Monroe Central Boys Varsity Cross Country

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JH Bears take 11 of top 12 spots, sweep Shenandoah, Eastern Hancock

Monroe Central’s boys cross country team not only got a perfect score by finishing 1-2-3-4-5, but they also took 11 of the top 12 spots at Eastern Hancock Tuesday night. The JH Bears won the meet with 15 points, beating Shenandoah with 76 and Eastern Hancock with 99. Carter Miller wom the race in 11:16,

JH Bears win 2nd straight MEC title; Miller takes 1st

Monroe Central’s junior high boys cross country team placed five in the top 10 finishers Saturday at Blue River to win the MEC title. Last year was the inaugural year for the MEC at the junior high level, and the Bears have won both titles. A score of 22 led to the title for MC,

Bears take 3rd, 19 points behind MEC champion Raiders

Wapahani took 3 of the top 4 spots in Saturday’s MEC cross country championship at Blue River to capture the title. The Raiders edged out the host Vikings, 44-50, and Monroe Central took 3rd with 63 points. Rounding out the rest of the MEC field were Eastern Hancock 89, Cowan 116, Randolph Southern 148, Daleville

Bears win County title for 9th year in a row

The MC boys cross country team had an excellent showing last night at the Randolph County Meet. The boys walked away with their 9th straight Randolph County Championship. The Bears won with 31 points, Winchester had 54 points, Randolph Southern 70, and Union City 85. The boys had 5 finishers in the top 10 receiving

JH Bears go 2-3-4-5 in sweep of 4-way

The Monroe Central boys cross country team won a 4-way meet Monday night with 22 points. West Jay had 56 points followed by hagerstown with 76 and Burris with 86. Carter Miller battled it out during the entire race and finished 2nd. He was followed by Tucker Burris (3rd), Caden Landis (4th), Eli Chamberlain (5th),

Cross country times for the week

Tonight’s JH cross country meet with Muncie Burris, Hagerstown and West Jay has been moved to 5:30 p.m. due to travel time and when two of the schools can get on a bus. Tomorrow’s Randolph County high school championship will be run at 5 p.m. with the boys race first followed by the girls. Saturday’s

JH runners sweep 4-way meet

The Monroe Central junior high cross country teams battled the heat Thursday night at Union in a 4-way meet with Union, Wes-Del, and East Jay.   The girls team won the meet, after tying for points with East Jay, but winning the tie-breaker by looking at 6th runner times.   Gracie Baker was the top

Cross Country team sweeps 3-way; Miller, Norris take titles

Monroe Central cross country teams swept meets at Cowan Tuesday evening, as Conner Miller and Aubrey Norris won individually as well. The boys swept the meet with 15 points, while Cowan had 44 and Wes-Del 80. Miller won in a time of 18:12, while Dalton Winans was 2nd (18:31), Zane Kear was 3rd (18:32), Riley

JH Bears take 2nd, JH Ladies get 3rd at Selma Invitational

The  junior high cross country teams ran in the Selma Invitational last Friday.   The girls team finished 3rd out of 15 teams.   Karly Puckett was the top finisher for the girls at 6th place. Katie Osborne also earned a medal with her 12th place finish.   Other runners for the girls team were:

Bear runners 2nd out of 12 at South Adams

Two points was all that separated Monroe Central’s boys’ cross country team from the title at South Adams Saturday. Wabash won the team title with 92 points, while MC was 2nd with 94 points. Rounding out the field were Heritage 103, Eastbrook 127, Parkway (OH) 130, South Adams 139, Northfield 181, Winchester 183, Southern Wells 201,