March 20, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Rogers Spanks the Green Eagles

W.E. Meuth singled in the top of the fourth inning, and Tyler Krenek’s two-out double sent Meuth scampering home for Lexington’s only run in a 21-1 spanking at the bats and gloves of the Rogers’ Eagles.   More...

Salado Shuts Down Lexington

Salado defeated Lexington 11-0 in the opening district game Tuesday afternoon. The Red Eagles scored three runs in the top of the first on three hits, a Lexington error, and a sacrifice fly. More...

Eagle Relays This Thursday and Friday

The Lexington Eagles will host their annual Lexington Relays this weekend. On Thursday, the High School meet will start at 3:30 and end about 10:00 pm. More...

Photos

Above, Madison Bexley catches a pop up for one out. Below, Meghann Wrinkle on the mound. More...

Rogers Tops Lexington Lady Eagles

History seemed to repeat itself Monday afternoon in Rogers. After falling to Academy Friday evening, on a game-tying home run and an extra base hit to plate the winning run, the Green Lady Eagles had the same experience, again. More...

Salado Sinks Lady Eagles

Salado proved to be as good as their ranking indicates, as they defeated Lexington 15-5 Tuesday evening. Salado banged out three home runs, one of which was a grand slam in their decisive win. More...

Sports Thoughts

The first Eaglelympics were held in 1976. John Reat was the head timer for the initial event. Mr. John was a man that loved a good track meet. We went to a joint High School and Southwest Conference meet in Austin one year. What a great meet. More...


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