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After falling to Ft. Wayne Bishop Luers back on November 19th, the Lady Indians are ready to take on the Lady Squaws from Bellmont. Bellmont will be the host of tonight’s ballgame scheduled for a 6pm JV tip-off. Bellmont enters this evening’s matchup with an overall record of 4-3, meanwhile for Mississinewa they enter with an 4-2 record.
The Mississinewa Indians boys basketball team has played two very tough opponents to start the season Marion and Huntington North. Last Wednesday the Indians traveled to the Bill Green Athletic Arena to take on the Marion Giants. The Indians fell in that matchup 82-63 despite a 28 point performance from Indian senior Lucas Asbury. On Saturday the Indians hosted the Huntington North Vikings for a triple header. The C-Team would pull off the victory in game one winning 33-21 to improve to 2-0 on the year, they will play tonight at Marion at 6pm. The JV Indians also took home the victory 48-44 to improve to 1-1 on the year. The JV Indians were led in scoring by Courtney Jones 23 points, Sophomore Nolan Quaderer hit a stepback three point shot to give the Indians the lead late in the game that ended up being the “dagger” to the Vikings it was an all around solid team performance for coach Luedkte and the JV Indians. The Varsity Indians battled very hard all night long but ended up falling 66-52, the Indians were led in scoring by Senior Hayden Ulerick with a career high 39 points. The Indians are back in action tomorrow night for a triple header against Norwell starting at 5pm.
Tonight kicks off the season for Mississinewa Wrestling led by Coach Pat Pierson. Tonight will be the first of only two home matches this season for the Indians. There will be 14 weight classes plus exhibitions matches featured on the mats, come on out to Mississinewa High School tonight pack the gym and be loud and proud support the Indians as they take on Marion at 6pm.
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The Mississinewa football team continues their quest to an IHSAA Class 4A State Championship this weekend as they travel to New Haven for the second round of Sectional 20. The Indians defense shined in last weeks matchup against Jay County by not allowing the Patriots to reach the endzone. The Indians started the game and set the tone early offensively on a touchdown pass from Nolan Quaderer to Senior tightend Peyton McPeak for 65 yards. The Indians hope to continue the momentum into tomorrow nights matchup with the Bulldogs from New Haven. Kickoff is scheduled for 7pm tomorrow night. Come out and support the Indians.
The 2021-2022 Girls Basketball season kicks off on Saturday as the Lady Indians will host Ft. Wayne Wayne for a scrimmage scheduled for 11am. Come on out and support the Lady Indians.
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Tonight, the rivalry continues as the Mississinewa Volleyball team will travel to Marion to take on the Lady Giants inside the Bill Green Athletic Area. The Lady Giants are currently 4-9 on the year and 0-2 in the North Central Conference, recently falling to Norwell 3-1. Meanwhile, Mississinewa currently sits at 11-4 and 0-2 in the Central Indiana Conference. The Indians fell to Alexandria back on Tuesday 3-2. Anytime Marion and Mississinewa get together it has a big game feel, and we expect much of the same tonight. The match is scheduled to start at 6pm with the JV and the Varsity will follow. Tonight’s theme with be “USA” come on out to Marion, be LOUD, be PROUD, and show your INDIAN PRIDE.
Mississinewa Boys Tennis continued the undefeated streak in the CIC last night by defeating the Elwood Panthers 5-0. Senior, Riley Fuqua earned his 71st victory of his career. Senior Ryan Scott is 5 wins away from joining Fuqua as the all time leading winners in Boys Tennis history. The Indians are back in action on Saturday at the Homestead Invitational scheduled for 9am.
The Mississinewa Boys Soccer team will finally have a home match tonight as they welcome the Maconaquah Braves to Gas City and Charlie Fisher Field for a 6pm match. Coach Reel and the Indians are looking to ride the momentum wave into tonight after a win over Wapahani back on Tuesday night. Come on out and support your Indians tonight.