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Shelby Case hits an RBI single to bring in Mia Maldonado for the Lady Badgers’ first run on Tuesday. Brownwood beat Lampasas 13-2 in the varsity game, but the Lady Badger JV won 10-7.

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Alexis Theus, an LHS Class of 2017 graduate, and the Sterling College Warriors are ranked No. 21 in the final regular-season poll for NAIA Division II women’s basketball. Theus averages 11.2 points per game, and Sterling (25-8) starts the NAIA national tournament on March 12.

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All members of the Hill Country Wildcats USA Wrestling team qualified for the state tournament, which will be Saturday and Sunday in Round Rock. Pictured are, front row left to right, Jeffrey Smart, Liam Smith, Brody LaCapra, Taylor Martell, Keira Martell, Megan Carver, Barrett Martell and Aviendha Smith; back row - coaches Amanda Smith, Mia Martell, Matt Twitchell, Laura Martell and Jason Martell. Not pictured: coach Lloyd Smith. Qualifying meets were held throughout the season.

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Logan Coleman bats in the Badgers’ 10-1 victory over Austin Navarro, a 5A team, on Tuesday. Lampasas is scheduled to compete in the Killeen tournament March 6-8.

The Lampasas Middle School eighth-grade girls brought home gold from the Gatesville track meet, the season opener on Feb. 27. The Lady Badgers beat the second-place team by 32 points.

Jose Uvalle shows the Badgers’ first home run ball of the season after his three-run blast in Waco.

Lampasas tied the fourthranked team in 5A, Cleburne, by a 6-6 score in the Waco ISD baseball tournament on Saturday. The game was called after six innings due to time limits, and the Badgers went 3-1-1 in the tournament.

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