Monroe Central Girls 7th Grade Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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7th grade ladies end show improvement in finale

Eastern Hancock snapped Monroe Central’s 7th grade girls 3-game winning streak during their season finale Tuesday. The Royals defeated the 7th grade Lady Bears, 37-11. “(We) played a good game, and played hard until the end,” said Coach Emmarae Roberts. “The Lady Bears have improved a lot since the beginning of the season. They got better

7th grade Ladies win 2nd straight; 8th grade loses first game

Monroe Central hosted Union City in a pair of junior high games last night and split with the Lady Indians. The 7th grade Lady Bears won against Union City, 19-18. “The Lady Bears played an excellent game. They were able to handle a close game and get the win,” said Coach Emmarae Roberts who led

7th grade Ladies collect first win

Monroe Central’s 7th grade Lady Bears got their first win tonight against Richmond Dennis, 28-3. “The Lady Bears played an excellent game with great defense,” said Coach Emmarae Roberts. Lydia Price scored 8, Caylie Newsome and Leah Osbourne both scored 6, Kristin Northcutt scored 4, and Sophie Budreau and Kelsie Gaddis each scored 2 points. The

7th grade shows improvement in tournament

Monroe Central’s 7th grade girls basketball team continued to show improvement Saturday despite a pair of losses in the MC Invitational. In their first game of the invitational, the Lady Bears lost to Southern Wells, 32-7. The leading scorers were Leah Osborne and Lydia Price. In their second game of the day, the Lady Bears

3rd ranked Lady Bears host Northeastern in home opener tonight

It’s been a week since Monroe Central’s girls have played after winning their first two games by a combined 95 points. Tonight they play their first home game of the year against an up and coming team from Northeastern, whom MC beat by 50 a year ago. This could be the Lady Bears first test

JH Lady Bears split with Driver in season openers

Monroe Central’s junior high Lady Bears opened the season Monday night splitting with county rival Driver. The 8th grade Lady Bears won by a score of 30-25. “We handled the pressure of the Hawks late in the game by hitting our free throws down the stretch. We played outstanding defense and the win was a total team effort,”

JV Ladies defeat Wes-Del, 50-16, to go to 2-0

Sophomores Ally Morrison and Tori Gill combined for 18 points to lead the Monroe Central JV ladies to a 50-16 win over Wes-Del Tuesday night. The JV Lady Bears led 12-4 after one quarter and posted a 22-8 halftime advantage. MC outscored Wes-Del 19-2 in the 3rd quarter to build the lead to 41-10 before

2nd ranked Lady Bears travel to Wes-Del; game will be on internet

Monroe Central’s 2nd ranked Lady Bears will go on the road again Tuesday evening trying for a 2-0 start on the year and in the conference at Wes-Del. Three Lady Bears hit double-figures a week ago as MC opened the year with a 50-point win at Cowan. MC’s defense held Cowan to 23 points and

Lady Bears tied for 2nd in polls, receive 1st place vote

Monroe Central’s girls basketball team has moved up in the polls after just one game. The Lady Bears went on the road to defeat Cowan 73-23 in their opener and post the 11th best offensive average, 6th best defensive average and 5th best winning margin in the state. The win also propelled MC to a

4th ranked Lady Bears roll in season opener, 73-23

When you go 24-3, reach the regional final, and do not lose a single player from a year ago, what do you do? You open the season with a 50-point win. Tuesday night the 4th ranked Lady Bears opened the season and conference play with a 73-23 win over a young Cowan team. \ Coach