October 10, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Lometa coasts over Sidney

Big plays were spread around to several Hornet players in their 58-22 Homecoming win on Friday.  With a comfortable lead most of the game, the Hornets added some younger players into the mix. More...

Friday night fun

Fifth-grader Reed Jerome, right, charges into a tackling dummy held by Rudy Esparza during Friday Night Lights last week at Badger Field. More...

JV tennis team defeats Copperas Cove

Lampasas beat Copperas Cove 13-6 at home in JV tennis Thursday evening.  Sam Jackson/Thomas Cavalieri and Aaron Barajas/Eyan Skiles played tough teams, coach Eric White said.  “The matches were close and came down to one or two breaks More...

District football starts Friday with rivalry game

Michael Cornish (2) and Robert Madden, bottom right of photo, get in on a tackle during the Badgers’ last non-district football game Sept. 29. More...

Lampasas sweeps competition in pre-season hoops tournament

The Badgers hosted a large basketball tournament Saturday, one of their last tune-ups before the UIL season starts in November.  In varsity action, Lampasas won 50-37 over Copperas Cove, 59-45 over Killeen, 50-32 over Salado and 54-44 over Marbl More...

District volleyball continues

Tori Martinez (4) makes a play on offense during the Lady Badgers’ district match against Salado on Friday. Salado beat Lampasas 25-13, 25-18, 25-9. More...

Eighth-grade 'B' team places second in volleyball event - Free Access

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Republicans hold golf tournament

Justin Thompson putts on the 10th green at Hancock Park Golf Course during the annual Lampasas County GOP tournament, while Ed Hallmark and Matt Smith watch. More...

LHS hosts 1,000-plus runners

Badgers place fourth, Lady Badgers fifth in last pre-district cross country meet

The Badgers and Lady Badgers earned a handful of medals in their largest home meet on record. The Lampasas invitational on Friday featured 36 schools and 1,097 runners. Eleven full teams competed in the 1A-4A division. More...

Seventh-grade girls earn silver at home cross country race

The Lady Badger seventh-grade team took second place at the Lampasas cross country meet on Friday.  Individual medalists included Bailey Anderson, eighth place; Julia Andrade, 12th; Tate Brown, 13th; and Camri Davis, 14th place. More...

Fields of Faith will include praise music, testimony

Fields of Faith, a student-led event, will be Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Badger Stadium. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter at Lampasas High School is sponsoring the gathering, which is expected to last about an hour. More...