Lampasas Badger Sports

Badger Football will meet the Wimberley Texans tonight at Badger Stadium. The Badgers appear to have an exciting offense that put lots of points on the scoreboard. They are 1 and 1 so far, but even the loss was close, and exciting (68-70).

Be in the bleachers tonight or risk missing out on something exciting. If you can't make it to the game, listen in on KCYL 1450AM of online at lampasasradio.com.

Badger Freshmen managed to tie the Wimberley fish last night at Wimberley 12-12. They had one offensive TD and on defensive TD on a fumble return by Kobe Allen. They did get inside the 20 late in the game but couldn't quite get in for the win.

The Badger JV lost by a disappointing 13-46 last night. Coach Paul Weinheimer said the team cut down on the mistakes from their 0-30 loss last week but still couldn't put it all together against the Wimberley Texans.

Coach Weinheimer said Qadir Tolliver had a great game with a long TD run behind some good blocking from the offenseive line. John Davis scored the other TD after being set up by good runs from Giovannie Bienbenu. The Badgers take on Lorena next week.

Middle School Football saw the 8thgrade B team lose a close one 8-14 and the A team won big, 34-12.

The 7th grade A won 34-6 and the 7th grade B lost 0-16.

Badger Tennis was up against Harker Heights yesterday and last night in a 5 hour match. A few of the players were on the court for 3 1/2 hours according to Coach Kenneth Peiser. It was hot, witha heat index in the upper 90s and Peiser said they ran through 17 gallons of water.

The team had 11 third set tie breakers out of the 19 matches. The Badger players won 6 of them and came out with an overall 10-9 win over Harker Heights.

Coach Peiser said that, in that last match, our guy (McGuire) was in a 3rd set tiebreaker with all the players watching and there was lots of tension. It was 8-8.

Both players were wearing, hitting easier and just trying to keep it in play. The Harker Heights player was cramping and stretching after each point. McGuire rallied 20 balls before going up 9-8, then hit his second overhead for the point to win match and let out a yell of relief and joy and victory.                Badgers win 10-9.                                                                Coincidentally, last year Harker Heights beat Lampasas 10-9.