May 19, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Andrews dominates for 15th state golf crown

Lady Badgers finish fifth at UIL championship, behind West Texas dynasty

Monday’s round at the state golf tournament did not do justice to the kind of team Lampasas is. The Lady Badgers opened the 36-hole event at Slick Rock Golf Course with their second-highest score of the season: 380.  More...

Tennis finals scheduled today

Cassidy Gillis serves during girls’ doubles competition at the regional tennis tournament in April. Gillis and Nora Lawson were scheduled to begin their state quarterfinal doubles match on Thursday. More...

7-on-7 continues

Brandon Pierino makes a reception for Lampasas as he falls backward inside the Llano five-yard line on a touchdown drive Monday. Lampasas beat the Jackets in 7-on-7 action but lost to Burnet and to Marble Falls in a shortened game. More...

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

The Texas Southern University softball team, which includes former Lady Badger Marisa Maldonado, won the Southwestern Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday. More...

FOOTBALL CAMP

The Lampasas Badger Football Camp for current first- through fifth-graders is Monday through Wednesday next week at Badger Field. Camp is from 4-6:30 p.m. each day. Pre-registration costs $35, and walk-up registration is $40. More...

SUMMER CONDITIONING

Lampasas High School is offering SWAT -- Speed, Weights and Agility Training -- this summer for male and female athletes entering grades seven through 12.  Workout sessions are 8-10 a.m. More...

Basketball awards

The Lady Badger basketball team met Monday in W.M. Brook Park to receive end-of-the-year awards. Pictured above are Defensive MVP Abby Martin, left, and co-Battlin’ Badgers Morgann Schroeder, center, and Alexis Theus. More...

Fifth in state golf

Taylor Florio follows through on a shot on the last hole of her high school career. Florio and the Lady Badgers ended the season Tuesday at Horseshoe Bay with a fifth-place finish in the state tournament.   More...

Wilkins will compete solo in state golf tournament

Coach Justin Schulze has led a golf team to state all four years he has been in Lampasas, but now he is taking an individual qualifier for the first time.  Morris Wilkins, a senior, advanced to next week’s 4A state tournament at Apple Rock More...

Basketball coach finalist has over 800 career wins

Averaging nearly 24 wins per season Mark Myers plans to come out of retirement to coach in Lampasas. More...

Garrett Witcher bound for Division I Vaqueros

Garrett Witcher has committed to the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros, becoming the Badgers’ first NCAA Division I baseball commit in decades.  More...

Outdoorsman back to writing after break

HOOK UP

After being gone for a few months, it’s time to get back to work and get on with “Hook-up” business. More...

BASKETBALL CLINIC

Lampasas Basketball Skills Academy, directed by former LHS head coach Rob Shivers, will be offered at Bozarth- Fowler Gym every Monday and Wednesday in June from 10:30 to noon.  The academy is open to boys and girls entering grades four through More...

Tennis state qualifiers head to College Station

Garrett McGuire, left, serves during the regional tennis tournament, while Timothy Cavalieri mans the net. The Badger duo was scheduled to play in the state quarterfinals on Thursday. The finals are today in College Station.   More...

Touchdown reception

Asiel Gary, right, makes a catch in the end zone during the Badgers’ JV 7-on-7 game against Llano on Monday.   More...