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Snyder to play in North-South All-Star game tonight

Monroe Central 2018 graduate Wyatt Snyder will play in the 52nd North-South All-Star game tonight at 7:00 p.m. at North Central High School. Tickets for the event our $10 for adults and $5 for students. Snyder extended the Monroe Central streak of having a member of the North team 3 years in a row and 4

Bears in 22-team field at Taylor University

Monroe Central’s football team took around two dozen kids to Taylor University Thursday night to compete in several 11-on-11 scrimmages. Teams took turns in 12 minute segments on offense playing from 40 yards in on two turf fields and one grass field. Monroe Central opened with Wabash, then also faced North Miami, Peru, and finished

Bears to play at Ball State on August 25

Monroe Central’s varsity football team will see a few changes in the schedule this year and will also get the opportunity to play at Ball State University. On Saturday, August 25 the Bears will be a part of the TEC Day at BSU and face Union City at 1 p.m. Pre-sale tickets will be $8

3 Bears to play in East-West Classic Friday

Three Monroe Central football players will compete in the Indiana Football Hall of Fame East-West Classic this Friday night at 7 p.m. at Anderson High School. Playing for the East squad will be lineman Tucker Young, quarterback Casey Conatser and receiver Nick Mitchell. Young has been given a preferred walk-on opportunity with Ball State University. Mitchell

Wyatt Snyder selected to North-South All-Star football game

Senior Wyatt Snyder has added yet one more accolade to a successful football career at Monroe Central. Snyder was selected to the Indiana North-South football All-Stars which will play Friday, July 13 at 7:30 p.m. at North Central High School. Monroe Central has now had a member of the North team 3 years in a

Bears win annual weight lifting competition

The Monroe Central Football tfinished 1st in the sixth annual weight competition Wednesday night scoring 5,908 points. Winchester was 2nd place, Yorktown 3rd place and Alexandria 4th. Outstanding individual performances were turned in by sophomore Sam Feola in the overall and powerclean, sophomore Logan Swallow in the overall and squat ,and junior Jack Taylor in

Bears put 3 on Region 5 All-Star team

Although football season has been over for some time, the state honors keep rolling in for the 2017 Bears. Monroe Central seniors Casey Conatser, Nick Mitchell, and Wyatt Snyder were selected to the Region 5 All-Star team last weekend at an IFCA meeting. This means those 3 will be on the ballot when voting commences for

Multiple Bears named FB All-State; Juniors also reap rewards

Football  season ended November 17, six weeks ago this Friday. After a 12-2 season and reining in the first ever Sectional and Regional titles, some individual honors have started pouring in. The Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA) named 3 seniors to All-State and MC had 1 Junior All-State selection. The Associated Press has also released

#1 Panthers end Bears magical season at semi-state, 42-14

Jack Kiser lived up to his billing and led #1 Pioneer to a 42-14 Class A semi-state victory over 4th ranked Monroe Central Friday night. Kiser, just a junior, is being recruited by Indiana, Purdue, Iowa, Notre Dame, Michigan State, and Iowa State. Despite going 0-for-2 with an interception throwing the ball, Kiser’s 197 yards

Semi-State game has been moved to Logansport HS

The Class A Semi-State game between 4th ranked Monroe Central and 1st ranked Pioneer has changed locations. The game, which is to kickoff at 7:30 p.m., has been moved to Logansport High School. The location provided for the field is 2829 George Street, which is located at the junction of Lafayette Drive and George Street