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Western Boone High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat Rossville High School 3-2

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 4:30 PM Western Boone High School AWAY 3 Rossville High School HOME 2 Meet Recap The Stars traveled to Rossville on Tuesday to take on the host Hornets. The Stars started off well, winning the first two spots to get off the courts. Korbin Lough and the #2 doubles team of

JH Girls Soccer Defeats Southmont

The JH Girls soccer team hosted Southmont last night for their third game this season.  The entire team worked together, communicated, and supported each other on and off the field.  Their hard work paid off!   Western Boone defeated Southmont by a score of 5 – 1!  A big thank you goes to the defensive players

JH Boys Soccer Picks Up First Win

After rough outings in their first two games, the Western Boone Jr. High Boys soccer team got their first victory on Monday night against Southmont 2-1. The two WeBo goals were both scored by Nick Bowman and there was incredible effort by everyone on both offense and defense. A special thank you goes out to

JH Boys Tennis Wins at C-ville

The junior high tennis team traveled to Crawfordsville Monday and picked up their third straight 5-0 win. The Stars remain undefeated on the season at 3-0 and will face Tecumseh Wednesday at home.

JH Cross Country Runs at Frankfort

The Stars’ boys and girls teams both ran well tonight, however neither team had not enough to take Frankfort.   Only 10 seconds off his PR pace, Caden Baird ran for 2nd place with a time of 12:26. Jacob Parsons also ran a solid race, placing 5th in 13:17 and Benton Foxworthy finished in 7th

Bye leads Stars

BY JIM JOHNSON – FOR THE LEBANON REPORTER NEW MARKET — Western Boone’s Nathanial Bye had everything going his way Friday night — and right from the start. The senior quarterback threw for 238 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for another score in a 39-14 victory over the Southmont Mounties in Sagamore Conference play.Bye connected with

8th Volleyball Wins WeBo Invite

The 8th grade volleyball team took first place at their tournament on Saturday! In the first match against a solid Southwestern team the Stars won 25-19, 25-18. Holly Thompson led the team with 11 points.  Regan Gubera had 10 points while Tori Wilkinson added  6. Also serving well for the team was Lauren Gangwer, Grace

Lucas Oil tickets deadline

Sales for advanced reduced tickets will end at noon on Thursday, September 17th. Limited amount remain. Let’s cheer on the Stars in Indianapolis!