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Several Lady Badgers were honored on the District 27-4A basketball all-district team, coach Mark Myers announced through Twitter on Friday.  The district includes state semifinalist Burnet, which lost to Sour Lake Hardin-Jefferson on Friday.

JEFF LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD

Alyssa Ayers’ 135-pound lead in the regional standings is the biggest margin coach Duane Young’s Lampasas lifters have had going into regionals. Ayers will compete Saturday in Del Valle,

JEFF LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD

Junior pitcher Hunter Rebando held Austin Lanier to three hits while striking out 11 batters in the 8-0 road win for Lampasas on Tuesday. The Badgers (3-4) earned their first

Badger senior David Denis carded an 83, his best round of the season, Monday at Brownwood Country Club. He placed fifth, which also was the Badger boys’ best individual finish

Anthony Seider has qualified in the 148 weight class for the boys’ Region II Division III powerlifting meet, which is March 9. Seider is the Lometa boys’ only outright qualifier,

Lometa freshmen Alonso Caso and Dyllen Workmon were second team selections on the 17-1A boys’ basketball all-district team. Evant senior Nate Reed was named Defensive MVP, and the Elks’coach Shawn

Lampasas ISD Maintenance Department employees Jerry Seward (running the Bobcat), Homer Bazaldua, center, and Bo Franks remove material from the Badgers’ shotput practice arena Tuesday, before quarter-inch crushed granite was

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Lampasas eighth-grader Kayli Syx placed second, a repeat of last year’s result, at the Texas Field Archery Association State Indoor Championship last weekend in Fort Worth. Eight other girls, ages

The National Weather Service will offer a free severe weather training session on Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at the Lampasas County Office Building conference room, 409 S. Pecan St The

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