Lampasas Dispatch Record Scoreboard

The Lometa (2-1) varsity girls came up short in the battle of the Lady Hornets at Rochelle on Saturday. The 46-33 loss came after back-to-back wins on Lometa’s home court.

The Badgers' seventh-grade "A" team beat Salado 32-25 to start the boys' basketball season on Thursday. 

Jack Jerome (22) hurdles Brazosport defenders, including Kevin Davis (20), the top tackler in 4A at game time.

The Lampasas Badgers (10-1) beat the Brazosport Exporters 42-14 on Friday to claim their second straight bi-district football championship. 

Lampasas will play the Gonzales Apaches (8-2) in the area playoffs Nov. 22 at The Pflugerville Pfield. 

Badger seniors Hunter Rebando, front left, and Haydn Hammerschmidt, front right, committed to NCAA baseball programs in writing on Wednesday at LHS. Also pictured are Hunter’s parents, Rick and Bobbie Rebando, and Hammerschmidt’s parents, Michele and Allen Kent and brother, Jacen Kent

Hunter Rebando and Haydn Hammerschmidt, both senior catchers/ outfielders, signed letters of intent on Wednesday to play college baseball. Rebando signed with the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, a Division

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The Lometa varsity girls opened the basketball season with back-to-back wins at home and will hit the road tomorrow to face Rochelle. On Saturday, the Lady Hornets defeated Ranger 34-6

In Tuesday’s game at Kyle Lehman, the Lady Badger varsity basketball team (1-1) won 44-32. Juliana Dwamena led Lampasas’ scoring for the second game in a row. She had 10

JEFF LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD

Coach Troy Rogers describes his team as a family, where players have a close bond like brothers. Several starters also have family ties to key Badger teams of the past.

JEFF LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD

The Badgers faced more competition in the first quarter Friday than they have nearly all season. Fredericksburg raced ahead 14-0, but Lampasas rallied to take the district title with a

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