The Western Boone Junior High’s Blue baseball team started their season with a big win over North Montgomery, 12-11. The Stars trailed by 8 heading into the late innings but the offense got going and the blue team put together enough runs to win the game. Pitching was solid all night as the Star’s hurlers
The WeBo Jr High A team couldn’t keep up with the Lebanon Tigers and fell 10-0. A single by Mickey Burns in the first inning was positive note for team. Emma McClaine was in the pitchers circle for WeBo. She surrendered two runs on three hits over four innings, striking out three and walking one.
The Western Boone Jr. High Girls came out strong for their second match of the season against Frankfort winning 4-1. Isabel Adams won 8-3, Janie Ransom won 8-2, Michaelee Cratty put forth a great effort but could not get passed her opponent and lost 1-8. The Stars doubles both came out with a bang and
The Stars dropped a dual match vs Hamilton Heights at Bear Slide tonight 193-204. Levi LaGrange led the Stars with a 48, Damian Stout 49, Tyler Dickerson 52, Zach Gideon 54 and Luke Marsh 55. Eleven guys will play Saturday at Danville and Covington.
The Junior High Golf teams moves to 3-0 on the season after defeating conference foe North Montgomery by team scores of 207 to 228. Cole Ramsey shot an impressive 45 to take medalist honors. Ben Fortner had a great rebound from his previous round placing second overall for a 51. Rounding out team scores was Evan
The Western Boone Girls came out on fire last night winning our first match against the Lebanon Tigers (3-2) Isabel Adams played number 1 singles and didn’t not even give her opponent the opportunity to win one game . (8-0) Janie Ransom played two singles and was a little nervous but once she shook off
The Stars fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 6-1 loss to North Montgomery on Wednesday. Tyler Brunty started the game for WeBoi. The pitcher allowed five hits and six runs over five and a third innings, striking out six. Mitch Miller threw one and two-thirds innings in relief. Zach Collins and Elliott Young each managed one hit to lead Western
The varsity girls tennis team picked up another win Thursday in a 4-1 battle versus University. At singles, 1S Lindsey Coffman lost a competitive match 3-6, 4-6, 2S Katelyn Jahn won a close one 6-2, 7-5, and 3S Marli Ransom earned a quick 6-0, 6-0 victory. At doubles, the 1D team of Makaila Arnold/Jaden Maze
Western Boone High School Track & Field hosted its first track meet on the brand new track – the first home meet in over 700 days. The Girls Track & Field team continued their strong season, beating Sagamore Conference foe Danville with a score of 89 to 42. The girls were led by KaLeigh Steimel
Hannah Redlin Drives in Five as Western Boone Varsity Stars Wins Over North Montgomery. Hannah Redlin showed timely hitting on Wednesday, driving in five on two hits to lead the Stars past North Montgomery 18-2 on Wednesday. Redlin drove in runs on a single in the first, a groundout in the third, and a home