Lady Eagles Basketball

The Lady Eagle basketball team is off to a good start for the 2022-23 season. The Ladies opened the season with an impressive victory over Rosebud-Lott. Next came a close loss to Pflugerville Connally 40-34. The Lady Eagles won three in a row in impressive fashion. First came a double-digit win over Luling. Next was a trip to Granger with […]

Eagle Sightings

We’re having another great week at Lexington ISD! We welcomed our students and staff back Monday after they enjoyed a much-needed break last week. The weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas are filled with student activities, competitions, and performances, so be sure to check our district calendar often. I want to give our readers a quick school safety update. State-mandated intruder […]

Eagle Football Honors

In recent voting by District 13-3A-II coaches, the undefeated Lexington Eagle team received honors. Leading the superlative list was Daylon Washington, who was voted the Most Valuable Player in the district. Teammate Preston McMillan was voted the Defensive MVP of the district. The future looks bright for Lexington with Freshmen Kace Evans and Gabe Turner being voted Newcomers of the […]

Eagle Pride

Sports Thoughts……

The Eagles had a sad ending to a great football season. It is a shame that all the teams in our district were eliminated in the first or second round of the playoffs. The Eagles have a large string nucleus returning for the next two years. The Austin area is doing well in the football tourney. Westlake is going for […]

Eagle Basketball

The Eagles opened up with wins over Somerville and Snook before taking off the Thanksgiving holidays. The Eagles defeated Somerville 55-48 in their first basketball game after football. In the Snook game the Eagles played hard to build up a nice lead through three quarters. Snook found a three-point spot in the fourth quarter and chopped the big lead down […]

Lady Eagle Honors

Brenly Walker was voted first team All-District in voting by district coaches. Walker is a senior outside hitter for the Eagles. Libero Kinsey Hobbs was voted to the second team. Hobbs is also a senior. Getting honorable mention were: Emilia Bayer, Kynleigh Evans, Kenzie Muhl,

Lexington Laps Luling 45-13

The Lexington Lady Eagles captured their second win of the young basketball season with a start to finish win over the Luling Lady Eagles. Lexington jumped out to a 11-3 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Maya Bell and Kristina Jenkins led Lexington with 18 and 14 points respectively. Lexington switches to Highway 95 for their next […]


Kinsey Hobbs signed with Sam Houston State University recently. As she put the pen to the paper, she was surrounded by her proud parents, Travis and Amy. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

Eagle Pride

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