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Baseball Camp & Fundraiser

Youth Baseball Camp The Youth Baseball Camp will be on Saturday, April 12 from 2pm to 5 pm following the game against University High School. All kids that attend the camp will be admitted free to the game! Baseball Fundraiser Stookey’s Family Dining will be hosting a Baseball Fundraiser on Saturday, April 12 from 8:30pm

Sectional Student Contest Tonight!

  The Top 3 students that arrive prior to Tip-Off at 7:30 p.m. and dress in the best “Star Like” costume, (examples: Captain America, Uncle Sam, Patriot…) will receive a gift card from Buffalo Wild Wings. The next 3 runner-ups will get a ticket for free admission!!!

Stars look for title

BY WILL WILLEMS SPORTS EDITOR FRANKFORT — Once the Western Boone defense got going, their was little North Montgomery could do in the Sectional 25 semifinal Friday at Frankfort. After allowing North Montgomery to shoot close to 50 percent in the first quarter, the Stars held the Chargers to 25.7 percent the rest of the game

Boys Hoops in Championship

The Western Boone Stars boys’ basketball team was victorious against the North Montgomery Chargers tonight in semi-final sectional action by a score of 54-34. Scoring for the Stars: Baxter with 21 on 9/11 shooting. Porter with 8, Burtner with 7, Bye and Whitaker with 6, McCloskey with 4 and Wethington 2. A long sectional drought will

2014 Physical Information

May 4th  St. Vincent Sports Performance, 8227 Northwest Blvd, 3pm-6pm (Brebeuf, Heritage Christian, International, Park Tudor, Western Boone, Tri West, Cardinal Ritter, Traders Point) Click here for the information: student physicals 2014

Harrison racks up honors

As Emily Harrison’s high school career draws to an end it will not be without plenty of accolades.  Having already signed a Division I letter of intent to play volleyball at SIU-Edwardsville and being named an Indiana All-Star in volleyball, she turned her focus to the basketball court.  Emily led the Lady Stars to one

Gophers Prevail

MANSON — Sometimes it just isn’t your night. Such was the case with the Western Boone boys basketball team Thursday night at Clinton Prairie. The Stars didn’t lead for the final 28 minutes of the game and ultimately fell 60-52 to the Gophers. “The first quarter we didn’t guard anybody,” Western Boone head coach Scott Mc-Clelland