December 16, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Ortiz to be inducted into Hall of Fame

Lampasas High School coach and Oklahoma Panhandle State University graduate Gus Ortiz and his former teammates will be inducted into the OPSU Hall of Fame in January. More...

Lampasas seventhgrader selected for All-American Bowl

Daunte Cuffie, a seventhgrader at Lampasas Middle School, has been selected to play in the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. The invitational all-star game is set for Saturday in Naples, Fla. More...

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Chuck Lawson bagged this Axis deer in the eastern portion of Lampasas County at Brooks Crossing. More...

Lometa teams capture tournament titles

The Lometa varsity boys’ basketball team extended its winning streak to seven games with a tournament championship in Lohn. More...

Lampasas snaps losing streak with season-high scoring

The Badgers’ 54-43 win over Clifton on Friday was the highlight of the varsity boys’ tournament in Hamilton. Lampasas had lost six straight before defeating the 3A team in the consolation bracket. More...

Varsity basketball

Lady Badgers Qadrey Tolliver, left, and Stacie Olivarez, far right, guard an oposing player during a non-district basketball game. Lampasas was scheduled to host an Australian team Monday night. More...

8th-grade ‘A’ girls take second in tournament

The Lampasas Middle School eighth-grade “A” girls’ basketball team finished second out of eight teams at the home tournament. Lampasas High School hosted the tournament. The 15th Military Batallion from Fort Hood also assisted. More...

LMS boys split with Burnet

Lampasas defeated Burnet in the eighth-grade “A” and seventh-grade “B” boys’ basketball games Thursday. The Bulldogs came out on top in the other two contests. More...