Western Boone Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 6 - 4
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Semifinal Preview

(A few spots remain for the fan bus). By Will Willems The three Boone County teams advanced to the sectional semifinals tonight in completely different ways. Western Boone and Lebanon, battled tough Sagamore Conference foes until the final buzzer, winning overtime thrillers to keep their season’s alive. Western Boone defeated Frankfort 64-61 in double overtime,

Sign up for fan bus now!

Come to the athletic office and sign up for the fan bus to the Sectional semifinal game vs. Lebanon at Greencastle tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. You must be signed up by 1:00 p.m. on Friday. There is a limited amount of spots, first come-first served.

Western Boone tops Frankfort in double OT thriller

By Will Willems GREENCASTLE – There were plenty of times that the Western Boone boys basketball team could have folded Wednesday night in the sectional opener against Frankfort. They saw a double-digit lead disappear seemingly in the blink of an eye in the third quarter. Then, they saw the Hot Dogs score on a miracle

Sectional Preview- tickets now on sale in athletic office

GREENCASTLE SECTIONAL Western Boone (6-16) vs. Frankfort (6-17) GAME TIME: 6:00 PM ET. COACHES: J.R. Howell, 18-28 in 2nd year at Western Boone, 42-51 in 4th year overall. Jared Catron, 26-48 in 3rd year at Frankfort. SAGARIN RATINGS: Frankfort, 62.1, 244th overall, 69th in Class 3A. Western Boone, 52.94, 315th overall, 91st in Class 3A.

Gophers spoil Stars’ senior night

Dover — Clinton Prairie showed why they have now won 20 games in the second half Friday night at Western Boone. The Gophers overcame a five-point halftime deficit and used a 9-0 run in the fourth quarter to pull away in a 68-54, ruining the Stars’ senior night. “Our guys don’t like to lose and

Senior Night Preview

A great night is planned tomorrow as the Stars face off against the Clinton Prairie on Senior Night. All winter sports senior student-athletes will be recognized. The WBEF will also be selling Chick-fil-A sandwiches. Clinton Prairie (19-3) at Western Boone (6-15) GAME TIME: 7:30 PM ET. COACHES: Jeff Henley, 36-10 in 2nd year at Clinton

Alumni Spotlight- CJ McMann

In this edition of the Webo Alumni Spotlight we catch up with CJ McMann, Class of 2013. CJ is currently in his senior year at Wabash College. CJ has been a letter winner for four years in football and basketball at Wabash College. This past season, CJ was an NCAC all-conference defensive back for the

Shamrocks drop Stars behind big second quarter

By Will Willems Westfield — For the first 8:52 of game time Tuesday night, the Western Boone boys basketball team was in a good position against Westfield. The Stars trailed just 8-6, were playing at the tempo they wanted and were getting good looks at the basket. The last 7:08 was a different story. Host

Boys Basketball Weekly Preview

Tonight the Western Boone Stars (5-13) takes on Westfield (5-13) GAME TIME: 7:30 PM ET. COACHES: J.R. Howell, 17-25 in 2nd year at Western Boone, 41-48 in 4th year overall. Shane Sumpter, 16-25 in 2nd year at Westfield. SAGARIN RATINGS: Westfield, 77.52, 82nd overall, 57th in Class 4A. Western Boone, 52.92, 315th overall, 91st in Class 3A.

Clutch free throws lead WeBo over Speedway

By Will Willems Dover — Earlier in the year, Thursday night’s game with Speedway was one that may have gotten out of hand for the Western Boone boys basketball team. But instead, the Stars showed how much they have grown. After letting a late lead slip away, Marshall Hodgen and Lucas Morton each made two