The city’s boys’ baseball team, the Lampasas Rockets, were undefeated during their season this year and went on to play at District in Salado. At district, they won 8 of their 9 games. With their record, they won the Texas Teen-age Association District Playoff on July 11th. The boys will be going to State playoffs Monday July 21st in Groesbeck Texas. This is the 1st time Lampasas has won at District and advances to State.
Their parents are sponsoring a bake sale at Wal-Mart, 8am Saturday, to help the boys go to state.
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Pictured: Bottom Left to Right Colten Crothers, Benny Rodriguez, Dylan Peak, Dailin Fagan, Lance Strickland. Middle row Mattheus Sanchez, Ryker Morua, Cameron Stokes, Tex Kirkpatrick, Dylan Sanchez, Jonah Sanchez, Raider Morua. Coaches Mark Jones, Benny Rodriguez and Head Coach Bubba Kirkpatrick.
Lampasas ISD’s Athletic Director Brian Emerson has announced that the Keith Null Quarterback and Receiver mini-camp is open for registration. The camp is Monday, July 14th at the Lampasas High School from 8 am to noon. The camp is open to incoming middle school and high school players. The cost of the camp is $35 per camper. This camp is unrelated to Badger Quest or SKP, hence the need for a separate registration fee.
Kirby Blankenship, far right, the son of Maci and J. J. Blankenship will be competing in the Team Roping competition at the annual Texas FFA Rodeo to be held July 14-15th, 2014 at the Diamond W Arena in Alvarado, Texas. The annual State FFA Rodeo is held in conjunction each year with the Texas FFA Convention which will held this year July 14-18,in Fort Worth.
Kirby, an accomplished team roper, competes regularly throughout the year and will be partnered with Kyler Gomez, a team roper from Holland, Texas.
The Badger Booster Club is having its membership drive.
A release from Badger Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Brian Emerson indicates that membership is $25.
Lady Badger Basketball Camp kicks off on Monday, June 23rd.
The three day camp will run thru Wednesday and teach fundamentals as well as special skills.