Lometa freshmen Alonso Caso and Dyllen Workmon were second team selections on the 17-1A boys’ basketball all-district team. Evant senior Nate Reed was named Defensive MVP, and the Elks’coach Shawn

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Lampasas ISD Maintenance Department employees Jerry Seward (running the Bobcat), Homer Bazaldua, center, and Bo Franks remove material from the Badgers’ shotput practice arena Tuesday, before quarter-inch crushed granite was

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Lampasas eighth-grader Kayli Syx placed second, a repeat of last year’s result, at the Texas Field Archery Association State Indoor Championship last weekend in Fort Worth. Eight other girls, ages

The National Weather Service will offer a free severe weather training session on Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at the Lampasas County Office Building conference room, 409 S. Pecan St The

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The Badgers shut out the Florence Buffaloes 6-0 in varsity boys’ soccer, with Dylan Kannan and Eyan Skiles each contributing two goals. Miller Boykin and Cruz Lucio scored one apiece.

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The Badgers had a couple of strong defensive games, then a great day of hitting on Saturday, but they couldn’t bring those things together in the Marble Falls tournament. Lampasas

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Cally Reding, pictured above, had a three-run homer, eight hits and 10 RBIs in the Marble Falls tournament Thursday through Saturday. Collyn Schuricht was named to the all-tournament team after

Competing in a 12-team Huntsville tournament, the Lady Badger golfers placed second with scores of 377-368--745. Individual scores include: LeeAnn Parker 80-80--160 Sara Olson 93-96--189 Kirsten Richards 103-91--194 Kinsley Lindeman

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Field events will start at 4 p.m. Thursday at the Gatesville track meet. The Lady Badgers got a boost of several key athletes, including three from the areaqualifying basketball team.

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