Western Boone Boys 7th Grade Baseball

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Stars fall to Tigers in season finale

The 6th/7th grade baseball team hosted Lebanon on Tuesday night. The Stars could not pull out a victory, losing 10-8. The Stars went 3-1 on the season against the Tigers. The season went well for our young Stars.  The team finished the season 8-7. Nice work fellas!

Athenians too much for the Stars

Crawfordsville outlasted our 6th/7th grade baseball team on Tuesday at Milligan Park. With the score tied at 4 after the fourth inning, the Athenians pulled away to win 11-4. Blake Miller had his best outing of the season. He struck out 7, giving up 4 earned runs in 4 2/3 innings pitched. Miller, along with

Stars win in walk-off fashion

Monday evening brought the Hotdogs of Frankfort to Webo to play our 6th/7th grade baseball team. The Stars won the game, 9-8, in the bottom of the fifth on a walk off hit by Andrew Foster. This win brings the team record to 8-5 on the season. Starting pitcher, Rowen Durbin, and reliever, Jake Johnson,

JH Baseball splits with North Putnam

A perfect Saturday morning brought North Putnum to Webo to play baseball against our 6th and 7th grade team. Although the young Stars are still improving, they struggled as a whole losing 8-1. Our pitchers had trouble finding the strike zone and our bats did not make a lot of noise. Offensively, collecting one hit

Stars struggle against the Blackhawks

The 6th/7th grade baseball team lost to the visiting Sheridan Blackhawks on Tuesday night. The Stars pitching struggled to find the strike zone, walking 12 and striking out 3 Sheridan batters. Offensively, Jake Johnson had two hits, including a double. Ryan Taylor, along with sixth graders Drew Gott and Carter Marcum, each had one hit.

Stars comeback bid falls short against the Mounties

The 6th and 7th grade baseball team played Southmont Thursday night. With both teams playing well, it was a fun game to watch. The Mounties got on the scoreboard first and lead 2-0 after one. Good pitching and defense kept the scoring to a minimum for both teams. The Stars got on the board with

Stars’ early start enough to defeat the Tigers

The 6th/7th grade baseball team won their fourth win in a row and improve to 7-2 on the season. A beautiful Tuesday night brought the Lebanon Tigers to our house to play an exciting ball game. Starting pitcher, Eli McClaine, held the Tigers in check and the Stars led 9-1 after two innings. Lebanon’s bats

Stars shut down the Hot Dogs

The Western Boone Stars shine on a chilly Saturday morning. The 6th/7th grade baseball team beat the host Frankfort Hot dogs 9-3. The game was tight through 4 innings with the Hot Dogs leading 3-2. In the top half of the fifth, the Stars exploded for 7 runs to seal the victory. Starting pitcher Blake

Young Stars’ victorious in back and forth affair with Lebanon

Our 6th and 7th grade junior high baseball team pulled out an exciting come from behind victory at Lebanon on Thursday night. Webo was up 6-2 after two innings, only to have the Tigers claw their way back to lead the game 9-7 after the 5th inning. With one out, Luke Wirey got the team

Stars score 17 runs in rout against the Gophers

Western Boone’s 6th/7th grade baseball Stars took a short trip to Clinton Prairie Tuesday night and came home with another victory.  The 17-2 victory pushes the Stars record to 4-2 on the season. Strong pitching by Owen Kiplinger and Jake Johnson led the way for the Stars. Kiplinger threw three innings giving up 2 runs on