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Lady Bears roll over Falcons; JV comes up short in rally

Outscoring Winchester 38-12 over the 2nd and 3rd quarters led Monroe Central to a 61-32 victory Saturday night. Four players hit double-figures and a fifth player scored nine. After building a 9-2 lead, MC found themselves on the wrong end of a 14-13 score after the first quarter. That was the Falcons last hurrah as

JV Wrestlers go 2-8 Friday night

Blackford was the host to nearly 160 junior varsity wrestlers Friday night – not in an invitational but in an opportunity to get more matches in. Monroe Central’s Cole Osgood (195) and Jackson Franklin (145) each posted 1-1 records during the night. Griffin Heckman (120), Julian Franklin (132), and Gregg Yuknavage (170) each posted 0-2

Broncos buck the Bears; JV wins

Friday night will be one Monroe Central players and fans will soon want to move on from. Sluggish play, injuries, foul trouble, and a great many unforced errors led to a 53-43 MEC opening defeat at the hands of previously winless Daleville. Coach Justin Ullom was hoping not to even play sophomore guard Israel Nash

MC wrestlers beat BRV; Driskill gets 100th win

Monroe Central wrestlers traveled to Blue River Thursday night and won 51-12. Winning for MC are Hunter Tinsman, Griffin Heckman, Tyler Jones, Lucas Muzzarelli, Sheldon Stigelman, Mason Huser, Gregg Yuknavage, Kameron Armour, and Cole Osgood. Coach Kevin Driskill reached his 100th team win tonight. The Bears move to 8-4. Monroe Central host Tri Wednesday, December 9.

New Castle hands freshmen first loss of year

The Monroe Central freshmen were in action for the third night in a row – and New Castle took advantage. The C team traveled to New Castle last night to face the Trojans in Chrysler arena. The Trojans came out hot shooting 7-of-8 from the three-point line in the first half. That quick start mixed with

Aubrey Norris Honorable Mention All-State in CC

Sophomore Aubrey Norris has been named Honorable Mention All-State in Cross Country for her effort during the 2015 season. Norris broke her own school record, previously set this fall, by finishing the Sportsplex course in 19:42.74 – her previous record was 19:58. Norris won the County title this fall, placed 6th overall at sectional, finished 8th at

Bearcats too much for Lady Bears; JV wins 28-20

Monroe Central traveled to Muncie Central Tuesday night hoping to extend their 2-game win streak. Turnovers and trouble getting the ball in the basket allowed the Bearcats to start the night with a 21-0 lead. Monroe Central outscored them the rest of the way, 32-30, but fell to 4-3 on the year with a 51-32

Bears sweep Blackford in tripleheader; Brown gets 26 and 11

Monroe Central opened a little lethargic Tuesday night holding only a 25-18 lead at halftime over Blackford. However, outscoring the young Bruins 25-5 in the 3rd quarter propelled the Bears to a 49-29 victory and a 1-1 record. “I’m proud of our guys for persevering and getting a win.  It’s not easy to be at

Frosh roll to a 42-12 win over Wes-Del; now 2-0

Monroe Central came out hot Monday night and never looked back in a 42-12 freshmen team victory over Wes-Del. After building an early 13-2 lead behind strong play from Dustin Wright, the 9th grade Bears cruised to a 2-0 start to the year. Coach Bryan Mathent said, “All the boys played very hard and it

8th grade wins 23rd straight game; 7th grade just short

Monroe Central hosted Liberty Christian in a pair of junior high games on Monday. The 7th grade, despite trailing 10-0 at one point, battled Liberty Christian to the end before coming up short, 22-16. Allie Morrison was the leading scorer with 12 points. The 8th grade game saw MC jump out to a 9-0 lead