Boone Grove Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

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Boone Grove High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Griffith Senior HS 56-25

Saturday, November 11, 2017 12:30 PM Boone Grove High School AWAY 56 Griffith Senior HS HOME 25 Game Recap Rachel Wilkening had a double-double of 15 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Wolves over the Panthers. Madie Pfister and Mackenzie Cantwell each scored 13 points, while Angela Casanova had five steals and six assists.

Boone Grove High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat vs Hebron 64-35

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 7:00 PM vs Hebron AWAY 35 Boone Grove High School HOME 64 Game Recap Maddie Pfister had 23 points to lead the Wolves (3-0, 2-0) over the Hawks (0-2, 0-1) in Porter County Conference play. Kate Pfister added 14 for Boone. Sam Molchan had 14 to lead Hebron. Courtesy of NWI

Boone Grove High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat vs Hammond HS 71-39

Saturday, November 4, 2017 1:30 PM vs Hammond HS AWAY 39 Boone Grove High School HOME 71 Game Recap Rachel Wilkening scored 18 points Saturday, leading Boone Grove to a 71-39 girls basketball win over Hammond. Madie Pfister (14) and Angela Casnova (11) were also in double figures for the Wolves (2-0). Arial Watts led

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

BGHS Student-Athletes Honored by PCC

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 16th at Valparaiso University: Brett Adler              Baseball Savanna Cain        Volleyball and Track & Field Lauren Casbon      Soccer Mike Downham      Track & Field

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