Article by Kerry Mallard-
Lexington Middle picked up a big win at USJ last week winning 32-28 and handing USJ its first loss on their new turf field. LMS started the game on defense after kicking off to USJ. The USJ drive ended on the 10-yard line when the LMS defense stopped them on fourth down. The Minutemen took over and put together an impressive drive. Lexington Middle drove the length of the field, 90 yards, and scored when Noah Wood hit Greyson Dunkle with a 1-yard pass. Adonnis Smith added the 2-point conversion giving LMS the early…
For the complete story, see the September 4th edition of The Lexington Progress.