Gabe Allison, left, tries to drive past Vincent Shahan on Tuesday in a youth basketball camp led by Lampasas High School coaches.

Ayden Vanliew shoots, attempting to score as many points as possible during a 45-second drill at the Badger basketball camp. The three-day camp, held at Lampasas High School, ends Thursday.

The Badgers won one game and lost two in a 7-on-7 state qualifying tournament at Burnet Saturday. The Badgers fell short of advancing to state. They fell 37-27 to Stephenville

The top-ranked Victoria Hurricanes beat the Lampasas Thunder 42-22 in the second round of the Crossroads Amateur Football League playoffs. Lampasas ends the year at 8-4, while the Hurricanes stayed

Lady Badger Basketball camp will be offered June 11-14 for incoming seventh-, eighth- and ninth-grade players. Camp for incoming third- through sixthgraders will be held June 18-21. The cost is

JEFF LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD

LeeAnn Parker wrapped up her freshman season as the leading Lampasas golfer, tying for 21st at the state golf tournament. About 70 girls competed for the 4A crown Monday and

JEFF LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD

The Lampasas Thunder beat the San Antonio Warriors 12-6 in a sudden-death overtime Wednesday for the team’s first playoff win in the Crossroads Amateur Football League. Erick Arizmendi caught the

COURTESY PHOTO

In her last week of fourth grade at Taylor Creek Elementary School, Kelbie Black received a national award for running the equivalent of 21 marathons in a year. Marathon Kids

Badger lineman Rudy Esparza, (facing camera at bottom-center), Adam Murphy, Kanon Kennedy, Jeremy Rodgers and John Long compete in tug-of-war against Waco Connally Cadets (in bottom-left of photo.) The event

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