Western Boone Girls Varsity Swimming

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Lady Star swimmers finish 6th at Sectionals

The Western Boone Lady Stars finished their season on Saturday competing at Sectionals by placing 6th out of 12 teams. There were lifetime best swims across the board for the girls. Most notably, Regan Gubera will be moving on to regionals with her spectacular performance in the 11 dive meet. She set a new school

Tiger Sharks down the Stars

It was senior night last night at the Webo Natatorium. The Stars were taking on the rival Tigersharks. The girl’s team lost by a score of 82 to 97. The boy’s team fell 58 to 114. Winners for the Stars were: the boys 200 medley relay team and 400 freestyle relay of Josh Wright, Keagan

Wilhite crowned Conference Champion

The Stars swim teams competed in the conference finals Monday night. Both teams finished in 7th place. Top 8 finishers for the Stars were: the girls 200 medley relay team of Micaela Steiber, Lauren Jones, Ella Jones and Regan Gubera placing 3rd. The boys 200 medley relay team of Josh Wright, Keagan Wilhite, Deetz Holdorf

Star swimmers fall to Southmont

The Star swim teams traveled to Southmont on Thursday evening. Both teams fell to the Mounties with scores of 59-188(Girls) and 51-107(Boys). Winners for the Stars were: Keagan Wilhite in the 50 free and 100 free, Josh Wright in the 200 IM, and Regan Gubera in diving. The Stars will travel to Crawfordsville Saturday for

Gubera, Mahin shine at Conference

The Western Boone divers competed at the Sagamore Conference finals on Wednesday night. It was a back and forth battle for first place for Junior Regan Gubera. Her final dive of the evening pushed her to the top winning by 8 points with a score of 350.25. Jenna Mahin secured 3rd place with a score

Stars mix it up in dual with Brebeuf

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Jan. 15th, 2019 Dover — With the conference meet moved back a week due to the weather, it was a perfect time for the Western Boone swimming and diving teams to mix things up. So while Brebeuf won the girls meet 107-66 and the boys meet 95-65 against the Stars,

Girls Team Wins Attica Relay; Boys Team Finishes Second

The WeBo swim and dive teams traveled to Attica High School on Saturday to compete in the Attica Relays. The girls team took top honors bringing home the trophy, beating second place South Vermillion by 8 points. The boys team had a good outing as well as they placed 2nd on the day. The Stars

Stars Swimming falls to Twin Lakes

The WeBo Stars swim team traveled to Twin Lakes on Thursday night. Both teams lost close meets with the girls losing by a score of 101-84 and the boys losing 91-83. Winners for the Stars were the 200 free relay of Micaela Steiber, Ella Jones, Regan Gubera and Lauren Jones and the boys team of

Stars swimming falls to Danville

The Webo Stars swim team traveled to Danville Tuesday night to take on the Warriors. The Stars fell to a strong Danville team by scores of 113-67 for the girls team and 122-47 for the boys team. Winners for the Stars include: Lauren Jones in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, Micaela Steiber in the

Star swimmers down Frankfort

The Webo Star swimmers took on Frankfort Thursday night. The girls team won 113-70 while the boys claimed their first victory 89-62. The girls won 8 of 12 events including the 200 medley relay team of of Micaela Steiber, Regan Gubera, MaKenna Steimel and Molly Himes. Erin Aliff took first in the 200 IM. Steiber