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Stars Swim Teams Split at Frankfort

The Western Boone Stars swim teams traveled to Frankfort Thursday night. The Lady Stars came away with a 98-87 victory. The boys team fell 67-93. For the girls, the Stars came away with victories in 9 of 12 events. The 200 Medley Relay team of Olivia Richardson, Lauren Jones, Macaya Himes and Regan Gubera set

Swimming Falls to the Mavericks

The Western Boone swim teams faced tough competition from a large McCutcheon squad Monday night. The girls fell behind in the last few events losing to the Mavericks 81-105. The 200 Medley relay team of Olivia Richardson, Lauren Jones, Emily Richardson and Regan Gubera took first. Individually, Jones took first place in the 200 free

Webo Swimming Downed by Bruins

The Western Boone Swim team was back in action Thursday night as they traveled to Tri-West. The girls lost a hard fought meet by a score of 87-91. The boys team fell 53-120. On the girls side, the 200 Medley Relay of Olivia Richardson, Lauren Jones, Macaya Himes and Regan Gubera took first. Jones was a

Webo Swimming Swept by Athenians

The Western Boone Girls and Boys swim teams took on Crawfordsville last night. Both teams fell to the Athenians, but had many great swims. The girl’s team lost 75-91. The boy’s team lost 43-121. On the girl’s side, Lauren Jones and Olivia Richardson had first place finishes. Jones was a multiple winner in the 500

Webo Swimming & Diving Sweeps the Chargers

The Western Boone swim team had their first home meet of the season Tuesday night. Both  teams came away with victories. The girls team won by a score of 92-77 while the boys won 83-70. On the girls side, Olivia Richardson and Lauren Jones won each of their individual events. Richardson was victorious in the

Former Star comes back to lead WeBo swimmers

DOVER — Former Western Boone swimmer, Natalie (Jarrett) Galvan loved her time as a Star. When they opportunity arose for her to take the swimming and diving job at her alma mater earlier this year, she didn’t hesitate in coming back to her old stomping grounds. Galvan said she is excited to get the season

Tigersharks sweep Stars in pool

By Will Willems Dover — Team size and depth were the keys Thursday night in the annual dual meet between Lebanon and Western Boone. The Tigersharks used the strength of their second and third swimmers to get the sweep of the Stars, winning the girls meet 96-88 and the boys meet 102-78. “It went pretty

Hall of Fame Induction

From left to right: Brian Carr- Diving Class of 1993. Rick Overfield and Jeff Pearson accepting on behalf of David McClain. Mike, Rosie, Michelle and Tim Leedy accepting on behalf of their father and husband, Howard Leedy.

Freshmen Gubera, Jones shine at SAC meet

Freshman Lauren Jones won the 100m fly and 100m breast. Her fly time broke the all-time school record. Freshman Regan Gubera also won the conference championship in diving. “It went pretty good for them,” Western Boone head coach Bob Stumph said. “I wish we didn’t have two days off because I think our times would

HOF Inductee #2- Brian Carr

For today’s installment we look at Webo’s only two-time IHSAA State Champion, Brian Carr. Athlete- Diving -Class of 2016- A Western Boone Class of 1993 graduate, Brian is the only two-time state champion in school history. He took home the IHSAA State Diving Championship in 1992 and 1993.  He was a National High School All-american those same two