Monroe Central Girls Varsity Cross Country

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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 Ladies sweep 3-way with new MEC teams

Karly Puckett led Monroe Central’s girls cross country team to a 3-way victory at Eastern Hancock on Tuesday. The JH Lady Bears had 21 points followed by Shenandoah with 62 and Eastern Hancock a distant third. Puckett won the race in 12:53, while Grace Baker was 3rd, Katie Osborne 4th, Addison Coe 6th, and Addy

JH Ladies take MEC cross country crown

The Monroe Central  junior high girls cross country team competed in the Mid-Eastern Conference meet this past Saturday.  The JH Lady Bears team won with a score of 28, while Wes-Del was a distant second with 67 points.  Rounding out the field were Shenandoah 99, Daleville 102, Blue River 115, Cowan 134, and and Randolph Southern

Lady Bears finish 2nd in MEC; 3 make All-MEC

Emma and Leah Keesling crossed the finish line 1-2 Saturday to lead Randolph Southern to the MEC girls cross country title. It capped an interesting day where siblings took first and second place in both the boys and girls races. Randolph Southern won the team title with 40 points edging out Monroe Central who was

Lady Bears finish second; Norris, Beckham make All-County

Monroe Central’s girls came up short of their goal of winning the Randolph County cross country championship for the first time since 2013 Tuesday night, finishing second behind Randolph Southern. Southern won with a point total of 32, while Monroe Central was second at 43, and Union City 3rd at 50. Union and Winchester did

JH Ladies win 4-way, place 5 in the top 10

The Monroe Central girls junior high cross country team hosted a 4-way meet Monday night against Hagerstown, Muncie Burris, and West Jay.   Monroe Central won with 28 points while West Jay was second at 51, Hagerstown had 71 points, and with 86 was Burris. Karly Puckett was the top finisher for the girls team

Cross country times for the week

Tonight’s JH cross country meet with Muncie Burris, Hagerstown and West Jay has been moved to 5:30 p.m. due to travel time and when two of the schools can get on a bus. Tomorrow’s Randolph County high school championship will be run at 5 p.m. with the boys race first followed by the girls. Saturday’s

JH runners sweep 4-way meet

The Monroe Central junior high cross country teams battled the heat Thursday night at Union in a 4-way meet with Union, Wes-Del, and East Jay.   The girls team won the meet, after tying for points with East Jay, but winning the tie-breaker by looking at 6th runner times.   Gracie Baker was the top

Cross Country team sweeps 3-way; Miller, Norris take titles

Monroe Central cross country teams swept meets at Cowan Tuesday evening, as Conner Miller and Aubrey Norris won individually as well. The boys swept the meet with 15 points, while Cowan had 44 and Wes-Del 80. Miller won in a time of 18:12, while Dalton Winans was 2nd (18:31), Zane Kear was 3rd (18:32), Riley

JH Bears take 2nd, JH Ladies get 3rd at Selma Invitational

The  junior high cross country teams ran in the Selma Invitational last Friday.   The girls team finished 3rd out of 15 teams.   Karly Puckett was the top finisher for the girls at 6th place. Katie Osborne also earned a medal with her 12th place finish.   Other runners for the girls team were: