Lampasas High School Head Football Coach Troy Rogers announced that Defensive Coordinator Jesse Johnson is seeking a position at another school. Rogers hired Johnson in the spring of 2016, and


Steffin McCarter’s personal-best long jump of 7.96 meters (26 feet, 1 1/2 inches) was good for first place at the Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championship last week in

March 25 Lampasas Mission 4-person scramble 8 a.m. March 30 Copperas Cove middle school invitational 3:30 p.m. April 18 “Tee for Two” two-lady scramble 9 a.m. April 20 Lampasas Middle

Lampasas placed 13th in a 19-team field at the girls’ golf Region III-4A preview. Raven Nest Golf Course in Huntsville hosted the event, which was shortened to 18 holes due


Lampasas blasted the Bangs Dragons 14-2 on the road Monday in non-district baseball. Hunter Gholson and Ace Whitehead each batted in four runs. Gholson had three hits, including two doubles.


The Badgers hosted a scoreless tie on Tuesday against the same team that had beaten them 5-0 in the first round of district soccer. The tie gave Lampasas its first

Dylan Kannan (8) scores the first of his two goals in a 3-2 loss to Burnet on Friday. Warren Burke had one assist. Lampasas is fifth in district heading into tonight’s home match against Taylor at 7:15 p.m.

Burnet won 9-0 against the Lady Badger varsity soccer team Friday night. The match concludes the first round of district play. “We had a few opportunities to get in past their defense but were unsuccessful in putting one in the back of the net...,” coach Kiff Wiemers said.

Liberty Hill, the topranked girls’ team in Conference 4A, was eliminated from the playoffs by Houston Wheatley. With all teams in Lampasas’ district eliminated, the all-district list was announced. The following Lady Badgers were recognized: Jelecia Magee, Newcomer of the Year