Western Boone Boys Freshmen Basketball

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Shamrocks drop Stars behind big second quarter

By Will Willems Westfield — For the first 8:52 of game time Tuesday night, the Western Boone boys basketball team was in a good position against Westfield. The Stars trailed just 8-6, were playing at the tempo they wanted and were getting good looks at the basket. The last 7:08 was a different story. Host

Boys Basketball Weekly Preview

Tonight the Western Boone Stars (5-13) takes on Westfield (5-13) GAME TIME: 7:30 PM ET. COACHES: J.R. Howell, 17-25 in 2nd year at Western Boone, 41-48 in 4th year overall. Shane Sumpter, 16-25 in 2nd year at Westfield. SAGARIN RATINGS: Westfield, 77.52, 82nd overall, 57th in Class 4A. Western Boone, 52.92, 315th overall, 91st in Class 3A.

Clutch free throws lead WeBo over Speedway

By Will Willems Dover — Earlier in the year, Thursday night’s game with Speedway was one that may have gotten out of hand for the Western Boone boys basketball team. But instead, the Stars showed how much they have grown. After letting a late lead slip away, Marshall Hodgen and Lucas Morton each made two

Game Tonight vs. Speedway

Come out tonight to watch your Stars boys basketball team take on the Speedway Sparkplugs at home. JV begins at 6:00 p.m. Varsity at 7:30 p.m. Boosters will be selling BBQ sandwiches. Student cheer block theme is cowboy/cowgirl.

Athenians shoot down Stars for road win

By Jeff Nelson DOVER — The defenses ruled in a Crawfordsville 52-49 Sagamore Conference win over Western Boone Thursday. There were offensive heroes, of course, but it was the stops that set the tone as the Athenians keep a hand on first place in the conference with the victory. They move to 12-4 overall and

January Athletes of the Month

Congratulations to January Athletes of the Month- sophomore’s Madison Jones and Lucas Morton. Lucas has averaged 13 points in the last five games. The last time out Lucas was 12-18 from the floor for 31 points. In that win over North Montgomery, Morton broke a school record for 3’s made in a game with seven. The

Stars get back-to-back wins in come-from-behind fashion

DOVER — In game that swung from wall to wall twice, Western Boone came from behind twice to defeat North Montgomery 60-55 in boys Sagamore Conference action. The Stars, down 27-9 early in the second quarter, came back to within three before halftime. Down 49-39 at the start of the fourth quarter, they outscored the

Lady Stars get senior night win over North Montgomery

DOVER — North Montgomery and Western Boone’s girls teams finished regular season and Sagamore Conference play Friday with a Stars Senior Night win over the Chargers. The win moves WeBo to 13-9 for the regular season and fourth place in the Sagamore with a 4-3 record, while North falls to 10-12 overall and fifth place

Chick-fil-A tomorrow night

Western Boone Education Foundation is selling Chick-fil-A sandwiches on January 27, 2017 during the game vs. North Montgomery. Stop by the table in the cafeteria and pick up an original Chick-fil-A sandwich for just $4.50. Tonight’s Chick-fil-A fundraiser is sponsored by Home National Bank. All proceeds directly benefit WeBo teachers and students with grants and

Webo stuns Hamilton Heights

ARCADIA – Hamilton Heights boys’ basketball coach Chad Ballenger warned his team after Saturday’s victory against Sheridan that you can’t allow teams to hang around for a half and expect to turn on a switch in the second half every single game. Unfortunately for the Huskies, that is exactly what happened Tuesday against Western Boone.