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March 21, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Rogers Nips Lady Eagles 3-1

Lexington took an early 1-0 lead against defending district champion Rogers. Lexington held Rogers at bay until the top of the sixth inning, when the black clad Eagles punched across two runs. Rogers got another run in the top of the seventh. More...

Lexington Track Meet this Thurs. and Fri.

Lexington will host its annual track meet this week. The inaugural meet was held in 1976 when Lexington had only one of a few all weather tracks. The first couple of meets were called the Eaglympics, since ’76 was an Olympic year. More...

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Gabriel McMahon pitching for the Eagle JV. More...

Salado Stops Lady Eagles 12-2

The reason for the Salado (SHS)12-2 execution of the Lexington Lady Eagles was the lack of execution by LHS. More...

Eagles Fall to Salado 7-1

Lexington lost to #1 ranked Salado in a game that was closer than the score shows. (I will refer to the teams as LHS and SHS, because they are both Eagles.) LHS took the lead 1-0 in the second, while holding SHS scoreless for two innings. More...

Sports Thoughts

Lexington had a bad “Eagle Week,” losing to both the Salado Eagles and the Rogers Eagles. Thank goodness there are no more Eagles in the district. More...

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Courtney Robertson scored the only Lady Eagle score in the tough battle with Rogers Friday night. She scored on a perfect sacrifice bunt by Mariah Thornton. The Lady Eagles lost the battle 1-3. More...














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