The Badgers’ mile relay team finished about a second ahead of district rival, Liberty Hill, at the regional meet in Kingsville on Saturday. Lampasas finished in 3:23.47. Cameron Everts won

The Lampasas County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Riata Roundup Rodeo was held Friday through Sunday at the sports complex on FM 580 West. Rodeo events were sanctioned by the Cowboys

Fredericksburg picked up steam as the game went on Thursday night, and the Lady Billies won 8-1 on their home field to sweep the bidistrict softball series. Lampasas (17-19) scored

Coulson Plouff and Peyton Spore tied for first at Lampasas Middle School’s home golf tournament, before Coulson won in a scorecard playoff on Thursday.

Lampasas qualified for the state track meet in the boys' 4x200-meter relay (Dylan Alpha, Brady Carroll, Thomas Cavalieri, Cameron Everts); boys' 4x400-meter relay (Luke Palacios, Brady Carroll, Ace Whitehead, Everts), and in the 300-meter hurdles (Everts and Whitehead).

Sophomore LeeAnn Parker shot 77-76--153 to place first at the girls’ regional golf tournament in Corpus Christi on Monday and Tuesday. As a team, the Lady Badgers claimed their fourth

The regional track meet in Kingsville, Friday and Saturday, includes these Lampasas athletes, listed with theirevents and placement at area.


Tuesday was a long night for the Lady Badgers, but Hannah Greenberg’s tworun homer gave the team a silver lining in the 17-4 loss to Fredericksburg. 

On Thursday, Fredericksburg won a closer game, 8-1, to sweep the series and eliminate Lampasas from the playoffs. Fredericksburg homered twice in game two. Brooke Edgar had three hits, and Collyn Schuricht scored the Lady Badgers' only run.