September 12, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Offense unleashed in 67-62 win

Whitehead contributes 43 points against Rockets; Badgers break road losing streak

The Badgers (1-1) wrecked the Robinson defense for nine touchdowns on Friday and ended a nearly three-year road losing streak.  In the 67-62 win, freshman Ace Whitehead threw five touchdown passes to Brandon Pierino – three of them in the More...

Tennis team beats defending regional finalist Rockets

Lampasas split a pair of road matches on Saturday against two teams that reached the tennis regional finals or further last year.  The Badgers beat Robinson on their home court 11-8, but lost to Kaufman 12-7.  Against Robinson, Lampasas swe More...

Eighth-grade ‘B’ squad earns only volleyball win for LMS

The Lampasas Middle School eighth-grade “B” team beat Fredericksburg 25-16, 25- 21 at home on Saturday.  Coach Christy Wiley said the Lady Badgers “came out on fire!”  More...

JV, freshmen win gridiron match-ups on Thursday

Lampasas improved to 1-1 in junior varsity football with a 35-20 win at home over Robinson on Thursday. More...

Valdez medals in LMS cross country

Abby Valdez placed 14th at the Liberty Hill cross country meet on Saturday to earn Lampasas’ only medal of the event.  The LMS girls placed fifth, and the boys finished ninth. Seventh- and eighth-graders raced in the same division. More...

FRIDAY’S VARSITY FOOTBALL STATISTICS

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 FINAL LAM 7 16 14 30 67 ROB 14 7 More...

LHS girls win Pflugerville race

The Lady Badgers won the 1A-4A division of the Pflugerville Invitational on Friday, and the Badgers took second in the boys’ division.  Kyndal Moyer earned her first bronze medal of the season with her best time of 13:11.  More...

Lady Ducks fly past Lampasas in district volleyball

The Lady Badgers lost three sets to one to Taylor in the district volleyball opener at home on Friday. Taylor (13-18, according to maxpreps.com) won 25-10, 25-13, 23-25, 25-20. Statistical leaders for Lampasas were as follows: More...

Lometa endures injuries, mistakes to top Indians 42-20

The Lometa Hornets are off to their first 2-0 start in head coach D.T. More...

Youth compete in triathlon

A group of local youth competed in the Colin’s Hope Triathlon in Bee Cave -- an event that raises funds and awareness for drowning prevention and swim safety. The local team, as of Saturday, had raised $665 for the cause.  More...