December 5, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Hall of Fame inductee Null reflects on career

Keith Null remembers the thrill of being drafted by the St. Louis Rams in 2009 as “one of the coolest things, top 5, that’s ever happened to me.” But the newest Lampasas Football Hall of Fame inductee said football has never been his top priority. More...

Small-school powerhouses trip up LHS in Salado

The Badgers lost to two No. 2 teams from smaller classifications at the Salado basketball tournament. But they won three games and ended on a high note, topping Cameron Yoe 57-50 in overtime Saturday. More...

Lometa hosts hoops tournament

Emily Rosales tries to drive past Rochelle during the Lady Hornets’ tournament opener Thursday. More...

LOMETA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT RESULTS

The Lometa Hornets went 2-2 in their varsity boys’ tournament at home, held Thursday through Saturday. More...

Bullriding school

Marshall Belanger participated in the Ted Nuce Bullriding School and Bible Camp Nov. 23-26, hosted by Thousand Hills Cowboy Church in Kerrville. More...

JV boys place second in Gateville

Lampasas won three JV games in a row at the Gatesville boys’ tournament last week before dropping the championship game to Copperas Cove. Re-caps of the four games are shown below. More...

Young bucks lock antlers

Lampasas resident Freida Holland recently captured this image on a game camera of two bucks with antlers locked. The photo was taken south of town. More...

Varsity girls have season’s best outing in Florence

The Lady Badgers won four straight games in the Florence basketball tournament last week before ending with a loss to the tournament winner, Rosebud-Lott. Lampasas (6-10) came home with a second-place plaque. More...

Cheerleaders qualify for UCA Nationals

The Lampasas High School varsity cheerleaders placed third at the recent Universal Cheerleaders Association Southwest Regional Championship. More...

Several wrestlers medal in season-opener

Cameron Everts reached the championship match in the varsity boys’ 160 weight class, where he was defeated by Weatherford.  In varsity girls’ action, Daisy Goldston and Carlie Groves both reached the quarterfinals of the winner&rsquo More...

LMS crushes Llano in several basketball match-ups

Lampasas Middle School dominated Llano 76-14 in eighth-grade “A” basketball Thursday night. Coach Warren Scott said his team “played a great defensive game that created numerous opportunities for some easy scores. More...

Meeting a legend

Ted Nuce, left, a 1985 NFR bullriding world champion, instructed 26 boys in the recent camp. On Nov. 26, a jackpot rodeo was held, and the winner of each division won a belt buckle. More...

TABC RANKINGS - NOV. 27

CONFERENCE 4A GIRLS 1. Liberty Hill (8-2) 2. Levelland (8-0) 3. Tatum (4-1) 4. Houston Wheatley (7-0) 5. Argyle (6-2) 6. Navasota (9-0) 7. Stephenville (4-0) 8. Sweeny (3-1) 9. Gilmer (4-1) 10. More...