Lily Mae Wenzel shot this 186.9-inch management buck on the Broken W Ranch Nov. 3. The buck field-dressed 206 pounds. Lily is 8 years old and is in third grade

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Lometa is hoping for a major upset and a little help from Jonesboro, as the Hornets host Zephyr tonight. If Jonesboro (2-0 in district) beats Evant (1-1) and the Hornets

Lady Badgers Brenda Lowery (23), Diane Hurst (back center), Kamri Corbin (5) and Abby Martin (1) defend against a Killeen Shoemaker inside shot. 

Playoff pairings between District 13 and 14 teams will be decided tonight.

The Badgers’ eighthgrade “A” football team (5-2) finished as district champs. Lampasas was undefeated in district play and ended the season Nov. 1 with a 32-24 loss to Cameron. “There

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The Lampasas High School JV tennis team traveled to Pflugerville Nov. 1 and brought back several medals. “We have been practicing in class each day and just started up after

Kamri Corbin picks up a loose ball, while Brenda Lowery (back left) prepares to go in transition.

The Lady Badgers (1-1) beat Killeen Shoemaker 46-24 at home Tuesday night after starting with a 9-0 lead. Kamri Corbin had a huge second quarter, with 12 points, and finished the game with a team-leading 17 points.

Lampasas led 30-10 at halftime.

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