Lampasas shut out Jarrell 1-0 in varsity boys’ soccer on Friday night. “We had a very impressive performance with our defense of Johnnie McGehee, Bryce Bredson, Scooter Cook, Dylan Kannan,

Ryan Davidson scored a season-high 26 points against Sidney, but the Lometa Hornet basketball team fell 61-54. The Hornets had the upper hand at 12-10 after the first quarter, and

Alette Cook recorded her first hat trick of the season, as the Lady Badgers beat Jarrell at home Friday night. “Alette had a great game,” LHS soccer coach Kiff Wiemers

The Badgers (20-9 overall) lost a one-possession game for the third time in district competition, as they fell to the Leander Glenn Grizzlies at home Tuesday night. Glenn’s 48-45 victory

Lampasas shot 323 as a team in the boys’ varsity tournament Monday at Hancock Park Golf Course. Belton, a Conference 6A school, fielded the top two teams. Individual scoring for

The Little River-Academy Bees outscored Lampasas 4-1 in varsity boys’ soccer Tuesday night. “Our saga continues with playing well but not being able to finish a ball,” Lampasas coach Ryan

The Gateway Prep Lady Gators shut out the Lampasas varsity girls while scoring five goals in non-district soccer action Tuesday. “We moved the ball well and from side to side