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JH Wrestlers go Back-2-Back with County titles

The Monroe Central Jr. High wrestling team won the Randolph County Tourney for the second year in a row. The Bears defeated Driver, Randolph Southern, and Union City to capture the crown Wednesday night. County Champs for the Bears were: AJ Heskett Dorian Weesner Peyton Tinsman Jonah Jones Dominic Morrison Joel Kennedy Brady Hiatt Payton

MC JH wrestlers go 3-0 at Tri

The Jr High wrestling team went 3-0 last night beating: Eastern Hancock 48-37 Tri Jr. High 60 – 24 Union City 59-18 Compiling the best records on the night were: Dorian Weesner 3-0 Jonah Jones 3-0 Peyton Tinsman 1-0 Dominick Morrison 1-0 Hunter Page 2-1 Joel Kennedy 3-0 Brady Hiatt 3-0 Payton Miller 2-1  

MC finishes 3rd in MEC meet; Hiatt named Outstanding Wrestler

Monroe Central was the site of the Junior High MEC wrestling tournament Thursday night. Daleville took the title with 522 points and 7 champions. Cowan was 2nd at 420 points with 4 champions and Monroe Central finished 3rd with 352 points and 4 champions. Wes-Del was 4th with 248 points and 2 champions, Eastern Hancock

JH Bears fall just short at Daleville

The Monroe Central Jr High wrestling team fell short at Daleville last night, 54-48. Forfeits caught up with the Bears but winners for the Jr. High were: Dorian Weesner Jonah Jones Dominick Morrison Joel Kennedy Brady Hiatt The JH Bears will host East Jay on Monday at 5:30 p.m.

JH Wrestlers go 2-1 in triangular meet

The Monroe Central Jr. High Wrestling team competed in a triple dual last night at Union City and finished 2-1.  MC  beat Blue River 72-6 and Union City 66-24, while falling to Yorktown 54-42. Individual results are below: Dorian Weesner went undefeated Zach Nuckles won 2 and lost 1 Jonah Jones went undefeated Peyton Tinsman went undefeated

JH wrestlers open with 69-18 win over Driver

Not losing a single match, Monroe Central’s junior high wrestling team defeated Driver Thursday night, 69-18, in their season opener. Driver’s points all came from forfeits in weight classes the Bears currently do not have filled. MC won 3 matches by forfeit as well then outscored Driver 51-0 in actual matches. Winning by pins on

Jones goes 5-0 as MC Wrestlers open at Elwood Invitational

Monroe Central’s wrestling team opened Saturday at the Elwood 10-team invitational. The team score was affected by many wrestlers still playing football. However, several individuals did very well during the day against some good competition. “We had a tough day with only filling seven out of fourteen weight classes,” said Coach Kevin Driskill. After a bye

Jones claims title; JH Bears 9th out of 16 with some big wins

Monroe Central junior high wrestlers may have had their biggest challenge of the year Saturday facing some of the stiffest competition around, Travelling to Franklin Cetral they were to face Carmel, Perry Meridian, Ben Davis, Pike, Southport, Noblesville, Franklin Central, Center Grove, Fishers, Decatur Central, Martinsville, just to name a few, The JH Bears held

JH Bear wrestlers end dual season 20-2; travel to Franklin Central Saturday

The Monroe Central junior high wrestling team finished their dual meet season Thursday night beating West Jay, 78-3, and then beating Muncie South, 61 – 21. One night after claiming the Randolph County championship, the JH Bears ended the dual season with a 20-2 record. “Too many winners to list,” said coach Scott Ritchie. “I

JH Bears to compete in 16-team invitational this Saturday

Monroe Central’s junior high wrestling team will end its season Saturday at Franklin Township Middle School East in a 16-team invitational that starts at 8 a.m. The first round will be from 8 to 10 a.m. with the second round 10 a.m. to noon and the third round noon to 2 p.m. All three rounds