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SH Lions Sweep Chester County In Doubleheader

The Lions had two important games this past week to keep pace in district 14-AA, and they did just that sweeping Chester County in a two-game series. Due to weather, both games were played on Tuesday at Chester County. After rain on Monday postponed the game, the Lions made the quick trip down to Henderson…

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Big Red Tiger Baseball Slips

Lexington lost two of its last three games and slipped to 11-9 on the season. Last week, the Tigers defeated Adamsville, 9-7, on Tuesday but then lost a non-district game at Trenton, 4-3, on Thursday. The toughest loss came Monday night, at Chester County, when Lexington was shutout 2-0. The loss gave Lexington a record…

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Lions Improve Record to 13-5

After the Lions swept Chester County earlier in the week, the Lions had two out of district games. Scotts Hill travelled to Jackson Christian and to Huntingdon in what became a busy and successful week of baseball. On Wednesday, the Lions took on Jackson Christian. Neither team gained any advantages in the early going, as…

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LHS Soccer Dominates During Last Week’s Play

The Lexington High School Tigers Soccer team now has a record of 8-2, with two of the district games being played last week. Last Tuesday, LHS played at Chester County winning the match, 2-1. Both goals were scored by Hayden Phillips. Last Thursday, Lexington hosted McNairy County and came out with a winning score of 6-1. Goals…

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Foul Lines To Field Goals

Two big things happened this weekend. One definitely outshined the other. However, if I didn’t cover both someone would upset, so two events are what I will cover. On Saturday, the Volunteers took to Shield-Watkins Field for the Orange and White game. On Sunday, wearing red, Tiger won the Masters. Two big events and I…

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LHS Lady Tigers 20-2 on Season

Last week, the Lady Tigers split a pair of games and are now 20-2 on the season and 5-1 in district play. Lexington picked up a win over Scotts Hill and lost to South Side last week. The Lady Tigers returned to action yesterday and had an important district game at McNairy. Lexington travels to…

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SH Lions Split District Games with Lexington

The Scotts Hill Baseball team played in-county rival Lexington, this past week, and split the two games. On Monday, the Lions went on a route, defeating Lexington, but the Lions came up short in the second game. On Monday, Scotts Hill traveled to Lexington. Through the first two innings, neither team scored. Lexington picked up…

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Tigers Fall to 9-7 on Season

Last week was a tough one for the Lexington Tigers Baseball team, after losing 3 out of 4 games and falling to 9-7 on the season. The Tigers are in a three-way tie with Scotts Hill and Riverside for the top spot in the district standings, with six more games to play. Lexington forced a…

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SH Lady Lions Drop Two District Games

The Scotts Hill Lady Lions fell in back-to-back tough district 14-AA matchups. The Lady Lions’ softball team took on Chester County and Lexington, this past week, and fought valiantly before falling. On Monday, the Lady Lions hosted Chester County. It was Scotts Hill striking first with Leah Atkinson singling in Shayla Phillips. That would be…

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LMS Soccer Falls to USJ

Lexington Middle School Soccer hosted University School of Jackson on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. USJ was ahead at halftime, 5-1. Lexington’s only goal was scored by AJ Cox. During the second half, some adjustments were made by both teams and the Minutemen were able to secure three more goals. USJ also scored one goal, ending…

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