Western Boone Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 5 - 4
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Stars blow out Eastbrook to go back-to-back

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Nov 30, 2019 Indianapolis – As they stood on the 35 yard line, they almost couldn’t believe what had just transpired. Connor Hole, Cortez Stoudemire, Brett Wethington and Spencer Wright, four of the key senior members of the Western Boone football team just embraced one other, enjoying their final moments on a

Two-minute drill sparks Stars

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Nov 22, 2019 Looking at the final score of Friday night’s semi-state win for Western Boone, a second-quarter drive in a three-score game may not seem overly important. But Western Boone’s final drive of the first half made of the difference in the game, and led the Stars back to their second-straight

Stars win second-straight regional title

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Nov 15, 2019 DOVER — It was no secret what the Western Boone offense wanted to do on Friday night in their regional match-up with Heritage Christian. Stopping them proved to be an entirely different problem. The Stars rushed 49 times for 271 yards, jumped out to a 35-0 lead and

Stars blowout Wildcats to 3-peat

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Nov 8, 2019 Justin Pelley never wants his team to take success for granted. So after Friday night’s 56-14 sectional championship victory over South Vermillion, he stressed how the foundation for the win was set months before and the victory was the perfect culmination of months of hard work. “Our kids and

‘Focused’ Stars take down Cougars 49-7

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Nov 1, 2019 ROACHDALE — The Western Boone football team took care of business Friday night in the sectional semifinal against North Putnam. The Stars scored on their opening possession and never looked back in a 49-7 win over the Cougars. “Our guys came out focused and played well,” Western Boone head

Stars shut down Southmont in sectional opener

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Oct 25, 2019 DOVER — Western Boone head coach Justin Pelley wanted his team to set the tone Friday night. He knew that if visiting Southmont could get their running game going, they could control the clock and make things difficult on the Stars. But they never got it going. Southmont was

Stars win conference outright with big second half

By Will Willems will.willems@reporter.net – Oct 18, 2019 DOVER – The message was simple for the Western Boone football team Friday night at halftime of their game with Lebanon. Down 7-0 to the Tigers, the Stars failed to get much going in the first half offensively, with just 119 yards of offense and had two drives stall

WeBo’s o-line the difference against Danville

DANVILLE — The Western Boone offensive line lives for games like Friday night. Playing on a cold and rainy night in Danville, the Stars knew the passing game would be limited and it would come down to battle of the trenches. The Stars responded with 409 yards rushing and topped Danville 20-14. “We love games

Quick start leads Stars past Mounties

By Jeff Nelson For the Lebanon Reporter – Oct 4, 2019 NEW MARKET — A disastrous first quarter was too much for Southmont to recover from in a 56-13 Sagamore Conference loss to Western Boone. The Stars, ranked No.2 in the 2A coaches poll, scored four times in the first 10 minutes that led to the win,

Stars have no problems in Homecoming win

DOVER – The focus for the Western Boone football team was on themselves and fixing some of the issues that had plagued them over the past few weeks. The Stars did just that against a mismatched Frankfort squad, scoring on their first eight possessions and topping the Hot Dogs 56-0. “We were looking for that