Western Boone Boys Junior Varsity Football

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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 unbeaten in conference; crowned conference champs

The Western Boone jv football team were in action Saturday, October 13th, against the Lebanon Tigers. The Stars look to finish the season unbeaten in the conference and to go 8-1 on the year. It was a back and forth game as both teams were held scoreless going into the break. The Stars came out

Stars dominant against Frankfort

Following Friday’s 57-0 victory over the Hot Dogs, the Stars’ JV team looked to complete the sweep on Saturday morning as they faced Frankfort. The Stars started off right where the varsity team left off the night before, as they tallied three separate scores in the first five minutes of action. Connor Garrity was guilty

JV Football falls to Pioneer

Saturday morning, the JV football team hosted Pioneer. The Stars scored first with a touchdown run by Caleb Irion. Pioneer responded by scoring 20 unanswered points to make it a 20-6 deficit for the Stars going into halftime. The Stats comeback bid came up short as Pioneer tops the Stars 28-18. The Stars showed a lot

Slow start doesn’t phase Stars as they defeat Harrison

The JV football team traveled to Lafayette to take on the Harrison Raiders. The Stars started off slow as they went into halftime trailing the Raiders 6-0. The Stars offense came to life in the second half as they scored on three separate occasions. Connor Garrity started the scoring in the second half with a

Stars down the Blackhawks

Last night, the jv football team faced the Sheridan Blackhawks as they opened up their season. It was a slow start, but with a one handed catch and touchdown run by Casey Baird to open up the scoring. The Stars’ defense was lights out as Reece Durbin forces a fumble, while Austin Bowman returns it