Monroe Central Boys Varsity Baseball

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  • Conference Record: 1 - 1

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Wapahani hands Bears senior night, MEC loss

Monroe Central ended the regular season Thursday with an 18-3 loss to Wapahani on senior night. Senior Tucker Young went out with an injury in the 2nd inning after holding Wapahani to a single tally in the first and retiring 5 of 7 hitters he had faced. Freshman Caden Shumaker came and shut the Class

Bears roll past Winchester, 11-2

Monroe Central used a 16-hit attack Wednesday night to earn an 11-2 victory over Winchester. Keith Friddle pitched a complete game allowing only five hits, 1 earned run while striking out 5. Every player in the starting line up got a hit for the Bears as they went up 5-1 after three innings and put

Bears hold on to beat Cowan, stay in MEC race

Monroe Central withstood a 4-run 7th inning Tuesday night to fend off MEC foe Cowan and earn an 8-7 win. The win improved the Bears to 12-9 overall and 5-2 in the conference. Wapahani and Shehandoah led with 5-1 marks going into Tuesday’s games, Eastern Hancock was 6-2 and Daleville 3-2 entering the final week of play.The

#1 ranked Starfires defeat Monroe Central

Class 2A 1st ranked South Adams improved to 21-2 Monday night with a 10-1 win over Monroe Central. It kicked off the start of 4 consecutive games for the Bears, who are now 11-10. The Starfires led 3-0 when the Bears got their only run of the night in the 3rd inning. South Adams bounced

Bears use 5-run inning to win MEC game over Rebels, 7-3

Trailing 3-0 after three innings Saturday, Monroe Central scored two times in the 4th and five times in the 5th to defeat Randolph Southern, 7-3. Keith Friddle allowed only 1 earned run and 3 hits over 6 innings while striking out four. Caden Shumaker threw a perfect 7th inning to wrap up the MEC win

Royals 1-hit Bears in 3-1 MEC win Friday

Four errors provided Eastern Hancock with enough opportunity Friday night to escape an MEC battle with Monroe Central  with a 3-1 win. There were only four hits in the whole game as pitcher’s from both teams were on top of their games. Tucker Young started for MC and threw 5 complete innings allowing three hits,

Richmond hands Bears loss at McBride Stadium

An 11-run second inning propelled Richmond to an 18-0 win over Monroe Central Wednesday evening at McBride Stadium. Richmond outhit the Bears 12-2 as Bryce Deckman doubled and Braden Case singked and stole a base. Case, Chandler Hoel, Tyler Haney, Casey Conatser, and Seth Wilson alll saw time on the hill as 12 hits and

Elwood’s 4-run late inning rally sinks MC, 9-6

Elwood scored four times in the bottom of the 6th Monday night to slip past Monroe Central, 9-6, in a varsity baseball game. The Bears were limited to five hits and made six errors leading to only two earned runs in the loss. The Panthers took a 3-0 lead in the second but the Bears

Bears to face Shenandoah in sectional opener at Frankton

A field of 387 teams will begin play later this month as the pairings for the 52nd Annual IHSAA Baseball State Tournament Series were announced this evening in Indianapolis. Host schools will announce playing schedules in the days to come. Sectional competition begins Wednesday, May 23, and continues through Monday, May 28 (Memorial Day), with

Bears knock off 7th ranked Wes-Del, 9-6

Monroe Central scored 7 times in the last two innings Wednesday night to defeat Class A 7th ranked Wes-Del, 9-6. Senior Keith Friddle hit a 3-run home run in the 6th and laid down a 2-run sacrifice in the 7th to help the Golden Bears improve to 3-1 in the conference and 10-6 overall. Wes-Del