Sports

Lometa's Hornets (4-3)  meet Medina(1-5) at home on Friday, October 21st.

Badger Football fell to Liberty Hill on Friday, 27-16. The Badgers are now 0-2 in district and travel to Bellmead on Friday to play LaVega (7-0), the defending state champions.

The Badger Freshmen & JV Football teams host LaVega on Thursday, Freshmen kicking off at 5pm, JV kicking off at 6:30pm.

Lampasas Middle School Football plays LaVega on the road Thursday with games beginning at 4:30pm.

Badger Cross Country competed in the district meet held at Lampasas High School on Saturday.  The Badgers did a superb job, with all 4 of the high school teams finishing int he top 3 places of our 7 team district. The Cross Country Varsity teams will travel to Huntsville for the regional meet on October 29th.

The Varsity girls and boys finished 2nd in the district, along with teh JV Boys,the JV girls taking 3rd. 

The top finishers are asfollows:

Varsity Girls:                                                                  

 Taylor Moore4th 12:49

Mackenzie Best5th 12:56

Kyndal Moyer12th13:11

Varsity Boys:

Connor Cummings3rd17:21

Nathan Herrin7th17:41

Levi Geagley11th 18:07

JV Girls:

Rose Everhart8th

Cheyenne Foote 14th

Cheyenne Stout18th

JV Boys:

Juan Barrera6th

Sean Salazar7th

Michael Hoff10th

Lady Badger Volleyball, JV Volleyball and the Freshmen visit Leander Green tomorrow with matches starting at 5pm, then host Burnet on Friday with matches starting at 5pm

Lampasas Middle School Volleyball heads to Burnet today with matches beginning at 4:30pm.

Badger JV Tennis travels to Copperas cove on Thursday to play on the road.

Badger Tennis

 was at Liberty Hill on Thursday, coming out with a 12-6 win to add to their 10-1 record for the year. They are now Area Champions and headed to Bryan on the 26th forRegionals on the 27th and 28th.

This team has now been recognized by the Texas Tennis Coaches Association as holding the current #6 position in the state. That is pretty amazing for a team that only had 3 returning starters from last year's #8 in the state team, but Coach Kenneth Peiser says the team is "playing together and gaining confidence and getting stronger."  He's justifiably proud of this team as they advance to the regionals.

Lampasas Badger Marching Band travels to Vista Ridge High School on Saturday to march in the UIL Region 32 Marching Contest. The Lampasas Band will march at 3:15pm.