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Nash has 3rd best scoring quarter in Indiana history

Sophomore Israel Nash had the quarter of a life last Saturday night. Nash went off for 28 points in the 4th quarter on the road against 4th ranked Shenandoah which Monroe Central has now learned was the 3rd best effort in the history of Indiana high school basketball. He was 4-for-5 from three-point range, 6-for-7

MEC title on the line tonight at MC as Wapahani visits

Tonight at Monroe Central the Mid-Eastern Conference girls basketball title will be on the line. Wapahani at 6-0 in the MEC and 16-3 overall will face the Lady Bears who are 4-0 in the MEC and 13-6 overall. Mikaela McGrath will be recognized before the varsity game for setting a new career scoring record at

JH Wrestlers battle Union City, Yorktown

Tuesday night the Monroe Central Junior High Wrestlers competed in a triple-dual against Union City and Yorktown. The JH Bears fell to UC by a 37-31 count and lost a close one to Yorktown 48-42 with the deciding 6 points coming from a forfeit. In the Union City match Zach Nuckols, Jonah Jones, and Hunter

8th grade ladies roll over Delta, 56-31

Monroe Central’s 8th grade girls stepped up Tuesday night at Delta and defeated one of their biggest challengers from a year ago. The Lady Bears rolled to a 56-31 victory. Hannah Bolton scored 14 points as MC improved to 12-1. The 7th grade came up short at Delta falling by a score of 30-12. Riley

7th grade Bears continue to roll with win over Knights

Monroe Central’s 7th grade continued their hot streak with a victory overĀ a very talented Northeastern basketball team, 33-24. “This was done so by a great team effort and hard work on both ends of the court,” said Coach Kevin Patterson. Caden Shumaker added four three-point shots and finished with 17 points. Monroe Central’s 8th grade

8th grade beats Blackford; wins East Jay title

Monroe Central’s 8th grade had a solid week beating a good Blackford team on Monday, and winning the East Jay Tournament title Saturday. The 8th grade Bears started the week with a solid win over a good Blackford team, 34-26. “It was a great win for us,” said Coach Ryan Braun. Colton Bradley scored 21

7th grade Bears cap 4-0 week with tourney title

Monroe Central’s 7th grade boys capped a perfect week Saturday by winning the East Jay Invitational. The 7th grade Bears defeated West Jay in the semi-final game, 29-22, then advanced to the championship where they defeated host East Jay, 32-19. Bryce Deckman, Caden Shumaker and Landon Patterson were the leaders for the day, according to

McGrath sets career scoring record in Lady Bear win

Monroe Central jumped out in front early Saturday night and never looked back en route to a 51-29 victory over Shenandoah. The 13th regular season win ties the most for the Lady Bears since 2009-10. A milestone was reached by senior Mikaela McGrath at the 3:16 mark in the first quarter, as she broke the

Bears rally falls short of 4th ranked Raiders, 66-58

Class 2A 4th ranked Shenandoah couldn’t do much wrong Saturday night in the first half against the Bears. The Raiders shot 56 percent from the field, 50 percent from three-point range, and only committed three turnovers. Combine that with 31 percent shooting from the Bears and nine turnovers and the Raiders were on top 32-15

Clay leads JV Bears to win with 19 points

Monroe Central’s junior varsity had a big offensive night to defeat Shenandoah Saturday night, 57-51. After trailing the JV Raiders 11-10 after one quarter, MC pulled out in front 23-21 by halftime. MC put 17 points up in each of the 3rd and 4th quarters to gain the win, Jalen Clay hit 6-of-6 free throws,