Eagles Corral Stockdale

The Eagles corralled the Stockdale Brahmas last Friday night in the Area competition, on the march toward the State Playoff games. Lexington struck quickly on their first possession and then relied on their defense for most of the first half, before roping the Brahmas late in the second quarter. The Brahmas’ game plan of shortening the game worked for 22 […]

Sports Thoughts……

I left Ryan Garrison off the list of Eagle defenders in last week’s article. Ryan is an intregal part of the Eagle defense. What is going to happen at UT and A&M? Both coaches are on the hot seat and both teams had pitiful performances Saturday against UTSA and Kansas. I think both will be allowed to finish the season. […]

Volleyball Honors for Lady Eagles

In voting by district coaches, several Lady Eagle volleyball players received honors. Voted newcomer of the year for the district was Lexington’s freshman libero, Grace Patschke. First team all-district honor was given to senior hitter Amanda Zgabay. Voted to the second team all-district were: Courtney Strain and Keanna Clemons. Getting honorable mention was Kynslie Meyer. The Lady Eagles were just […]


Lady Eagles @ Dime Box Tourney

Snook toppled the Lady Eagles in the championship game of the Dime Box Tourney. Lexington started off slowly, but picked up the scoring pace in the second quarter. The Lady Eagles had problems in the third period, but holding even in the fourth, but way too late. Lexington reached the championship game by defeating the Aggieland JV and Varsity on […]

Eagles Face East Bernard

This Friday in Bastrop at 7:00 pm, Lexington faces one of the storied programs in small school football this week in East Bernard. The Brahmas are 11-1 this season despite returning 3 offensive and one defensive starter players from last years’ 12-3 team that was eliminated from the state playoffs in the state semi-final round. This season the Brahmas have […]

Former Marine overcomes college admissions obstacles

After eight years in the Marine Corps, including a seven-month tour of duty of Afghanistan, Travis Bush already had faced plenty of obstacles. Enrolling in college didn’t need to be another. Frustrated with the road blocks he encountered along the way, Bush, who reached the rank of sergeant, nearly gave up on college. If it weren’t for the persistent encouragement […]


The Nitsche Group Named among Best Places to Work by Business Insurance

The Nitsche Group has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Insurance in 2016 by Business Insurance magazine and Best Companies Group. This marks the second consecutive year The Nitsche Group has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Insurance. “Being named to Business Insurance’s list of the Best Places to Work in […]

Now THIS Is Eagle Pride!!!