JEFF LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD

The Leopards made big defensive plays in their own territory and kept the Badgers’ passing game in check for a 35-14 win Friday night. Lorena (3-0) maintained a No. 10

CHERI JAY-WIENECKE | DISPATCH RECORD

Lometa’s closest of three losses came Friday night against the state’s No. 8 team, as the May Tigers won 34-14. May dropped from eighth to 11th in the sixmanfootball.com standings

La Vernia 41, La Grange 14
Lockhart 23, Burnet 21
Liberty Hill 38, Manor 12
Giddings 24, Taylor 14
Canyon Lake 33, Wimberley
14
Fredericksburg 36,
Bastrop Cedar Creek 31
District 14-4A Div. I
records
Canyon Lake 3-0

EDITOR’S NOTE: Friday’s edition included partial results from the Gatesville cross country meet, where the Lometa varsity boys and varsity girls both placed 11th. Individual results are as follows: VARSITY

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Dr. Craig Benton presents a check for $1,164 to Lampasas ISD Head Athletic Trainer Jan Brister after his 12th annual Patient Appreciation event last week. Benton Chiropractic offered adjustments for

In the Badger JV’s home opener on Thursday, Lampasas rallied from a 14-0 deficit to beat Lorena 21-14. All three Badger touchdowns came in the final quarter. Jason Andrews scored

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