ELM MOTT — Copperas Cove IMCA Southern SportMod driver Taylor Florio was the sanction’s Rookie of the Year in 2015 while still in high school. Friday night, the recent Lampasas grad hit another career milestone, and when the checkered flag waved for her after Friday’s SportMod feature at Hea…
LAMPASAS — Aaron Nuckles wants to enhance skills, but he also wants to cultivate passion.
Christin Wilson’s first season was a struggle.
Tate Harvey feels slightly slighted.
Temple golfer William Paysse, who just completed his junior year at Belton High School, earned a spot in the U.S Junior Amateur championship by winning a sectional qualifier Monday in Kerrville.
BELTON — Emily Gray knew what to expect.
LAMPASAS — Logan Bender knows this could be the end.
MARBLE FALLS — Canyon Carothers was forced to balance his emotions.
MARBLE FALLS — Their approach is the same.
MARBLE FALLS — It did not change the outcome, but it confirmed the obvious.
MARBLE FALLS — Justin Schulze does not have an explanation.
AUSTIN — Jordan Brock had nothing left, and she was fine with it.
LAMPASAS — Cameron Everts knows he is a freshman, but he does not care.
AUSTIN — Lampasas lost the series, but the Badgers found their confidence.
AUSTIN — Shane Doege saw two different teams on the field, but each was his.
LAMPASAS — It was supposed to be a long, drawn-out process.
Most dream of it, but few achieve it. Jordan Brock, however, is one of the exceptions.
The Florence baseball Buffaloes play Johnson City LBJ tonight in Marble Falls for the final playoff spot in District 25-3A. The teams tied for fourth place in the regular season.
DRIPPING SPRINGS — In one inning, Giddings stole the lead and all the momentum.
One year having its impressive streak halted, Gatesville is poised resume it.
TAYLOR — Lampasas must wait for another opportunity.
The Lampasas girls golf team is headed back to the Class 4A state tournament — and the Lady Badgers will have some familiar company.
Lampasas is right where it wants to be — in a big moment.
LIBERTY HILL — It was too much to overcome.
Top-ranked Liberty Hill scored four early runs and held on to beat No. 11 Salado 6-3 in District 19-4A softball action Thursday at Liberty Hill.
It was a frustrating round, and Justin Schulze is happy about it.
The conversation changed everything.
Sloane Johnson, Kloe Corbin and Megan Sittner hit consecutive homers Friday during No. 24 Lampasas 10-0 home win in five innings over Llano on Friday in District 19-4A softball action.
SALADO — The first inning did not end the game, but both teams felt it did.
SALADO — It was a series of simple things.
LAMPASAS — He never expected this.
LAMPASAS — The Lampasas Lady Badgers watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 13-0, five-inning run-rule loss to No. 1 Liberty Hill in a District 19-4A game.
The Texas High School Bowling Club state tournament begins today with boys and girls teams from Ellison and Harker Heights among the teams vying for state titles this weekend at Fort Worth’s Cityview Lanes.
LAMPASAS — Looks can be deceiving.
Emily Gray tossed a one-hitter and the 12th-ranked Florence softball team used an eight-run second inning to beat Johnson City 10-0 in six innings Tuesday in Johnson City.
LAMPASAS — Things do not always go as planned.
LAMPASAS — Salado head coach Kory Craddick admitted that winning on the road is a very tough thing to do in District 19-4A.
The Harker Heights baseball team opened a tournament at Manor on Thursday with a 6-3 win over Class 4A No. 18 Liberty Hill and a 2-1 loss to St. Andrews.
Marissa Gonzalez was 4 for 4 with two doubles, two runs and an RBI, Bailey Tindell tossed a one-hitter, and 13th-ranked Salado scored in all six innings of a 10-0 District 19-4A home victory over Llano on Tuesday.
LAMPASAS — Daniel Hurst felt he could not take a play off, and he did not want to.
LAMPASAS — Logan Bender cannot describe it, but he is about to experience it again.
LAMPASAS — Kiff Wiemers is concerned about the effort, not the outcome.
COPPERAS COVE — Dusty Brittain does not want to contain the competitiveness.
ROBINSON — Rob Shivers knows his players are disappointed, but he also believes there is no reason to be.
LAMPASAS — Kyle Sims understands the significance.