The Lampasas JV boys placed second in the Hewitt Midway Invitational cross country meet on Thursday. The Lady Badgers were seventh in the JV girls' division.

Individual results: 

JV Girls

Adrianna Sanchez  22nd

Cheyenne Foote  29th

The Lampasas Middle School girls placed second in the seventh-grade division of the Llano cross country meet. 
“The rain didn’t let up much at all, making the trails extremely muddy, and puddles too many to count,” coach Marisa Skiles said. 

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Cameron Everts scored a careerhigh four touchdowns, and the Badger defense held the opponent to seven points for the first time in nearly four years on Friday night. The 42-7

LHS Football Sweetheart Presley Underwood, front left, is escorted by llineman Adam Murphy (55) and crowned by last year’s football sweetheart Chayce Canales before Friday’s game.

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Lometa runners dropped significant time off their their race pace at the Hewitt Kiwanis Midway Invitational Thursday in Waco. The morning race on a flat course made for better conditions

Abby Valdez earned the best placement of any Lampasas varsity runner at the Hewitt Midway Invitational in Waco. She placed eighth, a varsity personal best, and clocked in at 12:44.

LHS varsity cross country runner Eric Flores jogs with Taylor Creek Elementary School students on Friday as the school started its annual Marathon Kids program. The goal is for all

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Blanket (2-0) holds the No. 14 ranking in 1A Div.II after a convincing win over Lometa on the Tigers’ home field Friday night. A lightning delay and rain did not

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