Western Boone Boys Varsity Tennis

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Stars remain unbeaten with win over Rossville

The Western Boone tennis team traveled to Rossville to take on the Hornets Tuesday night. Knowing they would have a short week in terms of match play, the Stars were all business as they secured 3 quick match points to remain undefeated. WeBo will have the rest of the week for practice before taking on

Stars shut out Athenians

The Western Boone boys tennis team traveled to Crawfordsville on Thursday for another conference matchup. On an extremely hot evening, the Stars came out firing and never looked back. The Stars took the match 5-0 with straight set victories across the board. Varsity 5-0 1S Keith Dobbs vs Austin Motz (10) 6-3, 6-2 2S Tyler

Stars stay unbeaten in win over Hamilton Heights

The Western Boone Boys’ Team hosted the Hamilton Heights Huskies for Senior Night on another hot and humid Indiana evening and came away with a well earned 4-1 victory.  The Stars celebrated the careers of their two seniors, Chase Lee and Aidan Smith.  The 1 Doubles team remained undefeated on the season with a 6-2,

Stars shut out Danville to stay perfect

The Western Boone Boys’ Tennis Team remained undefeated on the season after an impressive 5-0 victory over the visiting Danville Warriors.  Near 90 degree temperatures could not stop the Stars from continuing their hot streak to start the season  Every varsity match ended in straight sets. Tyler Brunty, Chase Lee/Aidan Smith, and Harrison Fields/Kaden Landers

Stars stun Tigers to stay unbeaten

DOVER — All eyes were on the two doubles courts Thursday evening at Western Boone. The host Stars were battling rival Lebanon, with the winner being in the drivers seat and the front-runner to win the Sagamore Conference title. The Tigers won two of the three singles matches, so the Stars would have to win

WeBo Tennis remains unbeaten

The Western Boone tennis team traveled to Frankfort Tuesday evening for their second conference matchup of the season. All of the matches ended in straight sets in favor of the Stars. At 1S, Keith Dobbs took down Noah Wilder (12) 6-0, 6-1. 2S Tyler Brunty defeated Jim Ostler (11) 6-0, 6-0. At 3S, Zach Collins

Stars win Western Boone Invitational

After being rained out two separate times last year, the Western Boone Invitational is back after a one year hiatus. A pair of new teams graced the Western Boone courts as Covington and Lawrence Central replaced Fountain Central and Franklin County. The two teams were joined by Southmont and the host Stars. Your Stars overcame

Brunty delivers for Stars

DOVER – All eyes were on Western Boone’s Tyler Brunty and McCutcheon’s John Shambaugh on Thursday afternoon. With the team score tied a 2, the result of their match at No. 2 singles would decide who would win the non-conference match between the two school. In the end, it was Brunty who delivered for the

Stars continue their winning ways at Southmont

The Western Boone Boys’ Tennis Team traveled to Mountie country for their first conference match of the year.  The Stars prevailed 3-2 behind a pair of victories from their doubles’ teams and a victory by Tyler Brunty at 2 singles.  The first point of the night came from seniors Chase Lee and Aidan Smith.  The

Tennis completes perfect week with win over Pike

The Western Boone Boys’ Tennis Team opened their first week of the season undefeated after defeating the Pike Red Devils 3-2 on Saturday. The Stars jumped out to an early 2-0 lead with straight-set victories by both their doubles teams. The Red Devils bounced back by winning two close matches at 2 and 3 singles.