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BG Baseball Winter Kids Camp

The Boone Grove Baseball Program is having its Winter Kids Camp for grades 4-8 on January 13th, 20th, and 27th at Boone Grove High School from 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.  For more information and the registration form, please click below:   Winter Kids Camp Form

Winter Schedules for BGMS

Here are Boone Grove Middle School’s winter athletic schedules for all sports and levels.  These are in PDF format, so they will not reflect changes made after November 27th. BGMS-Winter-Schedules-17-18

Winter Schedules for BGHS

Here are Boone Grove High School’s winter athletic schedules for all sports and levels.  These are in PDF format, so they will not reflect changes made after November 19th. BGHS Winter Schedules 17-18   .

Boone Grove takes batting practice to the next level with HitTrax

See ball, hit ball. The old school approach to batting is giving way to analytics, even at the high school level, where terms like launch angle and exit velocity are becoming part of the baseball vernacular. “It’s evolving and I think it’s going to become more dominant as time goes on,” new Boone Grove coach

Boone Grove Hires Baseball Coach

Boone Grove has hired Patrick Antone as varsity baseball coach, pending school board approval. Antone has been an assistant coach at Andrean and Chesterton. He replaces Rollie Thill, who retired from coaching after 14 years and over 300 victories at the school.

Boone Grove breezes by Knox to Semis

It wasn’t the prettiest of days nor the prettiest of wins. In the Region’s only completed baseball game on a rainy Wednesday, host Boone Grove defeated Knox 12-2 in six innings in a Class 2A Sectional matchup. The Wolves (12-8) had 11 hits and took advantage of five Redskins errors… Click here for the full

PCC Recognizes All-Conference Baseball Team

At the PCC Baseball Tournament Championship game on Tuesday, May 23rd, Boone Grove senior Teddy Truby was named to the Baseball All-Conference Team.  This is the first All-Conference nod for Truby, the Wolves’ catcher.  Fellow senior Brett Adler and freshman Austin LeMar received Honorable Mention. Congratulations! 2017 PCC All-Conference Team 1. Hunter Ryan- Hebron *2.

Boone, Bothwell bounce back to beat Morgan

Going from being a pup on a team of veterans to a veteran on a team of pups has been an adjustment for Boone Grove’s Ty Bothwell. “It’s always a learning experience when it comes to baseball,” Bothwell said. “Every year’s a new year. You have to face who leaves and who’s coming in, just

Hebron’s Everaert not perfect but good enough

PORTER TOWNSHIP — By the time it reached the fifth inning Friday and Jake Everaert had set down the first 12 Boone Grove batters, the Hebron senior was thinking about it. Can I throw back-to-back perfect games? An Austin LeMar dribbler between Everaert and first baseman Travis Patrick wasn’t fielded cleanly and went for a

Recruiting Column: College coaches pay attention to social media

As you begin participation in another athletic season, the Athletic Department of Boone Grove Middle and High Schools wants to make sure your student-athlete use utmost care when using social media.  Please portray yourself, your team, and the school corporation in a positive manner at all times. USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on

Baseball Players receive PCC Recognition

In addition to a PCC Tournament Championship, Wolves received individual conference awards on Saturday, May 21st: Chuck Kidd was named the recipient of the Curtis G. Casbon Award, the Mental Attitude award for baseball for the Porter County Conference. Four Boone Grove Baseball  players further received recognition by the Porter County Conference.  Seniors Chuck Kidd, David

Boone outlasts Hebron in PCC baseball finals

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP — It’s starting to become a theme for Boone Grove. The opposing team strikes and the Wolves promptly strike back. “We did it (Wednesday) against Washington. We’ve done it a couple times this year,” coach Rollie Thill said. “That’s the sign of a pretty good team… Click here for the 5/21/16 NWI Times article