Western Boone Boys Middle School Cross Country

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Lady Stars top Clinton Central & Lebanon

A stormy Dover night was the backdrop to the Western Boone junior high cross country teams races against Clinton Central & conference rival Lebanon on Wednesday night. The girls race was ran under an ominous dark cloud, which gave way to a temperature drop and then the Lady Stars coming out on top, with Clinton Central second and

WeBo JH Cross Country teams defeat Northridge

The Western Boone Junior High cross country teams ran in very hot and muggy conditions against Northridge Middle School on Monday night. Despite the heat, the Stars prevailed in both the girls’ and boys’ race. The boys won due to Northridge not having a complete team and the Lady Stars won outright. All runners struggled

Cross Country finishes 10th(Girls) and 14th(Boys) at Miller Rock Invite

Saturday, the Western Boone junior high cross country teams ran at their largest meet of the year with some of the toughest teams in the state. The Riverview Health Miller-Rock Invitational had 15 teams racing Saturday morning at the White River Elementary in Noblesville. The WeBo girls were 10th and the boys finished 14th. Zionsville’s Middle School

Stars finish off the Hot Dogs

The Western Boone Junior High cross country teams hosted Frankfort on a very pleasant Monday night. With temperatures more agreeable to running, the Stars shined with great times that propelled them to winning both the boys and girls races. With huge improvements in their time, many of the Lady Stars not only had personal best times,

Cross Country sweeps Speedway

Under a very hot sun, the Western Boone Junior High cross country teams ran Tuesday afternoon at the Speedway course, coming away with a day of victories. The Stars’ boys team beat the Sparkplugs 24 to 32 and the WeBo ladies won 21 to 38. The heat affected many of the runners, therefore most were not

Stars finished 4th(Girls) and 5th(Boys) at Terre Haute

The Western Boone Junior High cross country teams had a solid showing on the Lavern Gibson Championship Course at Saturday morning’s Terre Haute Savings Bank Invitation.  The Lady Stars finished 4th out of 8 complete teams, while the WeBo boys achieved 5th out of 7 complete teams – both having personal bests for the majority of

Stars open up season with 1st and 3rd finishes

A pleasant night of running was witnessed at the season opener for the Western Boone Junior High cross country teams Wednesday night, hosting conference rivals Tri-West, Crawfordsville and South Montgomery. For the boys race, Southmont came away the victor (36 points), Crawfordsville second (49 points), the Stars in third (53 points) and the Bruins in fourth

Katie Potter Named to First Team Academic All-State

Katie Potter, a senior at Western Boone Jr./Sr. High School, has been recognized as a First Team Academic All-State selection for cross country. Potter was nominated by her coach and chosen from among runners throughout the state by the Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches based on her academic achievements.  A cumulative, unweighted

Collier and Dukes at Cross Country Semi-State

Two Western Boone cross country runners competed at the IHSAA Semi-State meet at New Prairie H.S. on Saturday.  Running in unseasonably warm conditions and in a large and competitive field of 179 runners, Colton Collier and Blake Dukes represented Western Boone well.  Collier finished in 119th place in 17:49.7.  His time on the challenging New

Dukes and Collier Advance to Cross Country Semi-State

The Western Boone high school cross country team competed at the IHSAA Regional meet at the Tippecanoe Amphitheater in West Lafayette on Saturday.  It was the first time in school history that both the boys and girls teams have competed at Regionals in the same year.  The Stars’ boys team finished well in 7th place