Category Archives: Fall Sports

Fall sports set to return to play

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

After a recent release from the IHSAA the 2020 fall sports season is a “go” but with a 3 phase plan. Phase 1 starts on July 6th with conditioning in small groups. Phase 2 has teams officially starting practices on July 20th and then by August, it’s back to normal competition. “Right now as we talk, there aren’t going to be number limitations in crowds at that point in time if we continue with the roll-out we’re at right now,” IHSAA commissioner Bobby Cox said. “We’re hopeful that we continue to behave this summer and do what we’re supposed to do so that when we get to fall, we don’t have to do that and if we can get to that place, we’re going to have a real fun season,” Cox said. With the return of the 2020 fall season first year head coach Kyle Buresh said ” We’re excited to get on the field on July 6th, We will play a tough and explosive brand of football.”

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Oglesby, Arbogast sign to play at the next level

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

Football: Jason Arbogast will continue his academic and athletic career at Franklin Collage in Franklin, Indiana.

Basketball: Bryce Oglesby will continue his academic and athletic career at Elgin Community College in Elgin, Illinois.

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Buresh to lead indians football

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by the Tribe Sports Network Director Ryan Scott. Photo by Denison Univ Athletics.

Fisher Field will have a new head coach on the sidelines. Tonight, at 6:30pm the Mississinewa Community School board of trustees named Kyle Buresh the new Indian head football coach. Coach Buresh comes to Mississinewa from Denison University in Granville, Ohio where he spent the 2019 season as the wide receivers coach for the Big Red. In 2016 & 2017, he served as the pass game coordinator/ quarterbacks and wide receivers coach at Dakota Wesleyan University where he helped guide one of the top offenses in the NAIA.  In 2017, DWU ranked second in the country in total offense (560.7 yards per game) and fifth in 2016 (517.6 yards per game).  He spent 2014-2015 coaching the wide receivers at Wheaton College. Buresh helped guide the Thunder to two conference (CCIW) championships, two Sweet 16 playoff appearances, two top ten rankings, and a record of 22-2 in two seasons.  In 2015, the Thunder offense led the conference in total offense and scoring offense.  Two wide receivers earned All-Conference recognition during Buresh’s two seasons at Wheaton. Prior to working at Wheaton, he coached at Midland University for three seasons from 2011-2013.  Buresh served as the co-offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach in 2013. In his time at Midland, he coached wide receivers, running backs and special teams.  Buresh mentored one All American wide receiver and eight All-Conference players during his time at Midland.  The Warriors earned the NAIA Champions of Character team award in 2012. Buresh spent one season with Indiana Wesleyan University in 2018. As a player, Buresh was a three-time letterwinner and three-time Academic All-Conference defensive back. At Franklin Collage, he was a part of three conference championships and three playoff appearances.

Welcome Coach Buresh to INDIAN NATION

Indians head coach Kyle Buresh
Photo by Denison Univ Athletics