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Lady Stars advanced to Regionals; Baird and Collier advance

The Western Boone H.S. cross country team competed at the IHSAA Sectional meet at White River Elementary in Noblesville on Saturday morning.  The Stars had excellent performances, with 11 of the 13 runners achieving personal best times. As a team, the Western Boone boys finished 7th with 208 points. Carmel, ranked #2 in the state,

Stars win Clinton Prairie Invitational

The varsity volleyball team traveled to Clinton Prairie for the last tournament and matches of the regular season. The Stars had their toughest match of the day taking on West Lafayette. The passing and blocking defense was able to shut down West Lafayette’s 2 best hitters and the team won 2-0. Up next was Tri-Central and

WeBo’s o-line the difference against Danville

DANVILLE — The Western Boone offensive line lives for games like Friday night. Playing on a cold and rainy night in Danville, the Stars knew the passing game would be limited and it would come down to battle of the trenches. The Stars responded with 409 yards rushing and topped Danville 20-14. “We love games

All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 14 – Oct 20

Oct 16 Girls 6th Grade Volleyball vs. Clinton Prairie High Scho CANCELED – Clinton Prairie High Scho 6:00 pm | Western Boone Jr-Sr High School Oct 17 Girls Varsity Volleyball at Sectional Rd.1 Sectional Rd.1 TBA   Oct 17 Girls 6th Grade Volleyball vs. Lebanon Middle School Lebanon Middle School 6:00 pm | Western Boone

LIFT Academy Presents Lucas Harbison, a 2015 Fishers High School Alum

Meet Lucas Harbison, a 2015 Fishers High School alum who is now pursuing his dream to fly through LIFT Academy. From favorite high school traditions to his first flight, Lucas shares how he made his way from high school diploma to flying high as a pilot. Hometown: Fishers, IN High school graduation year: 2015 Favorite school subject: Economy

Stars sweep the Mounties to end their seasons

The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams hosted the Southmont Mounties in their season finale. The 7th grade volleyball team won 25-8, 25-12.  The Stars ended the season undefeated. “This team was an awesome group to coach this year.  They worked hard in practice and showed great improvement throughout the season.  I look forward to

Junior High Fall Awards Program – November 4th

We will host our Junior High Fall Sports Program on Monday, November 4th in the Auditorium at 6 PM.  We will start together and recognize the highlights of our teams, star award winners and those that are receiving their numerals.  We will break out into individual team sessions to complete the evening.  Cake will be available after the breakout sessions.

Experience pays dividends for Lady Stars

DOVER — The Western Boone girls soccer team is no stranger to shootouts. Heading into Thursday night’s game with Faith Christian, the Stars had gone to a shootout in four of the previous five seasons, winning three and losing one. So when the match-up with the Eagles went to PKs, the Stars were ready. All

Stars sweep the Hot Dogs

The 6th grade volleyball teams travelled to Frankfort Tuesday night as they faced the Hot Dogs. Both the A and B teams defeated Frankfort in two sets. The A team won 25-14, 25-23 and the B team won 25-11, 25-16. Both teams did a great job passing the ball to target and attacked the third hit