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The Boonville cheerleading team participated in the Tri-West High School Cheerleading Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 24. The varsity team placed third in their division with four teams competing. The junior varsity squad placed second out of two teams. Senior Mikayla Smith placed first out …

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Boonville High School will honor former volleyball coach Mary Cox by renaming the volleyball court in the school’s auxiliary gym, “Mary Cox Court.”

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The Boonville girls track team started the season off with a win over Central and Bosse with a score of 83-35-47. The girls had several PRs over last year’s distances and times. Taking firsts for the girls were Brandenberger, Faulkner, Willem and Barker in the 4x8 relay; Mockobee in the long…

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Many months of hard work paid off when the Castle High School Archery Team sealed first place at the 2016 Indiana NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) State Tournament in Indianapolis. More than 2,000 elementary, middle school and high school archery enthusiasts converged at the In…

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The Boonville High School girls basketball team, along with Gibson Southern’s girls basketball team, got together on a cold Thursday evening to raise awareness and money for the local Chemo Buddy chapter. Each year, the team dedicates one game during the season to cancer awareness. This year…

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Megan Ripperdan recently signed her National Letter of Intent to play softball at Wabash Valley College.

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Boonville narrowly defeated Southridge at the home game on Friday night with the score, 45-42. During the game, Ryan Nance became the third member from Boonville to score 1,000 points. The two other 1,000 point members include Bryan McKain and Ryan Helfert.

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Boonville High School’s Ryan Barry qualified for state in the 50 yard freestyle after placing second at sectionals. He is seeded 18th and is the first mens swimmer from BHS to advance to state since 1998. He broke several school records at sectionals, one being his own. He also placed third …

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Boonville boys basketball faced Vincennes Lincoln on the road. Though the Pioneers led in the first quarter, 17-10, they lost with the score 73-81. Kyler Klein scored 17 points, Ryan Nance had 16, Lane Kirkland added 15, Glen Rouch had 14 and Lane Miller scored 10. They face North Posey on F…

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In the sectional semifinal at Heritage Hills, the Lady Pioneers defeated the Patriots with a close score of 49-47, with Abbey Green leading in scoring with a career high of 19 points. The Pioneers fell to the Memorial Tigers in the sectional championship, scoring 31-64.