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Yogi Berra famously said, “the future ain’t what it used to be.” The future of Badger sports could be changing, too, with an impressive class of incoming freshman. The freshman

Ricky Haynie of Lampasas carded the lowest gross score -- the actual 18-hole tally -- at the Curtis Bozarth Senior Classic on Thursday. But Zane Wickham of Leander carded the

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The Badgers used a 37-4 second-half run to bury the San Saba Armadillos in a summer basketball home game Thursday. Then in the league finale, the Badgers trampled the Marble

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The Winchester Model 94, generally known as the “Thutty-Thutty” by the old deer hunters, was the leading deer rifle for many years. Winchester sold over 7 million of these. The

Texas state parks offer numerous events for the Fourth of July holiday. A couple of the ones closest to Lampasas are listed below. INKS LAKE STARE PARK Independence Day Bike

Lainey Dixon competes in high jump in the 8U division of a summer meet in Lampasas on Friday. Building Badgers Youth League hosted the informal event, with a variety of

Hunter Rebando, an incoming Lampasas junior, was named MVP of the 16U Championship Game in a recent baseball tournament at the University of Texas-San Antonio. The Badger catcher plays multiple

LeeAnn Parker placed second at the two-day Hill Country Junior open golf tournament with a score of 78-77-155. She had three birdies on day two of the event at Kerrville’s

The Lampasas Scrapppers, coached by Ron Bumpus, and the Lampasas Rangers -- coached by Eric Morua -- qualified for the 8U baseball district tournament. Turner Sports Complex in Lampasas is

The Round Rock Express dropped the first three games of a home series against the Colorado Springs Sky Sox over the weekend. Closing pitcher R.J. Alvarez was selected for the

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