For the second week in a row, Salado led the District 27-4A cross country teams, but Lampasas finished ahead of Taylor in both varsity divisions. The Lady Badgers placed second

Flames drill team member Amber Hale is escorted by her parents Hannah and Jeremy Hale and younger sister Ella Beth during Friday’s Senior Night ceremony at Badger Field.

Lampasas Middle School earned seven individual medals at the San Saba cross country meet Wednesday afternoon. LMS placed second in the seventh-grade boys’ division, and third in the seventh-grade girls’

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Malik Torres reaches for a pass in the Lometa Hornets’ season opener against Iredell, a 48-0 loss. The Iredell Dragons are ranked second in multiple polls for 1A Div. II.

Blanco 20, Lago Vista 7

Wimberley 32, Burnet 25

Liberty Hill 49, Leander Glenn 21

Canyon Lake 22, Marble Falls 0

Fredericksburg 18, San Antonio Houston 15

Robinson 41, Taylor 21


Heading into the football season opener, the Badgers are as confident as they are eager. “I’m not holding anything back,” senior linebacker Landon Irvin said. “I’m ready to get after

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Alycia Cantu (9) attempts a block against Lago Vista in a 20-25, 25-14, 21-25 freshman loss. The Lady Badger ninth-grade team holds the best record in LHS volleyball, at 5-3


The thermometer at Arrowhead Bank in San Saba read 105 degrees as the Armadillos’ cross country meet trudged on at nearby San Saba River Golf Course. In the 5K varsity

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Grandmaster James Hogberg, left, and Grandmaster Roosevelt Shephard were inducted into the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame on Aug. 18. Shephard runs the Path of Harmony Martial Arts academy