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Congratulations to the All Metro Award Winners for 2018-2019 Sports

Congratulations to the 45 Student-Athletes who were acknowledged by their conferences as being outstanding athletes. These athletes were given First Team All-Metro for their sports. They worked hard all season and that was obvious to the other teams. Congratulations to you all! Complete list of winners are below. Boone H.S. All-Metro Selections 2018-19 Softball – Ashley

Congratulations To The Winter Metro Nominees

Boone Athletics would like to congratulate the following winter athletes on their outstanding performances in their respective sports. Seven Braves received recognition from fellow teams and coach in the East Metro Conference division. Winter sports include wrestling, basketball, soccer, competitive cheer and girls weightlifting.   In wrestling, Lucas Moncrief, Noel Soto and Daniel Kelley all

Boys Wrestling Competed in the Regional Finals and Sends Two to States

With only 6 wrestlers making it to regionals Boone placed 8th out of 36 teams. The two student-athletes below will continue on to the State Tournament! Congrats to the 6 athletes and the 2 moving forward! Lucas Moncrief Placed 2nd, He is now 47-9. Noel Soto Placed 3rd, and he is now 36-5.

Boys Wrestling Results from Weekend Tournament

Team placed 5th overall out of 25 teams.   Joey Lyttle 2nd place @106 lbs Daniel Kelley 3rd place @ 285 lbs Lucas Moncrief 5th place @ 132 lbs Noel Soto 5th place @ 138 lbs  

Weekend Wrestling Results from Duals

Congratulations to all of the wrestlers that participated in the weekend tournament. The team had lots of success in the weekend. Check out the results below! Varsity @ East River HS Finished 3rd Place Dual Record 2-2 Wrestlers: Joey Lyttle: 4-0 Kai Hymes: 2-2 Lucas Moncrief: 3-1 Noel Soto: 4-0 Jonnie Dassie: 3-1 Collins Boley:

Bradshaw Takes 3rd Place Finish At Wrestling State Championships

Senior Jayden Bradshaw fought back from a first-round defeat to bring home a third place finish at the state wrestling championships last weekend. Noel Soto and Andrew Fletcher also qualified for the championships after moving on from the regional competition. Jayden finishes his career with some outstanding statistics: 149-42 career record 2018 district champions 2017