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Bears remain undefeated, set to defend invite title on Friday

Monroe Central’s boys track team  continued their winning ways Tuesday night as they traveled to Winchester to defeat the host Falcons and the Tri Titans. The Bears won with a title of 80 points, while Winchester had a score of 57 and Tri had 18 points. Picking up wins during the meet were Nick Mitchell in

Lady Bears rally past Randolph Southern

A two-out rally in the 6th inning led to 6 runs and a conference victory for Monroe Central’s varsity softball team on Monday. The Lady Bears erased a pair of deficits to defeat Randolph Southern, 9-5. With two outs and a runner on in the sixth, Faith Cope smoked an RBI double and advanced to

HM Bears fall at Northeastern

Monroe Central, honorable mention in this weeks’ Class 2A poll, watched 7 runs cross the plate in the 2nd inning Monday night as Northeastern handed the Bears an 8-3 defeat. Northeastern took a 1-0 lead only, only to have sophomore Wyatt Snyder hit a solo shot to tie it up the in second. The bottom

JH Lady Bears sweep Wes-Del, Blackford

Monroe Central’s girl’s junior high track team edged Wes-Del, 58-57, Monday night and also defeated Blackford who ended with 11 points. Individual winners included Brooke Bolton in the 100 Hurdles; Hannah McCollum in the 100 M Dash with a Personal Record of 13.8 seconds; Gabby Beckham in the 1600; Faith Shaffer in the 400 M Dash; Lauren Yates in the

Bear golf team beats Winchester in 3-way meet

Monroe Central’s golf team hosted Jay County and Winchester Monday at Hickory Hills. The results saw the Bears card a 214 which was good enough to beat Winchester at 216. Jay County won the meet with a 172. Leading the varsity teams was Wes Taylor with a 49. Brandon Poole shot a 54 and closely behind was

JH Bears sweep Wes-Del, Blackford

Monroe Central’s junior high boy’s track team swept a three-way Monday evening. The JH Bears won with a score of 72, while Blackford scored 33 points, and Wes-Del 21. “We had a lot of blue ribbons last evening,” said coach Ross Braun.  “The night was filled with personal records (PRs) for the Bears. Their hard

Boys track team makes history with Relay championship

Monroe Central’s boy’s varsity track team made school history with the Class B victory at the Muncie Central Relays last weekend. According to Coach Preston proctor no previous Monroe Central team has ever won this prestigious invitational. The Bears won 5 championships and scored in every entered event and was the only school in either class

All Teams Schedule: Week of April 25 – May 1

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Monroe Central High School, April 25 – May 1 MONDAY April 25, 2016 4:30 PM Boys Varsity GolfWinchester/jay County @ MONROE CENTRAL SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball @ Northeastern High School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball vs. Randolph Southern High School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys

Bears split with Jets, now 7-3

After a 2-hit loss in the opener Saturday, Monroe Central rebounded with a 11-hit, 10-run effort to split a twinbill with Adams Central and halt a 2-game losing streak. After being held to 1-hit against Cowan Thursday, the Jets’ Bittner recorded 14 strikeouts and held the Bears to a pair of singles to take the

Bears win Class B title at Muncie Relays

History was made today as the Monroe Central boys track team won the Class B title at the Muncie Relays for the first time ever. It came down to the 4 x 400 relay race which the Bears won to bring home the title. Those teams in the Class B competition included Anderson Prep, Elwood, Monroe