April 25, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Badgers start playoffs Thursday against Giddings

Three-game series on tap against state-ranked Lady Buffs

After a district-finale loss on Friday, the Lady Badgers start the softball playoffs this week against a coach with multiple state titles under his belt. More...

TEXAS GIRLS COACHES ASSOCIATION 4A SOFTBALL RANKINGS - APRIL 17

1. Liberty Hill 2. Krum 3. Crandall 4. Paris North Lamar 5. Stephenville 6. Rio Hondo 7. LaGrange 8. Levelland 9. Brownwood 10. Andrews 11. Giddings 12. Beeville Jones 13. Lorena 14. Carthage 15. Pearsall 16. Hudson More...

LMS golf lowers scores at home

The Lampasas Middle School girls tied for second place at their home tournament on Thursday, while the LMS boys were third in their division.  “The kids all played very well, against tough competition,” coach Courtney Young said. More...

Baseball team clings to playoff hopes

Geagley’s injury a major blow to Badgers; third or fourth place still possible

It’s a time of testing for the Badgers after back-to-back losses and a potentially season-ending injury to ace pitcher Levi Geagley last week. On Friday, the Badgers lost 13-3 in five innings to the 10th-ranked Liberty Hill Panthers. More...

GUN TALK

A look at a very rare firearm

Several years ago a friend showed me an Ithaca Auto and Burglar 20-gauge handgun with its factory holster. I had to take a picture of this super-rare piece, which he allowed me to do. More...

Badgers stack up well with regional golf opponents

Wilkins ranked in top 10 individually

The Badgers are hoping to return to the boys’ state golf meet for the first time in three years. The Region III-4A tournament starts Wednesday at Raven Nest Golf Club in Huntsville, and round two is Thursday at the same location.  More...

Powerlifting Battlin’ Badgers

Victoria Martinez received the Battlin’ Badger Award for Outstanding Female Powerlifter. More...

LMS tennis medals in Llano tournament

The Lampasas Middle School tennis team traveled to Llano on a cold Saturday morning and brought home several medals. Brooklynne Edgar won the eighth-grade girls’ singles draw, losing only two games in her three matches. More...

Players nominated for 4A student-athlete of the year

Lampasas seniors Harrison Gillespie and Megan Sittner have been nominated for a Letterman to Leader Scholarship given to one 4A male athlete and one 4A female athlete. More...

Badgers win three divisions of JV district tennis

LHS players who medaled at the JV tennis district tournament include, from left, Eyan Skyles, Chad Brewster, Kodi Green, Gillian Lampen, Iryna Ustymenko, Sam Jackson, Aaron Barajas, Jade Beavers and More...