Western Boone Boys 8th Grade Football

  • Overall Record: 8 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Huckstep smashes record; again (see video)

For the second consecutive week, junior Solo Huckstep, have set a new all time school record. On Friday at Frankfort Solo broke the school record which he set just a week ago at a game vs. Tri-West. Watch the video of the historic kick:   IMG_3359

Football beats Frankfort, 31-8

The Western Boone football team knew exactly what they needed to do against Frankfort and their rush-first offense on Friday night. The key was executing — which they did. Western Boone controlled the line of scrimmage most of the night and forced four turnovers en route to a 31-8 victory over Frankfort on Friday night.

Stars come up just short, fall 21-17

By Jim Belser LIZTON – Tri-West and Western Boone met for their annual conference battle Friday night at Tri-West, both possessing impressive 3-1 records going in. In typical fashion, it was closely contested game with the victor being the one to avoid the most mistakes. Not so fast. Tri-West stumbled several times on offense with

Football defeats Mounties 23-7 to move to 3-1

By Will Willems It took about 21 hours over the course of two days, but the Western Boone football was able to finish off a victory against Southmont on Saturday afternoon. The Stars won the contest 23-7 to improve to 3-1 on the season and 1-1 in the Sagamore Conference. Southmont fell to 1-3 on

Stars fight childhood cancer

Friday night the Southmont Mounties come to town to face the Stars at 7:00 p.m. Tomorrow night’s theme of GOLD will have a special meaning. We will also have the opportunity to celebrate our student athletes and their athleticism and good health in honor of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month this September. Join the Wabash Valley

Cville outlasts Webo

By Connor Smith Saturday, September 03, 2016 12:00 PM After two close losses to start the season, Crawfordsville won their first game on Friday in exciting fashion. The Athenians haven’t beaten Western Boone since 2007 but with the help of 389 yards of total offense, they came away with the 28-27 win. “It was really

Fan Bus Friday!

Sign up on Thursday during lunch for the fan bus to the football game vs your WEBO Stars and the Crawfordsville Athenians. First 50 to sign get a spot. There will be no cost to the students. Admission to the game will be $5. Let’s pack up and head out! Go Stars!

Defense shines as WeBo stuns Harrison

By Will Willems, Lebanon Reporter Western Boone was struggling. Trailing visiting Harrison 25-7 after the opening drive of the second half, the Stars needed some things to change in a hurry. Their young defense decided to take over the game. The Stars forced four turnovers in the second half and had two defensive touchdowns and

Stars edge Blackhawks in opener

By Jack Thompson Western Boone football head coach Justin Pelley reiterated several times in his postgame interview just how young and inexperienced his 2016 squad was heading into its opener. That group took a big step in a positive direction Friday night with a fourth quarter rally to win 15-12 on the road over Sheridan

Young Stars gearing up for new season

By Will Willems   The Western Boone football team won the out-right Sagamore Conference title last season before losing to eventual state runner-up West Lafayette in the sectional. Many of the key players from that team have graduated, but that doesn’t mean that the expectations for the Stars’ have gone down. “My goals don’t change,”