Monroe Central Girls Varsity Basketball

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Lady Bears claim 3rd straight MEC, finish state best 23-0

Three weeks ago to the date, Monroe Central claimed the Randolph County title with a 48-39 win over Randolph Southern (16-6). Saturday night the Lady Bears put an exclamation mark on regular season perfection by beating those same Lady Rebels, 59-28. It was senior night in The Den and the Lady Bears got off to a

JV wins finale 40-14 to end season undefeated

Saturday night Monroe Central’s junior varsity ended their season with a 40-14 win over Randolph Southern to finish with an unblemished 20-0 mark. An outstanding feat for the JV Ladies was in their final 12 quarters of the year, MC blanked their opponents in 5 of those quarters. The JV Ladies got off to a

Lady Bears win by 50, improve to 22-0

Monroe Central is one win away from a conference title and a perfect regular season after defeating Union Thursday night, 61-11. The 4th ranked Lady Bears constantly rotated line-ups in improving to 8-0 in the MEC and 22-0 on the year. MC started off 19-2 after one quarter and led 37-6 at the half. Continuing

No pre-sale tickets for sectional; Session tickets available first two nights only

Tickets for  the girls basketball sectional will be available only at Frankton school on the night of the games. There will be no pre-sale tickets. Admission for all sessions is $10 and will be sold at the door on Tuesday, January 30 and Friday, February 2. Single sessions tickets will also be sold all 3

4th ranked Lady Bears 30-point win gets mark to 21-0

The offense was clicking Tuesday night as the 4th ranked Lady Bears defeated Delta by a 76-46 count. Monroe Central extended the best record in the state to 21-0. The Lady Bears jumped out to a 25-5 first quarter lead and never looked back. Senior Abigail McGrath scored 7 points in the 2nd quarter as

Abigail McGrath named Randolph Co AOTW

Abigail McGrath recently made All-County, won the Gary Horner Sportsmanship Award, and just Saturday became the career leading scorer for Monroe Central and has been named Randolph County “Athlete of the Week”, sponsored by WZZY/Star 98.3FM in Winchester and the Wetzel Auto Group. Abigail helped the Lady Bears to a 2nd straight County Championship early in

Lady Bears have big 3-0 week to post 20-0 mark; McGrath breaks scoring record

Saturday Monroe Central’s 3rd ranked Lady Bears capped a big 3-0 week. The Lady Bears defeated 11th ranked Frankton by double-digits on Monday and MEC foe Wapahani on Wednesday. Saturday the Lady Bears defeated Blackford to get to 20-0 and senior Abigail McGrath broke the school’s career scoring record. In the 2nd quarter at Blackford,

#3 Lady Bears host 11th ranked Frankton Monday night

Monroe Central’s Lady Bear basketball team (17-0) is one of only 2 undefeated teams left in the state, and this week came out tied for 3rd in the Class 2A poll with Eastern (Pekin) who is 14-3. Monday night will be a great sectional preview as the 3rd ranked Lady Bears host 11th ranked Frankton.

8th grade Lady Bears sweep West Jay, Selma – now 11-0

Monroe Central’s junior high girls opened their 2017-18 with back-to-back wins on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. The 8th grade Lady Bears pulled out an exciting win to beat the Braves in overtime by a score of 27-24 on Wednesday. “The Lady Bears never quit and would not be denied this victory,” said coach Bracken

Lady Bears still ranked 3rd despite posting best record in the state

Monroe Central’s girls just improved to 17-0 after winning back-to-back County titles and defeating another Top 10 team for the 2nd time this year. However, the Lady Bears remain in 3rd place in the Class 2A poll.   The Lady Bears have the best record in the state and are one of only two remaining