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Tennis downs Dogs

The Girls Tennis Team won their first conference match against Frankfort today. This moves them to 8-3 and 1-0 in the conference. #1 Singles Kylie Dobbs Lost 6-3, 3-6, 3-6 #2 Singles Alissa Jahn Won 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 #3 Singles Emma Schaefer Won 6-2, 6-3 #1 Doubles Kaitlin Miller and Morgan Ragsdale Won 6-0, 6-0

Softball sweeps North

Softball defeated North Montgomery in a doubleheader on Saturday.

Stars win Invitational

Western Boone sweeps all three matches today to improve to 7-3 overall and wins the Western Boone invitational. Match One versus Fountain Central Win 4-1: #1 Singles Kylie Dobbs Lost 5-7 3-6 #2 Singles Emma Schaefer Won 6-1 7-5 #3 Singles Holly Osburn Won 4-6, 6-2, (10-1) #1 Doubles Kaitlin Miller and Morgan Ragsdale Won

Youth Softball Day

Tomorrow there is a lot going on at WEBO. Baseball and softball will be battling North Montgomery at 10:00 a.m. It will be youth softball day. Free admission for all youth softball players and the softball team will be giving out autographed posters to all those in attendance after the game during their meet and

Golf gets 2nd

The WB Stars golf team took a step backwards Thursday night by shooting a 180  at Crawfordsville Municipal and lost to Lafayette Central Catholic with a 174, and beating Crawfordsville who shot a 191. Jason Smith was the meet medalist and led the Stars with a 40, Nik Wilson shot a 45, Drew Chadwick a 47, Logan Marsh

Track defeats Hot Dogs

Webo boys and girls varsity track teams hosted the Frankfort Hotdogs Thursday evening.   The Girls won by a score of 98 – 34.  The boys also won by a score 75 – 59.  There were several very good performances during a breezy evening meet. Girls 1st Places 4×800 Relay (Hannah Hayden, Abby Ohab, Callie

Softball finding their groove

BY WILL WILLEMS – SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — After starting the season 1-3, the Western Boone softball is starting to put it all together. With Thursday’s 16-6 win against Crawfordsville, the Stars have won four-straight games and improved to 5-3 on the season and 2-2 in the Sagamore Conference. Western Boone head coach Mike Vanderpool said the Stars

Baseball topped 8-2

WILL WILLEMS – SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — The Crawfordsville baseball team proved to be too much for the Western Boone Stars Thursday evening. The Athenians finished off a two-game sweep of Western Boone with an 8-2 victory. “It keeps getting better for us,” Western Boone head coach Cesar Barrientos said. “Today I think the approach was good

Tennis downs Trojans

Webo defeated Covington 4-1. Kylie Dobbs lost at one singles 3-6 5-7 Meg Kinslow won at two singles 6-4 7-5 Holly Osburn won at three singles 6-1 6-0 Kaitlin Miller/Emma Schaefer won at one doubles 6-0 6-1 Alissa Jahn and Bailey Stewart won at two doubles 6-0 6-0

Full slate today

Calling all Webo Star supporters! It will be a busy afternoon at Western Boone. Today will be our first home track meet vs. Frankfort. Baseball and softball will be facing off vs. Crawfordsville. Nathanial Bye takes the mound after his no-hitter last Saturday.  GO STARS!!!!