Western Boone Boys Middle School Swimming

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Lady Stars top the Bruins

The junior high swimmers faced Tri-West on Thursday night for their first dual meet of the season. The girls medley relay team of Ari Stieber, Addie Jones, Jenna Twitty, and Hannah Hayden won the first race of the meet to kick off an evening of great swims. Hayden, Linzy Stow, Jones, and Stieber took first

Stars finish 2nd and 3rd at Southmont

The junior high swimmers kicked off their season at a three-way meet against Northridge and Southmont middle schools on Tuesday night. The girls earned second place to Northridge by a narrow 11-point margin while the boys’ team came in third place. Top performances of the evening included Ari Stieber in the 100 IM and 400

Star swimmers finish 4th in Sagamore Conference Meet

The WeBo boy’s junior high swim team may be small in numbers, but they are mighty.  The team of 8 boys placed 4th out of 8 teams at the Sagamore Conference meet Tuesday night, just three points behind the 3rd place team. The boys swam with intensity and heart. They finished with 18 best times out of 24

18 eighth graders recognized as Stars sweep Mounties

The Star swim teams recognized 18 wonderful 8th graders on the team as they faced the Southmont Mounties Thursday night. Those 8th graders include, KaLeigh Steimel, Rashel Anderson, Emma Mitchell, Hannah Kinsel, Avalynn Hankins, Gabby Glasson, Brooklyn Schiery, Lilly Wilhite, Katherine Aliff, Leelah Fettig, Elena Gubera, and Manager, Lily Sallee. The 8th grade boys include Tanner Weakley, Luke

Star swimmers finish 2nd and 3rd in 3-Team meet

Western Boone competed in a three way meet with Tecumseh and Clinton Central.  The girl’s team finished second and the boy’s team placed third. Score were: GIRLS Clinton Central 147 WeBo 102 Tecumseh 75 BOYS Clinton Central 126 Tecumseh 123 WeBo 35 Placing second in the 200 medley relay was the team of Rashel Anderson,

Fettig breaks diving record as Stars split with Danville

WeBo junior high swim and dive team competed against Danville Thursday night.  The girl’s team won 126-54.  The boy’s team lost 102-76. An exciting thing happened at our meet! Eighth grader, Leelah Fettig, showed her awesome athleticism by winning diving and breaking the Western Boone school record with a score of 148.55. Other individual winners

Star swimmers sweep the Hot Dogs

The Western Boone swim teams traveled to Frankfort last night to take on the Hot Dogs.  Both the girls and boys teams won!  The girls remain undefeated, winning 143-43.  The team of eight boys gained their first win of the season with a score of 77-40. The girl’s team placed first, second, and third in

Star swimmers split with Crawfordsville

Western Boone JH swim and dive team competed against Crawfordsville Tuesday night.  Final scores were, WeBo girls 112, Crawfordsville girls 74.  WeBo boys lost to Crawfordsville 57 to 80. Both the girl’s and boy’s 200 yard medley relay team won.  Members of those teams include Rashel Anderson, Adelaide Jones, Katherine Aliff, and Emma Mitchell.  The

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