Sports

Tue
21
Apr

Llano loses for second time to Badgers

Llano put 12 runners in scoring position Monday night in the Jackets battle with Lampasas and was only able to score once on a passed ball. “We couldn’t hit and we  had four errors,’’ Llano coachStephen Campbell said. “I’ve been better.’’ The Jackets drop to 2-5 in District 25-4A with the loss. The Jackets have some quality wins among their 9-10 mark on the season, but they have  wo crushing losses to the Lampasas Badgers. Lampasas beat the Jackets, 5-1, on Monday night in a  akeup game that got rained  out last Fridayo
 
Tue
21
Apr

Jackets expect challenges at state

Llano’s boys golf team is primed and ready for the state tournament after winning district and regional. Head coach Mike McIntosh said the team should be ready for the test when they take to the Class 4A field Monday and Tuesday at the Onion Creek Club in Austin. “I think the experiencefrom last year and the schedule we’ve had this year has them ready,’’ McIntosh said. Argyle, Andrews and Gatesville will be teamed with the Jackets when the tournament starts next week.  rgyle returns most of its team like the Jackets and should be the toughest challenge  n the field..Llano’s team is led by   layton Meyers, Chance  raig and Tyler McDonough. 
Tue
14
Apr

Llano surprises Liberty Hill

Llano had just four hits, but all were doubles in the team’s 3-2 victory over the Liberty Hill Panthers Friday at Llano. The win was the first in District 25-4A play for the Jackets and gives the team some momentum heading into the second half of district.
 
To read more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
Tue
14
Apr

Jackets punctuate effort with state berth

Llano is headed back to state. The Jackets golf team shot a 297 Monday at Gabe Lazano Golf Club to take a commanding 7-stroke lead heading into Tuesday’s second round. Then on Tuesday, rains hit the Gulf Coast and wiped out the second round. More than two hours of rain forced officials to call off Tuesday’s round. The first-day totals held up and give the Jackets their second straight trip to the state golf tournament.
 
To read more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
Tue
07
Apr

Llano youth teams win their share of battles

BY JEFF KUYKENDALL

 

The second week of the regular season brought about a full slate of games with some outstanding performances by the Llano Little Leaguers. The Llano Little League will have their annual fish fry on Saturday, May 9 at the Moore Complex and the Barney Lee Field. There will be games scheduled all day at both fields and fish will be served from 11 a.m. to noon

 

To read more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.

 

 

 

Tue
07
Apr

Jacket golfers earn regional invitation

BY MARK GOODSON

For the third straight year, Llano’s golf team earned the individual medalists Tuesday with senior Clayton Meyers nailing down the top spot in District 25- 4A with a closing round of 69 at the Hancock Municipal Golf Course in Lampasas. The senior finished shooting four-under par over the final four holes, including and eagle on No. 15. For two days, he shot rounds of 68 and 69 to win by one stroke over Liberty Hill’s Blake Elliott. The amazing thing about his round of 69 is he had a triple bogey on the par-3 No. 6 hole.

 

To read more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.

 

 

 

Tue
31
Mar

Jackets stay busy

Next week kicks off a busy week in Llano sports. The golf team opens the District 25-4A tournament with a round of golf on Monday at the Llano River Golf Course
and ten ventures to Lampasas to battle the layout at the Hancock Golf Course.
 
Tue
31
Mar

Little League season opens with success

The Llano Little League opened up its season this past week with a full slate of games being played in all divisions. It is an exciting time for the kids, coaches and parents.
 
<p><a href="http://etypeservices.com/Llano%20County%20JournalID73/">To read more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.</a></p>
Wed
18
Mar

Fishing report

Texas Parks and Wildlife

LBJ – Water stained; 53–57 degrees; 0.31’ low. Black bass are good on green pumpkin worms, PBJ colored igs, and watermelon tubes along docks and seawalls. Striped bass are slow. White bass are fair on Spoiler Shads in the channel. Crappie are fair on minnows in brush piles. Channel catfish are fair on minnows and worms. Yellow and blue catfish are slow.

To read more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.

Wed
18
Mar

High school anglers hit Lake LBJ Saturday

BY MARK GOODSON

Marble Falls will be well represented when the Marble Falls Fishing Club hosts the 2015 Texas State High School Fishing Championship for the third time Saturday, March 21 on Lake LBJ. Among the Marble Falls anglers will be seniors Jake Meadows and Lyle Schmidt. Craig Orton is the coach of the Marble Falls team and said he expects the Mustangs team to be among the favorites.

To read more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Sports