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Badger Football (1-4) now has an extra week to heal and get ready for district play, having a “bye week” this week. They will meet the Gatesville Hornets (3-2) on October 7th.

The Hornets have beat Lampasas every time they have met (13 times) since 1980. According to Lone Star Football records, they have a record of 29-16-1 over Lampasas.

The only common opponent so far this year has been Robinson. Gatesville beat Robinson 53-35 Friday night. Lampasas had lost a high scoring cliff-hanger game to Robinson by a 68-70 score on Sept. 2nd. 

What does all that mean?  It means that our Badgers have an opportunity here to stand up to the challenge and turn that record around. Badger Coach Troy Rogers and staff will spend their open week laying plans to do just that.

The Lometa Hornets won on the road Friday night over Summit Christian Academy, 32-20. The Hornets travel to Sidney to play the Sidney Eagles September 30th at 7:30pm.

Lady Badger Volleyball was at home Friday, hosting Leander Glenn High School. However, the girls fell to the Grizzlies 25-20 (L), 25-13 (L), 25-13 (L).

Coach Denise Ponder says the girls are still working hard and         gaining experience, and all the support is appreciated.

The Lady Badger Volleyball teams travel to Burnet on Tuesday, September 27th.

Lampasas Middle School Volleyball visits Marble Falls on today with games beginning at 4:30pm.

Badger Cross Country is on the road at Old Settler’s park in Round Rock Saturday, October 1st.

Lampasas Middle School Cross Country was in Burnet last week on Wednesday. Coach Marisa Skiles explains that the course was longer than expected and the heat was extreme.  7th grader Leilany Alvarez placed 17th out of 63, and in the 8th grade, Isabella Marquez took 13th, Elisa Sanchez 14th, and on her birthday Kailey O’Donnell placed 18th out of 61.

LMS Cross country travels to Marble Falls High School for a meet Wednesday, the 28th.

Lampasas Badger Varsity Tennis won 12-7 over Taylor on Saturday. With this win, the team is 2-0 in district, with a default from Leander Glen, who’s in our district but doesn’t have enough players.

 

The varsity tennis team goes to Burnet on Thursday the 29th with matches beginning at 4pm. Coach

Kenneth Peiser said that Burnet recently fell to both Taylor and Liberty Hill 10-0 because they were unable to fill a team as well, but still want to play, and that Saturday’s win pretty much clinches the District Championship.

Peiser said that the kids played great Saturday and “all of them were pumped and ready to play.  We will have our last week of challenge matches and work on more net play this week in preparation for Thursday and our future area match.”  

Lampasas Badger JV Tennis hosts Copperas Cove Tuesday the 27th with matches beginning at 4:00pm.