September 24, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Eagles Flatten Franklin

In what was billed as a “Battle of the Giants” for district 20 3A supremacy, the Lexington Lady Eagles turned it into a runaway. More...

Eagles Open District Play

Lexington hosts New Waverly this week, to open District 12AAA-DII play. The Eagles are 1-3 for the season, and New Waverly is 0-4. The Bulldogs have lost to Woodville 42-13, Lovelady 62-14, Hardin 24-8, and Normangee 31-15.  More...

Lady Eagles Tromp Troy in 3

by Mike Organ  The Lady Eagles volleyball team is on a roll. More...

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JV Eagles Romp Shiner 28-8

The Lexington JV won their second game in a row, as they knocked off the Shiner JV 28-8 Thursday night in Shiner. The JV won this game due to the passing, rushing, and receiving of Caleb Meyer, JaKobe Cooper, and Jordan Kerr.  More...

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This picture looks like a train wreck pile-up! Chase Allert and Ryan Garrison made the stops, knocking Shiner off-balance. PHOTO BY MARK STRAIN. More...

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JV player Brittany Krenek goes up high and pushes the ball back to Franklin. More...

Comanches Raid Lexington

The Shiner Comanches came out on fire Friday night, as they scored 21 unanswered points in the first quarter on their way to a 49- 28 defeat of Lexington. More...

Now THIS Is Eagle Pride!!!

Lexington JV Cheerleaders More...

Sports Thoughts…

The Eagles have been well tested in non-district play. I hope they have improved enough to be in the playoff hunt, now that district will be starting.  More...

Lexington 8th Graders Fall to Shiner

The Eagle 8th grader football team fell to Shiner 32- 0 Tuesday night. The Eagle offense controlled the ball the first series of downs. Lexington got a short gain from Kameron Funburg on first down. More...

Lexington Youth Football News

Lexington has four youth teams; Flag White, Flag Green, JV and Varsity. On Saturday, we hosted the games against the Cedar Creek Eagles. More...

Do you Remember?

August 26, 1955 – Lexington Enterprise: Twenty-two prospective players reported to coaches Carl Peterson and G.A. Pringle on Monday August 22. More...

Lexington @ Allen Academy XC

The Lexington girls’ teams placed well in the Allen Academy Cross Country Meet. The Lexington High School girls’ team placed fifth, anchored on Clare Siegmund’s 15th place finish. More...


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