Area Sports

Lady Lions Beat Lady Tigers in Instant Classic

The Lady Lions and Lady Tigers met at Chandler Gymnasium, on Monday night, for a game that would be fast paced, sloppily played at some points and nerve-wracking to say the least. All that morphed into a great game, with both fan bases clamoring for more, as the Lady Lions found a way to win…

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LHS Tigers Sweep Scotts Hill Lions

Lexington defeated Scotts Hill, 61-49, Monday night in the battle of Henderson County part two. The win gives Lexington a season sweep over Scotts Hill. The Tigers now have an overall record of 11-13 and are 6-6 in district play. The win also snapped a two-game losing skid by the Tigers. There are two big games…

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Lady Tigers Take Loss at Scotts Hill

Monday night, the Lexington Lady Tigers took the short trip to Scotts Hill to face their Henderson County rival. After defeating Scotts Hill handily in early January, the Lady Tigers were looking for the season sweep. Things didn’t go as planned for Lexington and Scotts Hill won the game, 42-37. The loss gives Lexington a…

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LHS Lady Tigers Improve to 13-8

Lexington’s Lady Tigers improved their record to 13-8 last week, with wins over North Side and McNairy. Most importantly, Lexington improved to 7-2 in district play with just five games to play in the 2019 season. There is still a lot of work to be done and with five games remaining the Lady Tigers have…

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Lady Lions Fall To 11-9 Overall

The Scotts Hill Lady Lions had two big District 14-AA games this past week. Unfortunately, the Lady Lions fell in both games. However, they seemed to have improved their play. On Tuesday night, the Lady Lions hosted Chester County. The Lady Lions fell behind early in the first quarter, mostly because of a physical defense…

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Tigers Pick Up a Pair of District Wins

Last week was a very successful week for the Lexington Tigers. Lexington got a pair of district wins, over North Side and McNairy, and improved to 10-11 overall and 5-4 in district play. The Tigers have just five more games remaining in the regular season coming into the week, one of which was played last…

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SH Lions Stand at 11-9 on the Season

The Scotts Hill Lions played two games this past week. They battled, in loosing efforts, on both occasions, with two of the top teams in the district. On Tuesday, the Lions played host to Chester County. The Lions opened up the game playing strong defense but finding it hard to score consistently on offense as…

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Maness Signs With Bethel University

On Friday, January 18, a goal was achieved, and a dream became a reality when Chase Maness, of Scotts Hill High School, accepted and signed a golf scholarship with Bethel University. Chase is the son of Mark and Lori Maness, of Lexington. At a very early age, Chase decided he wanted to continue in the family…

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LHS Golf Members Receive Recognition

Prior to the basketball game last Tuesday two members of the LHS Golf team were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments last season. Zac Douglas and Haley Scott are both members of the LHS Basketball team and they were also recognized for their efforts on the golf course. Haley Scott, a junior at LHS, started playing…

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Heisman Austin Signs with Roane State in Baseball

Last Friday, senior baseball player Heisman Austin signed to continue his academic and athletic career at Roane State Community College, in Harriman, Tennessee, which is 30 minutes East of Crossville. Heisman said it’s a dream come true to be signing with Roane State, “I’ve always wanted to be good enough to be able to play…

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