Monroe Central Boys 7th Grade Basketball

  • Overall Record: 4 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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JV rally comes up short in 62-57 loss

Winchester and Monroe Central each put up 25 points in a quarter in a high-scoring junior varsity game Thursday night. Winchester built a 21 point lead at one time and led 39-21 at the half. Monroe Central fought all the way back and tied the game at 53 in the 4th quarter before the Falcons

C team rallies to beat Vikings in OT

Rallying from a 5-point deficit in the 4th quarter to force overtime Wednesday night, Monroe Central’s C team went on to defeat Blue River Valley, 42-39. Mason Merchand hit a 3-pointer with just seconds left on the clock to force the overtime.  In the extra period, the Bears held Blue River to one field goal while

Bears stay ranked 8th, face rival Winchester on Thursday

Monroe Central’s boys basketball team currently has the longest winning streak in the state at 17 straight games. The Golden Bears remained ranked 8th after a weekend sweep of conference foes Blue River and Randolph Southern. The Golden Bears post the 27th best defensive average of 45.72 and the state’s 27th best margin of victory

7th grade finishes at 15-6; 8th grade takes finale, 44-23

In their season finale, Monroe Central’s junior high boys swept West Jay Monday night. The 7th grade b rapped up their season last night with a win 33-32 over West Jay to finish 15-6 on the year. Rhody Braun had 11 points, while Gavin Smithson netted 10. Caleb Snyder scored 6 and with 2 each

C team defeats Knightstown, 39-23

After holding Knightstown to 9 points and only 2 field goals in the first half, Monroe Central’s C team went on to win Monday night, 39-23. Colton Bradley led the team with 20 points followed by Roman Braun, Mason Merchand and Chandler Hoel with 5 each. The Bears travel to Blue River on Wednesday for a

8th ranked Bears win 17th straight, beat Rebels 72-54

Saturday’s County Tourney rematch between Randolph Southern and 8th ranked Monroe Central had a similar feel to it – until the second half. The fired up Rebels came out at their Homecoming on fire as sophomore forward Alex Wigginton scored 10 first quarter points (4-of-4 field goals), not missing a shot, and having Southern in

JV Bears roll over Rebels, 56-30

A quick start by the JV Bears Saturday night led to a 56-30 victory over Randolph Southern. Monroe Central got off to a 17-8 first quarter lead and after outscoring the Rebels, 21-5, in the 3rd quarter led 45-21. MC outscored Randolph Southern, 11-9, the final seven minutes. It was a balanced effort by the

7th grade Bears claim County title

Monroe Central’s 7th grade Bears captured the Randolph County tourney title Saturday at Winchester. The Bears defeated Union City in the semi-finals, 48-30, as Gavin Smithson scored 24 points. Rhody Braun and Joel Kennedy each scored 6 in the game. “We had a slow start but played a perfect second half only allowing 13 points,”

8th grade Bears battle, finish 2nd in County Tourney

Monroe Central’s 8th grade boys had the long way to go to win the Randolph County Tournament. Despite great effort, the Bears fell just short of their goal Saturday. After advancing to the semi-finals with a win over Union City on Wednesday, MC defeated Randolph Southern, 39-29, to reach the finals. The win avenged an

#8 Bears take 60-46 win over BRV on Homecoming – that’s 16 in a row!

Friday’s second half saw 8th ranked Monroe Central erupt outscoring Blue River Valley, 39-20, to erase a halftime deficit and earn a 60-46 victory. The Homecoming win extended the school record win streak to 16 games. MC trailed at both the first stops 13-12 and 26-21 to the Vikings. Dustin Brown, who was crowned Homecoming