Steffin McCarter, a 2015 Lampasas High School graduate, will represent the University of Texas in long jump today at the national championship. The NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship continues


The Badgers (6-1) have tied their longest winning streak of last season, with their sixth straight victory on the diamond Saturday in Llano. Lampasas swept the three-day Llano tournament, beating


Alyssa Ayers, Natalie Denoso and Victoria Martinez qualified for the Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association state finals with their performance at regionals Saturday in Temple. Ayers entered the meet

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Bryce Winter was named District 19-4A Defensive MVP, and Kyle Sims was selected as co-Offensive MVP. Sims shares the honor with Cole Younger of Burnet. The all-district basketball list was


Liberty Hill was the only team to beat Lampasas in the varsity boys’ division of the Wells Fargo Relays in Burnet. The Badgers placed second as a team on Thursday.

The Lady Badger JV earned several individual medals at Burnet, while the team placed sixth on Thursday. Individual results are listed below. 100-meter dash 3. Adriana Sanchez 14.16 100-meter hurdles

Lometa senior Ryan Davidson landed a spot on the District 19-1A First Team for boys’ basketball. Davidson scored 35 points in the final game of his four-year career with the

PASSING Walter Brady, 3-4, 30 yards, 1 TD, 1 Int. Marcus Cunningham, 6-12, 96 yards, 2 TDs and 2 Int. Raymond Jones, 1-1, 19 yards. RUSHING Johnny Sirmans Jr., 5-19

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Katie Procter, a Lampasas Middle School eighth-grader, qualified for her first-ever Texas Junior High Rodeo Association state finals. Procter qualified in pole bending with her performance at the Circle T