After their best regional tennis tournament in team history, the Badgers are hoping they have not peaked yet. Six players are heading to state, including two sets of regional champions
Whitney Doyen was a six-sport athlete in high school and a student assistant for the Texas A&M women’s basketball team before she accepted a position in Lampasas. The Lampasas Independent
Friday’s story about a book published by Ken Wiginton contained an error. Wiginton’s 1984-1985 basketball team won the bi-district title but not the district title. Despite ending a long playoff
Former Badger coach Ken Wiginton has incorporated memories of his lengthy career in his second published book.
Titled “If It’s Worth Doing, It’s Worth Doing Well,” the manuscript was sent to Litfire Publishers on Jan. 5 and was scheduled to be published the last week of April.
Youth volleyball camps at Lampasas High School are scheduled for June 4-7. The cost is $40 per camper. Incoming fourth- through sixth-grade players will meet from 8:30-10:30 a.m. each day.
Lampasas High School head tennis coach Kenneth Peiser will lead a tennis clinic May 28–31 at the LHS courts. First- through seventhgrade players will train from 8-9 a.m. each day,
The Lampasas Middle School boys’ golf team won the Fredericksburg tournament on Wednesday with a score of 183. Individual scores included Cooper Harrison, 44; Cooper Greiner, 45; Austin Wilson, 47;