Ole Miss Tries For Third Title In Five Years

Today’s TribeSportsReport is Written by Dalton Bishop. You may contact him at his email dalton_bishop@olemiss.k12.in.us. Featured image by MHS Sports Photographer John Carper.

Tonight the Mississinewa Indians football team will host the IHSAA Sectional 20 Championship as they welcome the Ft. Wayne Wayne Generals to Fisher Field. Last week was very competitive game for Ole Miss defeating New Haven by a final score of 42-27. With his performance from last weeks ball game Senior RB Carson Campbell has been nominated to receive votes for MaxPreps player of the week. Meanwhile, Wayne defeated Delta 41-27 last week. We hope to see all Indian fans in attendance tonight wearing RED and WHITE, if you can’t make it to tonight’s game you can watch it live on IHSAATV.org by searching in the search bar “Mississinewa”.

Girls Basketball

Last night was the start of the 2021-2022 Girls Basketball season for Laura Friday and the Lady Indians. Mississinewa got off to a great start leading at the end of the first quarter 19-11. In the second quarter Northfield would draw within four points, Mississinewa would then go on a 15-6 run to end out the half leading 36-22. The first half full court press that Ole Miss presented gave the Lady Norse fits causing them to turn the ball over 19 times in the first half. In the second half Northfield began to march there way back into the game by going on an 10-0 run to start the half. Ole Miss would rally off a few points making the game just nine heading into the fourth quarter leading 44-35. At the 1:27 mark in the fourth quarter the Lady Norse would draw within one before a Megan Stanley transition basket and the foul. Stanley missed the free throw, Lady Norse guard Elli Baker would launch a three at the far end of the court missing before Karmen Swindall would pull down the board. Mississinewa would go on to knock down free throws down the stretch to improve to 1-0 on the year winning 58-53. The Lady Indians are back in action Tuesday at #5 Norwell in 3A. If you can’t make it to the game you can listen live. A link to listen to the ball game will be posted Sunday-Tuesday.

Winter Sports Schedules Released, Football Continues Sectionals

Today’s TribeSportsReport written by Dalton Bishop. You may contact dalton_bishop@olemiss.k12.in.us. Featured Image by MHS Sports Photographer John Carper.

Football

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.

Girls Basketball

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.

A Week In Review, Plus Previewing The Weekend

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by Dalton Bishop. You may contact Dalton at his email dalton_bishop@olemiss.k12.in.us.

Boys Tennis

Wednesday’s Boys Tennis Senior Night was postponed due to inclement weather. The will now play tomorrow Friday September 24th at 4:30.

Volleyball

Volleyball fell twice this week once to Delta and once to county opponent Oak Hill. Last night the Lady Indians picked a win with no problem defeating Elwood 3-0. The Lady Indians returns to action next Tuesday September 28th at 6pm.

Boys Soccer

Boys Soccer has already had an historic season, on Monday the boys soccer team defeated Marion for the first time in program history. The Indians beat the Giants 4-1 Mason Reel and Zane Scott scored two goals a piece in that victory. Last night the Indians defeated Manchester 1-0 with the lone goal coming from Mason Reel after an assist from Hayden Ulerick. The Indians return to action Saturday September 25th at home as they host Tipton at 10am.

Girls Soccer

Girls Soccer beat Marion last night convincingly 6-1. Michaela Cook and Lia Luchetti each had a hat trick scoring 3 goals. Michaela Cook and Audrey Spencer each had 3 assist. Savannah Herrera had 3 HUGE saves in goal. The Lady Indians are now 9-3 on the season and they will return to action next Monday September 27 as they host Eastbrook at 6pm.

Football

Football will be at home tomorrow night as they host Frankton at 7pm. If you can’t make it you can watch live on MCSC Athletics Youtube.

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