Badgers Lose 50 to 51

The high scoring game was tied at 44-44 at the end of regular time and went into overtime. There La Vernia scored a TD and converted to make it 51-44 their favor. Lampasas got the ball and scored a TD to make it 51-50. Here the extra point kick would have tied the game again and put it in a second overtime period but, as broadcaster Darrell Brooks put it, “We found out that (Badger Coach) Troy Rogers has the spirit of a gambler.” He chose to go for a two point attempt at the goal line, attempting a throw-back pass to Owen Davis which the Bear defense knocked away.

Next Week

Lampasas County Commissioners meet at 9am in the courthouse with an agenda that will see them adopting a budget and tax rate for 2018-19 that will begin the new fiscal year on Oct. 1st. The Sheriff is on the agenda to request two new sergeant positions for the Dentention and Communications divisions of his office. There will also be change orders and purchase agreements for new communications equipment and radios, consoles, a tower and more for the new jail.


The Badgers came out with a balanced pass/rush attack in the first quarter that gobbled up 206 yards and 2 TDs. Ace Whitehead was 5 of 5 in his passes in that first quarter, going to Jr. slotback Cameron Everts 3 times for 82 yards total and sophomore wide receiver Michael Murray twice for 17 yards. Sophomore running back Jack Jerome ran for 100 yards and racked up both TDs. QB Ace Whitehead kicked both PATs. Meanwhile the Badger defense was able to shut down the Bears to just 49 total yards.


Badger 9th and JV teams hosted La Vernia on Thursday and the 9th  won 37-6, while the JV team  fell to the Bears 18-7.

Middle School Football hosted Brownwood Wednesday with both 7th grade teams losing to Brownwood.

The 8B also lost, 6-0, and the 8A  won their game 8-0

Next up for the MS teams will be Gatesville, here on Thursday, 9/27, with games starting at 4:30pm.