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Friday, 17 April 2015
Badger Track has wound up its entry into the district track meet in Liberty Hill with several Lampasas athletes soon headed to the Area Track meet. The Varsity Boys team got 3rd place overall.
Individual results are as follows:
Steffin McCarter 1st place 200 meter dash Luke Argo 1st place 300 meter hurdles Steffin McCarter, Luke Argo, Cale Walker and Nathan Keese 1st place 4x200 meter relay McCarter, Argo, Walker and Keese 3rd place 4x100 meter relay Nathan Herrin 4th place 1600 meter run 
 
The Varsity Girls team got 5th place overall. Individual results are as follows: Alexis Theus 3rd place 100 meter dash Alexis Theus, Molly Denis, Stacie Olivarez and Ashlyn Theus 3rd place 4x100 meter relay Claire Dunning, Alexandria Jourdain, Hailey Williams and Messia Gondorchin 4th place 4x400 meter relay
 
Lady Badger Softball and Badger Baseball will play in Llano today – weather permitting – at around 7pm. District Standings are:
 
Softball
Liberty Hill 6-1
Burnet 6-1
Lampasas 5-2
Salado 3-4
Taylor 1-6
Llano 0-7
 
Baseball
Taylor Ducks 5-1
Salado Eagles 4-2
Burnet Bulldogs 3-3
Liberty Hill Panthers 3-3
Llano Yellowjackets 2-4
Lampasas 1-5
 
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Thursday, 16 April 2015
Badger Track had its first day track and field events at the district meet in Liberty Hill Wednesday. 
Steffin McCarter, our champion Long Jump entry did it again, Placing first with a perfect 10 points with a jump of 24'-4 ¼ '' That's a half inch off his school all-time record but certainly won the meet with the next best being 23'-1'' by a Taylor entry.
In the Discus, Cohen Cockburn took second with 135'-7'' and Hunter Witcher had a 4th at 129'-4''.
In the Triple Jump Luke Argo took a 2nd with 45'-8''. James Franklin had a
 
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Wednesday, 15 April 2015

 Monday’s scores were used at the Corpus Christi Regional Tournament after day 2 was rained out. On the first day the Lady Badgers 335 team total won and Kena Cox was the 3rd place individual. This earns the local girls a trip to the State Tournament.

The Badger boys team had a 314, which wasn’t good enough to make the state cut. Llano came out on top with a 297.

All in all it has been a super year for both golf teams.

 

Lady Badger Softball held on to their 3rd place standing in district last night by beating Salado's Lady Eagles 2-1. The 2 runs for the Badgers when their first batter, pitcher Regan Dunn,  walked and got on base. Catcher Kloe Corbin banged a home run that brought both of them in. The 2 run lead held until the 4th inning when Lady Eagle Jenna Calder walked and Payton Dreite hit a single RBI to bring Calder in. After that the game went the 7 innings with no more scoring and the Lady Badger record goes to 5-2 in district while Salado drops to 3-4.

Freshman pitcher Regan Dunn went all 7 again, facing 33 batters this time and striking out 10 and with only 4 hits, but walking 7 batters for the night. The losing pitcher, Meagan Hill faced 22 batters, struck out 8, walked just 2 and had 4 hits against her.

 
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Monday, 13 April 2015
Badger Golf is in Corpus Christi for the Regional Tournament today and Tuesday. Both the girls and boys teams are competing and all expectations are that they will finish at the top.
In state rankings the Lady Badgers are currently ranked third in 4A, behind Andrews and Snyder. Senior Kena Cox shows up in the top 9 individual rankings as number 7 in state 4A. 
The boys team is currently ranked 5th, behind Argyle, Gatesville, Fredericksburg and Texarkana Pleasant Grove.  
Both teams were in Corpus over the weekend for practice rounds.
Badger  JV Tennis was at Taylor for their district meet on Friday. Jeffery Rash came in
 
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Friday, 10 April 2015
Lady Badger Softball has a very big game tonight. On the road at Burnet they will be trying to offset a 1 point loss they had to the Burnet Lady Bulldogs in the first district game of the season. Since that loss, the Lady Badgers have beat Salado, Llano and Taylor, but lost another 1 pointer to liberty Hill. Their record in the first round of district play, 3-2, has them in 3rd place in district, albeit the fact that they are number 14 in state 4A. Lampasas is in a tough district and district rivals Liberty Hill and Burnet are rated #3 and #7 respectively. 
If Lampasas can up with a win over Burnet tonight the ratings will doubtless change, with Lampasas going up and Burnet down in those standings. Freshman pitcher Regan Dunn is still in great form and coming off a shutout game with 9 strikeouts and only one walk. 
Lady Badger batters had 15 hits and as many runs in the last game with only 24 times at bat
 


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