Monroe Central Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Mixed game for JH Bears tonight at Cowan

Due to low numbers with the Cowan JH boys basketball team, tonight’s JH game will be played a little differently. The 7th grade boys will play the first half and the 8th grade boys will play the 2nd half. Cowan has 6 7th graders and 4 8th graders. Game time stays the same.

Bears lay foundation at semi-state with best finish ever

Laying a foundation was one of the theme’s for the day Saturday at the New Haven boys’ cross country semi-state held on the IPFW campus. With four juniors and a freshmen making up the core of the 7-member team, coach Ron Braun talked about this being the foundation for the future. It was the just

Cross Country teams geared up for New Haven Semi-State

Saturday history will be made at the IHSAA Semi-State hosted by New Haven as both Monroe Central boys and girls cross country  teams will compete. The semi-state will be at the IPFW complex in Fort Wayne with the boys race at 1 p.m. and the girls slated for 1:45 p.m. For the Lady Bears, who finished

Bears advance to semi-state for just the 4th time

Monroe Central boys cross country runners advanced to the semi-state for the 4th time in school history Saturday. The Bears placed 4th in the Delta Regional at the Sports Plex. Pendleton Heights claimed the team title with 51 points, slipping past runner-up Mt. Vernon with 87 points. Rounding out the top 5 and also advancing

Riley Moulton named ITACCC All-State HM

The Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches (IATCCC) has named Monroe Central junior Riley Moulton to the Honorable Mention Academic All-State team. There are several things involved in receiving this honor including GPA and test scores among others. Congratulations to Riley and good luck to him and his Golden Bear teammates in the

JH Bears win County title for 10th year in a row

Twenty-one of 22 boys cross country runners set PR’s (personal records) Thursday night, as the JH Bears captured the Randolph County title for the 10th year in a row.   Monroe Central won with a team score of 23, while Randolph Southern was 2nd at 61, Driver was 3rd at 73 and Union City 4th

JH Bears beat Driver 19-42, gearing for County

Monroe Central’s junior high boys cross country team ran past Driver Monday night, 19-42. Carter Miller was the overall winner for the boys team in his last race as an 8th grader at home.  Miller was followed by Caden Landis (3rd), Eli Chamberlain (4th), Tucker Burris (5th), Kyler Shumaker (6th), James Daniels (8th), Gavan Duncan

Bears are Sectional Runners-Up; compete in Delta Regional Saturday

Four runners placed in top 20 Saturday at the Delta Sectional, as Monroe Central placed 2nd and advanced to the Regional this weekend back at the Sports Plex. Muncie Central claimed the Sectional crown with 62 points, while the Bears came in 2nd at 84 points. Rounding out the Top 5 that advanced are Wapahani

MC runners seek to advance from Saturday’s sectional

IHSAA Delta Sectional 16 will be held at the Muncie Sports Plex with the boys running at 10 a.m. and the girls race at 10:45 a.m. Teams participating include Cowan, Delta, Jay County, Monroe Central, Muncie Burris, Muncie Central, Randolph Southern, Union (Modoc), Union City, Wapahani, Wes-Del, and Winchester Community. The top 10 individuals from non‐advancing

JH Bears take 11 of top 12 spots, sweep Shenandoah, Eastern Hancock

Monroe Central’s boys cross country team not only got a perfect score by finishing 1-2-3-4-5, but they also took 11 of the top 12 spots at Eastern Hancock Tuesday night. The JH Bears won the meet with 15 points, beating Shenandoah with 76 and Eastern Hancock with 99. Carter Miller wom the race in 11:16,