Summer Training Calendars at MHS Released

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
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MHS Summer Athletic Camp Registration

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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School’s End, Big Results, Tennis All-CIC

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 . Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us

On Monday evening, the Grant Four tournaments for Baseball resumed at Mississinewa High School (JV) and Taylor University (V). The Indians picked up two titles by the end of the evening. The 7th (7-3) and 8th (11-1) Grade Baseball teams also finished their inaugural seasons with winning records. The Indians play tonight in IHSAA Sectional action at Bellmont High School against Norwell starting at 5:30pm.


Softball completed their 2017 campaign on Tuesday with a 13-inning loss to Heritage (2-3). The Lady Indians struggled toward the end of the year, but had a very encouraging season.


IMG_0692Mississinewa High School Lady Tennis had several athletes honored with Central Indiana Conference honors.

2017 All-CIC
Haleigh Rowley, Heidi Rowley, Maggie Herring, Tyra Stanley, Katie Powell . Honorable Mention Pia Briz


Girls Track & Field had two Freshman athletes compete in the IHSAA Regionals this week. Carli Fones finished 5th in the 100m and Aurora Fisher competed in the 3200m with an improved time from her sectional performance.


Tonight’s MCSC Athletic Events
Baseball Sectional at Bellmont High School against Norwell . 5:30pm

Tonight’s Weather in Decatur 90% chance of Thunderstorms, 65º

Weather Crashes Grant 4 Tourneys

Monday, May 22, 2017 . Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us

On Saturday, the annual Grant Four baseball and softball tournaments were to be played, but weather through a nasty curve ball at the events.


Indians Baseball started the day off with a win over Oak Hill 6-3 before the weather ended the day for all teams. Eastbrook and Madison Grant will play tonight at Madison Grant at 5:00pm. The winner will then travel to Taylor University to face Mississinewa in the Championship at approximately 7:00pm.

JV Baseball defeated Madison Grant 25-0 in the first game. Seth Maddox pitched a five-inning shut-out. Eastbrook and Oak Hill will finish their weather-delayed contest tonight at Mississinewa at 5:00pm with the championship to follow against the Junior Varsity Indians.


Softball lost to Oak Hill 14-9 on Saturday. The softball tournament was completed on Saturday. The Lady Indians will play in the IHSAA Sectional at Norwell on Tuesday.

The Junior Varsity Softball Grant Four was cancelled. The JV Lady Indians finished the season 9-2 (6-0 CIC).


The Trailside Junior High Golf Championship was won by R.J. Baskett on Saturday with some great rounds posted by our Indians. Congratulations!

Corey 34
Dakin 35
Scott 38
Alexander 42
Walters 43


Tonight’s MCSC Athletic Events
JV Baseball Grant Four . Eastbrook vs. Oak Hill at Mississinewa at 5:00pm (4 innings) Winner playing Mississinewa immediately after.
Baseball Grant Four Championship at Taylor University . 7:00pm (apprx.)
RJB Softball at Taylor . 5:30pm

Weather for Tonight’s Events: Sunny, 68º

 

Baseball Wins on Senior Night, Softball Battles Slump, & Girls Tennis Sectional

Thursday, May 18, 2017 . Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us

Nine Baseball seniors ended their playing days on their home field with a 12-2 win over Taylor in five innings. Nick Richards pitched the complete game with 2 strikeouts and 2 walks. The Titans grabbed five hits off of Richards. Offensively, Garrison Smith had 3 hits, Gage Gallion 2 hits, Lucas Richards 2 hits and 5 runs. Noah Harris had 2 RBIs, Nolan Young and Tim Nemes each had a double. The Indians play tonight at Wabash at 5:30pm then play on Saturday in a rescheduled Grant Four against Oak Hill at 9:00am. The Grant Four is at Madison Grant.


Softball continued to struggle last night as they lost to Northwestern 1-4. Erika Foy pitched the complete game with 4 strikeouts, 2 walks, and gave up 6 hits. Darcie Patton went 1 for 2, Madison Stanley had a single and an RBI, and Mallory Sands and Erika Foy added a hit. The Lady Indians play tonight as they host Eastern at 5:00pm before they open the Grant Four Weekend.


Girls Tennis finished their season and tournament play in a loss to Marion 1-4 last night at the IHSAA Marion Sectional.


In the Howard County Tournament, the 8th Grade Softball team advanced again with a win over Tipton 20-5. They play again tonight at 5:30pm.


Tonight’s MCSC Athletic Events
Baseball at Wabash 5:00pm
JV Baseball vs. Kokomo 5:00pm
JV Softball at Northwestern 5:00pm
Softball vs. Eastern 5:00pm
Boys Track & Field Sectionals at Indiana Wesleyan University 5:00pm
8th Grade Softball in the Howard County Tournament 5:30pm

Weather This Evening: Partly Cloudy, Windy, 83º

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