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Make A Wish Foundation

The Western Boone girls basketball team has been raising money this week for the non-profit foundation Make A Wish (Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana chapter) to help grant wishes for kids across the state of Indiana. We are “selling” blue stars for $1.00, which will be hung in the Athletic Office windows. You can buy a

Senior Night!

(TENTATIVE MAKEUP DATE TBA) The Western Boone girls basketball team celebrates senior night vs. Mt. Vernon.  JV game will start at 6PM and the seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game (around 7:00-7:15PM).  Come out and support our group of seniors and help us recognize their achievements! Seniors: Nicole Chance Emily Harrison Ashley Jones

#3A GBB Sectional @ WEBO

2013-14 IHSAA Class 3A Girls Basketball State Tournament – Sectional 25 | Western Boone First Round 02/11 @ 7p Lebanon vs. North Montgomery Feb.14 Semifinals 02/14 @ 6p Crawfordsville vs. Western Boone   02/14 @ 7:30p Frankfort vs Lebanon/NM winner    Feb. 15 Championship Championship 02/15 @ 7:30p    

Morales & McCloskey Win

Congratulations to Jonathan Morales for winning the sectional title at 182 pounds and Austin McCloskey at 170 pounds.

Homecoming King & Queen

Congrats to senior football player, CJ Jenkins for being named Homecoming King. Jackelyn Spall was named Queen.

Smith Strong

BY WILL WILLEMS SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — It wasn’t a happy winter homecoming for the Western Boone Lady Stars Friday night. Visiting Danville came into Stephen A. Wall Gymnasium and handed the Stars their first conference loss of the season, 58-56, on a buzzerbeating jumper from Maleha Motter. The Stars are now tied in the loss

Stars Overcome Emotions for Win

Writer- Will Williems DOVER — This win meant more to the Western Boone boys’ basketball team. Not only was it winter homecoming, but it was the Stars’ Coaches vs. Cancer game. That cause was even more important for the Stars this year as Jaclyn Smith, daughter of assistant coach Willie Smith and sister of team member

Boys beat Danville

The Webo boys basketball took on their conference foe Warriors in a Homecoming tilt. The Stars came out victorious 60-58 over an 11-2 Danville team. The girls lost 58-56 to the Lady Warriors. The girls will return to action this Tuesday at home vs. Westfield.