At Cedar Park, Lampasas improved to 3-1 on the season by beating Vista Ridge and Cedar Park on the road.

The Badgers and Lady Badgers opened the day by jumping out to a 5-2 lead in doubles against Vista Ridge before alternating wins and loses in boys singles competition.  Then the Lady Badgers produced a dominating showing, winning all six of their singles matches to give Lampasas an 11-8 victory.

After a short break, Lampasas made a short trip to Cedar Park, where it claimed an early 4-3 lead in doubles with Brian Collier and Michaela Ellison combining for a mixed doubles victory, and once again, the Lady Badgers swept their singles matches en route to another 11-8 win.

Lampasas returns to the courts again Tuesday at Georgetown East View.

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