August 18, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Six returning Badgers voted as unit leaders

Early this week, Lampasas football players voted on position leaders as part of coach Troy Rogers’ plan to teach the “power of the unit.”  Six players, all returning lettermen, were elected as leaders over the following units o More...

Tennis team cruises past ’Roos, Eagles

Despite early-season ‘rust’, Badgers easily win opening matches on Tuesday

Lampasas easily beat two Killeen schools on Tuesday to start the team tennis season at 2-0. In the morning match at Killeen High School, the Kangaroos won the No. More...

Lometa cross country

Lometa runners, from left, Luis Acevedo, John Brown Skipper and Ryan Davidson work out on the school track Wednesday morning. The Hornets started cross country practice Aug. 7, and their first meet is Aug. 30. More...

Players equipped and ready

Lampasas Middle School coach Nick Leopold, right, fits seventh-grader Rawlin Smith with shoulder pads. LMS football players received equipment on Monday, and their first practice is Monday of next week.   More...

Lometa gears up for two scrimmage opponents today

With a week of contact drills under their belts, the Hornets’ starting line-up is slowly coming into focus.  “The first day of pads was good for us,” coach D.T. Torres said. More...

Dove prospects vary from ‘fair to excellent’

Based on field observations by Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists, prospects for the 2017-18 dove hunting season are fair to excellent across the state. More...

Lady Badgers drop home match to Rogers

Rogers swept the Lady Badgers Tuesday night in Lampasas’ first home volleyball match of the year. The Lady Eagles, a defending 3A areaqualifying team, won 25-9, 25-13, 25-10. More...

Lampasas Middle School athletics dates to remember

FOOTBALL Aug. 21-24Seventh-grade practice7-8:40 a.m. (locker roomopen at 6:30 a.m.)Eighth-grade practice 2:45-4:50 p.m.Practice will follow thesame schedule Aug. 28-31and Sept. 5-6. More...

Lightening your load will optimize boating

HOOK UP

We all do it, and it’s really hard to get away from it, but we are really overworking our boat motors and not optimizing speed and fuel economy. We are overloading our boats with all the tackle and rods we habitually leave in there. More...