February 17, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Undisputed district champs!

Badgers coast to big win over Salado; prepare for playoffs against Caldwell

There may have been confusion about the final score, but there is no doubt the Badgers are the District 19-4A champions. More...

LHS grad performing well in NCAA track

Former Badger Steffin McCarter has had a strong start to the 2017 collegiate indoor track season. With the Big 12 Conference Championship a week away, the Texas Longhorn sophomore has earned two gold medals and one silver. More...

Hornets top hoops district for fifth year in a row

The Lometa Hornets earned their fifth straight district basketball title, trampling the Gustine Tigers 69-23 on Tuesday. In his debut season in Lometa, coach Frank Reyes II has continued the streak started by former coach Aaron Nuckles in 2012-2013. More...

Eagles escape 9th-grade game with close win

The Lampasas High School freshman boys ended their basketball season with a 42- 36 district loss to Salado on Tuesday.  The score was tied 13-13 at the end of the first quarter, and Lampasas pulled ahead 24-22 by halftime.  The visiting Eag More...

Girls’ soccer team jabs Jarrell 5-0

The Lady Badgers’ fourth straight district win came in a 5-0 shutout of the Jarrell Lady Cougars, and Lampasas sits at 5-1 in district.  For the third time in district play, Tatum Morrison recorded a hat trick.  The first of her three More...

STARTING LINE-UP FOR BASEBALL OPENER

1 Hunter Gholson 2B 2 Levi Geagley SS 3 Braden Terry RF 4 Santos Vega DH 5 Mason Steele CF 6 Garrett Witcher P 7 Gage Berry LF 8 More...

Girls’ basketball coach to resign

Lampasas High School Athletic Director Troy Rogers announced Wednesday that girls’ head basketball coach/girls’ athletic coordinator Jenny Roberts had submitted her resignation. More...

Softball team slugs 6A opponent 14-3

The Lady Badgers pounded the Pflugerville Panthers 14-3 in their regular-season softball opener at home Tuesday. Sophomore pitcher Collyn Schuricht earned the win, tossing two strikeouts and allowing only one earned run in four innings. More...

Cheerleaders earn all-state honors

Lampasas High School cheerleaders received the following awards from the Texas Girls’ Coaches Association.  Cheerleader of the Year: Tuesday Brown  Legacy All-Star Team: Tuesday Brown, Allison Harrell, Bricelyn Tatum  More...

Two LMS seventh-grade teams top district standings

The Lampasas Middle School seventh-grade “B” girls’ team completed an undefeated district basketball campaign Monday night. The final step toward the district title was accomplished with a 21-17 win over Marble Falls. More...

Cougars stun Badgers in varsity soccer

Jarrell upset the visiting Badger soccer team 2-1 in a windy match Tuesday night. The Cougars had been winless in district play before toppling the third-place Badgers, who now move to 4-2 in district action. More...

JV soccer team cages Cougars 6-0

The Lampasas JV boys’ soccer team defeated the Cougars 6-0 on Tuesday.  It was the Badgers’ fourth consecutive win, and they are now 2-1 against the Jarrell Cougars this season.  Stephan Page scored the first goal seven minutes More...