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The Lady Badgers have the best record in District 27-4A – and the tallest player, Diane Hurst, whose size advantage should be a factor in upcoming district games. District action

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The Badgers have had a long break from competition, but Lampasas boys’ head basketball coach Aaron Nuckles has wasted no time scouting upcoming district opponents. He planned to travel Thursday

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The spring semester is about to get underway for several college athletes from Lampasas. Steffin McCarter, a 2015 LHS grad is a senior on The University of Texas track and

Lampasas High School senior cheerleaders Kayla Appleton, left, and McKenzie McLendon performed at the Citrus Bowl Jan. 1 in Orlando, Florida, and visited nearby Disney World. They joined nearly 900

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Faith Academy snapped the Lady Hornets’ five-game winning streak on New Year’s Eve, but the Lady Hornets are still undefeated in district play. Faith Academy, a private school in Marble

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The Lady Badgers (21-3) were untouched in the Troy basketball tournament last week, beating four teams – each by 16 points or more. Lampasas claimed the tournament championship on Friday

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On their first day back from Christmas, the Badgers forced back-toback season-low scoring by opponents. But after those two wins, Lampasas lost to Brownwood and Cisco to end up fourth

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The Lometa Hornets kept control of the Rochelle Hornets throughout Friday’s road game, winning 73-56. “Malik Torres had his best game of the year offensively, with 31 points,” Lometa head

The Lady Badgers won the Troy basketball tournament for the third year in a row. Pictured are, front row left to right, Diane Hurst, Kamri Corbin, Abby Martin and Jelecia

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