Monroe Central Boys Middle School Baseball

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Bears advance to County Final with 13-1 win over UC Indians

Monroe Central got off to a quick start Wednesday night and never took their foot off the gas in defeating Union City in the Randolph County semi-finals, 13-1. Due to the spring weather and all the scheduling challenges, the championship game will be the regularly scheduled game at Winchester on Wednesday, May 17. The Falcons

Bears to play Shenandoah in Lapel Sectional opener

The IHSAA announced pairings for the 2017 baseball tournament this evening. Monroe Central (11-5) will play the first game of the Class 2A Lapel Sectional against Shenandoah (6-8) on Wednesday, May 24 starting at 5 p.m. The second game that night will pit Muncie Burris (0-9) against Wapahani (9-9). Those winners will play the first

Bears stay in MEC race with 15-7 win over Wes-Del

A pair of big innings lifted Monroe Central to an MEC victory Wednesday evening over Wes-Del, 15-7. The Bears stayed in the race for the MEC crown improving to 2-1 and 11-5 overall. Daleville is currently 4-0 in the MEC and Wapahani is second at 4-1. After the Warriors jumped out to a 3-0 lead,

Bears improve to 10-5 with win over Tri

Monroe Central sophomore Tyler Haney threw six strong innings Tuesday night and the Golden Bears defeated Tri, 6-2. The Bears got on the board in the 3rd inning when Seth Wilson and Logan Conklin got back to back RBI hits. MC added four runs over the fifth and sixth innings as Brady Jones had an

Defending state champ Broncos hand MC first MEC loss

Daleville scored 8 unearned runs Monday evening as the Class A 8th ranked defending champion Broncos defeated Monroe Central, 10-3. The Broncos took advantage of their opportunities and put up a 7-spot in the second inning. After the Bears scored all 3 of their runs in the 3rd, Daleville tagged on their final 3 in

Bears blank Burris Owls, 10-0, to improve to 9-4

Senior Derek Goodman fired a complete game shutout Wednesday evening and the offense produced 10 runs on 10 hits in a 10-0 victory over Muncie Burris. The Bears, now 9-4, jumped out to 1 4-0 lead in the first inning then added 3 runs in each the 4th and 5th innings to end the game

JV Bears rally past Bluffton, 7-6

Monroe Central’s scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 7th Tuesday evening to defeat Bluffton, 7-6. The JV Bears led 4-0 early and led 5-2 entering the final inning when the Tigers rallied with 4 runs to take a 6-5 lead. In thew bottom of the 7th, MC squeezed in the tying

Knights score 10 times in last 3 innings to beat Bears, 12-7

Northeastern took advantage of their opportunities Monday night and scored 10 times in their final 3 at-bats to snap Monroe Central’s 4-game win streak, 12-7. The Bears took a 1-0 lead when Logan Conklin singled, stole second and scored on Brady Jones’ triple. MC added three more runs in the second when Casey Conatser and

Bears rally in 7th to sweep AC; win streak extended to 4

For the second time this year Monroe Central swept a doubleheader – and did so in heroic fashion. In the twinbill opener, senior Derek Goodman held Adams Central to one run over 6 innings in a 7-3 win. Game two saw the Bears use a 3-run 7th inning erasing an early 5-1 deficit to win