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Jr. High Swimmers take on Clinton Central and Tecumseh

The junior high swimmers traveled to Clinton Central on Tuesday night for a three-way meet with Tecumseh.  The girls came out on top against both teams (29 WB – 27 T – 26 CC); the boys tied with Tecumseh (39-39) and fell to Clinton Central (58-25).  Top finishes for the evening included: Lilly Maners earned second-place in

Jr. High Wrestlers host WrestleMania

On Saturday, March 6, Western Boone hosted the annual WrestleMania wrestling tournament for middle school wrestlers.  The annual event is a favorite one for those who participate.  High school managers and wrestlers volunteer their time along with parents and members of the wrestling club to make the tournament a success.  This year, a scaled down version of the

All Teams Schedule: Week of Mar 08 – Mar 14

Mar 08 Girls 6th Grade Basketball vs. Attica Middle School CANCELED – Attica Middle School 6:00 pm | 1 SOFTBALL FIELD #2 – JV/JH Mar 09 Boys Middle School Swimming at Clinton Central/Tecumseh 6:00 pm | Clinton Central High Scho Mar 09 Girls Middle School Swimming at Clinton Central/Tecumseh 6:00 pm | Clinton Central High

Second-half run pushes Carroll past WeBo

VEEDERSBURG – Western Boone hung around for most of the first three quarters on Friday night against No. 11 Carroll. But after getting within six at the start of the fourth quarter, the Cougars showed why they now have 21 wins on the year. Carroll used a 17-2 run to put the game away and

6th grade girls finish season UNDEFEATED

The coaches would like to congratulate the young ladies on the 6th grade girls basketball team on an outstanding season. They were able to remain perfect throughout the year with the victory last night over Clinton Central 35-0.  The B team also played very well beating the Bulldogs 25-0.  The 6th grade ended their season

Stars defeat Hotdogs in Jr. High Wrestling

The Western Boone Jr. High wrestling team traveled to Frankfort to compete against the Hotdogs on Thursday, March 4.  It was a quick evening, despite 21 matches being wrestled.  All 21 matches ended with one of the wrestlers being pinned.  Western Boone dominated the dual meet, winning 96-12.      Kahne Reid (75) started the evening off by receiving a

Stars face Warriors in Jr. High Swimming

The junior high swim teams faced Danville on Thursday night in a challenging meet.  Both teams fell to the Warriors (girls: 119-58; boys: 122-48).  Winning for the Stars in the meet were: Lilly Maners in the 50-yard freestyle (33.75); Isaac Threlkeld in the 50-yard freestyle (28.14); and the 400-yard freestyle relay team of Maners, Lindsey Steimel, Abigail

Jr. High Swimmers defeat Hotdogs Wednesday night

The junior high swim teams had an exciting meet against the Frankfort Hot Dogs on Wednesday night, bringing home two wins (girls: 88-65; boys: 81-65).  The medley relay team of Lilly Maners, Jenna Twitty, Lindsey Steimel, and Abigail Scott kicked off the meet with a close second-place finish in a time of 2:35.69.  Starting the meet for

JH Girls finish their season at Crawfordsville

The Western Boone Lady Stars finished on a strong note defeating Crawfordsville 35-16 for their final game of the season. Ila Stokes led the way with 11 points while Jaylee Dickerson added 10 points. The Stars finished 3rd in the regular season conference play this year, looking to improve as they prepare for their 8th

JH Star swimmers face off against Tigers of Lebanon

The junior high swim teams faced the Lebanon Tigersharks on Tuesday night in a challenging meet.  Both teams were outnumbered and fell to the opponent.  The medley relay team of Abigail Scott, Jenna Twitty, Lindsey Steimel, and Lilly Maners kicked off the meet with a second-place finish in a time of 2:34.80.  The boys team of Jacob Norman,