Western Boone Boys Varsity Football

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WeBo makes clutch plays in fourth to top Tri-West

DOVER — Good football teams find ways to win games when they aren’t their best. So although there is plenty to work on for the Class 2A No. 4 Western Boone football team, they aren’t going to complain about Friday night’s 27-13 win over Tri-West. “We knew they weren’t going to go away, and we

Stars run past Athenians in home opener

By Jeff Nelson For the Lebanon Reporter – Sep 6, 2019 DOVER — Western Boone took out some frustrations on Crawfordsville in a 49-0 Sagamore Conference opener for both teams. The Stars, ranked No. 6 in 2A, who gave up a 21-point lead and lost last Friday, had no plans to do the same against the Athenians,

Western snaps Western Boone’s 16-game win streak

RUSSIAVILLE – Western pulled off an amazing comeback Friday night to notch the biggest win in quite a while for the Panthers. Class 2A No. 1 rated Western Boone came in as the defending state champion on a 16-game winning streak. After jumping out to a 21-0 lead and even a 41-28 fourth quarter lead

Stars blow past Blackhawks in season opener

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Aug 23, 2019 Western Boone couldn’t have asked for a much better start to the regular season. The top-ranked team in 2A, the Stars dominated in every phase of Friday night’s season opener against Sheridan, topping the Blackhawks 41-6. “It was really good on both sides of the ball and they surprised

One for the Ages

By Will Willems – will.willems@reporter.net – Nov 23, 2018 Indianapolis — Denny Pelley hadn’t really said much throughout the season. The Indiana Football Hall of Fame coach, and father of Western Boone head coach Justin Pelley, works with the Western Boone defensive line but typically stands on the periphery during games. But with Western Boone down

Next Stop: Lucas Oil Stadium

Dover – Semi-states aren’t supposed to be like this. Especially against the defending state champions. But top-ranked Western Boone dominated all phases of the game Saturday afternoon against Southridge, and will be playing for the Class 2A State Title next Friday after an emphatic 48-7 win over the Raiders. “What can you say?” Western Boone

Not Done Yet: Stars top Scecina to win regional

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Nov 9, 2018 Indianapolis – Western Boone waited 364 days for a shot at redemption against Indianapolis Scecina Memorial. When the Stars got their shot, they didn’t let it go to waste. Behind an inspired defensive performance from the defense and two second-half touchdowns from Brett Wethington, Western Boone topped Scecina

Stars go back-to-back

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Nov 2, 2018 Dover — Every sectional championship team is unique, with their own individual journey. Last year, the Stars entered the sectional title game with the weight of a 16-year sectional title drought on their backs, and overcame that to win the title. It was a different sort of pressure

Stars hold off Blue Devils, advance to sectional final

By Travis Miller For the Lebanon Reporter – Oct 26, 2018 Dover – The No. 1 rated team in Class 2A stayed alive at home on Friday night. Spencer Wright rushed for a touchdown and threw for a pair of touchdowns as Western Boone earned a hard fought 28-20 victory over Class 2A No. 6 rated

Stars cruise in sectional opener on the road

By Travis Miller For the Lebanon Reporter – Oct 19, 2018 INDIANAPOLIS – Western Boone entered this year’s Class 2A IHSAA Football State Tournament with a No. 1 ranking and the hope of equaling their state championship of 30 years ago. It basically took a single play for them to complete the first of six steps