Western Boone Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 2 - 10 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Stars fall to Bethesda Christian

The boys varsity soccer team traveled to Brownsburg Tuesday night to take on the Bethesta Christian Patriots. The Patriot offense opened up the score 20 minutes into the game, several minutes later the Stars responded when Jaden Ross scored on a mishandled ball by the Patriot goalkeeper.  The final score was 4-1. The Stars are

Stars outmatched by Hot Dogs

The boys soccer team traveled to Frankfort Monday night to take on the Hot Dogs. The JV soccer team fell to the Hot Dogs Monday night with a final score 5-1. The Hot Dogs opened the score at the 8th minute from a direct kick and followed with a second goal on a break away. The Stars

Stars outmatched by Sparkplugs

The boys’ soccer team hosted the Speedway Sparkplugs Tuesday night on the new turf field. Speedway took the lead at the 10 minute mark and dominated most of the first half with the score 3-0. The Stars started the second half in search of their first goal and were awarded a penalty kick when Nik

Stars end 19-game losing streak in 2-1 win over Rossville

DOVER — Coming into the season, Western Boone boys soccer coach Freddy Argotte stressed the importance of his team rediscovering the feeling of winning as they started to take steps forward as a program. Coming into this season, the Stars had lost 18-straight games, and that streak became 19 with a season-opening loss to Crawfordsville.

Thank You to our 3-Sport Athletes

Thank You to our 3-Sport Athletes for the 2018-19 School Year.  Their dedication and effort across our athletic programs are a foundation of our success. Anaiha Baxter, Audrey Knoper, Brett Wethington, Caleb Freeman, Casey Baird, Connor Garrity, Connor Hole, Cortez Stoudemire, Dane Williamson, Dominic Mickschl, Emily Richardson, Ester Pasolli, Hillary Reed, Jacob Parsons, Jaden Bailey, Jake Jones, Jenna

Boy’s Soccer downed by Hornets

The boy’s soccer team traveled to Rossville Tuesday night to take on the Hornets. The Stars, looking for their first win of the season, struggled on the defensive end in the first half. The Hornets scored on five separate occasions to take a 5-0 lead going into the break. The Stars found the net early in

Crawfordsville ends WeBo’s season in PKs again

Lebanon – For the third-straight meeting, and second-straight in a sectional, the Western Boone and Crawfordsville boys soccer teams needed penalty kicks to decide their match up. Unfortunately for the Stars, the third time was not the charm as the Athenians topped them 4-3 (5-4 on PKS) to end their season. Western Boone trailed 3-0

Boy’s Soccer Competes in Covington Invite

The boy’s soccer team traveled to Covington to compete in the Covington Invite. The Stars faced Faith Christian. The Stars fought hard but fell to Faith Christian 3-2. The Stars are now 4-10-2 as they head into Sectionals. They will travel to Lebanon on Tuesday to compete in the first round of Sectionals.

Boy’s Soccer Downs the Mounties

Thursday night the boy’s varsity soccer team traveled to Southmont to take on the Mounties. The Stars came out on fire as they found the net on three separate occasions to take a 3-0 lead into the break. The Stars remained solid as they were even with the Mounties in the second half with both

Boy’s Soccer Senior Night

The boy’s varsity and junior varsity teams were in action Tuesday night as they recognized their seniors for “Senior Night”. The Stars took on the Bruins of Tri-West as they are starting to close out their season. Tri-West scored early in first half. The second goal came from a free kick very late in first half.