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Bears roll over APA, now 7-1

Monroe Central tied a school record for wins in a season, which they set a year ago, with 7. The Bears defeated Anderson Preparatory Academy last night, 51-15. The win puts them at 7-1 as they have scored 101 points in the last 2 games. APA took the 3-0 lead on a 45 yard field

8th grade VolleyBears crowned invite champs; now 17-1

Monroe Central’s 8th grade cruised through the MC Invitational today sweeping Southern Wells, Connersville, and Driver in 2 games each. The win improved the team to 17-1 and they have won 15 straight matches going into the final week where they hope to capture the Randolph County title next Saturday and could finish the year with

JH CC teams sweep meet; Shumaker takes 1st

Monroe Central’s junior high cross team added to their list of accomplishments Thursday by sweeping West Jay and Muncie North. Caden Shumaker took first place in a time of 11:05 to pace the boys, while Carter Miller was 3rd in 11:23 and Tucker Burris 4th in 11:33. Rounding out the top 7 for MC were

Lady Bears bounce back against Blue River

Monroe Central, ranked 10th in one poll and 13th in another, bounced back from defeat Thursday night to beat the Blue River Valley Vikings in 4 games by scores of 25-20, 20-25, 25-10, and 25-20. Daleville snapped the Lady Bears 9-game win streak the night before. MC now sits at 22-6 on the year. Junior

Jr High Volleyball Results: MC vs Eastern Hancock

We faced Eastern Hancock last night. 7th lost a tough battle in two. Stats: Makenzie Thurman 2 kills, 4 aces, 9 digs Caroline Hiatt 11 kills, 2 aces, 1 dig Emma Formanek 2 aces, 4 digs 8th won in two Stats: Brooke Bolton 6 digs, 1 ace Emalyn Watson 5 assists, 2 aces We host

MEC Cross Country Results

The girls and boys cross country teams participated in the Mid-Eastern Conference Meet last night at Blue River High School. The places for each MC Lady Golden Bear Runner were: Aubrey Norris, 5th overall, 22:49.6 and all-conference.  Kaylie Johnston, 9th overall, 23:53.1 and all conference.  Abrea Gaddis, 14th overall, 24:50.8.  Adriahn Hindlsey, 21st overall, 26:24.3.

8th grade ladies now 13-1

Last night the JH volleyball teams traveled to East Jay. The 7th grade lost in two Stats: Emma Formanek 1 ace, 1 dig Mackenzie Thurman 1 kill, 1 ace, 1 dig 8th grade won in two Stats: Mabrey Buis 2 kills, 8 assists, 4 aces, 2 digs Elizabeth McGuinness 7 kills, 1 ace, 1 dig, 1

Ranked Lady Bears down Southern on Sr Night

The Lady Bears, ranked 10th in one poll and 13th in another, won their senior night match last night over Randolph Southern, by scores of 25-2, 25-11 and 25-14. Highlighting the night was senior Lauren Greer’s first appearance of the year and Emmarae Roberts’ getting 23 service points in a row. MC is now 21-5. Katarina

Writtenhouse selected Athlete of the Week

Sophomore Tyler Written house was just selected Athlete of the Week by Joel Brantingham, Sports Director at WKBV / G1013 / WZZY. Writtenhouse had 293 yards rushing on 17 carries and scored three touchdowns in a 42-6 win over Wes-Del. The sophomore back has 713 yards, averaging 118.8 per game. That puts him third among

Norris sets record in win; Boys win County for 7th straight time

The Monroe Central girls and boys cross country teams participated in the Randolph County championship meet last night at home. The girls placed 3rd out of 4 teams with a score of 66. Sophomore Aubrey Norris set the school record by winning the girls race in a time of 19:58.9. Kaylie Johnston just missed making