Category Archives: Fall Sports

MUST READ: New Athletic Physicals Process

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director . TribeTV

Below is information from Athletic Director Chanse Young. Parents and athletes may also visit the “Health and Safety” section on the left sidebar of the MCSCAthletics.com site to find direct links to all information for this year’s process.


“We are very excited to announce that the Mississinewa High School Athletic Department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allows you to complete and sign athletic participation forms for your students. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from season-to-season and year-to-year, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible, for each of your students, saving you time.

You may review your data at any time to verify it is current. You will be required to sign your forms once per year and after any update.

The Mississinewa Physical Night is scheduled for Wednesday, July 25th from 5:00-8:00pm at Mississinewa High School.  You may enter door #10 (North Parking Lot).  We would like to have all athletes registered with FinalForms by that date.  If you have completed your physical for the 2018-19 school year, please log on to final forms and fill out the information with them as well.  We apologize for you having to duplicate some of this information, but we want to make sure we have every student registered.

We are asking that ALL parents of athletes use FinalForms. 

Please register at:  https://mississinewa-in.finalforms.com/ and follow the prompts to create your account, create your students and sign your forms.

Thank you for your assistance in streamlining our paperwork processes at Mississinewa High School.”


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Athletic Physicals at Mississinewa

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director . TribeTV

Athletic Director Chanse Young and Mississinewa High School Athletics would like to announce the 2018 Athletics Physical Night at Mississinewa High School. On, Wednesday, July 25th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm any student who plans on participating in sports, or who would like to get an athletics physical will be able to do so. The cost is $25.00. Any questions may be directed to Mr. Young or by calling the high school at 765-674-2248.

*Athletes are required to have a current physical before participating in practices, team events, games, or training per IHSAA governing rules. No exceptions will be made.


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Girls Tennis wins Invite, Butche at the IndyStar Sports Awards, and a Big Grant 4 Weekend

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director

Tribe Sports Report

Screen Shot 2018-04-30 at 7.57.20 AMMHS Track & Field . The Lady Indians finished third on Friday, as Oak Hill won the Girls Grant Four Track title this year. Carli Fones dominated the Grant County sprints. She set or tied a school record in the 100m (12.6) and the 400m (1:02.21) while also tacking on a victory in the 200m.

Boys Track and Field finished third at Friday’s Grant Four meet with 41 points behind Eastbrook (winner) and Oak Hill.

MHS Girls Tennis . Saturday’s Homestead Invitational title was captured by the Lady Indians and Coach Fleming in a tough 8-team field. Mississinewa beat #21 Homestead by one point, and Lafayette Harrison by only three to claim the championship. Haleigh Rowley won the 1-Singles championship and Tyra Stanley won the 2-Singles title. Heidi Rowley was runner-up at 2-Singles. Abigail Tignor and Maggie Herring won the consolation bracket playing at the 2-Doubles line. The Lady Indians host Alexandria on Tuesday at 5:00pm that could determine the conference championship.

PNG image-405CA7032F55-1MHS Cross Country . Brennan Butche was recognized by the IndyStar Sports Awards as a nominee for Cross Country Boys Runner of the Year this past weekend.

MHS Boys Golf . On Saturday, Mississinewa finished third at the Taylor Invitational with a team total of 372. Bryce Luedtke shot a team low of 88 followed by Breyton Berryhill at 89.

MHS Baseball . The Indians lost 11-2 to the Oak Hill Eagles in the title game of the 2018 Grant Four on Saturday. Cade Campbell, Cade McCoin, and Andruw Cruz were 1-3 at the plate. Cade McCoin hit a home run with 2 RBIs. Hunter Smalley and Seth Maddox split the duties on the mound. Smalley took the loss on 4.2 innings pitched with 7 hits and 2 walks. Mississinewa defeated Madison Grant in the morning session 8-5 after a 6-run second inning. Tyler Jakob was 3-4, Easton Burton added 3 RBIs, and Jalen Martin hit a home run. Owen Felver earned the win with 11 strikeouts after 6 innings pitched. Maddox also pitched in this win.

MHS Softball . Mississinewa lost in the championship game of the Grant Four on Saturday to Madison Grant 6-1. Cierra Vasquez pitched the title game allowing 6 hits and 5 walks with a strikeout. Shelby Goble went 2-4, and Darcie Patton was 1-3 with a home run. Earlier in the day the Lady Indians defeated Eastbrook 15-7. Jenna Berryhill earned that win allowing 2 runs while striking out 5. Lexi Cruzan stood out at the plate in game one going 2-4 with 2 doubles and 3 RBIs.

Schedule Updates . The Varsity Softball double-header at Ft. Wayne Snider will be played on Saturday, May 5th at 9:00am. Also, the Lady Indians varsity/JV game at Elwood will start at 5:00pm instead of 5:30pm this Thursday, May 3rd. Tomorrow’s Baseball and Softball action against Frankton will start at 5:30pm here at Mississinewa High School. The JV Baseball game with Madison Grant will be played on Wednesday May 2nd instead of May 9th and start at 5:00pm.

Tonight’s Events . JV Baseball will host Oak Hill tonight at 5:00pm. RJB Golf tees off at Arbor Trace to take on Eastbrook at 5:00pm, and RJB Soccer hosts Eastern at Mississinewa High School kicking off at 6:00pm.


Today’s Sports World Update

NBA . Cleveland defeated the Pacers yesterday 105-101 to clinch the series and move on to face Toronto. Victor Oladipo scored 30 points on 10-21 shooting to lead Indiana. Lebron James scored 45 for the Cavs.

NHL . Washington defeated Pittsburgh 4-1 yesterday to tie the series 1-1. Nashville took Winnipeg to double-overtime before pulling out the win 5-4 and evening the series at one game each. Tonight, Boston is at Tampa Bay and San Jose will host Las Vegas in the late game.

MLB . Here are the latest scores from the midwest in Major League Baseball…

  • Baltimore Orioles 5-3 Detroit Tigers
  • Seattle Mariners 10-4 Cleveland Indians
  • Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0 St. Louis Cardinals
  • Cincinnati Reds 8-2 Minnesota Twins
  • Kansas City Royals 5-4 Chicago White Sox
  • Chicago Cubs 2-0 Milwaukee Brewers

PGA Tour . Brian Gay won the 2018 Zurich Classic on Sunday at the TPC Louisiana of New Orleans. With the Players Championship just around the corner, next week will feature the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow in Charlotte.

NASCAR . Joey Logano parked the Ford this weekend taking the Talladega Cup Series win at the Superspeedway. Kevin Harvick was the pole winner. Kyle Busch still sits atop the points leaderboard, but Sunday’s win moves Logano only 30 points behind.


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 Featured Image provided by Ole Miss Tennis social media. Image of Carli Fones from Scott Hunt of the Marion Chronicle-Tribune.

 

Football Summer Training Calendar

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director

Mississinewa High School Football and Coach Curt Funk have released their 2018 Summer Training Calendar. Downloadable PDF’s are available below. General weight training times have been added to the MCSC Athletics Calendar. For more information please contact Coach Funk at “curt_funk@olemiss.k12.in.us” or contact the high school at 765-674-2248.

June 2018 Calendar (pdf)

July 2018 Calendar (pdf)

Football takes First in 7th Annual Weight Bash

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director

Tribe Sports Report

MHS Football . The Indians took first place last night in the 7th annual Spring Bash weight lifting event which reflects similar events to the NFL combine. Heisman Skeens took first place overall in the 40 yard dash. Skylar Tackett won first place in overall weight on the bench press. Six Indians placed in the top ten in coefficient on the bench press. Jason Arbogast and Skylar Tackett placed top ten in coefficient in the rack. Andruw Cruz won first place overall in the power clean. Mississinewa had 23 football players in the top 65 finishers for the entire event.

This Week’s Events . The 6th grade basketball season continues with several contests this week. RJB wrestling reaches the midpoint of their season. This March we are celebrating the Unified Champions teams. This week kicks off a series of great events. Be sure to follow MCSC Athletics on Facebook and Twitter for all the breaking updates.


Today’s Sports World Update

PGA Tour . Phil Mickelson won the World Golf Championships in Mexico this past weekend earning $1.7 million. Mickelson defeated Justin Thomas in a playoff on Hole 17. The Valspar Championship at Innisbrook is this weekend in Florida. The defending champ is Adam Hadwin.

MLB . Opening Day is quickly approaching as all teams will play on Thursday, March 29th. This is the first time since 1968 that every MLB team will open on the same day. The Cubs open at Miami, Houston at Texas, St. Louis at the Mets, the Royals will host the White Sox, and the fully-stocked Yankees will travel to Toronto just to name a few of the match-ups from day one.

NBA . Bojan Bogdanovic scored 29 points to lead the Pacers to a 92-89 win over the Bucks last night.

NCAA Men’s Basketball . #15 Michigan defeated #8 Purdue 75-66 to claim the Big Ten title for the second straight year. Moritz Wagner scored 17 points to lead the Wolverines. Isaac Haas had 23 points for Purdue. Notre Dame takes on Pitt today at 2:00pm in the ACC Men’s Tournament at New York Life. That game can be seen on ESPN2.

NCAA Women’s Basketball . The Butler Lady Bulldogs lost in the Big East quarterfinals to Marquette 73-61. #5 Notre Dame battled #4 Louisville, but the Irish lost 74-72 in the ACC Women’s Final.


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