The Lady Badgers went into the Marble Falls softball tournament on Thursday with an 8-2 record. Their eight-game winning streak, which ended Saturday against Rogers, had been their longest since

Liberty Hill stayed undefeated in district soccer, shutting out the Badgers and Lady Badgers on Tuesday. The boys’ game ended in a 3-0 loss for Lampasas, while the girls were


Ace Whitehead’s success on the mound and under center shouldn’t be surprising, considering the number of famous quarterbacks who also were prospects for pro baseball. Whitehead, a sophomore, already set

Alexis Theus, a 2017 Lampasas graduate, was named Second Team All-Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference in women’s basketball. Theus, a Sterling College sophomore, averages 13.8 points and 4.4 rebounds per game.

Lometa juniors Nikayla Waller and Sage Thompson have qualified for the March 2 regional meet in Academy. Thompson is ranked sixth in the Division III Region II rankings for the

Lometa senior Mason Moresco has been selected to play in the FCA Victory Bowl June 8 at Waco ISD Stadium. He will play on the Blue Team, alongside Lampasas Badgers

Burnet became the only 4A girls’ team to beat El Campo in basketball this year, upsetting the No. 7 Lady Ricebirds 67-43. Burnet will play Beeville Jones tonight at 8

Aiden Wiley competes in a tournament earlier this season. The Badgers have three rounds of golf competition in the next four days.

Brady Carroll, Dylan Alpha, Luke Palacios and Cameron Everts teamed up for a school-record time of 1:29.09 in the boys’ 800-meter relay Saturday in Fredericksburg. They also edged out the