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Saturday, 28 March 2015
Lady Badger Softball is rolling on. The home town favorite Lady Badgers beat Llano by a convincing 7-0 last night on the home field with freshman Regan Dunn on the mound all the way and pitching a no hitter where she struck out 14 and walked 1. It was oh so close to a near perfect game. 
Lady Badger Batting saw 9 hits of 28 appearances at the plate. Blakli Brookerson was 2-2, Sloan Johnson 2-3 and other hits by Regan Dunn, Kloe Corbin, Tori Caruthers, Presli Procter and Alyssa Maldonado. Sloan Johnson and Blakli Brookerson both had 2 RBIs. It was a very short game that Lampasas dominated from the first. 
Nest week its the Liberty Hill road game that will see the Lady Badgers severely tested. 
Badger Baseball had a reassuring win last night as they won they beat Llano 2-0 in front of a home crowd. It was a tight game that went 6 ½ innings.  Junior Clayton Parish pitched the entire game and gave up only one hit, striking out 11 batters. The Badgers scored their only two runs in the second inning and nursed
 
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Friday, 27 March 2015
Lady Badger Softball will kick off at 6pm with the Llano Lady Yellowjackets in town for the 3rd district game for the Lady Badgers. Our girls are 1-1 in district so far.
Badger Baseball, after losing their first district game to state ranked Salado by a 0-6 score, will move on to their second contest tonight as they face Llano's Yellowjackets at 7pm.   
Lampasas M.S. has some good athletes !
A report from Fredericksburg Middle School's Track Meet came in that showed some great results for Lampasas Middle School teams. 
The 8th Grade Boys won the meet in their division with 202 points, trailed by Liberty Hill with 175 points. Among Lampasas firsts were:
 G. Bienbenu in the Pole Vault with a 10 point, 10 foot vault. (N. Olivarez took 3rd.) 
D. Alpha won the high jump with a 5'4” jump.
Q. Tolliver and L. Palacios came in 1st and 2nd in the Triple Jump.
 
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Wednesday, 25 March 2015
Badger Soccer – Word is finally in on that Bi-District Playoff series between Lampasas and the Smithville Tigers. It will be played Friday at Pflugerville Hendrickson High School.with the girls playing at 5;30pm and the boys at 7:30pm. 
Confused?  Well it seems both the Badger boys and girls teams came in 2nd Place in district 25, and both the Smithville Tigers boys and girls teams came in 3rd Place in district 26. So-o, the teams get to conveniently play their assigned Bi-District games together at the same day and same field.
Coaches Kiff Wiemers and Ryan Race will have their teams ready to go and hopefully pass through this Bi-District game and into the Area competition.
Lady Badger Softball played and won their second district outing last night at Salado, leaving them 1-1 in district after losing the night before to a powerful Burnet team.
In last night’s game it was a convincing 12-3 win for Lampasas as Coach Cassie Crabtree’s girls hit the ball well, and moved runners around the bases. There were a total of 15 Badger hits and 12 runners scored. Freshman Badger Pitcher Regan 
 
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Tuesday, 24 March 2015
Lady Badger Softball 
What a ball game! The Lady Badgers lost a close one 2-3 to Burnet on Badger Field in their first district game of the season last night. The game was supposed to be played on Friday but was rained out and rescheduled. Burnet scored in the 1st inning, then Lampasas scored in the 4th and it was tied into the 6th when Burnet moved ahead in the top of the inning with 2 runs on a hit and errors. In the bottom of the 6th Lampasas answered with one run amd that just wasn't enough. The game was mostly a story of a really good ball player by the name of Kenzie Carpenter. She is Burnet's star pitcher and had 12 strikeouts in the game. She was also a hitter with 2 of her teams 4 hits of the evening. Both of them were RBIs.
Lampasas again had freshman pitcher Regan Dunn on the mound, who did very well with 8 strikeouts and just 1 walk on balls. The most exciting part of the game came in the 6th when Presli Procter came to bat and hit a 3 bagger RBI that resulted in some confusion. It seems the Burnet coach objected to Presli's insertion into the order on a technicality. The umpire forgave the infractions but warned Coach Cassie Crabtree that if the boo-boo happened again the coach would be ejected from the game. Again, in the 7th, there was an incident when a Lady Badger rounded 2nd and collided by the Burnet shorstop. The field ump called it but only gave the runner third base when some thought she could
 
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Monday, 23 March 2015
Lady Badger Softball’s first district game was supposed to be played Friday but was weather cancelled. That game will be played on Monday at the regular 5pm JV and 7pm varsity time.
Badger  Baseball’s first district game is set to play at Salado on Tuesday.
Still no word on the schedule for next week’s Badger Soccer playoff games. Both teams are expected to play Smithville.

 


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