Kyndal Moyer placed second individually as her team, Ouachita Baptist University, won the Bob Gravett Invitational cross country meet last Friday. Moyer clocked in at 21:02 in the 5K race,

Lampasas Middle School coaches, from right, Warren Scott, Nick Leopold and Lance Garner talk to players after practice last Friday. After the first week of practice, coaches reported 61 seventhgraders


The Badger boys were shorthanded due to injuries and illness, but the Lady Badgers overcame that by sweeping Brownwood in team tennis. The Lady Badgers’ sweep of girls’ doubles and

The Lady Badger varsity dropped a three-set match at Jarrell on Friday before placing third in a volleyball tournament at Round Rock Sports Center on Saturday. Friday’s scores and individual


For the second week in a row, Salado led the District 27-4A cross country teams, but Lampasas finished ahead of Taylor in both varsity divisions. The Lady Badgers placed second

Flames drill team member Amber Hale is escorted by her parents Hannah and Jeremy Hale and younger sister Ella Beth during Friday’s Senior Night ceremony at Badger Field.

Lampasas Middle School earned seven individual medals at the San Saba cross country meet Wednesday afternoon. LMS placed second in the seventh-grade boys’ division, and third in the seventh-grade girls’

Malik Torres reaches for a pass in the Lometa Hornets’ season opener against Iredell, a 48-0 loss. The Iredell Dragons are ranked second in multiple polls for 1A Div. II.