February 6, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Eagles Fix Florence

The Lady Eagles started fast and then held on to defeat the Florence Lady Buffs 35-28. Christen Schneider led the early blast as she contributed 16 points to Lexington’s final total. Lexington zipped out to an 11-4 lead in the first period. More...

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Megan Walch goes after the ball, trying to take it from the Cameron ball player. More...

Sports Thoughts…….

Super Bowl? This was more of the Soup or Bowl of chili decision than a competitive football game. 43- 8. More...

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Ryan Garrison gets pressure from behind as he dribbles the ball upcourt. More...

Eagle JV Bashed by Yoe

by Mike Organ  The Lexington JV was throttled by the Cameron Yoe JV 53-13 Friday night. Lexington played a decent first quarter, losing 16-7. More...

Softball and Baseball

Baseball and softball practices are underway with scrimmages on the horizon, the first of which was a baseball scrimmage in Giddings Tuesday afternoon. More...

Eagles Fall to Florence 59-29

Lexington continued their winless season in the District 22AA basketball race with a 30- point loss to Florence last Tuesday night.  The Eagle effort was led by Grant Peimann, who had 11 points in the game.  The Buffs picked up their second More...

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Eagles’ 2014-2015 District Realignment

The Eagles’ District realignment was announced on Tuesday this week, putting LISD in the 3A Division II District 12. More...

Eagles Fall to Cameron

Lexington played hard, but continued winless in district basketball action with a 76-51 loss to Cameron Friday night. The Eagles played hard, but fell behind by as many as 24 points midway of the third quarter. More...

Lady Eagles Missed Free Shots

The Lady Eagles missed 23 of 33 free throws in a 43-35 loss to Cameron Friday night. Free throws have been the devil for the Lady Eagles all season long. It is not just one player missing the basket; it is the whole team. More...

Lady Eagle JV Nipped by Yoe

The young Lady Eagle JV lost to Cameron 32-20 Friday night. Lexington fought hard to get back into the game after falling behind 8-2 in the first quarter. The young ladies lost the second quarter by one, and the fourth quarter by one. More...


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