Monroe Central Boys Middle School Track

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Bears fare well at Regional, earn school best placing

The Monroe Central Boys Varsity track team completed their season last night at the Indianapolis North Central Regional by placing 16th in a field of 30 teams. It is believed to be a school best placing for the Bears, according to coach Preston Proctor.  Senior Andrew Pierce completed his career by placing fifth in a

JH Bears run to County championship

The junior high boys track team finished their season Wednesday night as Randolph County Champions! Monroe Central won the title for the first time in 4 years and it came down the 4 x 400 which was the last race. With the Bears trailing by 2 points, a win and a Driver second place finish

Bears finish 2nd in MEC; MC sweeps relays, Mitchell and Earls win 3 events

The Monroe Central boys’ varsity track team placed 2nd to a tough Wapahani team Tuesday night in the MEC Championships at Cowan High School. Junior Nick Mitchell won both hurdle events and sophomore Braydon Earls won the 200 m dash. The Bears dominated the 4 x 800, 4 x 100, and the 4 x 400

JH Bears sweep Union, Seton, Randolph Southern

Monroe Central’s boys junior high track team finished their regular season Monday night with a big 4-way win over Randolph Southern, Union and Seton. First place finishers last night for the Bears were Brady Hiatt (400, Shot Put, 4 x 400 relay), Isaac Morgan (100, 200, 4 x 400 relay), and Joe Foster (High Jump). Second

Bears run to 5th straight County championship

The Monroe Central varsity track team won their fifth consecutive Randolph County Championship Wednesday night at Union City. Despite dealing with injury and rain, the Bears dominated the meet by scoring 118 points to Winchester’s second place of 90 points. Individual champions for the boys were: -Sophomore Kamron Caldwell in the long jump. -Sophomore Zane

JH Bears place 4th at Blue River

The Monroe Central junior high boys track team placed 4th in a tough field of teams on Wednesday night at Blue River Valley in some very cold and rainy conditions. Joing the host Vikings and the Bears were Hagerstown and Tri. Top finishers for the Bears were Isaac Morgan (2nd in the 110 hurdles, 3rd

Bears sweep 4-way; finish undefeated for 3rd year in a row

The Monroe Central boys track team finished their regular season with a 8-0 record by defeating Yorktown, Daleville and Seton Catholic in a blustery, d cold meet held at Monroe Central Monday evening. This marks the third consecutive season where the Bears have finished their dua l / triangular / quad season by going undefeated.

Hiatt wins 4 events, JH Bears defeat Daleville, 52-48

After a tough night Tuesday facing two very good teams, West Jay and Selma, the JH Golden Bears came back Wednesday with a vengeance. The Bears defeated Daleville by a score of 52-48. First place finishers for the Bears were: Brady Hiatt (400, Discus, Shot Put and 4 x 4 relay); Isaac Morgan (100 and 200);

Bears sweep Tri, Winchester to stay undefeated

The Monroe Central boys varsity track moved to 5-0 on the season by defeating Winchester and Tri-High by a score of 83-53-17 Tuesday evening. Senior Andrew Pierce ran a wind assisted area best 100 m Dash and 200 m dash time and anchored an area best 4 x 100 Relay time of 44:08. Junior Nick