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Lady indians suffered two losses on thursday night

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by the Tribe Sports Network Director Ryan Scott. Featured picture by Mississinewa Sports Photographer John Carper.

High School and RJB winter athletic schedules are up for this season.

Covid-19: Before entering sporting events at Mississinewa High School and RJ Baskett Middle School masks are required and please social distance so Indian athletes can keep doing what they love.

Girls Basketball: In a 57-40 loss in the opening night of high school basketball, the Tribe lost much more than the game. With ten seconds left in the opening frame, senior Darah Watson went down with a knee injury and ended her high school basketball career with scoring 4 points in last night’s game. “You could tell tonight that the team was a little deflated when she went out. She’s our leader. She’s our vocal leader. She’s our scoring leader. That was tough. I love the kid, and I shed a couple of tears not knowing what’s going on”- Head Coach Laura Friday. (Sean Douglas)

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GBB tips off Saturday

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by the Tribe Sports Network Director Ryan Scott.

High School and RJB winter athletic schedules are up for this season.

Covid-19: Before entering sporting events at Mississinewa High School and RJ Baskett Middle School masks are required and please social distance so Indian athletes can keep doing what they love.

Girls Basketball: Yes, you see that right. Basketball season is here and Coach Friday and her Tribe will travel to Ft. Wayne Wayne on Saturday for their Scrimmage at 11:00am.

Don’t forget to subscribe to the MCSC Athletics YouTube channel to catch all the LIVE sports events provided by TribeTV/The Tribe Sports Network. Follow MCSC Athletics on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Tune in on Friday’s for the Tribe Sports Daily Show on YouTube provided by TribeTV.

Indians dominate week 9

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by the Tribe Sports Network Director Ryan Scott.

High School and RJB winter athletic schedules are up for this season.

Covid-19: Before entering sporting events at Mississinewa High School and RJ Baskett Middle School masks are required and please social distance so Indian athletes can keep doing what they love.

Football: In a week 9 win this past Friday, Coach Buresh and his tribe took down Elwood 56-6 to end the regular season. Now, the Indians will put all focus on sectional #20 where the Indians will welcome long time rival Marion to Fisher Field this Friday for round one as they start the road to Indianapolis. A season ago the Tribe knocked off Marion in the sectional championship at Marion within seconds on a field goal by now senior Andre Sallade.

Let’s take a look at week 9 stats for the Indians. 
Hayden Nelson rushed for 87 yards and ended the night with 5 carries.
Landry Rock was 5-7 with 93 yards passing.
On the receiving end Carson Campbell with 43 yards.

Girls Basketball: Coach Friday and her Tribe are off and going for the 2020-2021 season. The lady Indians will travel to Ft. Wayne Wayne for their scrimmage on October 31st.

Don’t forget to subscribe to the MCSC Athletics YouTube channel to catch all the LIVE sports events provided by TribeTV/The Tribe Sports Network. Follow MCSC Athletics on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Tune in on Friday’s for the Tribe Sports Daily Show on YouTube provided by TribeTV.