November 7, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Rogers Roasts Lexington 69-14

Rogers raced out to a 62-14 lead at halftime, and then cruised to the final 69-14 score. After receiving a short kickoff, Rogers scored on the first play from scrimmage on a quarterback sneak from 41 yards out, to take a quick lead. More...

Sports Thoughts

Watching the Dallas Cowboys is such a frustrating thing these days. Four times they have squandered a second half lead in the 5-4 season. They almost did it again Sunday, before beating Minnesota.  More...

Lady Eagles Deal Yoe Woe

Capture 2nd place

The Lexington Lady Eagles and the Cameron Yoe met in Rockdale Saturday afternoon to decide who would be the second place representative for volleyball District 22. Lexington defeated the Lady Yoe in four games 19-25, 25- 21, 25-18, 25-20. More...

Melody Rene Dungan

April 20, 1978 - October 30, 2013

Melody Rene (Rosner) Dungan was born on April 20, 1978 in Berlin, Germany to Eddie & Connie (Gordon) Rosner. After attending Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler, Melody joined the U.S. Army in which she served for four years. More...

Picks for November 8, 2013

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Young JVer, Vanessa Molina, on the return. More...

Lady Eagles Fillet Florence

Capture Tie for 2nd Place

The Lady Eagles traveled to Florence Tuesday night and clinched a tie for second place, with a convincing three game sweep of the Lady Buffs. Lexington toyed with Florence in game one, winning 25-23. More...

Standings

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Eagles to Face Schulenburg

A somewhat rival from years past, the Schulenburg Shorthorns, are the last scheduled game for the 2013 season. The winner of this game will proceed into the expanded playoffs, and the loser will start practicing basketball Monday. More...

James Russell Collins

June 23, 1947 - October 31, 2013

James Russell Collins was born on June 23, 1947 in Brenham, Texas to E.B. & Rose (Mikulin) Collins. He graduated from Dime Box High School in 1967 and attended Blinn College in Brenham. More...

MS Football Report

7th Grade - The 7th Grade football team got off to a great start, but had a bad finish, as they lost to Rogers 24-12 Thursday night. The two teams battled to a scoreless tie in the first quarter. More...


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