Monroe Central Boys Varsity Basketball

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  • Conference Record: N/A

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17th ranked Bears open season at Daleville; Nash 4 points away from 1,000

Daleville was originally game #4 on the schedule for the 2017-18 campaign; however, due to great success on the gridiron, the 2017-18 version of the Golden Bears will take the floor Friday night against the Broncos in an MEC game. Six players graduated from the 22-3 top 10 team from a year ago, but numerous

Jamboree tips off with new 10-team MEC conference

Saturday boys basketball tipped off in the MEC with its new 10 teams on stage at the Jamboree at Monroe Central. Despite inclement weather, fans made their way  in to watch their schools and get a glimpse of what 2017-18 could bring. Daleville opened the night defeating Union, 37-10, in the first two quarters. Shenandoah

JH Bears sweep Yorktown by a combined 54 points

Monroe Central’s JH Bears swept a pair of boys basketball games at Yorktown Thursday night. The 7th grade won 48-26 over the Tigers. Joey Ullom led the way in scoring 16 points while Luke Jones added 14. The 8th Grade won 52-20 with Jackson Ullom pouring in 17. Gavin Smithson scored 9 and Rhody Braun

JH Bears see early success

Due to numbers being down for Cowan’s junior high teams, the 7th grade and 8th grade each played them for a half Monday evening. “It was like a competitive scrimmage with a conference team,” said Monroe Central coaches. The 7th grade won their half 26-7 with great defense and team play. The 8th grade won 30-4

JH Bears fare well in Tri scrimmage

Monroe Central’s 7th and 8th grade boys opened the year with a scrimmage at Tri this evening. The 7th grade Bears defeated Hagerstown and New Castle. The 8th grade Bears blanked Tri, 20-0, and lost to New Castle, 15-9. MC and New Castle will meet again on December 30 at the New Castle Fieldhouse. The

Cross Country ‘family’ shows why program is so strong

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” -Henry Ford “The strength of the team is each member. The strength of each member is the team.” Phil Jackson “Individual commitment to a group effort – that’s what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.”

MEC Basketball Jamboree schedules released

This year’s MEC Jamboree basketball dates and pairings have been set. A couple changes this year include the girls being played on a Saturday evening and, of course, the addition of two new teams to the mix. The MEC is the only conference in the state that holds such a Jamboree., The girls will be

Youthful Bears see real improvement, bright spots in summer

Graduating six seniors after a 22-3 season, an 18-game win streak, a 2nd straight County title, and spending time in the polls, left Monroe Central’s boys basketball program with much to accomplish this summer.  So how did that go? At Thomas More College – The Bears started off 3-0 with wins against Grant County, Oregon-Davis,