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Boys swim Conference results

2014-2015 Sport: Boys Swimming Team Results Score 1 Crawfordsville 391 2 North Montgomery 299 3 Western Boone 279 4 Frankfort 256 5 Davnille 255 6 Tri-West 237 7 Southmont 164 8 Lebanon 144 Individual Results 1st Team School Grade 2nd Team School Grade 50 Free Thomas Fairfield C 11 Luke Spencer NM 12 100 Free

Second-quarter run leads Frankfort past the WeBo

BY WILL WILLEMS SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — The Western Boone boys basketball team had some momentum early in the second quarter against Frankfort. But in a blink of an eye, the Hot Dogs stole the momentum right back and created a gap that the Stars were unable to recover from. A 24-4 run spanning the

Lady Stars Overcome Deficit To Top Frankfort

BY WILL WILLEMS SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — Despite being down by three after three quarters, there was no panic in the Western Boone Lady Stars on Friday night when they hosted Frankfort. Instead, the Stars decided to take over. Western Boone outscored the Hot Dogs 18-9 in the fourth quarter and won 61-55 to improve

Stars place 3rd at Sugar Creek

BY WILL WILLEMS – SPORTS EDITOR CRAWFORDSVILLE — It was a tough bounce-back game for the Western Boone boys basketball team Saturday night when they faced Southmont in the Sugar Creek Classic consolation game. Less than 24 hours before, the Stars had lost on a buzzer- beater to Crawfordsville that should not have counted. But WeBo was

Ramey notches career high

BY WILL WILLEMS – SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — The Lady Stars knew they were going to have a tough challenge Saturday afternoon when they welcomed Northview to Stephen A. Wall Gymnasium. The Knights came into the game 10-4 and had more size than every other team Western Boone had faced so far this season. But the Stars

WeBo girls place fifth at tournament

BY WILL WILLEMS SPORTS EDITOR MONTICELLO – The Western Boone girls basketball team bounced back from Monday’s loss to Cathedral on Tuesday, going 1-1 on the day at the Twin Lake Tournament to place fifth. In the opening game of the day, Western Boone beat Taylor 39-34. “The most pleasing part was we came out and

Harrison turns corner in win over Stars

Sam King, sking@jconline.com12:14 a.m. EST January 3, 2015   A family situation brought Isaiah Carpenter 600 miles north from Atlanta and dropped a 6-foot-7 senior basketball player right on the Harrison program’s lap. Coach Mark Rinehart sent warnings to his veteran roster that landing the talented transfer didn’t necessarily mean instant success. “We talked at

Boy’s Basketball giving back

This past week the Western Boone Stars boy’s basketball team helped the community by volunteering to work the Salvation Army post at Walmart in Lebanon. This is the second year the team has assisted the Salvation Army.