Monroe Central Boys Freshman Basketball

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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,

Bears take 3rd place at Thomas More College, go 2-0 this week in league play

The Monroe Central boys basketball represented very well at Thomas More College last week. The Bears started off 3-0 with wins against Grant County, Oregon-Davis, and Gibson Southern. MC lost the next two games, one of those being to an AAU team (51-45). During tourney play the Bears opened with 2 wins, including defeating the previously

Bears play big schools in Bethel College Shootout

Monroe Central’s boys basketball team faced three 4A schools in their recent trip to the Bethel College Shootout. The Bears faced Elkhart Memorial, Kankakee Valley, and Concord and finished the event 1-3. “We played well. Coltan Bradley and Sam Feola grew up a bit guarding some bigs,” said Coach Justin Ullom. “We went 1-3, and

Bears start summer league; undefeated at Anderson U. shootout

The Monroe Central varsity basketball team started play in the Northeastern summer league 1-1. The Bears lost by 1 point  to Tri Village (Ohio) and then beat Blue River.  MC was led in scoring by Izzy Nash, Dustin Wright, and Casey Conatser. At the Anderson University shootout the varsity Bears posted a perfect 3-0 record. The Bears

Richardson named Athlete of the Week for effort in Sectional

Senior Maurice Richardson was a defensive catalyst all year – for that reason and a 17-point effort, the Monroe Central guard has been named the final Randolph County Athlete of the Week for the winter season. Richardson’s defense played a key role in the Bears’ 22-3 season which included an Class 2A 8th ranking and

Brown, Nash named boys basketball All-MEC

Senior Dustin Brown and junior Israel Nash have been named to the All Mid-Eastern Conference boys basketball team. Brown averaged around 12 points and 7 rebounds a game and was the ‘big man’ presence in the middle for the Golden Bears. Nash averaged around 16 points a game and missed the career 1,000 point mark

11th ranked Bears end record season at 22-3

17th ranked Frankton came into sectional play hot and they stayed that way. Winning 15 of their last 16 games, the Eagles defeated 11th ranked Monroe Central Friday night, 77-53 and then disposed of the defending state champions Lapel, 63-51, to win the title. Frankton opened a 13-9 lead after one quarter and led by

#11 Bears gear up to face 17th ranked Frankton in Sectional semi-finals

Three of Class 2A’s top 17 teams will be in action on Friday night in the Lapel Sectional. Game one will see 15th ranked and defending state champion Lapel take on Sheridan, while game two sees 11th ranked Monroe Central facing 17th ranked Frankton. It could be a high-scoring game as the Bears and Eagles

Bears blast Burris, 75-48, in sectional opener; Nash 15 points from 1,000

In the Class 2A Lapel Sectional #40 opener for Monroe Central, the Golden Bears got out front early and never looked back as they eliminated Muncie Burris Tuesday night, 75-48. The 11th ranked Bears opened up a 19-9 first quarter lead and led 38-17 at the half. One key in the half was Maurice Richardson

Lapel Sectional tips off tonight – Bears vs. Burris at 7:30

Hoosier Hysteria tips off tonight at 6 p.m. and in the second game of the night Monroe Central (21-2) will take on Muncie Burris (3-19). The first game of the night will see host Lapel (15-8) take on Wapahani (15-6). Just like the girls field where several teams were in the picture, the boys see