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Lady Bears ‘get redemption’ in first ever semi-state appearance

Coach Ron Braun was quick to point out reasons for celebration to the Monroe Central girls’ cross country team upon arrival back at the team tent Saturday at the New Haven semi-state. In speaking of the team’s lone senior Aubrey Norris, Braun said, “she was right there at the mile. She gave a hundred percent

MC senior Aubrey Norris named Randolph Co. Athlete of the Week

Monroe Central senior Aubrey Norris has had a great week finishing 4th in the Delta cross country regional and leading the Lady Bears to the semi-state for the very first time. That effort has been recognized as Norris has been named the Randolph County “Athlete of the Week” sponsored by WZZY/Star 98.3FM in Winchester and the Wetzel Auto

Cross Country teams geared up for New Haven Semi-State

Saturday history will be made at the IHSAA Semi-State hosted by New Haven as both Monroe Central boys and girls cross country  teams will compete. The semi-state will be at the IPFW complex in Fort Wayne with the boys race at 1 p.m. and the girls slated for 1:45 p.m. For the Lady Bears, who finished

Lady Bears to make first-ever semi-state appearance

Monroe Central’s girls cross country team made history Saturday morning as they qualified for their first-ever trip to the semi-state. Yorktown won the team title with 43 points, while the other four schools advancing include Pendleton Heights with 68 points, Delta with 114, Mt. Vernon with 119, and Monroe Central with 127 points. Rounding out

Cross Country ‘family’ shows why program is so strong

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” -Henry Ford “The strength of the team is each member. The strength of each member is the team.” Phil Jackson “Individual commitment to a group effort – that’s what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.”

JH Ladies capture County crown

The Monroe Central girls’ junior high cross country team won the Randolph County Championship Thursday evening. MC had a score of 19, Driver had a score of 54, and Randolph Southern had 61 points. Every single girl had a season PR (personal record). Karly Puckett was the overall champion for the girls in 12:15,1.   Five

JH Ladies run past Driver, 17-46

The junior high cross country team hosted a meet against Driver Monday night.  Both teams had marginal victories.  The girls team won by a score of 17-46.     Karly Puckett was the overall winner.  She was followed by Gracie Baker (2nd), Katie Osborne (3rd), Addison Coe (5th), Addy Puckett (6th), Ariana Poe (7th), Kelsie Gaddis (8th)

Lady Bears place 3rd at Sectional, advance to Delta Regional

Monroe Central’s girls’ cross country team placed 3rd last weekend in the Delta Sectional at the Sports Plex advancing to the Regional. Delta won the title with 55 points, edging runner-up Randolph Southern with 60 points and Monroe Central in 3rd with 88 points. The two other teams advancing were Muncie Burris in 4th place

MC runners seek to advance from Saturday’s sectional

IHSAA Delta Sectional 16 will be held at the Muncie Sports Plex with the boys running at 10 a.m. and the girls race at 10:45 a.m. Teams participating include Cowan, Delta, Jay County, Monroe Central, Muncie Burris, Muncie Central, Randolph Southern, Union (Modoc), Union City, Wapahani, Wes-Del, and Winchester Community. The top 10 individuals from non‐advancing

JH Ladies sweep 3-way with new MEC teams

Karly Puckett led Monroe Central’s girls cross country team to a 3-way victory at Eastern Hancock on Tuesday. The JH Lady Bears had 21 points followed by Shenandoah with 62 and Eastern Hancock a distant third. Puckett won the race in 12:53, while Grace Baker was 3rd, Katie Osborne 4th, Addison Coe 6th, and Addy