The Lady Badger JV soccer team beat Robinson and lost to Salado and Taylor in the Salado tournament, held Thursday and Saturday. In a 2-1 victory over Robinson, “Lampasas dominated

Lampasas crushed the competition Thursday night in middle school basketball action against Llano. The Badgers’ eighth-grade “A” boys’ team won 53-16 on the road. Lampasas coach Warren Scott said his

Cameron Everts, Connor Luis, Dylan Kannan, J.R. Lockhart, Austin Kielpinski and Korie Menard won their matches at the Killeen Ellison dual wrestling match on Wednesday. Results from Saturday’s match in

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Allen scores seven off bench against Llano; Lampasas has most wins since 2001

BY JEFF LOWE

Rallying past Llano 41- 38 on Tuesday, the Lady Badgers stayed in good position for the playoffs, and one more victory would guarantee a winning season.

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Lometa junior high basketball players, from left, Luis Hernandez, Leonel Caso, Jeremiah Valenzuela, Tim Juarez, Alonso Caso, Lane Evans, Zackary Martin, D.J. Smart, Dyllen Workmon and Elijah Gonzales, shown with coach Frank Reyes II, won the Cherokee tournament on Saturday.

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Gustine earned a much-needed win, 40-34, over the Lometa Hornets in varsity boys’ basketball Tuesday night.

The Hornets led by six with about 3:00 left in the game, but their 8-for-25 freethrow shooting made the difference in Gustine’s favor, Lometa coach Frank Reyes II said.

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In terms of points allowed, the Badgers’ 61-34 win over Salado on Friday was their secondbest defensive game. But for overall defensive execution, Aaron Nuckles considered it the best all season.

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The Lady Badgers once again used a big third quarter to swing momentum in their favor on Friday night. They defeated Salado 49-36 after taking the lead with a 12-0 third-quarter run.

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Austin Martin scored a career-high 25 points Wednesday night as the Badgers beat Taylor 71-54.

Including his 10-for-10 free-throw shooting, Martin helped Lampasas compensate for an injury that hampered Kyle Sims for much of the second half.

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