Western Boone Boys Middle School Swimming

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Stars swimmers split with Northridge

Our Western Boone junior high swim and dive teams hosted Northridge last night.  Our girls’ team remain undefeated, winning 119-61. Our boys’ team lost a close one to Northridge, 82-75. The girls 200 yard medley relay team of Rashel Anderson, Adelaide Jones, Katherine Aliff, and Emma Mitchell placed first.  Fourth place went to the team

Star swimmers split with Lebanon

The Western Boone junior high swim teams traveled down the road to face conference rival the Lebanon Tigers. Our girls junior high swim team pulled off an exciting win against Lebanon, 94-92. In the 200 yard medley relay, the team of Rashel Anderson, Adelaide Jones, KaLeigh Stimel, and Emma Michell placed second.  Third in the

Stars split with Bruins

The Western Boone junior high swimming and diving teams hosted Tri-West for their second meet of the season.  The girls team won 124-56.  The boys team lost to Tri-West, 113-61. The 200 yard medley relay for girls was won with the team of Rashel Anderson, Adelaide Jones, Katherine Aliff, and Emma Mitchell. Third place was

Stars split season opener with Fountain Central

The WeBo junior high swim teams hosted Fountain Central for their first meet of the season. The girl’s team won their meet 141-35 while the boy’s team lost 67-82. Individual winners included: The Medley Relay team of Rashel Anderson,  Adelaide Jones, Katherine Aliff and Hannah Hayden. Emma Mitchell and Tanner Weakley were first in the

Lady Star swimmers Sagamore Conference Champs; Boys finished 5th

The Western Boone boys and girls swim teams traveled to Crawfordsville Tuesday night to compete in the Sagamore Conference meet. The boys team finished 5th to finish off their season. Everyone on the team had personal bests. The girls team was very successful as they became the Sagamore Conference Champions. The girls earned a pool,

Star swimmers sweep Mounties

The Western Boone junior high swimming and diving teams had their last meet before they gear up for the Sagamore Conference meet on Monday. The girls team defeated Lady Mounties with a score of 136-44 and the boys team also won with a score of 117-61. The diving team will be back in action Monday night

Star swimmers swept in 3-team meet

The boy’s and girl’s junior high swim team traveled to Clinton Central to take on the Bulldogs and Tecumseh in a combined mixed 3-team meet. The boy’s and girl’s finished third with a score of Clinton Central- 164, Tecumseh- 114, and the Stars 31. The swim teams will be back in action Thursday as they travel to

Webo swimmers sweep the Hot Dogs

The junior high swim teams faced the Frankfort Hot Dogs Wednesday night. The boy’s and girl’s team both won with the girl’s score being 143-43 and boy’s score being 121-50. The Stars will be back in action on Tuesday when they travel to Clinton Central to face the Bulldogs.

Star swimmers split with Crawfordsville

The Western Boone swim teams were in action Tuesday night as they traveled to Crawfordsville to take on the Athenians. The girls team defeated Crawfordsville 126-59, but our boys team lost 126-51. It was an exciting night for swimming sisters, Ella and Addie Jones and Micaela and Arianna Stieber!!!  They broke our school and Crawfordsville’s

Stars swimmers split with Tigers

The boy’s and girl’s junior high swim teams were in action Tuesday night as they faced the rival Lebanon Tigers. The boy’s team fell to the Tigers with a score of 95-69. The girl’s team defeated the Tigers 91-77. The Stars swim teams channel their focus on Northridge as they will face the Cougars on