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Western Boone High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat Frankfort High School 4-1

Tuesday, September 1, 2015 5:00 PM Western Boone High School AWAY 4 Frankfort High School HOME 1 Meet Recap The Western Boone Stars traveled to Frankfort this evening to take on the up and coming Frankfort Hot Dogs in Sagamore Conference action. The Stars came away with a gritty 4-1 victory to improve their conference

Western Boone High School Boys Varsity Soccer falls to Speedway High School 2-3

Tuesday, September 1, 2015 5:30 PM Speedway High School AWAY 3 Western Boone High School HOME 2 Game Recap The Webo Boys Soccer team lost to Speedway on Tuesday 2-3. Jack Fortner scored both goals for the Stars off assists by Adam Ellingwood and Eli Westmoreland. The Stars are now 4-2 on the season. Box

Cross Country at Danville Hokum Karem

The Western Boone high school cross country team competed at the Danville Hokum Karem on Saturday.  The boys’ team was 14th and the girls’ team was 11th.  Hamilton Southeastern won both the boys’ and girls’ team competitions. The Stars’ highest-finishing pair in the two-person relay was Hunter Martin and Matthew VanDokkenburg.  Martin led the field

Stars lose to Harrison 25-20

BY WILL WILLEMS SPORTS EDITOR WEST LAFAYETTE – Friday night’s football game between Western Boone and Harrison was a good early season test for both teams. Unfortunately for the Stars, the back-and-forth contest didn’t go their way and the host Raiders topped them 25-20 to drop the Stars to 1-1 on the season. “We had

Western Boone High School Boys Varsity Tennis finishes 2nd place

Saturday, August 29, 2015 9:00 AM Place 2 Points 2 Meet Recap The Western Boone Stars fell short of their goal of winning the WeBo Invitational for the 3rd year in a row. They were derailed by the Mounties from Southmont who were seeking revenge for a 5-0 defeat on Tuesday. Southmont secured their victory

JH Cross Country Splits With Lebanon

After a meet on Wednesday night, the Western Boone Jr. High Cross Country team competed for the second night in a row at home and this time against Boone County rival Lebanon. The boys and girls ran strong for the Stars having the girls defeating the Tigers and the Stars’ boys could have been victorious had

Stars drop heartbreaker to Tri-West in shootout

BY WILL WILLEMS SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — Penalty kick shootouts are beginning to become a common occurrence between the Western Boone and Tri-West girls soccer teams. For the second-straight meeting, the two teams battled through a tie in regulation and overtime, only to go to a penalty kick shootout. But unlike last year’s sectional quarterfinal,

Martin, Goglia win.

The Western Boone high school cross country team competed at the North Montgomery 3-4-5K Invitational on Thursday evening. The Stars boys’ team was in a very close three-way race for the team title where the top three teams were each separated by only one point. Lebanon won with 19 points, followed by Western Boone with