Boone Grove Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 3 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Fall Athletic Awards Ceremonies

Each fall sport will hold its own end-of-season awards ceremony this year.  All athletes are expected to attend their team’s event, and should let their coach know if they are unable to attend. Girls Volleyball:  November 12th at 6:00 PM at Tony’s Place, Valparaiso Boys & Girls Cross Country:    November 13th at 5:00 PM in

IHSAA 2A Football Sectional #33

The 46th Annual IHSAA Football State Tournament presented by the Indianapolis Colts is set to begin Oct. 19 with first round games in all classes except 6A which has the week off. Sectional semifinal games will be played on Oct. 26, sectional championship games on Nov. 2, regionals on Nov. 9, semi‐states on Nov. 16

Paul leads a confident Boone Grove offense

Things came together Friday night for the Boone Grove offense. The Wolves have lit up the scoreboard all season, scoring at least 40 points five times. But the long, methodical drives senior quarterback Dylan Paul led in the first half of the 35-14 win over Wheeler are what coach Dan Kukulski said the offense was designed to

Boone Grove controls time of possession in win over Wheeler

Big picture: Boone Grove’s first possession lasted almost as long as the bus ride to Wheeler on Friday night. The Wolves ate up almost the entire first quarter with a 75-yard drive that took nearly 11 minutes off the clock. Senior quarterback Dylan Paul capped it with a 1-yard touchdown run. “We’ve been trying to develop

Boone Grove Football defeats Hanover Central 41 – 26

Big picture: Buoyed by an impressive run game, Times No. 4 Boone Grove went up 28-6 in the first half and survived a valiant second-half comeback effort by No. 10 Hanover Central to earn a 41-26 win. Boone Grove improved to 4-1 on Friday night at the Wildcats Den and spoiled Hanover’s homecoming. Turning point:

Monsoor Adisa scores on pair of TD runs as Boone Grove edges Hanover

Last season, a novice with a road map in his hand was running the football in a JV game at Morton. He was a junior, too. His chances for success seemed slim as he ran the ball so upright that he looked like a rake stuck in the ground. But Monsoor Adisa showed signs of

Boone, Whiting look to repeat 2017 flash-point game

It was a turning point for both sides when Boone Grove and Whiting met last season. The Wolves’ 19-12 win was the first time Boone Grove beat the Oilers in six meetings. Boone Grove was 0-2 at the time and the victory spurred it to win seven of the next eight games. “After beating Whiting