Tribe Sports Daily Weekend Report

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director
Featured Image from @GoMHSIndians on Twitter
Cross Country Image courtesy of Scott Hunt . shunt@chronicle-tribune.com

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Mississinewa Football will look to close out the CIC and regular season this Friday at Alexandria after rolling past Frankton this weekend 69-0 at Fisher Field. The Indians are now 6-2 (4-2 CIC) on the season. Heisman Skeens, cade Campbell, and Cade McCoin were very active on the offensive side of the ball, but a huge story was laid when Dustin Patton scored his first touchdown of his career and Jay Jones completed a 73 yard touchdown while being left wide open. The defense held their opponent scoreless for the third straight game. If Mississinewa wins the opening round they could play at home again in the sectional Semifinals against either Delta or Marion.

  • Scout Defense Player of the Week – John Hall
  • Scout Offense Player of the Week – Jaheim Johnson & Bryce Luedtke
  • Warrior of the Week – Dustin Patton & Heisman Skeens
  • Lineman of the Week – Evan Wilkins
  • Six-Second Player Award – Cade McCoin
  • The Bone Crusher Award – Dustin Patton

Girls Soccer battled Western in the IHSAA Sectional Championship on Saturday at Marion High School. Beth Lucas scored the lone goal for the Lady Indians as Mississinewa came up short to the Panthers in a 3-1 loss.


Lady Indians Volleyball are the 2017 Grant Four Champions after defeating Madison Grant (26-24, 27-25, 20-25, 23-25, 15-8) in the morning session, and then overcoming the hosts Oak Hill in the championship match (19-25, 25-22, 25-18, 25-20). Erika Foy had 36 kills and 14 digs on the day. Kirsten Lockwood had 27 kills and 5 blocks. Emily Taylor recorded 17 digs.


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Indians Cross Country had several success stories at the Indiana Wesleyan IHSAA Sectional on Saturday. As a team the boys finished 6th place. Brennan Butche was the Sectional Champion at 16:17.1 and will advance to Regionals along side Jon Tucker. The girls placed 5th and will advance as a team to Regionals. Carli Fones was the top finisher at 22:09 for the Lady Indians.


Tonight’s Events

  • JV Football vs. Frankton . 6:00pm

Professional Sports Update

NBA

  • The Pacers, who are 2-0, travel to Detroit to take on the Pistons tonight at 7:00pm.

NFL

  • The Colts defeated the 49ers on Sunday 26-23 to move to 2-3 on the season. Peyton Manning was honored during the game.
  • Minnesota will play Chicago at Soldier Field for Monday Night Football at 8:30pm on ESPN.

MLB

  • Boston took game 3 against the Astros on Sunday to cut into Houston’s lead at 2-1 with a big 10-3 win.
  • New York won 1-0 last night over Cleveland. The Indians are still up 2-1.
  • The Nationals evened up the series with the Cubs on Saturday with a 6-3 win.
  • Los Angelas is now up 2-0 on Arizona after winning 8-5 on Saturday.
  • All series continue today, Houston-Boston at 1:00pm, Chicago-Washington at 4:00pm, New York-Cleveland at 7:00pm, and Los Angelas-Arizona at 10:00pm.

Girls Soccer will Play for Title

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director . brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us
Photo by RJB Tennis Coach John Stark . RJB Boys Tennis undefeated in 2017.

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Boys Tennis duo of Seth Graves and Chandler Morrison lost last night 6-2, 6-2 to a very solid Alexandria pair in the IHSAA Individual Doubles Sectional title match at Marion High School. Morrison will be a Junior next year for the Indians as Graves will graduate as part of back-to-back CIC champion teams.


Lady Indians Soccer opened up an IHSAA Sectional run last night at Marion High School with a win over Maconaquah 5-0. That win places the girls in the title match on Saturday at 7:00pm against Western.


Lady Indians Volleyball defeat Frankton in straight sets at both JV & Varsity levels. Varisty sets went 25-22, 25-23, and 25-14.

  • Erika Foy 16 kills, 9 digs
  • Halle Planck 12 kills, 4 blocks, 1 ace
  • Kenzie Skeens 39 assists, 2 digs

RJB Volleyball 7th and 8th grade teams defeat Oak Hill at home. RJB Tennis Girls won 4-1 over Lapel, and the RJB Boys Tennis team won 3-2 to finish the season undefeated. Tennis winners included John Oliver, Hayden Rowley, Riley Fuqua & Evan Stanley, Madison Fuqua, Ella Frantz, Sophia Morrison, and Brayley Bushman & Taylor Kern.


Tonight’s Events

Saturday’s Events

  • MHS Cross Country Sectional at Indiana Wesleyan University . 9:30am
  • MHS Volleyball Grant Four Tournament at Oak Hill High School  . 1:30pm
  • MHS Girls Soccer Sectional Championship vs. Western at Marion High School . 7:00pm

Professional Sports Update

MLB
Houston 8-2 Boston . Astros lead the series 1-0
Cleveland 4-0 New York . Cleveland lead the series 1-0

NBA
Pacers face the Cleveland Cavaliers on the road at 7:30pm.

NFL
New England 19-14 Tampa Bay. Indianapolis Colts host San Fransisco on Sunday at 1:00pm on Fox.

Boys Soccer Season Ends, Tennis Doubles Still Serving

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director . brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us
Photos by Scott Hunt . shunt@chronicle-tribune.com

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Boys Soccer faced a tough Marion Giants soccer side last night in the IHSAA Sectional at Oak Hill High School. The Indians season came to an end with a 10-0 loss.


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Seth Graves and Chandler Morrison will continue their IHSAA tournament run tonight in the IHSAA Boys Tennis Sectional Finals against Alexandria in the #1 Doubles event. The pair defeated Winchester last night at Marion High School 6-1, 6-4. Graves and Morrison will begin action tonight at 4:30pm.


Tonight’s Events

  • RJB Tennis at Lapel . 5:00pm
  • RJB 6th Grade Volleyball at Elwood . 5:30pm
  • MHS Volleyball at Frankton . 6:00pm
  • RJB Volleyball vs. Oak Hill . 6:00pm

Professional Sports Update

MLB
Arizona defeated Colorado 11-8 in the National League Wild Card game. The American League Division Series kick off tonight with the Red Sox at Houston and the Yankees in Cleveland. Astros fans can watch on the MLB Network at 4:00pm while the Cleveland and New York series will start at 7:30pm on Fox Sports 1.

NFL
New England travels to Tampa Bay for Thursday Night Football on CBS starting at 8:00pm.

NBA
The Pacers defeated the Bucks 104-86 last night. Lance Stephenson had 17 points and 6 rebounds. Indiana plays next on Friday at Cleveland.

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