Western Boone Boys 6th Grade Basketball

  • Overall Record: 4 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Slow start haunts the Stars

The 6th grade A and B teams hosted the Clinton Prairie Gophers Monday night. The A team dug themselves a big hole at the beginning of the game. The Stars struggled with the Gopher press, putting themselves down 20, early in the second quarter. The Stars reserves, Cole Zartman, Dylan Sheets, Brennan Kopriva brought some

Stars sweep the Bulldogs

The 6th grade A and B teams were in action Thursday night. The Stars were the host to the Clinton Central Bulldogs. The A team had a successful night as they defeated the Bulldogs 44-24. Tristyn Faulk played his best game of the season scoring 14 points. Luke LaGrange scored 8 with some nice assists

Early Struggles Haunt the Stars

The 6th grade boys basketball teams traveled to Lebanon Tuesday night to face the Tigers. The A team fell to the Tigers 42-24. The Stars dug themselves a hole early on and struggled to catch up throughout the night. The B team fell to the Tigers as well 28-17. Malaki Christy, Jaden Latham, and Jake

Stars cruise by Hot Dogs

The 6th grade A and B teams travelled to Frankfort Monday night as they took on the Hot Dogs. The A team displayed some great team defense that turned into instant offense throughout the night. The Stars were too much for Frankfort to handle, leading to a 47-11 win. Leading for the Stars were Luke

Stars come up short to Crawfordsville

The 6th grade Stars traveled to Crawfordsville Thursday night to take on the Athenians. The Stars fell to the Athenians 31-26. The Stars were led offensively by Dylan Sheets. Jake Smith also turned in an all around effort game before fouling out in the 3rd quarter. The B team played an exciting game, but Crawfordsville pulled away late

Stars fall to Northridge in season opener

The 6th grade boys basketball team traveled to Northridge Middle School Thursday night as they opened their season up. The A team lost to Northridge 30-22. The Stars overcame a very slow start to make it interesting in the end. Tristyn Faulk, Layton Yancey and Luke LaGrange led the Stars on offense with 6 points