Monroe Central Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 3 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Lady Bears roll over Falcons; JV comes up short in rally

Outscoring Winchester 38-12 over the 2nd and 3rd quarters led Monroe Central to a 61-32 victory Saturday night. Four players hit double-figures and a fifth player scored nine. After building a 9-2 lead, MC found themselves on the wrong end of a 14-13 score after the first quarter. That was the Falcons last hurrah as

Bearcats too much for Lady Bears; JV wins 28-20

Monroe Central traveled to Muncie Central Tuesday night hoping to extend their 2-game win streak. Turnovers and trouble getting the ball in the basket allowed the Bearcats to start the night with a 21-0 lead. Monroe Central outscored them the rest of the way, 32-30, but fell to 4-3 on the year with a 51-32

8th grade wins 23rd straight game; 7th grade just short

Monroe Central hosted Liberty Christian in a pair of junior high games on Monday. The 7th grade, despite trailing 10-0 at one point, battled Liberty Christian to the end before coming up short, 22-16. Allie Morrison was the leading scorer with 12 points. The 8th grade game saw MC jump out to a 9-0 lead

Lady Bears win on back-2-back nights; now 4-2

Monroe Central’s Lady Bears swept a pair of games on back-to-back nights this past week. On Monday night, MC broke a 4-4 first quarter tie with Blackford by outscoring them 19-5 in the 2nd quarter to lead 23-9 at the half. Blackford cut the lead to 33-24 after 3 quarters before the Lady Bears led

Lady Bears rally falls short at Hagerstown

Last Friday night, the Lady Bears took a 2-game winning streak to a face a 3-1 Hagerstown team. MC struggled in the first half to get going offensively, while H’town was lighting it up downtown. Six three-pointers led the purple and gold out to a 12-2 first quarter lead and a 25-10 halftime advantage. MC

Lady Bears take down Rockets in MEC opener

Saturday night was the conference opener for Monroe Central and Union, a game the Rockets had won the past 3 years in a row. The Lady Bears snapped that skid with a 50-39 road victory. MC got off to a quick start 13-7 much like they did against Jay County in their opener. Only this

Lady Bears battle Jay to the end; the pursuit of 1,000

Thursday’s season opener for the girls basketball team might have ended in a loss, but the final of 49-42 is very deceiving. Numerous times MC would cut the lead to 3 or 4, only to have Jay hit a 3 or get a 3-point play making that hump just that much harder to get over.