Monroe Central Boys Varsity Track

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Driver slips past JH Bear track boys

Monroe Central’s young junior high boys’ track team fell just short of Driver Wednesday evening, 57-43. According to Coach Ross Braun the Bears were tied with Driver though 9 events and lost to some pretty impressive field event Hawk athletes. First place finishers for the Bears were Malcolm Armour (110 hurdles), Caden Shumaker (1600 and

Bears edge Burris, 62-60

The Monroe Central boys varsity track team improved to 8-0 on the year after a hard-fought victory over the Muncie Burris Owls last night, 62-60. The Bears were led by sophomore Nick Mitchell who won the 110 High Hurdles in a season best :15.5, the 300 Hurdles in another season best :42.4, and the High Jump. Both

JH Bears finish 3rd in 4-way meet; Shumaker gets lone 1st, personal best

Monroe Central’s JH track team continued improving their times and distances Monday night against West Jay, East Jay, and Union City. The Bears placed 3rd behind East Jay and Union City, while beating West Jay. 7th grader Caden Shumaker led the Bears with their lone 1st place finish in the 800 meter run and a

Smithson, Miller lead Bear track team to 7-0 start

The Monroe Central Boys Varsity Track team moved to 7-0 on the season by defeating rivals Northeastern and Randolph Southern in a meet Thursday night in Lynn. Leading the boys was Junior Isaac Smithson who had personal bests in the 400 and Long Jump while anchoring the winning 4 x 400 Relay team of Winans, Kear

JH Boys races past Cowan, 85-15

Monroe Central’s junior high boys track team defeated Cowan Wednesday evening, 85-15. The Bears were led by 10 first place finishes as they improved to 1-1 on the year. 1st place finishers for the boys were: Malcolm Armour in the 110 hurdles, high jump, and long jump; Braden Case in the 100 m dash; Childress, Hancock, Morgan, and

Bears now 5-0 after 4-way victory

Monroe Central’s boys varsity track continued to roll Tuesday night. After winning every dual meet, sweeping conference and county in 2015, the Bears improved to 5-0 after sweeping Randolph Southern, Union, and Union County. Sophomore Nick Mitchell is off t a great start and won both hurdle events, while long distance freshman runner Conner Miller

Boys JH track falls short at Selma

Monroe Central  Jr. High Boys lost their season opener at Selma last night, 70-30. “We lost to a tough Selma team loaded with experienced 8th graders,” said Coach Ross Braun. Caden Shumaker led the Bears with 2 first place finishes in the 110 hurdles and the 1600 meter run. Ian Terrell (100 hurdles), Carter Miller (1600),

Bears sweep 3-way; Pierce breaks 33-year old 100 m dash record

Monroe Central’s boys track team picked up right where they left off a year ago . . . winning. Tuesday’s season opener saw them easily defeat Elwood and Wes-Del. The Bears won all three relays and 10 events in a dominating victory. Junior Andrew Pierce was the leader of the pack as he broke the 100

Track team breaks 8 school records at IWU

Monroe Central competed in just their 2nd indoor track meet of the year Saturday at Indiana Wesleyan – and they picked up right where they left off setting more indoor school records. A combined total of eight indoor school records were set by the boys and girls teams. Coach Preston Proctor proclaimed freshman Miranda Haney

3 records set in first indoor meet of the year

A large contention of Monroe Central track team members traveled to Anderson University Saturday afternoon for their first competition of the year in the Hamilton Southeastern Blue & White Relays. Highlights from the meet included Monroe Central senior Tristan Huddleston setting a new school record in the indoor shot put with a heave of 41′ 5.75″. Huddleston’s