Boone Grove Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 4 - 1 - 1
  • Conference Record: 1 - 0

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Castellanos scores goal for Boone Grove, but Canterbury wins in OT

The wind whipped and freezing rain pelted Saturday’s Class A Kokomo Semistate as Boone Grove’s Dylan Castellanos exited the field. The senior midfielder understandably struggled with his emotions after the Wolves dropped a 3-1 overtime decision to Fort Wayne Canterbury. “It hurts — that’s the worst kind of hurt,” Castellanos said. “We left it all

Northwest Indiana Soccer All-Conference Team

Congratulations to the following Boone Grove soccer players for being named to the 2018-19 Northwest Indiana Soccer Conference All-Conference Teams! NISC Boys All-Conference NISC Girls All-Conference 1st Team 1st Team Logan Tatalovich Lexi Darnell Angel Castellanos Alivia Peters Branden Hill 2nd Team Josh Dragomer Hayley Hylek 2nd Team Honorable Mention Dylan Castellanos Tayler Farney Honorable

Boone Grove earns second straight regional title with win over Argos

Boone Grove earns second straight regional title with win over Argos Max Kidd better buy a couple lottery tickets for one of the huge jackpots that is out there right now. As Fort Wayne Canterbury celebrated its victory over the Boone Grove boys soccer team in last year’s Class 1A semistate, the former Wolves keeper

Branden Hill helping Boone Grove climb another mountain

Branden Hill is making sure he’s pulling out all the stops. So when Boone Grove received Monday off from practice, the senior defender drove with classmate Logan Tatalovich to watch the rescheduled Class A LaVille Sectional final, with the Wolves playing the winner. Boone Grove (15-3-1) faces Bremen (13-4-2) at 11 a.m. Saturday in the

Boone Grove repeats as IHSAA 1A Boys Soccer Sectional Champion

The Boone Grove Wolves won their 6th sectional title in 8 years on a Saturday night.  The team defeated Andrean by a score of 5 to 11, earning a repeat sectional championship.  Congratulations to the team and coach Sherwin!  The Wolves will face the winner of the Bremen/LaVille Sectional Championship (being played 10/8) in the Argos Regional

Kyle Wauro recieved PCC Mental Attitude Award

Congratulations to senior Kyle Wauro for being named the 2018 recipient of the Porter County Conference Mental Award for Boys Soccer! Kyle’s leadership, sportsmanship, athletic ability, and scholarship were all factors recognized by the conference’s boys soccer coaches.  Kyle is the son of Kim and Steve Wauro.  Kyle is the 1st boys soccer player from

Wolves Ride Emotional Wave to Win Over Griffith

The Boone Grove Wolves boys soccer team (1-1-1) took a 3-2 victory over the Griffith Panthers (2-2). Being two of the top teams in the NWISC (Northwest Indiana Soccer Conference), both teams came in with an emotional chip on their shoulder. Early in the first half, Logan Tatalovich scored the first a goal assisted by

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     Track & Field Eric Buth     Track & Field Logan Dixon     Volleyball Katelynn Downham     Basketball and Softball

Coach Sherwin named Post-Trib Boys Soccer Coach of the Year

Brian Sherwin has been around long enough to understand nothing is guaranteed. An unfortunate bounce here, an unlucky break there, and even a talented team can be derailed. So Sherwin especially appreciates what Boone Grove accomplished in his 19th season. Foremost among those achievements was the Wolves breaking through for the program’s first regional championship.

NWISC Announces All-Conference Teams

The Northwest Indiana Soccer Conference (NWISC) has announce it’s 2017 All-Conference Teams.  Rounding out the boys’ team – Boone Grove’s Max Kidd, Kyle Wauro, Logan Tatalovich, and Angel Castellanos are 1st Team honorees;  Branden Hill and Dylan Castellanos were named 2nd Team; and Josh Dragomer received Honorable Mention.  For the Lady Wolves, Lauren Casbon and