October 24, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Badgers look to lower boom on Pirates

Lampasas enters tonight’s football Homecoming matchup against the La Vega Pirates with renewed intensity and focus on physical play. More...

Experienced girls’ basketball team begins practice

Last season, the Lady Badger varsity basketball team had just one senior. This year, there are four seniors and eight players with varsity experience expected to return. More...

Four-set win over Llano tightens volleyball postseason race

Late in Tuesday’s district volleyball match, Llano was poised to snatch the lead, but Lampasas survived to win 25-21, 25-12, 21-25, 26-24. At 3-5, the Lady Badgers have secured their best record in district play since 2010. More...

Flores places fourth; advances to regional cross country meet - Free Access

Orlando Flores is the lone Badger to advance to the regional cross country meet, but all the Lampasas varsity runners recorded their best times of the season, according to head coach James Allison. More...

Emili Andrade wins 7th-grade district cross country meet

Emili Andrade brought home the only individual title for Lampasas Middle School, as she won the seventh-grade girls’ two-mile race with a time of 14:20. More...

Youth Hunting

Youth-only hunting season begins Saturday in Lampasas County for white-tailed deer, turkey and ducks. Youth-only season is open to hunters age 16 or younger. A special hunting license is required (Type 169). More...

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