Monroe Central Boys Middle School Baseball

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Bears climb into Top 15 with 3-0 start to the year

Monroe Central has climbed into the Class 2A Top 15 with their 3-0 start to the baseball season. The Bears are in the honorable mention part of the poll after sweeping Elwood and Tri-Central Saturday at Ball State University. MEC foe Wapahani is also in the honorable mention despite a 1-3 record, while sectional foe

Bears sweep Trojans, Panthers with 7th inning rallies @ BSU

Saturday was a beautiful day for baseball – and if like you drama in your baseball – fans got plenty at Ball State University. In a rare event, all three games on the day were decided in the bottom of the 7th inning. The opener saw Monroe Central win 5-4 over Tri-Central; Elwood then did

MC to host Elwood, Tri-Central Saturday at BSU; reschedule dates

This Saturday Monroe Central will host a tripleheader at Ball State University with Elwood and Tri-Central. The first game starts at 11 a.m. with the host Golden Bears facing Tri-Central. Game two will see Tri-Central and Elwood play and the finale will pit Elwood and the Golden Bears. The Golden Bears will start infield at

JV Bears fall in opener at New Castle, 9-8

Monroe Central’s junior varsity baseball team opened the season Tuesday at New Castle and lost in a close game, 9-8. Coach Bracken Barga said, “It was a great team effort and a hard fought game the whole way through. Keith Friddle pitched two innings and Chandler Hoel pitched four innings.”

Bears hit, pitch, steal way to season opening win

Tucker Young and Tyler Haney retired the final 16 Centerville hitters in the game; Wyatt Snyder went yard; and Monroe Central stole 7 bases on their way to a 5-1 win over the Bulldogs in their 2017 opener. Young, a junior, started and threw 5 solid innings. He gave up a double and single and

Bears to host 1-0 Bulldogs tonight at 5

Monroe Central’s baseball team is set to open the year tonight if Mother Nature cooperates. The Golden Bears will host the Centerville Bulldogs (1-0) who opened the season Saturday with an 8-2 win over Seton Catholic. The Bears will travel Wednesday to face the Class 1A defending champions and 5th ranked Daleville Broncos before going

Baseball Pitch Count Rule Approved by Executive Committee

The IHSAA Executive Committee unanimously approved amending Rule 51‐4 of the by‐laws setting specific limits on the number of pitches a baseball player may throw at the varsity and sub‐varsity levels and a required amount of rest in between appearances on the mound. No pitcher may throw more than 120 pitches in a varsity level game/calendar day

Pitch count for baseball mandated; IHSAA will vote this October

The NFHS mandated this past year that all states adopt a pitch count rule for baseball. This rule will be enforced with the start of the 2016-17 school year. On August 8th, a committee of ten baseball coaches met and composed the information below of the baseball pitch count for Indiana. The proposed rule was presented

Bears fall in Senior Day twinbill

It was Alumni Day. It was Senior Day. And it was the last weekend before sectional starts. The last bit of that means there were a lot of pitchers and a lot of runs between Monroe Central and Frankton. The Eagles swept the twinbill 11-2 and 12-11 where a combined 15 pitchers took the hill.

Waphani strikes late to beat Bears, 8-2

For 5 innings it was a good ‘ole fashioned pitcher’s duel. Then the offense’s came alive as Wapahani scored 5 times in the top of the 7th to pull out an 8-2 win over Monroe Central. Seniors Brayton Miller for the Golden Bears and Zack Thompson for Wapahani each pitched 5 scoreless innings Thursday evening.