Friday evening the Boy’s and Girl’s Varsity Track teams competed in the Sagamore Conference Track meet at Danville High School. The Girl’s team had the 2nd best ever finish in school history with 2nd place overall finish. The girls team scored 98 overall points placing behind only third year in a row team champion Tri-west.
News · Cheer on the Track team
Here is a schedule for tonight’s meet at Danville High School: 3200 m Relay Finals 6:00 pm Running Event Trials 6:30 pm National Anthem 7:25 pm Running Event Finals 7:30 pm Location: Danville High School: 100 Warrior Way, Danville, IN 46122 Rain Date: Saturday, May 17 at 10:00 am. It would have to be thunder
Multiple Teams · Rain Postponement Schedule
Make-up dates are as followed: Softball will play tomorrow (Thursday) at Webo at 5:30 p.m. and at Frankfort on Friday at 5:00 p.m. Baseball will play a doubleheader at Frankfort on Thursday starting at 5:00 p.m.
News · Record broke on Senior night
Monday evening the Webo Boys and Girls Varsity track team hosted North Montgomery on a night when the team’s Seniors were honored for their contributions throughout their high school track & field career night. The highlight of the meet was senior Austin Burtner breaking the school record in the Long Jump with a leap of
Boys Junior Varsity Golf, Boys Varsity Golf · Golf beats CC
The WB boys golf team traveled to Eagle Creek GC to take on Covenant Christian and came away with a 163 to 186. Jason Smith was medalist with a 38, Drew Chadwick added a 9 hole season best 40, Eli Weber 42, Caleb Mills a 43, Nik Wilson 44, and Logan Marsh 45. The Stars
Multiple Teams · WeBo & Lebanon join forces to ‘Smash Cancer’
BY WILL WILLEMS – SPORTS EDITOR DOVER — The Lebanon and Western Boone tennis teams joined together for a good cause during their annual rivalry match-up Monday afternoon. The two teams raised money to “Smash Cancer” with the proceeds going to the Boone County Cancer Society. The night started out with two honorary servers who were cancer survivors
Multiple Teams · Stars Finish the Week 2-2
The Western Boone Stars Girls Tennis Team finished a week competing in four conference matches. They finished the week 2-2 by defeating Southmont and Danville and dropping matches to Crawfordsville and North Montgomery. Picking up wins on the week were Kylie Dobbs 1S (1-2), Alissa Jahn 2S (1-2), Meg Kinslow 2S (1-0), Holly Osburn 3S
Multiple Teams · Tennis wins again
Stars tennis wins 3-2 at Danville. The Stars move to 11-4 and 3-1 in conference.
Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · Lady Stars return the favor
The softball team desperately needed a win to stay in the Sagamore conference hunt on a windy Thursday. The Stars got just what they needed by defeating Tri-West 3-1. Webo softball will travel to Elwood for a tournament on Saturday.
Boys Junior Varsity Baseball, Boys Varsity Baseball · Stars stomp Bruins
The boys baseball team again showed that there is no place like home. For two weeks in a row the Stars have lost a Tuesday conference doubleheader opener only to come back and win at home on Thursday. Webo baseball did that in some very windy conditions. Derek Gaha started on the bump and threw