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Juan Barrera, right, tries to take the ball from a Jarrell Cougar on Friday. After a 1-0 home victory on Friday and an open night on Tuesday, Lampasas starts district

FEB. 9 AT KILLEEN SHOEMAKER (SCRIMMAGE) 5 P.M. FEB. 13 BROWNWOOD (SCRIMMAGE) 7 P.M. FEB. 16 AT KILLEEN (SCRIMMAGE) 5:30 P.M. FEB. 19 AT GATESVILLE 7 P.M. FEB. 22-24 COPPERAS

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Owen Seaver, left, drives against Liberty Hill in a 73-48 ninth-grade loss Tuesday. Seaver led the Badgers with 13 points.

With multiple players returning after injuries, the Badgers won 54-41 on Burnet’s home court Friday night. Burnet turned a 16-point Badger lead into a tied game before Lampasas regained the

Burnet secured a second-place finish in district basketball with its 54-36 victory over the Lady Badgers on Friday. Lampasas (6-5) stayed at fourth, with the district finale tonight against the

Sara Olson hits out of a sand trap on the seventh hole at Slick Rock Golf Course in Horseshoe Bay. The Lady Badgers competed in the 4A state preview, Friday

Lampasas High School senior offensive/defensive lineman Caleb Calkins has accepted a scholarship offer to play NCAA Division II football at Minot State University in North Dakota. Calkins is scheduled to

The Badgers’ eighth-grade “A” basketball team beat Burnet 49-36 on Thursday. “We had some turnover issues and lost a key offensive weapon – Dax Brookreson,” LMS coach Warren Scott said.

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