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Lady Badger senior Taylor Moore will run in the 4A girls’ state race at Round Rock’s Old Settlers Park Saturday at 1:20 p.m. She has qualified three times in her career.

Lady Badger senior Taylor Moore will run in the 4A girls’ state race at Round Rock’s Old Settlers Park Saturday at 1:20 p.m. She has qualified three times in her career. 

Enrique Prado hopes to improve on his career-best time as he competes at state tomorrow.

Enrique Prado and his former coach saw potential for reaching the state meet before this season ever started.

Lampasas will host Georgetown East View Saturday at noon for the first varsity girls’ basketball game of the season.
LHS head coach Mark Myers said he plans to start Abby Martin at point guard, Kamri Corbin and Brenda Lowery at wing, and Diane Hurst and Jelecia Magee at post. 

Kolbe Penick, far left, and Italian exchange student Alessandro Ardenghi, right, guard Anthony Ortiz in practice on Tuesday.

The Badgers are coming off back-to-back 25-win seasons in basketball. Head coach Aaron Nuckles believes the drive and intensity of this year’s team may be enough to overcome the loss of last year’s talented graduating class.

Sixteen-year-old Jason Andrews harvested this buck in the early morning Oct. 28 at the Cummings family ranch in east Lampasas County. The buck, shot on low-fence property, was estimated to score in the 130s, unofficially.

Sixteen-year-old Jason Andrews harvested this buck in the early morning Oct. 28 at the Cummings family ranch in east Lampasas County. The buck, shot on low-fence property, was estimated to score in the 130s, unofficially. 

Lampasas High School varsity cheerleaders, left to right, Elisa Sanchez, Melanie Burbey and Rose McAnally cheer for the Badgers Oct. 26 against Taylor.

Lampasas High School varsity cheerleaders, left to right, Elisa Sanchez, Melanie Burbey and Rose McAnally cheer for the Badgers Oct. 26 against Taylor.

On Tuesday afternoon Hancock Park Golf Course Manager Van Berry announced that all 18 holes of the course were open after waters receded. The course had been closed for a few days after recent rains and had partially reopened last week.

Scheduled for 2 p.m. at Lampasas High School
Teams competing: Lampasas varsity, Lampasas JV, Marble Falls varsity, 
Marble Falls JV and Ingram varsity

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