Lampasas Dispatch Record Scoreboard

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

At the season opener middle school tennis tournament on Saturday, the LMS eighth-grade girls’ duo of Bender/Clements placed first. They defeated teammates Waston/ Cartwright in the semifinals and Beavers/Bertrand in

LeeAnn Parker, far left, Shane Wolfe and Kirsten Richards show their medals after qualifying as individuals for the regional golf tournaments.

The Lady Badger Softball Booster Club will host a fish fry tonight at the Lampasas softball field before the varsity game with Leander Glenn. The Booster Club will serve fish

Brylie Centunzi, far right, leads of group of runners at Gavin Garrett Soccer Complex for the first part of the Healthy Kids Running Series in Lampasas on Sunday. The event