Monroe Central Boys Middle School Track

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JH Bears repeat as County champions

The Monroe Central junior high boys track team won their 2nd straight Randolph County Championship last night defeating 2nd place Driver, by 7 points. The Bears won with 82 points, Driver was 2nd at 75, Union City 54, Union 29, and Randolph Southern 8. “The night was filled with outstanding performances and personal records,” said

JH Bears split triangular at Union City

Monroe central’s junior high boys track team fell one point short of a sweep Monday night at Union City. The host Indians won the meet with 58.5 points edging the JH Bears with 57.5 and placing 3rd was Inspire Academy with 10 points. Winners on the night were Isaac Morgan (200), Carter Miller (800, 1600),

Royals run past JH Bears

The Monroe Central junior high boys track team lost to an impressive Eastern Hancock team last evening. “The night was filled with many personal records but the Royals were still too strong,” said Coach Ross Braun. First place finishers on the night were Carter Miller (1600 and 800), Brady Hiatt (400 and shot put) and Briar

JH Bears sweep 4-way meet , improve to 11-3

The Monroe Central junior high boys placed first in a 4-way meet last night at home defeating Union, Randolph Southern and Seton. Monroe Central won with a score of 87, Seton was 2nd at 48, Union came in 3rd at 22 and Randolph Southern had 20 points. First place finishers on the night were Isaac

JH Bears win over Daleville; Hiatt breaks school record

Monroe Central’s jr. high boys track team improved their record to 7-2 Wednesday night with a 63-37 win over Daleville. “The team had 23 personal records on the night showing off their hard work and determination to get better,” said Coach Ross Braun. Top finishers were Stetson Bennett in the 110 hurdles, Carter Miller in the

JH Bears defeat Driver Hawks, 54-46

Monroe Central’s boys’track team improved their record last night with a 54-46 victory over the Driver Hawks. “The meet was won with a combined team effort filled with season best times and distances,” said Coach Ross Braun. First place finishers for the night were Isaac Morgan in the 200 and on the 4 x 400 relay

JH Bears cap 3 straight meets with 2nd place finish in 4-way

The Monroe Central jr. high boys track season started this week with 3 straight meets. The team finished their week going 4-2 only losing to two very talented Selma and West Jay teams. Thursday the JH Bears fell short against West Jay 73-67 but defeated Blackford (37) and Wes-Del (19). First place finishers for the

JH Bears takes 1st in every event in sweep of Cowan, Inspire

Monroe Central’s Junior High Boys Track team won every event Wednesday night in a sweep of conference rival Cowan and Inspire Academy. The Bears won with 88 points, Cowan scored 24 and with 16 was Inspire. First place finishes went to Haston Cope (110 hurdles), Isaac Morgan (100 and 200 M Dash), Carter Miller (800

Wilson twins HM Academic All-State

Seniors Joshua and Jacob Wilson have been named the 2017 IATCC Honorable Mention Academic All-State list. Participating in distance and field events, the Wilsons helped MC win the County track meet, placed 2nd in the MEC, and go undefeated in dual meets for the 3rd year in a row.

Nick Mitchell named 1st team Academic All-State

Monroe Central junior Nick Mitchell has been named First Team Academic All-State for Track & Field June 2017 by the IATCC. Mitchell broke the school record for the 300 meter hurdles this spring, advanced to the regional in both hurdles events, and helped the 4 x 100 relay team advance to North Central and break the