The Lampasas High School cheerleaders placed 15th at the UIL 4A state spirit championship. Eighty-three teams competed. Lampasas took seventh in the Band Chant, eighth in Fight Song, and 16th

In the Canyon Lake boys’ soccer tournament Thursday and Friday, Lampasas lost to San Antonio Christian and Pleasanton, but beat Bandera and tied Beeville. San Antonio Christian was a private-school

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Alyssa Ayers, the defending state bronze medalist, won Thursday’s meet in Lampasas. Her 770-pound total was 205 pounds higher than the next-best lifter in her 123-pound weight class.

In their first game in a month, the Lady Badgers went 3-1 against Salado in middle school basketball. In the eighth-grade “A” game, LMS won 26-4 and gave up 0

In the Stephenville tournament, Lampasas won 2-0 over Waco University’s JV, a Conference 5A program. It was the first victory for the Lady Badger varsity. Lampasas also lost 3-0 to

Luke Shivers, right, attempts a shot block in the Badger ninthgrade victory over Taylor on Friday. Lampasas won 46-44 as Ethan Moreno scored 19 points and Carter Johnson had 10.


Victor Castruita, Robert LaMountain and Eyan Skiles each scored once as Lampasas shut out the visiting Gatesville Hornets 3-0 in varsity soccer Tuesday. Coach Ryan Race said the Badgers were


Dyllen Workmon scored the most points that any of Frank Reyes Jr.’s players have scored in a single game. Reyes’ coaching career spans more than 30 years. Workmon’s 42 points

Lampasas (12-10) will host the varsity boys’ basketball district opener Jan. 17 against Taylor (13-7). Tipoff will take place after the girls’ game at 6:15 p.m. *** On Monday, the