Monroe Central Girls 7th Grade Basketball

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

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JV Ladies go 1-1 at Wapahani

Wednesday morning the Monroe Central junior varsity girls basketball team split two games in the Wapahani JV Classic. In the 2nd game of the year Jay County slipped past MC in overtime. Wednesday the Jay County JV edged MC by a 35-33 count. Coaches noted going 19-of-30 from the foul line as one reason of

BRV too much for JH Ladies

Blue River traveled to Monroe Central Monday evening and swept the home team in a pair of girls junior high basketball games. The MC Ladies fell short in the 7th grade game, 30-14. Macy Shinn led the Lady Bears with 5 points. Blue River took the 8th grade game by a score of 48-9. Taryn

Lady Bears – Blue River game to be made up Jan. 16

A make up date for the Blue River at Monroe Central girls basketball game has been set. The game has been rescheduled for Monday, January 16 at 6 p.m. JV will tip off at 6 p.m. with varsity to follow. The game was postponed this past Saturday due to the inclement weather.

Lady Bears remained ranked 8th; JV plays at Wapahani Wednesday

Despite a setback last week at Lapel, Monroe Central’s girls basketball team remained ranked 8th in the Class 2A polls. The Lady Bears are now 10-2 and stayed in the 8th position of the ICGSA polls. MC will play next in the South Adams tourney on Friday, December 30. The Lady Bears will face a

Lapel gets by 8th ranked Lady Bears; JV falls on buzzer-beater

The Monroe Central Lady Bears traveled to Lapel last night and were swept by the Lady Bulldogs. The Lady Bears¬†played a good first half but the third quarter was a different story. “Lapel outscored us 13-5¬†in the third quarter and we never recovered,” said Coach Leigh Ann Barga. The game was deadlocked at 23 at

Lady Bears jump to 8th in the Class 2A poll

Monroe Central’s 9-game winning streak and 10-1 start to the 2016-17 campaign has started to grab some attention. Today’s ICGSA Class 2A poll has moved the Lady Bears from honorable mention a week ago to No. 8 this week. The Lady Bears defensive average is 4th in the state at 28.27, while the marging of

Lady Bears win 9th in a row, defeating Yorktown 62-36

Monroe Central relied on some pressure defense to open the 2nd half Thursday night and blew open the game en route to a 62-36 victory over Yorktown. After opening with a 17-7 lead after one stop, MC watched as Yorktown climbed back within 21-15 in the second. Consecutive three-pointers from sophomore Jordyn Barga right before

JV Ladies taken down Yorktown, 34-25

An 18-point first quarter sparked the Monroe Central JV Lady Bears Thursday night as they defeated Yorktown on the road, 34-25. After jumping out to an 18-3 first quarter lead, Yorktown cut the deficit to 20-12 by halftime. The JV Ladies blanked Yorktown in the 3rd quarter in extending their lead to 30-12. The Tigers

7th grade Ladies down Liberty Christian; 8th grade falls short

Monroe Central’s 7th grade girls basketball team picked up a big win Thursday night, as they defeated Liberty Christian by a score of 42-12. Catherine Duncan led the Lady Bears with 19 points in the win. The 8th grade continue to improve but fell short to the Lady Lions, 32-13. Taryn Armour led MC with

Lady Bears go for 9 in a row at Yorktown Thursday

Monroe Central’s Class 2A honorable mention Lady Bears head to Yorktown Thursday night in search of their 9th win in a row. The Lady Bears, off to their best start in over 15 years, boast the 4th best defensive average in the state (27.50), and 9th best margin of victory (30.90). MC also had the