Boone Grove Boys Junior Varsity Soccer

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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

No. 3 Canterbury ends Wolves’ Great Season

It was a series of firsts last weekend for the Boone Grove boys soccer program. Last Saturday’s win in the regional semis marked the first-ever regional win for the Wolves. Their championship later that night, was also a first. Awaiting B.G. in Saturday’s Class A South Bend St. Joseph semistate was a No. 3 ranked

Castellanos cousins play central roles for regional champ Boone Grove

Dylan and Angel Castellanos answered simultaneously when asked to describe their relationship. The “jinx” game could have been in effect. “We’re like brothers,” they said in unison. But they’re not… Click here for the full 10/19/17 Post-Tribune article written by Michael Osipoff. Photo courtesy of Michael Osipoff/Post Tribune.

Wauro a steady force for Boone Grove’s boys soccer defense

When you play defense, you see the game differently than your teammates on the front line. “If we get a shutout, it’s as good as scoring a hat trick,” Kyle Wauro said. A third-year starter in the back for Boone Grove, the level-headed junior is one of the unsung heroes on the Wolves’ first regional

Boone Grove Boys win Soccer Regional

 It wasn’t the greatest penalty kick Logan Tatalovich has ever struck, but it was certainly the most memorable. The Boone Grove junior forward didn’t get all of the ball on his decisive shot, but it trickled by Bethany Christian keeper Nick Yoder at the 79:30 mark for what proved to be the deciding goal for

PCC Soccer All-Conference Teams

The Porter County Conference has named Lauren Casbon, Brook Burbridge, Lexi Darnell, Jessica Conner, and Hannah Wojtyska  to the 2017 PCC Girls All-Conference Soccer Team.  This is Lauren’s and Jessica’s second time being honored on the PCC All-Conference team.         Max Kidd, Kyle Wauro, Logan Tatalovich, Josh Dragomer, and Branden Hill, were named to the

The Kidd is all right: Senior goalkeeper leads way for Boone Grove

Max Kidd tends to be a thoughtful sort. So Boone Grove’s goalkeeper has been coming to terms with the end of his high school career. But Kidd also has been enjoying the journey and has been doing everything in his power to extend it for as long as possible. The Wolves (12-3-1, 7-1), whose excellent

Boone Grove High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Wheeler High School 1-0

Saturday, September 16, 2017 12:00 PM Boone Grove High School AWAY 1 Wheeler High School HOME 0 Game Recap The Wolves defeated rival Wheeler on Saturday at Wheeler. Logan Tatalovich came up with the game-winning goal, and Michael Fritcher with the assist; Max Kidd had 4 saves.