2013-09-26

Eagles Struck by Rattlers




Navasota scored early and often en route to a 65-0 win over the outmanned Lexington Eagles. Try as Lexington did the entire night, Navasota had more accomplished football players in the game. Navasota scored 21 points in the first quarter, 24 in the second, seven in the third, and 13 in the fourth period for the 65 points. Navasota’s first […]

French Named to Dean’s Honor Roll List at A & M



Texas A&M University has named its honor students for the summer semester, recognizing them for outstanding academic performance. The Dean’s Honor Roll recognizes students taking at least 12 semester hours during the summer semester who have maintained a 3.75 or higher grade point (GPR) out of a possible 4.0. Among those recognized was Joan M. French, a Senior with 90+ […]

8th Grade Lexington Eagles Open Season vs. Franklin Lions



After finishing their 7th grade year with a record of 8 – 1, the Lexington Eagle 8th grade football team opened the season on September 12 with the Franklin Lions. Franklin took the opening kickoff and drove 60 yards for the first touchdown, a 5 yard pass to the tight end. The 2 point conversion was good and Franklin led […]

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8th Grade Football

Lexington vs. Brookshire - Royal

After narrowly losing to Franklin in week 1 (article of which is below the picture at the right), the 8th grade Eagles traveled to Brookshire – Royal Thursday night, September 19. There was not much offense for either team, as the game was played on a very wet and muddy field. This proved to be a defensive battle. BR scored […]

Cross Country News



This week’s meet was held in Caldwell on a really muddy Davidson Creek Park course. The course, muddy from all the recent rains, was especially rigorous on the young runners from the nine competing schools. Lexington only had six runners competing, due to illness, injury, and a JV volleyball tourney. Matthew Martin finished third in the JV boys division, and […]

The “Big O” on………………. Sports Thoughts



Well, the Aggies blew out SMU, as expected. Johnny Football had a great game for mortals, but a bit below his standards. The Aggie defense looked better against the Mustangs, but how will it fare against LSU or Mississippi? The Horns kept the wolves from Coach Mack’s door for a week or two. The Horns cannot ease up against lowly […]

Lady Eagles Drop Salado

Remain Undefeated

Lexington traveled to Salado for an early volleyball game Friday. When they arrived in Salado, the home coach had not made arrangements for the varsity game to start early. When they finally started, Lexington jumped out to a two game lead, winning the first two games 25-21 and 25-17. Salado bounced back to take the third game 19-25, challenging the […]

One Nation Under Fire



Small things give us away. We tell who we are by what we do, or don’t do. Take shopping carts, for instance. More and more people are just leaving them anywhere in the parking lot. No effort is being made to return them, not even to the provided spaces, let alone to the store. What does this behavior say? I […]

Lady Eagles Sting Academy



Lexington defeated Academy in three games 25-19, 25-8, 25-20, Tuesday night to remain undefeated in district play. The Lady Eagles were in command the first two games. In the third game, Lexington relaxed and Academy mounted a charge. The Lady Eagles were up to the challenge as they fought back to take the third game also. Karsen Ross had a […]