It is with great excitement that we welcome Devon Eadie as our new Head Cheerleading Coach for the upcoming 2018-19 school year. Devon currently serves on the staff at Champions Gym in Lebanon teaching the fundamentals of cheer and tumbling. She has also served as a junior high cheer coach at Western Boone in the past.
Boys 7th Grade Baseball · Athenians too much for the Stars
Crawfordsville outlasted our 6th/7th grade baseball team on Tuesday at Milligan Park. With the score tied at 4 after the fourth inning, the Athenians pulled away to win 11-4. Blake Miller had his best outing of the season. He struck out 7, giving up 4 earned runs in 4 2/3 innings pitched. Miller, along with
Boys Varsity Baseball · Stars fall to the Warriors
The Western Boone Stars Varsity team lost the lead late in a 6-5 defeat to Danville on Monday. The game was tied at five after the fifth inning. WEBO scored three runs in the fifth inning, big bats came from Peyton Young and Adam Konz. The Stars out hit Danville with a total of 15
Girls Varsity Softball · Lady Stars rout the Red Devils
The Western Boone varsity softball team traveled to West Lafayette to take on the Red Devils. The Lady Stars got off to a relatively slow start scoring 2 runs in the first but then opened up the gates putting 8 and 10 runs in the second and third innings notching their 18th win on the
Boys Middle School Track, Girls Middle School Track · Star runners finish season at Conference
The junior high boy’s and girl’s Track team had their conference meet last night. The boy’s finished 8th and the girl’s finished 6th. They continued to have some PR’s. Emma Mitchell got a PR in the 2400 m run. Sydney Haag got a PR in the 1600 m run and qualified for the Miracle Mile.
Boys 7th Grade Baseball · Stars win in walk-off fashion
Monday evening brought the Hotdogs of Frankfort to Webo to play our 6th/7th grade baseball team. The Stars won the game, 9-8, in the bottom of the fifth on a walk off hit by Andrew Foster. This win brings the team record to 8-5 on the season. Starting pitcher, Rowen Durbin, and reliever, Jake Johnson,
Girls Varsity Tennis · Lady Stars finish regular season with convincing win
The high school girls tennis team defeated International Monday night 5-0 to end regular season play. The varsity squad stands at 10-7 with sectionals still to play, while the JV team wrapped up their season with a record of 12-1. In Monday night’s sectional draw, the Stars were selected to play Zionsville in round one. The
Girls Track & Field: Tuesday, May 15th @ Hamilton Southeastern (5:00) Girls Tennis: Wednesday, May 16th vs. Zionsville @ Lebanon (4:30) Boys Track & Field: Thursday, May 17th @ Carmel (5:00) Softball: Monday, May 21st vs. Seeger @ Southmont (7:30 PM) Baseball: Wednesday, May 23rd vs. Delphi @ Lafayette Central Catholic (7:30) Boys Golf: Saturday,
Girls Tennis will play Zionsville on Wednesday, May 16th – 4:30 @ Lebanon in the HSAA Sectional.
Cancelled: The Junior Varsity Softball Game vs. Clinton Prairie scheduled for Friday, May 18th has been cancelled. No makeup date will be scheduled.