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Boys place 8th at regional; Miller & Norris advance to semi-state

Freshman Conner Miller and sophomore Aubrey Norris will represent Monroe Central at the New Haven Cross Country Semi-State this weekend. Norris broken her own school record, previously set this fall, by finishing the Sportsplex course in 19:42.74 – her previous record was 19:58. Norris finished 8th at the regional to advance. Seniors Abreana Gaddis and

Bears fall at Shenandoah; prepare for post-season

Turnovers got the best of Monroe Central Friday night as they dropped their season finale 32-14. MC fumbled their first snap from scrimmage setting up a 30-yard TD pass and putting the Raiders up 8-0. A long drive by the Bears was capped a short scoring run by Jansen Blevins, who also added the 2-point

Jr High Volleyball wins against Randolph Southern

Both 7th and 8th swept Randolph Southern last evening. 7th: 25-9, 25-13 Stats: Emma Formanek 1 ace, 2 digs Alivia Hart 2 digs Natalie Miller 2 kills, 1 assist Skylar Bennett 1 kill 8th: 25-14, 25-10 Stats: Hannah McCollum 2 kills, 7 aces 4 digs Elizabeth McGuinness 4 kills, 1 ace, Hannah Bolton 3 kills, 2 aces,

JH Boys CC claims county title; Beckham wins girls race

Monroe Central’s JH boys won the Cross Country title tonight with a score of 25, edging out Randolph Southern who was 2nd at 37. MC’s Caden Shumaker took the title in 12:04.8 while Carter Miller was 2nd at 12:21.4 and Tucker Burris 3rd in 12:21.7. Rounding out the top 7 for MC were Gavan Duncan,

JH Bears end with 24-0 win over Wes-Del

The Monroe Central Jr. High football team finished off there season last night with a huge 24-0 win over the Wes-Del Warriors. Isaac Moles, Braden Case, and Jaime Hancock all scored for the Bears. Braden Case had a huge interception returned for a touchdown as the second score for the team. Zach Sharp also caused

Jr High CC Results: MC vs Driver & Cowan

The junior high cross country teams ran at home last night in a 3-way meet against Driver and Cowan. The girls team finished second of the three teams.  Gabby Beckham was the top finisher with a personal best time of 13:07.  Karly Puckett had an impressive 4th place finish, besting her course time by 2:07. 

Jr High Volleyball defeats Union City

Jr high volleyball defeated Union City last night. 7th 25-10, 25-10 Stats: MaKenzie Thurman 4 kills, 4 digs Caroline Hiatt 7 kills, 6 aces, 1 dig Hannah Taylor 5 assists, 7 aces 8th 25-10, 25-11 Stats: everyone on the team had an ace! Emalyn Watson 3 assists, 3 aces, 4 digs Katie Pike 4 kills,

Lady Bears rally; Kear reaches milestone

It wasn’t easy by any means, but 11th ranked Monroe Central rallied to defeat Union Monday night – for the 3rd time this season. In their final home match of the year, Union took the first 2 games over MC, 25-16 and 25-22. In high energy fashion, however, the Lady Bears rallied to win the

Lady Bears get bye in Volleyball Sectional

After drawing the bye, Monroe Central will not open play in the Muncie Burris Class 2A Sectional 40 until Thursday, October 22 at 6 p.m. The 13th ranked Lady Bears (22-6) will play the winner of the Sheridan (0-16) and Lapel (17-10) match, who will open sectional play Tuesday, October 20 at 6 p.m. On

Bears to host APA in 1st round of sectional

Sectional 44 Class A could be one of the strongest sectionals in Indiana. The top 4 teams are ranked and have a combined 29-3 record. The 12th ranked Bears (7-1) will play host to Anderson Prep (3-5) Friday, October 23 in round one. MC could host a round 2 game depending on the outcome of