Jessica Ball (34) and Jelecia Magee-Hodges, far left, defend against Liberty Hill in the Lady Badgers’ 55-46 come-from-behind win Friday. The victory was Lampasas’ first against the Lady Panthers since

The Lometa Lady Hornets beat the Gustine Lady Tigers 33-26 on the road Friday. Individual scoring Jessica Andrade 12 Emily Rosales 8 Addie Chism 6 Shyanne Tower 5 Sierra Tower

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Lampasas and Georgetown Gateway Prep were scoreless until the last 10 minutes of girls’ soccer action on Friday, when the Lady Gators scored their only goal. The home match ended

Lampasas varsity cheerleaders pray as a team at the National Cheerleaders Association championship, held Saturday and Sunday in Dallas. Lampasas placed second overall in the Game Day Competition, behind a

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Lampasas started the spring tennis season with a JV tournament in Pflugerville on Thursday. The tournament included “about 15 schools and a cold start, but it warmed up in the

The Lometa Hornets made a season-high nine three-pointers but couldn’t come back from an early deficit at Gustine on Friday. The Tigers won 54-45 on their home court, dropping the

Wimberley defeated the Badgers’ varsity boys’ soccer team 2-0 on Friday. “We came out again and played well, and Cruz Lucio had a great crack at the goal in the

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