The Boonies, set in Boone, Texas, in which five disparate high-school seniors – once childhood best friends – are united by a dead classmate's cryptic video that leads them on a twisted treasure hunt inside the haunted halls of Boone High School.
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The Boonies - David Boon - Netflix
David Clarence Boon MBE (born 29 December 1960) is a former Australian cricketer whose international playing career spanned the years 1984–1996. A right-handed batsman and a very occasional off-spin bowler, he played First-class cricket for both his home state Tasmania and English county side Durham. Known for his portly figure and distinctive moustache, Boon scored more than 7,000 runs at Test level, and made more than 100 appearances for both the Test and One Day International Australian side. After leaving the international game he went to England to captain Durham before retiring to become a national selector. On 17th of January 2018 in a match between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe during the 2017–18 Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series, David Boon officiated in his 100th ODI as a match referee and became only the 12th person to serve as a match referee in 100 One Day International cricket matches.
The Boonies - Promoted to opener - Netflix
Australia had long-standing problems finding a successful pair of opening batsmen. After Kepler Wessels quit the team in mid-summer, Boon was promoted to open with debutant Geoff Marsh for the Test series against India. He responded with his first Test century, 123 from 255 balls, in his debut in the position at Adelaide. Together with Marsh, Boon gave the Australian upper-order a stability it had not had for many years. In the third Test of the series at Sydney, he consolidated his position with an innings of 131. Despite this newly found batting solidity, Australia struggled in the series and drew all three Tests. Boon was also tried as an opener in the World Series Cup and made four half-centuries in twelve innings as Australia won the tournament for the first time in three years. On the following tour of New Zealand, Boon carried his bat for 58 not out in a total of 103 in the third Test at Auckland, which Australia lost. Boon began the 1986 tour of India with a century in the Tied Test at Chennai and averaged 65 in another drawn series. He hit his maiden ODI century, 111 from 118 balls, in the first match of the series at Jaipur.Geoff Marsh also went onto score a century.This was also the first ever instance where both the openers went onto score centuries in an ODI innings for the team although Australia lost the match. However, he suffered a setback during the 1986–87 Ashes series when he lost form and was dropped after four Tests despite scoring 103 in the first innings at Adelaide. He was also omitted from the ODI team. At this stage, Australia was achieving very little success and Boon had played in three winning teams in 23 Tests.
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