Lampasas High School senior cheerleaders Kayla Appleton, left, and McKenzie McLendon performed at the Citrus Bowl Jan. 1 in Orlando, Florida, and visited nearby Disney World. They joined nearly 900

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Faith Academy snapped the Lady Hornets’ five-game winning streak on New Year’s Eve, but the Lady Hornets are still undefeated in district play. Faith Academy, a private school in Marble

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The Lady Badgers (21-3) were untouched in the Troy basketball tournament last week, beating four teams – each by 16 points or more. Lampasas claimed the tournament championship on Friday

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On their first day back from Christmas, the Badgers forced back-toback season-low scoring by opponents. But after those two wins, Lampasas lost to Brownwood and Cisco to end up fourth

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The Lometa Hornets kept control of the Rochelle Hornets throughout Friday’s road game, winning 73-56. “Malik Torres had his best game of the year offensively, with 31 points,” Lometa head

The Lady Badgers won the Troy basketball tournament for the third year in a row. Pictured are, front row left to right, Diane Hurst, Kamri Corbin, Abby Martin and Jelecia

Anastacia Cervantes, left, prepares to pass the ball while Kailey O’Donnell runs down field during practice. The Lady Badgers’ regular season starts Friday with a 7 p.m. home game against

Lily Mae Wenzel harvested this gold-medal red stag on a recent trip to Harper through Texas Hunt Lodge. Lily is a third-grader at Kline Whitis Elementary, who has had past

The Badgers’ bi-district football championship and area playoff appearance won the Dispatch Record readers’ poll for top sports highlight of 2018. Fifty percent of voters chose that playoff run, which

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