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PCC Academic All-Conference

Congratulations to the following student-athletes who were recognized for their achievements both the classroom and on the playing field at the Porter County Conference Academic All-Conference Luncheon on May 18th at Valparaiso University: Abby Bender                     Basketball Katie Brei                         

HS Spring Athletic Awards

The High School Spring Athletic Awards Program will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2018.  Athletes participating in baseball, boys’ golf, softball, tennis, and track & field will be honored.  On this evening we will also recognize our Senior Four-Year Athletes.  Please join the teams in the following rooms at 6:00 PM: Baseball………………………………………………………… Cafeteria Boys Golf

Kouts nips Hebron, Westville bounces Boone in PCC boys tournament

“Big shot, big block. After hitting a late go-ahead basket on one end, Kouts’ Dillan Matthes denied Hebron’s Jake Friel on the other end, preserving a 47-46 victory in the opening game of the Porter County Conference tournament Wednesday…” Click here to see the full 1/18/18 NWI Times article written by Jim Peters. Featured photo

Wolf Passes

The Boone Grove Athletic Department is still offering PUNCH PASSES to make purchasing athletic passes a more logical solution for many of our teams’ fans. The WOLF PASS allows for admittance to all home PTSC athletic events (excluding tournaments, invitationals, & PCC cross country events) at a savings from gate admittance price. WOLF PASSES may be

McKay returns as Boone Grove boys basketball coach

When Matt McKay resigned as the coach at Boone Grove after the 2015-16 season, he thought it was for good. Honestly, he did. “There was no doubt I needed a break,” McKay said Friday. “It was a pretty emotional time. I’d been doing it a long time, the span of a quarter of a century.

Boone Grove Persevering

What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, so they say. An 0-20 season has exacted a toll on Boone Grove, sapping but not breaking their spirits. “Boone Grove has a basketball legacy,” said senior Brett Adler, the only player from last year’s 17-7 Porter County Conference champion team. “Coming in and not doing so much,

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

Hill to succeed McKay as Boone boys basketball coach

When Bryan Hill talks about climbing the coaching ladder, he’s not kidding. He has coached youth sports at the AAU, junior high and high school levels. “I’ve worked my way through the lower levels,” he said. “That’s where you’re still in the teaching part of the game, strategy, getting them to understand why we want

Boone Coach McKay Kisses the Wolf Goodbye

  When Matt McKay bent to the floor and kissed the Wolves logo on the court after the sectional loss to River Forest, he knew. Most everybody knew. Last week, that symbolic goodbye became official as McKay submitted his letter of resignation as Boone Grove boys basketball coach…. Click HERE for the complete article which

Boys Basketball All-Conference Announced

Four Wolves have received recognition by the Porter County Conference. Seniors David Sorrell, Austin Bills, and Evan Stewart were named to the PCC Boys Basketball All-Conference Team, and senior Ian McKay was recognized as Honorable Mention. This is the second year in a row that Sorrell has been named to the All-Conference Team. The complete