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February 24, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

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Lexington Senior Doug Rhodes finished out his final season for high school basketball helping his team with a win over the Florence Buffaloes. More...

Lady Eagles Rap Rosebud-Lott

The Lexington Lady Eagles opened the 2011 season with a 6-2 win over the Rosebud-Lott Lady Cougars. More...

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“Our Coach and his daddy – like two peas in a pod! Sweet Memories!” LISD Athletic Director Jason Holcomb and the late Jerry Holcomb. More...

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Lexington Eagles’ senior players were recognized during the last game of the season. Above is Kaelan Blok and family. Below is Doug Rhodes and his mom. More...

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LHS Exes in Spring Sports

Jenner Jones is batting .286 with three runs scored and two RBIs. Jenner has not struck out or walked in his 14 at bats. He has played in all five games the Plainsmen have played. More...

Sports Thoughts

The Lady Eagles are off to quite a start in softball. They are 6-1 with their first home games against Milano and Cedar Creek on Tuesday. I hope you will be there to watch the Green prevail twice. More...

Lexington Ladies 4th at Navarro

Lexington won five of six games at the very competitive Navarro Tournament. Lexington topped Boerne, Pleasanton, Stockdale, Kenedy, and the Seguin JV before falling to Santa Gertudis Academy in the final game Saturday night. More...

Lexington JV Boys End Season

The Boys Junior Varsity Basketball team hosted the Buffaloes of Florence in the AP Kleinschmidt gymnasium for their final game of the year on Tuesday February 15th. The game tonight woiuld mimic the boys season. More...

Final MS Basketball

The 7th and 8th grade boy’s teams went to Thorndale and came home with victories in all games Thursday February 10th. These were received too late for last week’s paper. More...

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Lexington Junior Varsity member London Jacob is seen going up strong against his Florence contender last week. More...

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Corey Strain gets caught holding the ball out in front during the Eagle JV loss against Thorndale, despite his teammate’s (Marcus Cassassa #30) attempt to move in close enough to help him. More...

 













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