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JV Bears rally to win slugfest, 15-14, over Southern Wells

Monroe Central’s JV baseball rallied from a 12-4 deficit Thursday night to defeat Southern Wells in the bottom of the 7th, 15-14. Southern Wells jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the top of the first, but the JV Bears came right back with 4 runs of their own. The Raiders added another 5-spot in

5th ranked Tigers hand MC first loss

Class 3A 5th ranked Yorktown used a 9-run fifth inning to put away a 14-2 victory over Monroe Central Wednesday. The Golden Bears trailed 2-1 after one inning and 3-2 after two innings. Yorktown had built a 5-2 lead going into the 5th when the nine-run explosion ended the game early. The Tigers used a

JH Boys races past Cowan, 85-15

Monroe Central’s junior high boys track team defeated Cowan Wednesday evening, 85-15. The Bears were led by 10 first place finishes as they improved to 1-1 on the year. 1st place finishers for the boys were: Malcolm Armour in the 110 hurdles, high jump, and long jump; Braden Case in the 100 m dash; Childress, Hancock, Morgan, and

JH Lady Bears run past Cowan, 61-39

Monroe Central’s Junior High girls ran for the 2nd night in a row and defeated Cowan, 61-39, Wednesday night. Lauren Yates came up big winning the high jump, 200 M Dash, and as a member of 4 x 100 Relay team with Hannah McCollum, Taryn Armour, and Hannah Bolton. Brooke Bolton won the 100 M Hurdles, McCollum

Bears now 5-0 after 4-way victory

Monroe Central’s boys varsity track continued to roll Tuesday night. After winning every dual meet, sweeping conference and county in 2015, the Bears improved to 5-0 after sweeping Randolph Southern, Union, and Union County. Sophomore Nick Mitchell is off t a great start and won both hurdle events, while long distance freshman runner Conner Miller

Lady Bears win 4-way; Huddleston, DiBiasio, Norris multi-event winners

Monroe Central’s varsity girls track team captured first place in a 4-way meet Tuesday night, slipping past conference and county rival Randolph Southern, 89-78. Union County scored 40 points and Union 4. Junior Katarina DiBiasio took top honors in the 100, 200, and 400 M Dashes; sophomore Aubrey Norris won the mile and two mile

Softball to host 7th ranked Yorktown Thursday

Monroe Central does have a softball team – it just hasn’t been able to get on the field much lately after cancellations with Hagerstown, Shenandoah and Cowan. But Thursday it’s back to work for the Lady Bears as they host Class 3A 7th ranked Yorktown. Looking at the early rankings, which don’t always carry a

Bears rally past Seton, now 2-0; host 5th ranked Tigers tonight

Monroe Central’s varsity baseball team jumped out early then staged an impressive comeback and defeated Seton Catholic in the bottom of the 7th inning, 5-4. The Bears jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning Tuesday only to see Seton put up a 4-spot in the top of the 4th. In the bottom

JH Girls open track season with win over Selma

Monroe Central’s girls junior high track team won 9 events Tuesday night en route to a 58-42 season-opening victory over Selma, 58-42. Individuals who took first place ribbons were Brooke Bolton in the 100 M Hurdles, Hannah McCollum in the 100 M Dash, Gabby Beckham in the 1600 M Run and 800 M Run, Lauren Yates in the 200

Boys JH track falls short at Selma

Monroe Central  Jr. High Boys lost their season opener at Selma last night, 70-30. “We lost to a tough Selma team loaded with experienced 8th graders,” said Coach Ross Braun. Caden Shumaker led the Bears with 2 first place finishes in the 110 hurdles and the 1600 meter run. Ian Terrell (100 hurdles), Carter Miller (1600),