Monroe Central Boys Middle School Cross Country

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Bears finish 2nd at Rushville Invitational

  Monroe Central’s boys’ cross country team finished 2nd out of 20 teams Saturday at the Rushville Invitational.     Junior Conner Miller was the Bears’ top finisher in 7th place at 17:27. Juniors Zane Kear was 9th in 17:37 and Dalton Winans was 10th in 17:42. Junior Riley Moulton finished 28th in 18:35, freshman Caden Shumaker was 33rd in 18:50, and

JH Bears put 5 in the Top 10, sweep 4-way meet

The Monroe Central boys junior high cross country team swept a 4-way meet at West Jay Thursday with Muncie North and Union City. The boys team won with a score of 21 and placed 5 runners in the Top 10. Carter Miller finished first to lead the boys to victory. He was followed by the

Bears finish 10th out of 22 teams at Pendleton Heights

Monroe Central’s boys cross country team placed 10th out of 22 teams last night at the Pendleton Heights Invitational. Conner Miller placed 17th in 17:59  and Zane Kear was 32nd in 18:26. Caden Shumaker finished 58th in 19:16, Riley Moulton was 66th  in 19:29, TJ Thompson was 81st in 20:07, Gavin Sampley was 85th in

JH Bears capture Meister Invite title

Three of Monroe Central’s junior high cross country runners finished in the Top 10 Saturday to lead the Bears to the team title. Monroe Central claimed the title with 34 points, while Adams Central was 2nd at 54 points, and Daleville 3rd with a score of 109. Rounding out the field were Blue River Valley in

Bears finish 3rd in Meister Family Invite; Simons is Grand Marshal

Monroe Central’s boys cross country team finished 3rd out of 22 teams Saturday as the Bears hosted the Meister Family Memorial Invitational. The day started off with a salute to emergency personnel, veterans and current members of the military. The Grand Marshal for the event was Mike Simons who served 28 years as the boys

Meister Family Memorial Invitational to host 34 teams, near 600 runners Saturday

The Annual Meister Family Memorial Invitational will be hosted by Monroe Central this Saturday. Teams will check in starting at 8:30 a.m. and the Junior High boys race will kick things off at 10 a.m. Junior High girls will run at 10:30 a.m. with varsity boys and varsity girls to follow. Awards are tentatively set for

Cross Country numbers up; great things ahead

Summer is a busy time for all student-athletes, but busy schedules are not stopping the Monroe Central cross country runners from getting out to workouts. On more than one occasion, there have been well over 30 runners out on the course during workout time for junior high and high school. Times vary from Monday and

7th grade Bears beat Blackford, 53-40; now 8-5

Monroe Central’s 7th grade boys basketball team have posted a 4-2 record over their last six games to improve to 8-5 on the year. Back on December 12, the 7th grade Bears defeated Union City 53-30 behind Gavin Smithson’s 26 point effort. Coach Kevin Patterson said, “it was just a great team effort.” On December 15,

Miller, Winans advance to semi-state; team misses by 6 points

Monroe Central’s boys cross country team came “oh so close” to advancing to the New Haven semi-state. Seven points was all that separated the Bears from a 5th place finish and getting their ticket punched to the next level. However, it was an outstanding performance to finish 5th at the Delta Regional and sophomores Conner

14 best times recorded by JH Bears in win over Driver

Monroe Central’s boys junior high cross country team remained undefeated Monday at Goodrich Park as they defeated Driver Middle School. Coach Lesley Moulton said, “After hard work during last week’s difficult practices, 23 of the 30 runners accomplished personal bests during the meet.” The boys team just missed the sweep with a score of 16. Personal bests