Full Steam Ahead!

The Mississinewa Indians are in the middle of their seasons. Multiple matches/games a week and tough schedules ahead make it a very busy time of year. Talking to all of the coaches, their teams continue to work hard and strive to get better everyday. The ups and downs will come, but how will they respond ?

The football team needs to respond in a big way. After defeating Madison-Grant last year by a HUGE margin, the football team traveled to their cross county rival this past week and took a very tough loss by a score of 27 to 6. Players and coaches were at a loss for words after the game. Madison-Grant has gotten a lot better, but the Indians know they let this one get away. They will look to bounce back this week against another cross county rival in the Oak Hill Golden Eagles. This will not be an easy matchup, but the Indians are looking to respond in the right way. Kick-off is at 7pm on September 9th here at Fisher Field.

Both of the soccer teams continue their success early in the season. Both boys and girls defeated Muncie Central last night. 1 to 0 for the boys and 3 to 1 for the girls. Both teams are fighting hard and are looking to capture the schools first Sectional championship for either team. With the way things are starting out, they both have a great shot at doing just that.

The Tennis team is in a rebuild. With a new head coach and with the team losing its top 5 players from the year before to graduation, the team is building upon each match. Coach Jerod May likes what he has seen from his guys this year. Even in the losses, “my guys know how to fight until the very end,” says Coach May. They picked up a big 4 to 1 win last night and look to start a winning streak next week!

Another team in need of a response is the volleyball team. A very young squad has had a very rough go of things early on in the season. Only winning 2 to 3 matches so far, new Head Coach Victoria Dittmar still likes where her team is headed. “We have a young team, but they work hard every practice and strive to be better. Just have to get the small details in place still.”

Be sure to check in throughout the season for updates !

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Opening Week is Here!

Today’s TribeSportsReport posted by Derric Gowan.

This week, Spring Sports kick off their seasons at Mississinewa High School.

Girl’s Tennis gets underway with their first match of the season with a Scrimmage on Monday night. Head Coach Caroline Cassidy looks to continue the streak of some strong seasons in the past under former the former Coach, Bruce Fleming. Good luck to our Lady Indians.

Baseball has a very busy first week by playing on April 4th, 6th, 7th, and the 9th. Three of the four games will be on the road while their first home game of the season will be at 5pm on Thursday, April 7th. Come out and support your Indians as they look to make a Sectionals run this year with their nine seniors!

The Softball team has two games this week to kick off their season with games on April 6th and 9th. Saturday, April 9th will be the Indians first home game of the season. The new Head Coach, Heather Swarts, is very excited for the season to start and get some games under their belt.

The Track and Field team has already had a couple of meets including the Indoor season. Hayden Nelson continues to lead the Indians as they look forward to having a great season. On April 5th the Indians will host Muncie Burris and Anderson Prep in a home track meet.

Good luck to all the Indians Spring Sports teams as their seasons get under way this week! We look forward to the season ahead.


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Track with strong night in home opener

Today’s TribeSportsReport written by Ryan Scott.

Track results from Monday night as the Indians hosted Southwood.

Mississinewa Ladies Top Performers:

100Hurdles:1st place Audrey Spencer, 2nd place Avery Mariol 

100M: 1st Kaiyah Jones, 2nd Carsyn Yeakle, 3rd Mia Catey

4×100 M Relay:  1st place Team of Audrey Spencer, Carsyn Yeakle, Mia Catey, and Ky Jones 

400M: 3rd Audrey Spencer 

800M: 3rd Avery Wilson

Shot Put: 2nd Katelyn Ramey and 3rd Emma Wakeman

Discus: 2nd Katelyn Ramey and 3rd Ruby Amador 

Long Jump: 1st Carsyn Yeakle and 3rd Layla Kikendall 

Pole Vault: 1st Kendal Emmons and 2nd Kylee McMahan 

Southwood 68 Mississinewa 54

Mississinewa Men Top Performers: 

100 M: 1st Hayden Nelson, 2nd Trevon Hess, and 3rd Jayden Crick 

1600M: 1st Adrian Jeter and 2nd Sam Luchetti 

4×100 M relay: 1st place team of Jayden Crick, Trevon Hess, Peyton McPeak, and Hayden Nelson 

400M: 3rd Karver Jones 

300H: 2nd Zach Luchetti 

800M:1st Adrian Jeter 

3200M: 1st Sam Luchetti 

Shot: 1st Bryce Jones, 2nd Aiden Fortney, and 3rd Quentin Pearson

Discus: 1st Bryce Jones, 2nd Quentin Pearson, and 3rd Aiden Fortney 

Long Jump: 1st Zach Luchetti, 2nd TayJuan Weaver, and 3rd Ethen Wortinger

Pole Vault: 1st Zach Luchetti, 2nd Brayden Biddle, and 3rd Mason Reel 

High Jump: 1st Trevon Hess, 2nd Brayden Biddle, and 3rd Mason Reel

Mississinewa 88.5 Southwood 39.5 

*Stats were reported by Head Coach Ean Vanwinkle*


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