Category Archives: Fall Sports

Funk moves to semi state

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

Indian News: VEX Robotics CompetitionSaturday, February 15 AT Mississinewa HS

Girls Basketball: Coach Friday and the lady Indians ended their season Friday night as they fell to Norwell. The team finished the season 13-10.

Boys Basketball: After a 11 game win streak, Coach Reed and his Tribe fell to Delta on Saturday 56-37. Tai McClung led the Indians with 13 points. Landen Swanner and Anthony Horton each finished with seven.

Wrestling: Two Indian wrestlers competed in the Peru regional this past Saturday and Indian nation will have one going to semi state. Nick Coulter fell short at regionals but ended with a great season. The senior, Kyler Funk will be moving on to the IHSAA semi state this Saturday at the Fort Wayne Coliseum at 195 pounds.

Tonight’s Events

  • RJB 6th Boys Basketball at Oak Hill 6:00 pm
  • RJB 6th Girls Basketball vs. Eastbrook 6:00 pm

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Indians had no trouble with titans, Fall top 25 released

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

Indian News: On Friday January 17th there will be the Rock’s tenderloin dinner from 4:30-7:30pm in the MHS cafeteria, then you can catch both the boys and girls varsity basketball teams as they host Blackford.

Boys Basketball: In a non conference matchup, Coach Reed and his tribe came up with a 97-55 victory over Taylor Saturday night in Gas City. Landon Swanner lead the Indians with 33 points and now holds the single game record of three point shots, Swanner connected with 9 3-pointers.

Fall Awards: Congratulations to Indian Fall Athletes that were recognized in Grant County’s top 25 best athletes! Football Cade Campbell and Kyler Funk. Tennis 1 doubles Ryan Scott/Riley Fuqua and 1 Singles Conner Murphy. Soccer Collin Yoder.

Boys/Girls Basketball: Change to Mississinewa v. Blackford this next week.
Schedule as follows:
-Thursday, Jan. 16
•C Team Boys . 4:45pm •JV Boys . 6:00pm •JV Girls . 7:30pm
-Friday, Jan. 17
•Girls Varsity 6:00pm •Boys Varsity 7:30pm

Tonight’s Events

MHS Boys Basketball vs. Delta (9th) 6pm

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Go Indians!

Welcome back Indian Nation

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by the Tribe Sports Network Director Ryan Scott. Both Photos by Athletic Director Chanse Young

Indian News: On Friday January 17th there will be the Rock’s tenderloin dinner from 4:30-7:30pm in the MHS cafeteria, then you can catch both the boys and girls basketball teams as they host Blackford.

Girls Basketball: Congratulations to first year head coach Laura Friday and her lady Indians for claiming the Grant 4 title with a 44-42 victory over Oak Hill on Saturday. The JV team also won the Grant 4.

Girls Basketball

Boys Basketball: Congratulations to head coach James Reed and his Tribe for winning the Grant 4 over break 81-62 over Madison Grant for their second straight year.

RJB Athletics: 6th grade basketball tryouts continue tomorrow (1/7/2020) at the high school from 7:00-8:30.
Girls in the main gym
Boys in the auxiliary gym

Tonight’s Events

-MHS Wrestling at Yorktown at 6pm

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Go Indians!