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Lady Bears fall to 7th ranked Tri, 6th ranked Elwood

On back-to-back nights this week, Monroe Central’s honorable mention softball team faced powerhouse teams, who were both ranked in their respective polls. On Tuesday, Class A 7th ranked Tri handed the Lady Bears a 17-6 defeat. Monroe Central jumped out to a 4-0 lead; however, coach Monte Gaddis said his “went flat” in falling to

Driver slips past JH Bear track boys

Monroe Central’s young junior high boys’ track team fell just short of Driver Wednesday evening, 57-43. According to Coach Ross Braun the Bears were tied with Driver though 9 events and lost to some pretty impressive field event Hawk athletes. First place finishers for the Bears were Malcolm Armour (110 hurdles), Caden Shumaker (1600 and

Bear golf team falls to Bearcats

Monroe Central was back on their home course at Hickory Hills Wednesday night taking on Muncie Central. The Golden Bears fell by a score of 161-215. Leading the way for Monroe Central was Brandon Poole with a 50. Ross Shafer followed with a 52, while Joe Thomas turned in a 53. Wes Taylor carded a 60

JH ladies fall to Driver; Yates, 1600 relay pick up 1sts

Monroe Central’s junior high girls’ track team lost to Driver Wednesday night, 63-37. Lauren Yates picked up the lone indidivdual first place finishes in the 200 m Dash and High Jump. The other win came from the 1600 m Relay team of Hannah McCollum, Brooke Bolton, Aubrey Landis, and Hannah Bolton. Other top finishers for the Lady

DiBiasio selected Randolph County “Athlete of the Week”

Katarina DiBiasio has been selected Randolph County “Athlete of the Week” by WKBV/G1013/WZZY. DiBiasio, a junior track runner, has won 11 of 12 events in the last 3 meets. She continues to sweep top honors in the 100, 200 and 400 m dashes as well as the long jump. She has done so against Northeastern,

Haney ties HJ record; Lady Bears breeze by Burris

Freshman Miranda Haney tied the High Jump school record Tuesday evening with a height of 5′ 4 1/2″. Haney’s effort helped Monroe Central’s girls varsity track team defeat Muncie Burris, 79-39, and remain undefeated at 8-0. Katarina DiBiasio captured first place ribbons in the 100, 200, 400 and Long Jump – marking the second meet

Bears edge Burris, 62-60

The Monroe Central boys varsity track team improved to 8-0 on the year after a hard-fought victory over the Muncie Burris Owls last night, 62-60. The Bears were led by sophomore Nick Mitchell who won the 110 High Hurdles in a season best :15.5, the 300 Hurdles in another season best :42.4, and the High Jump. Both

Golf team comes up short

Tuesday night Monroe Central’s golf team was on the road to face Blackford. In the varsity match, Blackford came out on top, 189-220. The Bears were led by Ross Shafer’s 49 and Wes Taylor’s 54. Joe Thomas shot a 57, Brandon Poole teed up a 60, and Lance Dawson carded a 61. In the JV

JH Bears finish 3rd in 4-way meet; Shumaker gets lone 1st, personal best

Monroe Central’s JH track team continued improving their times and distances Monday night against West Jay, East Jay, and Union City. The Bears placed 3rd behind East Jay and Union City, while beating West Jay. 7th grader Caden Shumaker led the Bears with their lone 1st place finish in the 800 meter run and a

Brown’s bomb boosts Bears by Broncos; MC takes down 3rd ranked team

Beware 9th ranked teams! Tuesday night Monroe Central’s varsity baseball team defeated the third 9th ranked team this season in improving to 5-1. Senior Nakaya Brown yanked a home run to right field in helping Monroe Central (honorable mention) to a 7-6 win over Class 2A 9th ranked Daleville. The other two big wins came against