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Stars fall short to Cougars

The Western Boone junior high football teams traveled to North Montgomery High School to take on the Northridge Cougars. The 7th grade fell short to the Cougars 12-8. Mason Amich ran the ball well all night and Carson Saunders had two good kick returns. Amich scored touchdown and the two point conversion. The 8th grade were

Stars sweep the Gophers

The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams traveled to Clinton Prairie Tuesday night. The Stars were ready to play as both teams came home with victories. The 7th grade defeated the Gophers in straight sets 25-13, 25-6. Star players on the night included outside hitters Emma McClaine and Olivia Reagan. Both started the second set in a

Stars fall short to Crawfordsville

The junior high boys tennis team lost a close match to Crawfordsville Monday night 2-3. The Stars swept both doubles spots starting with a great come from behind win by 1D Garrett Prickett/Andrew Petro. After getting down 2-6 early, the duo battled back and won the match 9-7. The 2D team of Jonathan Rutherford/Charlie Connors

WeBo Volleyball program shines over the weekend

It was a busy day on Saturday for the volleyball program this past weekend. The 7th and 8th grade teams played in their own Western Boone Invite. The 7th grade were crowned champions while the 8th grade finished runners up! The JV team traveled to Southmont for the Sagamore Conference Tournament. The Stars defeated Lebanon,

Stars finish 6th in Sagamore Conference Tournament

The Western Boone girls golf team traveled to Crawfordsville Country Club Saturday morning to compete in the Sagamore Conference Tournament. The Stars finished 6th in the tournament as a team. There were a lot of personal bests out on the course Saturday. Individual Scores: Nola Dickerson 98 PB; 2nd Team All-Conference Addy Bascom 109 Emily Depuy

Knoper finishes 2nd and breaks school record at Ben Davis Invite

On Saturday, the Western Boone high school cross country team participated in the Ben Davis XC Invitational. In a meet replete with state-ranked teams, the Stars boys’ team finished 15th out of 21 teams, and the girls’ team finished 11th out of 22 teams. Center Grove won for the boys, and Noblesville won for the

WeBo makes clutch plays in fourth to top Tri-West

DOVER — Good football teams find ways to win games when they aren’t their best. So although there is plenty to work on for the Class 2A No. 4 Western Boone football team, they aren’t going to complain about Friday night’s 27-13 win over Tri-West. “We knew they weren’t going to go away, and we

Stars get a win on Senior Night

The Western Boone girls golf team had its senior night at Cool Lake Golf Course Thursday night for lone senior Addy Bascom. The Stars shot well enough to defeat Danville and North Montgomery with a team score of 189.  Team Scores: Webo 189 Danville 192 North Montgomery 211 Individual Scores: Nola Dickerson 44 Emily Depuy

Stars split with Tri-West

The Western Boone 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams were in action Thursday as they played the visiting Tri-West Bruins. The 7th grade won a close match 25-19, 25-18. Led by attackers Janie Ransom and Reagan Durbin, the Stars kept constant pressure on a very good defensive Tri-West team. Despite a good team effort and strong

Stars storm back in final set to down Guerin Catholic

The Western Boone volleyball team did not make a dull night for the fans against Guerin Catholic on Thursday night. The JV’s first match was one of their best sets of the season winning 25-16. The Golden Eagles came back after the defeat with much improvement which caused the set to be close all the