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