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Wrestling Regional a Jay County starts at 8:30 a.m.

Three Monroe Central wrestlers will begin their quest for a trip to the Fort Wayne semi-state Saturday at 8:30 a.m. in the Jay County Regional. Senior Kobe Brown and sophomores Jordan Willen and Logan Swallow all advanced from the Delta Wrestling Sectional last Saturday. Sophomore Logan Swallow was the sectional runner-up at 285 pounds and

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

Heskett, Jones, Swallow are MEC champs; Bears take 2nd

2017 State finalist Shenandoah claimed the MEC team title Saturday in their inaugural appearance. The Raiders outdistanced defending champion Monroe Central, 454-376 to claim the 2018 title. Other team scores included Eastern Hancock 368 points, Wes-Del 202 points, Cowan 194 points, Randolph Southern 113 points, Wapahani 84 points, Blue River 43 points, and Daleville withdrew the

MC wrestlers win County title for the 1st time since 1986

It went three matches and overtime Saturday but after a 32 year wait, what was a few minutes more. Monroe Central, Winchester, and Union City ended up in a 3-way tie Saturday in the Randolph County wrestling tournament. With no bi-law addressing a three-way tie, school representatives put their heads together and started counting total

MC wrestlers fall to So. Wells; King, Swallow get wins

Monroe Central’s wrestling ran into a tough Southern Wells squad on Tuesday and fell by a score of 68-12. Winners for MC were Calvin King at 106 pounds and Logan Swallow at 285 pounds. The Bears compete at the Winchester Field House this Saturday at 9:30 a.m. for the Randolph County Wrestling  Tournament. “Come out and support your Golden

Wrestlers 5-3 at Wayne Co Classic; Swallow goes 8-0

Monroe Central’s wrestling team went 5-3 at the Wayne County Classic at Richmond this past weekend. Friday night the Bears defeated Richmond 48-24 and Union County 51-18, but lost to New Castle, 60-24. On Saturday the Bears defeated Tri High 66-18, Northeastern 54-28, and Hagerstown 42-39, while falling to lost to Franklin County 51-21 and Centerville 65-12. Individual results from the day

Jones, Caldwell each place 3rd at ECIC; MC competes at Richmond this weekend

Monroe Central recently competed in the ECIC wrestling Invitational at Jay County. During the day, juniors Tyler Jones and Kamron Caldwell each placed 3rd. Earning 4th place finishes were senior Kobe Brown and sophomore Logan Swallow. Hunter Tinsman placed 8th on the day. The Bear wrestlers will be competing in the Super 8 Wayne County

Undefeated Tyler Jones named Randolph County AOTW

Junior Monroe Central wrestler Tyler Jones is off to a 17-0 start and that has earned him Randolph County “Athlete of the Week” honors, sponsored by WZZY/Star 98.3FM in Winchester and the Wetzel Auto Group. Tyler just won his 3rd invitational title this past weekend in the Wapahani Raider Rumble. Even more impressive is his 17-0 mark on

Bears defeat Blackford, 51-21; Jones now 18-0

Monroe Central defeated Blackford Monday night, 51-21, in a varsity wrestling match. One of the best matches on the night came at the 152 pound weight class as Tyler Jones overcame sickness and won in overtime, 6-4, to improve to 18-0 on the year. Hunter Tinsman also had a solid win  by pinning an undefeated wrestler from