Mississinewa Indians are committed to offering a high level of summer training for all athletes and students to enhance overall health and performance. IHSAA Moratorium Week is the week of July 4th. No student or athlete in any Mississinewa Schools are permitted to train with a coach or in any of the MCSC facilities during this week.
Athlete & Football Training
Training for athletes who intend on playing sports in any of the 2017-18 seasons should attend this session. Full Calendar
Open IPH Training
Alternative training time held by Mr. Holloway. Athletes should report to the Athlete Training session (see other calendar). Open IPH Training will be used for advanced strength and conditioning. Full Calendar
Mississinewa High School, and Athletics Director Chanse Young are providing one informational and registration form for all summer camps this year. There are several opportunities for youth to participate in a variety of sports. Please return all forms to the Mississinewa High School Athletics Department. Questions may be directed to Chanse Young (Email Now) or the coach of each individual sport (see the form for contact info).
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On Monday, Mississinewa athletes competed in the annual Spring Bash Weight Meet hosted by the Mississinewa Football team. Muncie Central , Elwood, Tipton, Jay County, and Twin Lakes competed alongside Mississinewa in four events; 40 yard dash, power clean, squat, and bench press. Muncie Central took home the top team award as well as the top individual performance from Xavier Cleaves. Mississinewa earned second as a team, and below are the top five individual performances from the Indians.
- Tyce Nicholson (5th Overall)
- Sean Shrout (9th Overall)
- Cade Campbell (16th Overall)
- Cade McCoin (17th Overall)
- Heisman Skeens (22nd Overall)
- Rounding out Mississinewa’s Top Ten: Brandon Hewitt, Dustin Patton, Evan Wilkins, Caden Bell, Weston Lockwood