September 23, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Badgers' rally falls short against Canyon Lake - Free Access

Lampasas lost the non-district finale in varsity football, 42-34 at Canyon Lake on Thursday. The Canyon Lake Hawks did not have many explosive plays, but they moved the ball consistently. More...

LMS goes 3-1 against Hawks

Lampasas Middle School beat the Canyon Lake Hawks in three of the four football games Wednesday night. The Badger eighth-grade “A” team shut out the Hawks 6-0. More...

Zac Dibble Memorial

The Fourth Annual We Run 4 Zac memorial 5K and one-mile run is scheduled for Oct. 1. The race starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Hancock Park Pavilion. Race-day registration begins at 4 p.m. More...

LMS volleyball wins one over Salado

Lampasas Middle School beat Salado 25-11, 21-25, 15-9 in the seventh-grade “B” volleyball match Monday. More...

Lometa faces Eagles in battle of 2-2 teams

The Hornets hope to climb back above .500 this week as they near the midpoint of the season. “It’s that point where we know who we are, and we’ve just got to get on a roll,” Lometa head football coach D.T. Torres said. More...

Republican golf event

The Lampasas County Republican Party will host its 18th annual golf tournament and picnic fundraiser Oct. 1 at Hancock Park Golf Course. A continental breakfast at the clubhouse kicks off festivities at 7 a.m. Tee off will be at 8 a.m. More...

Cross country teams take first in Waco - Free Access

On Thursday, the Lady Badgers won their division of a cross country meet for the fourth time this season, while the Badgers earned their third team victory. More...

After loss to Akins, district volleyball resumes today

Lampasas dropped a threeset match to Austin Akins after a fairly close first set on Tuesday. Akins, a Conference 6A team, beat the Lady Badgers 25-19, 25-13, 25-14. Tuesday’s match was a break from the district schedule. More...

Moonlight golf

Colorado River CattleWomen’s 15th Annual Moo-oonlight Madness night golf tournament is Oct. 15 at Hancock Park Golf Course. A pre-tournament meal will begin at 6:30 p.m. that day. The tournament is a two-person scramble format. More...

JV earns first football victory

In their first home football game of the season, the junior varsity Badgers beat Canyon Lake 26-8. “The defense absolutely suffocated the Hawks, causing four turnovers,” coach Paul Weinheimer said. More...

Lady Hornets take first at home meet

The Lometa varsity girls topped the team standings at their home cross country meet Wednesday afternoon. Runners endured temperatures in the 90s with sparse shade at the course in Lometa Regional Park. More...