Sports

Basketball

Varsity girls will be going into the playoffs on Monday at Johnson Citry with the game scheduled for 8pm. The opponent is Boerne, who beat Bandera last night in a “play-in game.”

Coach Aaron Nuckles and the Varsity Boys lost their round two matchup with Salado last night 31 to 49. They jumped out front but fell behind by the end of the first period, then it was a steady deficit to the end against the strong 2nd place Salado team.  

Freshman Nate Borchardt led in scoring with 13, senior leader Kolbe Penick was sick and out for the game. Nate was followed by Jett Bramon with 8 and Asiel Gary with 6. The team’s last game of the season will be Tuesday against Liberty Hill in Badger gym.

The JV team also lost their game with Salado 41-44. They were led by Ryan Linney with 10, followed close by Lane Haviland with 9 and Jacob Hodeg with 8.

Soccer

Coach Kiff Wiemers Varsity Girls won another district game last night, beating Jarrell 2-0 in a cold game hampered by sleet and rain. He says about their challenge to remain undefeated in district, “Our next true test will be a very comparable Burnet game here in Lampasas on Tuesday.”  

Coach Ryan Race reports the Varsity Boys had a 5-1 win over Jarrell Friday night. Like the girls, they played in inclement weather but got through it with a great team effort. They play Burnet on Tuesday at home. 

Coach Carl Gehring reports that the JV Boys finished their game with Jarrell in a 1-1 draw yesterday. They’ll start the play with Burnet on Badger field at 4pm Tuesday.

Badger Tennis

Coach Kenneth Peiser reports that, in 28° weather wind chilling to 18..tennis is tough. The team was at Copperas Cove where the Varsity was cut short by the weather, making the court slick. Next week they’ll head to Fredericksburg for a two day tourney.

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