Western Boone Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 7 - 16 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Stars fall in sectional opener to Tiger Cubs

Lebanon — The Western Boone boys basketball team struggled to find their shot early in their Sectional 25 opener against Greencastle. In the end, that is what hurt the Stars, as they dug too big of a hole to escape from in a 43-20 loss to the Tiger Cubs. “They came out and shot 55

Gophers edge Stars in final seconds

MANSON — It was a sectional-like atmosphere at Clinton Prairie on Friday night when Western Boone traveled into Clinton County for the regular-season finale. The Stars did a lot of good things in their final game before the sectional, but lost a 52-51 contest on Collin Stroup free throw with 2.6 seconds left. “Our guys

Stars fall short in double OT thriller

The boys basketball teams traveled to Sheridan to take on the Blackhawks Saturday evening. The JV team battled with a tough Blackhawks team as they went into the half with a 3 point lead 19-16. The Stars pulled away in the fourth quarter as they won 41-32. Jake Jones and Adam Pratt led the Stars

Stars downed by Cadets on Senior Night

The boy’s basketball teams were in action on Friday night as they took on Cascade on Senior Night. The JV team played well and won convincingly 62-47. The Stars were led by Jake Jones and Caleb Freeman as they combined for 33 points. The varsity team struggled to defend in the interior as the Cadets

Stars basketball swept by Shamrocks

The boy’s JV and Varsity teams hosted the Westfield Shamrocks Tuesday night. The JV team fell to the Shamrocks 45-32. The Stars struggled offensively and could never get the deficit into single digits in the second half. Jake Jones led the Stars with 9 points, while Brett Wethington added 7 points. The Varsity team struggled on

Sparkplugs hand Stars nine-point loss

Speedway – It is tough to come from behind on the road. The Western Boone boys basketball team has found that out the hard way this week. Two days after falling behind by double digits and not being able to come back at Frankfort, a similar problem hurt the Stars at Speedway. Western Boone fell

Slow start haunts the Stars

It was a slow start that did the most damage last night as the boy’s varsity basketball team traveled to Frankfort to take on the Hot Dogs. The Stars failed to have a good start as the Hot Dogs jumped out to a 7-2 lead to start the game. The Stars got back in the

Stars’ 4th quarter too much for the Athenians

The varsity and jv boys basketball teams traveled to Crawfordsville last night for a Sagamore Conference match up. The jv team struggled through the first 3 quarters trailing 32-17. The Stars turned up the defensive intensity and took the lead late in the fourth quarter only to fall short 35-38. They moved the ball well

WeBo starts quick, holds off North Montgomery

Linden – The Western Boone boys basketball team had played too well for three quarters to let it all slip away. After building a double-digit lead in the first quarter, and maintaining it into the fourth, the Stars saw host North Montgomery cut the once 14-point deficit to one midway through the fourth quarter. But

Slow start haunts the Stars against Greencastle

The boy’s varsity team looked to bounce back from their tough loss against Danville the night before as they host Greencastle. The Stars started off slow as the Tiger Cubs jumped out to an 8-0 lead to start off the game. For the rest of the game, the Stars were playing from behind. They tried