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8th grade Bears claim County title, now 22-0; 7th grade falls for 1st time

Last Saturday the Monroe Central Jr High boys basketball program participated in the Randolph County Tournament. Monroe Central’s 8th grade continued their storybook season winning the County title and improving to 22-0. In the semi-final game, the 8th grade Bears beat Winchester 44-33. Leading scorers were Jackson Ullom and Reggie Gross both with 11 and Joel Kennedy added

Lady Bears claim 3rd straight MEC, finish state best 23-0

Three weeks ago to the date, Monroe Central claimed the Randolph County title with a 48-39 win over Randolph Southern (16-6). Saturday night the Lady Bears put an exclamation mark on regular season perfection by beating those same Lady Rebels, 59-28. It was senior night in The Den and the Lady Bears got off to a

JV wins finale 40-14 to end season undefeated

Saturday night Monroe Central’s junior varsity ended their season with a 40-14 win over Randolph Southern to finish with an unblemished 20-0 mark. An outstanding feat for the JV Ladies was in their final 12 quarters of the year, MC blanked their opponents in 5 of those quarters. The JV Ladies got off to a

Swallow, Willen, Brown advance to wrestling regional

Senior Kobe Brown and sophomores Jordan Willen and Logan Swallow all advanced from the Delta Wrestling Sectional Saturday to next weekend’s Regional at Jay County. Yorktown won the 10-team sectional title during the day with 245.5 points, outdistancing runner-up Delta with 211 points. Muncie Central was 3rd at 177.5, Daleville was 4th at 130.5, Winchester

Nash ties school record in Bears’ 2 OT win

A 14 turnover half. A 16 point half. A 17-point 3rd quarter deficit. That doesn’t exactly add up to sounding like a recipe for victory. But the effort from all of the Bears and a 38 point second half from senior Israel Nash helped overcome the flu bug that bit Monroe Central hard this week.

JV Bears rally falls just short

A topsy turvy game found Monroe Central’s JV down 13  in the 4th quarter. An enthusiastic rally brought them within 2 before Blue River held on for a 51-48 win. MC led 11-2 early before Blue River pulled within 15-12 at the first stop. The JV Bears clung to a 26-25 halftime advantage as well.

7th grade Ladies win 2nd straight; 8th grade loses first game

Monroe Central hosted Union City in a pair of junior high games last night and split with the Lady Indians. The 7th grade Lady Bears won against Union City, 19-18. “The Lady Bears played an excellent game. They were able to handle a close game and get the win,” said Coach Emmarae Roberts who led

JH Bears fall just short at Daleville

The Monroe Central Jr High wrestling team fell short at Daleville last night, 54-48. Forfeits caught up with the Bears but winners for the Jr. High were: Dorian Weesner Jonah Jones Dominick Morrison Joel Kennedy Brady Hiatt The JH Bears will host East Jay on Monday at 5:30 p.m.

Lady Bears win by 50, improve to 22-0

Monroe Central is one win away from a conference title and a perfect regular season after defeating Union Thursday night, 61-11. The 4th ranked Lady Bears constantly rotated line-ups in improving to 8-0 in the MEC and 22-0 on the year. MC started off 19-2 after one quarter and led 37-6 at the half. Continuing

Fan bus departure times for Friday, next Tuesday

Monroe Central will be providing a fan bus Friday to the Bears game at Blue River and next Tuesday to the girls basketball sectional at Frankton. On Friday, the fan bus will leave Monroe Central for Blue River at 4:45. Next Tuesday, the Lady Bears will play at 7:30 p.m. in the Frankton Sectional against