LHS Wins Three Straight Games To Improve Record
Lexington improved to 14-9 last week and picked up a pair of key district wins to stay in the hunt for one of the top two seeds in the 14AA tournament. The Tigers defeated Chester County, 6-2, last Tuesday, Dyer County, 4-0, on Wednesday and Riverside, 6-2, on Monday. Lexington plays its final district game of the season today when the Tigers travel to Riverside. The Tigers need a win to secure the two seed in the 14AA tournament. Most likely Scotts Hill will be the top seed. If Lexington finishes as the two seed, the Tigers will get to…
For complete coverage, see the April 24th edition of The Lexington Progress.