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Cross Country Takes 3rd at Landes Invitational

The Western Boone boys cross country team brought home a 3rd place finish at the Landes Invitational this evening at Hamilton Heights.  Pendleton Heights took first place in both the boys and girls races out of the field of fifteen teams.  The Webo girls team earned a 6th place finish. Hunter Martin and Grant Stauffer

Stars Sweep the Bulldogs

The JV and Varsity volleyball teams hosted the Clinton Central Bulldogs Thursday night.  The JV was able to fight their way back for the win in the first set 25-24 and also took the second set 25-15.  Leading the way for the JV were Talyn Guinn with 5 kills and 12 digs, Emma Rolf with

Stars Volleyball Are Handed First Loss of the Season

The JV and Varsity volleyball teams traveled to Brebeuf last night to face the Braves.  Both teams struggled throughout the night.  The JV lost to Brebeuf in two sets 18-25, 11-25 after fighting their way back from large deficits.  Leading for the JV were Alayna Raby with 9 digs and 2 aces, Jaela Marsh with

Webo Cross Country Competes at Southmont Invite

The Western Boone varsity cross country teams competed in the Leap Into September Invitational tonight at Southmont High School.  The boys team managed to finish in 2nd place behind Benton Central.  The girls finished 4th.

Stars Sweep Charger Invite 3-4-5K

The boys and girls varsity cross country teams each won the annual Charger 3-4-5K Invitational last Thursday. Grant Stauffer paced the Stars by winning the 3K, followed closely by Cody Rice who took 3rd place.  Noah Klink took 3rd place in the 4K race.  Hunter Martin and Alexis Goglia took first place in the 5K

Three in a Row for Stars

The Western Boone Boys’ Tennis Team made it three WeBo Invitational Titles in a row by sweeping Fountain Central, Southmont, and Speedway on a beautiful Saturday in August. The Stars opened the day by defeating Fountain Central 5-0.  Earning his first ever varsity victory in that match was Junior Matt Brownlee.  The Stars followed their

Lightning can’t slow Stars in win over Harrison

BY WILL WILLEMS SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — Week two weather wasn’t Western Boone’s friend for the second-straight season Friday night. One year after having play suspended due to rain and lightning at Clinton Central, the Stars had another lengthy delay when lightning was spotted late in the first quarter in the home opener against Harrison. The