Lampasas Dispatch Record Scoreboard


Adam Murphy became the first member of the Lampasas High School Class of 2019 to sign with an NCAA football team. Murphy signed with Hardin-Simmons University and also received offers

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After rain canceled a JV tournament on Thursday, the weather held out for the first varsity tournament of the Badgers’ tennis season. Megan Dwamena reached the finals of Friday’s Pflugerville

LeeAnn Parker tied for third in the individual standings with a score of 87-78--165 at the Marble Falls Classic. The tournament, the Lady Badgers’ first of the year, was held

Marble Falls beat the Badger JV 1-0 in Friday’s non-district soccer match. “We played a very physical first half that ended 0-0 as Gavin Robinson made several outstanding saves,” coach

Burnet’s solid threepoint shooting made the difference in Friday’s 66-44 win over the Lady Badgers. On their home court, the Lady ’Dogs secured second place in the district, behind Liberty


LHS cheerleading coach Shannon Lindsey’s team earned many honors at the NCA nationals, where Lampasas competed against teams from as far away as Oklahoma, Virginia, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Missouri and New

The Badgers’ district wrestling tournament, originally a two-day event, is scheduled for Wednesday only at the Delco Center in Austin. Mia Martell (8-3), Mackenzie Best (16-11) and Taylor Dill (10-9)

A 45-20 loss to Burnet on Friday has eliminated Lampasas from boys’ basketball playoff contention. Kolbe Penick put up seven points while recording five rebounds and four steals in the