Western Boone Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

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

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Poor 2nd quarter haunts the Stars against the Huskies

The boys JV and varsity basketball teams hosted the Hamilton Heights Huskies Saturday night. The JV team were unable to handle the pressure and athleticism of the Huskies, falling 53-30. Connor Garrity led the Stars with 8 points and Garrett Morton added 6. Some fresh faces were on the floor for the Stars as freshmen

Stars near perfect night against the Hot Dogs

The boys and girls JV basketball and boys freshmen teams were in action Thursday night. The Stars were the host for the Frankfort Hot Dogs. The JV Lady Stars and the freshmen Stars were up first on the night. The JV Lady Stars were in a scrappy contest on the night. Aggressive defense on both ends

Stars fall to Crawfordsville in JV Sugar Creek Classic Championship

The jv basketball team traveled to Southmont High School Saturday morning to play in the Sugar Creek Classic. The Stars played the North Montgomery Chargers in the first round. The Stars were in a close battle which led to an overtime finish. The Stars showed a lot of fight and resiliency after being down by

Stars struggle at Lebanon

The freshmen, boys JV, and girls JV teams traveled to Lebanon Thursday night as they faced the Tigers. The freshmen team lost a close one 39-35. The Stars were led in scoring by Evan Crowley with 9 points. Luke Barta and Damian Stout both added 6 a piece. After a slow start and trailing 13-6 to

Stars struggle in season opener

The Western Boone boys basketball teams opened their season Tuesday night as they traveled to Covington to take on the Trojans. After a slow start to the first half, the JV team found their rhythm in the 2nd half and started off their season with a 42-30 win over Covington. Marcus Stepp led the team in

Stars grind out win over Blackhawks in OT

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Feb 18, 2019 Dover — Western Boone wasn’t at their best Saturday night against Sheridan, but they found a way to win. The Stars overcame a five-point deficit in regulation, then topped the visiting Blackhawks 49-44. “We have talked about perseverance and resiliency,” Western Boone head coach Bronson Lickliter said. “This

WeBo tops Cascade by 19 on the road

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Feb 15, 2019 Clayton — Western Boone just needed to get some shots to start falling. The Stars had a slow offensive start Friday night in a road game against Cascade, but once they got going, there was little Cascade could do to stop them in a 56-37 win for the

Stars stop Sparkplugs in first game of back-to-back

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Feb 7th 2019 Dover – A well-balanced effort led Western Boone to a win over Speedway Thursday night. Stars head coach Bronson Lickliter went to his bench early after some defensive lapses in the first quarter, but it was the response to those changes that was a key part of

Stars fall to Bruins

The Varsity Boys’ Basketball team made up their game with Tri-West on the Bruins home floor on Saturday afternoon. After falling behind 8 points the first half, the Stars battled hard to take the lead 40-39 after three quarters. The Bruins took the lead and extended it to 10 in the fourth, but the Stars

Stars fall to Crawfordsville in OT

The Stars were out to avenge a loss earlier in the season to conference foe Crawfordsville last night. The Stars were down by 8 with 2 minutes to go and battled back to send the game into overtime. Unfortunately, the Stars could not hit the shots in overtime as the fell 65-74. The Stars were led