Sport Tennis Varsity Boys Home Score 5 Away Score 0 Game Recap The Stars move to 2-0 on the season with a 5-0 victory over the Covington Trojans. They finish the first week of the season undefeated and look forward to their match Tuesday at conference foe Southmont. Box Scores Location Championship Games Singles Player
Multiple Teams · Boys Soccer falls in OT, 4-3.
Stars trailed 0-3 and rallied to force OT but fall to Hot Dogs.
Boys Middle School Tennis, Boys Varsity Tennis · Tennis downs Trojans 5-0
Multiple Teams · Girls Soccer downs Mounties 2-0
Multiple Teams · Volleyball defeats Southmont 3-0
The Lady Stars kicked off conference action at home Thursday night, facing the Southmont Mounties. The Stars defeated the Mounties in three games 25-17, 25-13, 25-11. Emily Harrison and Lauren Marsh had solid performances, each with 11 kills. Casi Neff had 5 kills, BayLee Mitchell had 4 kills, Lydia Climer had 29 assists, and Kaitlin Miller
Multiple Teams · Operation Football this Friday!!
This Friday, October 7th, Channel 13’s Dave Calabro and Operation Football will touch-down in Thorntown. Fans should wear Red, White and Blue to support our 6-1 football team vs. the North Montgomery Chargers. Posters, signs and creativity is encouraged. Let’s represent WEBO and show the other schools what spirit is!!! `
Multiple Teams · Stars Varsity Volleyball Sweeps Clinton Prairie
Last night the Lady Stars Varsity Volleyball team started off their season on a positive note, sweeping Clinton Prairie in three games 25-12, 25-8, and 25-11. Leading the way for the Stars were Lydia Climer with 30 assists, Emily Harrison with 16 kills, Lauren Marsh with 6 kills and 4 aces, Casi Neff with
Multiple Teams · Boy’s Soccer downs Athenians 4-2 in Opener.
Multiple Teams · Lady Stars Volleyball defeats Clinton Prairie 3-0.
Multiple Teams · Stars’ defense key to their success in 2013
By Will Willems Sports Editor Lebanon Reporter The Western Boone Lady Stars soccer team returns a majority of their team from the 2012 campaign. With key returners all around the field, the Stars have a team that can contend toward the top of the Sagamore Conference. “So far things have been going really well,” Western