Western Boone Girls Middle School Swimming

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Stars finish 2nd and 3rd at Clinton Central

On Tuesday night, the Star swim teams traveled to Clinton Central to face the Bulldogs as well as Tecumseh in a three-way meet. The girls team finished 2nd behind Clinton Central 136-116. The boys finished 3rd 124-114-53. Individual Performances: Jenna Twitty – 100 Backstroke – 2nd Place Andre Gohier – 100 Breaststroke – 2nd Place

Stars win every event to cruise by Hot Dogs

The junior high swim team had a great night against the Frankfort Hot Dogs on Wednesday. The girls team swept the meet, winning very event. The boys team came up short against the Hot Dogs. Team Scores: Girls Western Boone 121 Frankfort 61 Boys Frankfort 62 Western Boone 52 Individual Results: Jacob Norman – 100 Backstroke – 1st Place

Stieber breaks 3 school records at Crawfordsville

The junior high swimmers had their toughest contest of the season as they traveled to Crawfordsville Tuesday night. Both teams fell to the Athenians. The Stars had some highlights throughout the night despite the loss. Team Results: Girls Crawfordsville 102 Webo 83 Boys Crawfordsville 142 Webo 30 Individual Results: Jacob Norman – 100 Backstroke – 2nd Place – 1:47.72

Stars take down the Tigers in close matchup

The junior high swimmers faced the Lebanon Tigers Tuesday night. The Lady Stars picked up a close victory over the Tigers. The boys were outmatched by the Tigers. Team Results: Girls Webo 93 Lebanon 87 Boys Lebanon 135 Webo 19 Individual Results: Addie Jones – 100 Breaststroke – 1st Place Wyatt Barnett – 50 Butterfly – 2nd Place Micah

Lady Stars top the Bruins

The junior high swimmers faced Tri-West on Thursday night for their first dual meet of the season. The girls medley relay team of Ari Stieber, Addie Jones, Jenna Twitty, and Hannah Hayden won the first race of the meet to kick off an evening of great swims. Hayden, Linzy Stow, Jones, and Stieber took first

Stars finish 2nd and 3rd at Southmont

The junior high swimmers kicked off their season at a three-way meet against Northridge and Southmont middle schools on Tuesday night. The girls earned second place to Northridge by a narrow 11-point margin while the boys’ team came in third place. Top performances of the evening included Ari Stieber in the 100 IM and 400