Western Boone Girls Varsity Soccer

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

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JV Girl’s Soccer Shut Out by Tigers

The Girl’s JV Soccer team was in action Tuesday night as they traveled to Lebanon to take on the Tigers. The Lady Stars were simply outmatched as they fell to the Tigers with a score of 4-0. The Lady Stars will be in action Wednesday, 9/6, against Hamilton Heights at 5:30 pm.

Girl’s Soccer downed by Tigers

The Girl’s Soccer team was in action Tuesday night as they traveled to Lebanon to take on the Tigers. The Lady Stars played a hard fought match but the Tigers were too much for the Stars as they were shut out 3-0. The Lady Stars fall to 0-7 on the year and will be in

Stars Outmatched Against Harrison

The Stars’ girl’s soccer team was in action Monday night as they competed against the Raiders of Harrison. The Stars were simply outmatched Monday night as they fell to the Raiders 10-0. However, the Stars played with passion as they gave it there all. Coach Craig was pleased with his team’s effort last night, “For

Girls Varsity Soccer: Hamilton Heights 6 Webo 2

Girls Soccer opened up their season by hosting a strong Hamilton Heights program.  Both teams gave great effort and it was a good foundation builder moving forward.  Hamilton Heights defeated Webo 6-2.  After the loss Coach Craig said, “We have a good foundation on what we need to work on as a team. Confidence is

Stars receive Torch Bearer Award from JELCC

Congratulations to senior student-athletes, Madi Wright and Mason Mosbaugh on winning the Torch Bearer award from J. Everett Light Career Center. Wright, who plays soccer and girls basketball earned the award in the field of Health Careers. Mosbaugh who plays football earned his in the field of Computer Repair. The JELCC’s Torch-Bearer Award is JELCC’s premier character

Banner fall for Stars athletics

It has been a banner fall athletics season for the Western Boone Stars. Several teams have had successful campaigns. Champions were crowned and records fell: -Lauryn Florey set the all-time cross country school record. -The boys tennis team won it’s first outright Sagamore Conference Championship. -Girls golf qualified for their second consecutive regional. -The Girls Soccer

Back-to-back sectional titles for WeBo

When the Western Boone and Tri-West girls soccer teams met in the regular season, Tri-West was able to keep the Lady Stars at bay in a 3-0 victory for the host Bruins. But for the third-straight season, the Lady Stars showed that regular season results mean nothing when it comes to sectional time. For the

Stars upset Bruins for 2nd straight title

By Jim Belser Flyer Correspondent LIZTON – An anatomy of an upset in soccer can look something like this: Score two unlikely goals early and maintain a strictly defensive posture the rest of the way and hold on for the win. Western Boone girls’ soccer executed this exact scenario Saturday to defeat favorite Tri-West, 2-1

Girls dominate on senior night

By Will Willems The Western Boone girls soccer team made sure that the final home game for their seniors was a memorable occasion. The Stars had no problems with Frankfort on Monday afternoon, downing the visiting Hot Dogs 4-1. “We are moving the ball well right now,” Western Boone head coach Brett Craig said. “We