Monroe Central Girls Varsity Softball

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Lady Bears drop 3rd straight to ranked foes

Three nights in a row the honorable mention (21st ranked) Monroe Central varsity softball team faced a foe as highly regarded. Thursday night the Lady Bears took on honorable mention (26th ranked) and possible sectional foe Shenandoah, dropping a 14-8 contest. This came on the heels of losses to 7th ranked Tri and 6th ranked

Lady Bears fall to 7th ranked Tri, 6th ranked Elwood

On back-to-back nights this week, Monroe Central’s honorable mention softball team faced powerhouse teams, who were both ranked in their respective polls. On Tuesday, Class A 7th ranked Tri handed the Lady Bears a 17-6 defeat. Monroe Central jumped out to a 4-0 lead; however, coach Monte Gaddis said his “went flat” in falling to

Lady Bears win MEC opener over Wes-Del, 12-5

Monroe Central opened play in the Mid-Eastern Conference Monday night, and after falling behind 4-0, went on to defeat Wes-Del by a 12-5 count. Wes-Del jumped on the Lady Bears for 4 runs in the opening inning, but junior Adrianna Hardy worked in relief and shutdown the Warrior attack the last 6 innings. Hardy allowed only

Lady Bears sweep Winchester, now 3-1

Monroe Central’s varsity softball team swept county rival Winchester in a doubleheader Saturday. The first game was tight but the Lady Bears pulled out a 15-11 win in 8 innings. Faith Cope hurled a 3-hit shutout in game 2 as MC swept with a 10-0 win. Game 1 saw the Lady Bears build a 3-1

10th ranked Lady Tigers win offensive battle of MC, 19-17

Six home runs highlighted the night as Class 3A 10th ranked Yorktown rallied for 8 runs in the top of the 7th inning then held on for a 19-17 victory over Monroe Central in varsity softball Thursday evening. Yorktown took a 6-0 lead in the first with the big blow being a grand slam. In

Softball to host 7th ranked Yorktown Thursday

Monroe Central does have a softball team – it just hasn’t been able to get on the field much lately after cancellations with Hagerstown, Shenandoah and Cowan. But Thursday it’s back to work for the Lady Bears as they host Class 3A 7th ranked Yorktown. Looking at the early rankings, which don’t always carry a

Lady Bears roll in opener with 18-8 win over Miss Valley

Despite the cold and ominous snow flurries, Monroe Central softball opened the 2016 season on top Monday with an 18-8 victory over Mississinawa Valley (OH) in a shortened 6-inning game. There were several stars of the game as freshman Jordyn Barga and sophomore Samantha Roderick each collected four hits. Senior Abreana Gaddis collected three hits