Makenzie Munoz makes a play at the net while Jordan Connell plays the baseline during the district tennis tournament earlier this month. Munoz/Connell are two of the eight regional qualifiers

Lampasas Middle School earned high placement in doubles at the Fredericksburg tennis tournament on Saturday. The eighth-grade girls’ doubles team of Laurcy Belle Bender/Kailr Clements won their bracket for the

Lampasas won the District 19-4A boys' track title for the second year in a row. A first-place finish in the mile relay, with a time of 3:23.56 clinched the close team victory over Liberty Hill.

The Badgers finished with 138 points, while Liberty Hill had 135.  


Lampasas freshman LeeAnn Parker won a one-hole playoff against defending state qualifier Cheryl Gauthier of Liberty Hill for the girls’ district golf title. Parker and Gautier tied at 164 after

Lampasas picked up an 8-6 non-district win on Tuesday against the Brownwood Lions, who beat the Badgers 15-1 in March. Sophomore reliever Marty Ybarra sealed the save by striking out

The Lampasas High School softball teams return home tonight to host Leander Glenn after a bye on Tuesday. The Lady Badgers’ annual fish fry fundraiser is from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at


Several Badgers and Lady Badgers qualified for the area track and field meet by placing in the top four of their events on Wednesday. Finals were held Wednesday in Burnet