Western Boone Boys Varsity Tennis

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Stars fall to Zionsville to end their season

The Western Boone boys’ tennis team attempted to do something that has only been done once by any team in the past 30 years, knock off Zionsville in a sectional match. The Stars fell short of their goal, falling 0-5 to the #12 ranked Eagles. The match of the night went to Zach Collins at

Stars complete the regular season undefeated

The Western Boone boys tennis team competed in their last regular season match of the season with an opportunity to complete the first undefeated season in school history. The Stars were up to the task, defeating the Greencastle Tiger Cubs 4-1 to end the season 21-0! The Stars earned wins at 2S Tyler Brunty, 3S

Stars remain perfect to capture the Frankfort Invite Crown

The Stars traveled to Frankfort to participate in the Frankfort Invite on Saturday morning. The Stars were joined by the Frankfort Hot Dogs, Benton Central Bison, and Lafayette Central Catholic Knights. The Stars finished 3-0 on the day and prevailed victorious. The Stars defeated the Hot Dogs 5-0, the Bison 5-0, and the Knights 4-1. 1S Keith

Stars remain unbeaten with win over Fountain Central

The Western Boone boys tennis team ended the home portion of their schedule with a 4-1 win over the visiting Fountain Central Mustangs. This win gives the Stars an undefeated record at home for the season at 10-0.  The senior #1 doubles team of Chase Lee and Aidan Smith kept their own undefeated streak alive

Stars claim outright Sagamore Conference title

LINDEN — For the third time in four seasons, the Western Boone boys tennis team won the Sagamore Conference title. The Stars easily dispatched North Montgomery 5-0 on Monday afternoon to finish conference play 6-0 and win the outright title. “It’s great for the guys,” Western Boone head coach Dustin Cunningham said. “It goes to

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