February 27, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

Girls’ soccer team wins third district shutout

Five minutes into Tuesday’s game against Jarrell, the Lady Badgers had already scored three goals. Lampasas added one more first-half goal and won 4-0 to move to 3-1 in district soccer. Alette Cook recorded goals No. 1 and No. 4. More...

Baseball action

Clayton Parrish fields a hard-hit grounder near the thirdbase line in the home game against Gatesville. More...

A look back at hunting season

Another hunting season has come and gone. Looking back, it was not as bad as some folks were expecting. The dove hunting was pretty good in 2014. Whitewing doves continue to move further north in Texas. More...

Mount Enterprise defeats Lometa 55-45 in area playoffs - Free Access

The Mount Enterprise Wildcats defeated Lometa 55-45 in the 1A boys' basketball area championship on Friday. Please see Tuesday's edition of the Dispatch Record for details.  More...

Lady Badger lifters qualify for regionals

LHS girls' powerlifting coach Duane Young announced on Tuesday that the following Lady Badgers have qualified for the regional meet: Brianna Brudney, Maci Holcomb, Jenna Vann, Leilani Flores, Audrey Reese, Gabby Martinez, Sienna Lawson, Ariana Wilkin More...

LHS wins baseball opener

Lampasas won the first regular-season game of the year, 5-3 over Gatesville on Tuesday. The Hornets had won the last several meetings, including two one-run victories last season in district competition. More...

Lampasas takes 6-1 softball win in Georgetown

Lampasas took the lead in the first inning and never let go in a 6-1 softball victory over Georgetown on Wednesday. Regan Dunn pitched a complete game against the 5A school, and she recorded nine strikeouts. More...

TRACK

The high school track meet in Burnet, previously scheduled for today, has been canceled due to cold temperatures, LISD Athletic Director Brian Emerson announced Thursday. LMS also had a meet scheduled for today that has been canceled. More...

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Tealey Farquhar, a Texas Woman’s University junior and former Lady Badger, batted seven-for-nine and had five runs and two RBIs on the second day of the W.T. Woodward Invitational. TWU won 22-15 over Chadron State and 16-7 over Colorado Mesa. More...