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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

Tribe Sports Report

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.

Mini Indians Cheer, Boys Tennis Sectional, & Soccer vs. Oak Hill

Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director . brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us
Featured Image courtesy Mississinewa Cheerleading
Soccer Image courtesy Coach Brandon Forshey via Instagram
Boys Tennis Image courtesy Scott Hunt . shunt@chronicle-tribune.com

The 2017 Mini Indians Cheer Camp came to a close last night for Coach Castanon and the Lady Indians Cheer squad. The camp hosted youth in learning skills, cheers, and activities to promote the sport of cheer. For more pictures and insight follow Mississinewa Cheerleading on Twitter and Instagram.



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Boys Tennis finished their 2017 season in a sectional battle against Marion last night losing 3-2. Scott Hunt of the Chronicle-Tribune provided a fantastic Tweet-cast of the match that came down to a very exciting 2 & 3 Singles contest. The Marion Giants finally won after 3 hours. Paxton Sample won at 3 Singles and the First Doubles team of Seth Graves and Chandler Morrison also earned a victory. Congratulations on a great season to the Boys Tennis team and Coach Fleming.


Oak Hill visited Fisher Field for the final home match for the Indians Soccer team. The boys battled very well last night but fell 7-0. Fans can watch the replay of all the action on MCSC Athletics YouTube channel.IMG_2425


There are no events for tonight. MHS Football travels to Oak Hill tomorrow to battle the Eagles at 7:00pm.

Indians Struggle Against Panthers, Tennis Wins on Senior Night

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

Senior Night for the Mississinewa Soccer teams featured a contest against county rival Eastbrook. The girls lost the first contest of the night 7-1 and moved to 5-8-2 on the season. Alayna Webb scored the Lady Indians only goal. The senior soccer players were honored between games before the boys contest kicked off. The Indians lost 8-0 to the Panthers.


Boys Tennis hosted Muncie Burris for Senior Honor Night. The Indians defeated the Owls 5-0 as they look to finish up the season tonight in Yorktown as they take on #15 Cathedral. The Indians drew Marion in the first round of sectional play.


Tonight’s Events

 

Soccer & Tennis Meet Tough Opponents

Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us

Boys Soccer fought for a road-win last night at North Miami. It was the last away match of the season for the Indians that ended in a 10-0 loss. The boys and girls host Eastbrook on Monday for Senior Honor Night with the Lady Indians kicking off the evening at 6:00pm. Senior Honors will be given between games.


Ole Miss Boys Tennis continued their tough schedule at state-ranked #7 Avon last night. Paxton Sample fought into a third set tie-break but could not get the Indians a point, and the team fell 5-0 to the Orioles. Mississinewa is 12-5 with Senior Honor Night on Monday against Burris.


RJB Boys and Girls Tennis swept the Eastern Comets in straight sets 5-0, 5-0. RJB Volleyball 7th Grade defeated Blackford in straight sets 2-0. At this time there was no 8th grade result reported.


Tonight’s Events

Saturday’s Events

  • MHS Cross Country New Haven Invitational . 9:00am
  • MHS Boys Tennis Lebanon Invitational . 9:00am
  • MHS JV Volleyball Invitational at Mississinewa . 9:00am
  • RJB Cross Country at Delta . 9:00am
  • MHS JV Football vs. Madison Grant . 10:00am

Rain Challenges Soccer Results and Cross Country Battles at Grant Four

Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us

While Boys Soccer was rain outed at South Adams and tentatively scheduled for Wednesday at 5:30pm, the Lady Indians soccer team hosted the Starfires and finished in a 3-3 draw.


Cross Country ran in a soggy Grant Four with both teams placing 3rd. Brennan Butche won the boys race with Tucker and Ehmer finishing in the top ten. Carli Fones earned top ten honors in the girls race.


RJB Volleyball took the 7th grade match against Kokomo 25-12, 25-4 while the 8th grade fell 15-25, 25-23, 13-15.


RJB Tennis defeated Kokomo tonight. The girls won 5-0, and the boys won 3-1.


RJB Football battled CIC opponent Eastbrook last night. The 8th Grade won 32-28 along with a 7th Grade win 22-8.


Tonight’s Events

  • MHS Boys Tennis vs. Frankton . 4:30pm
  • MHS Boys Soccer at South Adams . 5:30pm (rescheduled from last night)
  • MHS Volleyball at Elwood . 6:00pm

Weekend Recap! Football, Tennis, Soccer, and More

Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Mississinewa Indians lost a CIC Football battle against Eastbrook on Friday night 42-21. Cade Campbell rushed for two touchdowns (112 yards on 22 carries) and Heisman Skeens (70 yards rushing and 53 receiving) ran for a touchdown as well. The Indians host Madison Grant next week. Fans can watch that game live on TribeTV.


Boys Tennis competed in the Homestead Invitational on Saturday and placed 6th of eight teams. Paxton Sample finished the day in 2nd place at #3 Singles as he defeated Penn and Concord, but eventually lost to Homestead in the finals. The Indians are 11-4 with Frankton at home this Wednesday in their final CIC match.


Volleyball had a tough contest Saturday at Delta. The Junior Varsity and Varsity (21-25, 16-25, 17-25) lost in straight sets. Erika Foy had 5 kills and 6 digs. Halle Planck recorded 7 kills, 5 blocks, and 2 aces. Kirsten Lockwood had 6 kills and 3 blocks. Kenzie Skeens tallied 22 assists.


The Boys Soccer team kicked off a double header with the Lady Indians on Saturday at Blackford. Williams, Yoder, and Sallade scored for the Indians to give the boys a 3-1 win over the Bruins. The girls won 3-2 off of two goals from Webb and one from Ulerick.


Girls Golf finished their season at the Huntington North Sectional this past weekend placing 8th. Scores: LaBarr (93), Davis (106), Tignor (113), Pannell (118), and Allen (124). Good season Lady Indians!


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At the Jim Leffler Invitational, the Indians Cross Country team finished 8th (boys) and 9th (girls). Brennan Butche was first for the boys with a time of 15:54. Jon Tucker(30), Jacob Ehmer (31), and Tony Parish (68) were the top runners for the boys. The Lady Indians were led by Carli Fones who finished 16th. Jordan Luedtke (50) and Lynnzey Young (51) rounded out the top three for the girls. Raegan Tippey won the JV Girls race, and Bryce Nash finished 21st for the top JV boys runner.

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Images courtesy of Coach Ean Van Winkle

RJB 6th Grade Volleyball competed in the Selma Invitational and finished the day 1-3.


Mississinewa Alum Katie Elson was one of two athletes to receive the Jack and Marge Colescott Athletic Scholarship on Saturday at Arbor Trace. Congratulations Katie!

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Photo courtesy of Indiana Wesleyan University via The Marion Chronicle-Tribune.

Tonight’s Events
RJB Tennis vs. McCulloch . 5:00pm
MHS Girls Soccer at Lakewood Park Christian . 5:30pm
RJB Volleyball at Oak Hill . 6:00pm

RJB Tennis Sweeps Eastern, Volleyball CIC Showdown

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

The Alexandria Tigers came into Mississinewa looking to battle for a place atop the Volleyball CIC. The Junior Varsity Lady Indians started the evening with a 2-1 win, but the varsity squad struggled falling 3-0 to the visitors giving Alexandria control over the CIC.


Girls Soccer hosted Wapahani while the boys team traveled to the Raider’s home pitch. The boys held control over much of the match, but could only bring home a draw with a final score of 2-2. The Lady Indians won at Fisher Field 6-0 with Webb and South both netting 2 goals each to lead the girls side.


RJB Tennis paired up against the Eastern Comets from Greentown and swept all matches in the boys and girls events with a clean 5-0, 5-0 win.


RJB Volleyball battled the Wes-Del Warriors at all grade levels. The 6th grade came up short losing 2-1, while the 7th grade earned a victory 2-0, and 8th grade won in 3 sets (2-1).


Tonight’s Events
RJB Tennis vs. Madison Grant . 5:00pm
MHS Girls Soccer at Burris . 5:00pm
MHS Boys Tennis at Elwood . 5:00pm
RJB Football vs. Elwood . 6:00pm

Holiday Weekend Recap

Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us
Featured Image by Andrew Evertts via Twitter

On Friday, Indians Football traveled to Blackford for another CIC match-up. The Indians won 47-3.


Saturday was a tough day for Boys Tennis. The team competed in the Fort Wayne Carroll Invitational. Paxton Sample was the only Indian to come away with a victory. Sample was 2-1 with his only loss coming from a super tie-break to Homestead. The Indians are 7-4 on the season and compete next at Maconaquah on Wednesday.

Loss to #5 Homestead 5-0
Loss to #28 Delta 4-1
Loss to #25 Concord 4-1

Homestead won the tournament by defeating Mississinewa, #12 Cathedral, and #9 Fort Wayne Carroll.


IMG_1580 (3)123_1Mississinewa Cross Country ran in the Marion Invitational on Saturday. Brennan Butche broke the school record and the Grant County record by running 15:26 and finishing in 4th place in the Elite Division. Mississinewa Boys finished 15th in the Purple Division. The Lady Indians finished 13th with the best finish coming from Aurora Fisher (8th) with a time of 19:53.


Mississinewa Volleyball competed in the Kay Saunders Classic hosted by the Wes-Del Warriors on Saturday. The team finished 2nd to an undefeated Hagerstown after a very good run throughout the day.

Championship: Lost to Hagerstown (25-15, 20-25, 7-15)
Defeated Blackford (25-12, 25-9)
Defeated Tipton (25-14, 25-18)
Defeated Wes-Del (25-11, 25-13)


Girls Soccer hosted Whitko on Saturday in game one of a doubleheader with the guys team and came away with a win 3-1 on three goals by Webb. Boys Soccer lost on the morning to Manchester 9-1.

Tonight’s Events
Cross Country at the Oak Hill Invitational . 4:30pm
Girls Golf at Alexandria . 5:00pm
RJB Football 8th Grade at Blackford . 6:00pm
RJB Volleyball at Riverview . 6:00pm
RJB Cross Country at the Oak Hill Invitational . 4:30pm

Football Partners to Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey

Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us
Featured Image by CNN

On Friday, September 1 the Mississinewa Indians and the Blackford Bruins will face off on the field at Blackford High School. The teams will also be partnering to provide supplies to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. There will be a truck by the main gate designated for donations. The teams are looking for clothing items such as t-shirts, hoodies, and shoes that can be sent to the victims. If you are unable to attend the game at Blackford you can drop off your donations at Mississinewa High School’s Main Office before 3:30pm on Friday. Both schools thank you for your willingness to help those in need.


Boys Tennis took on CIC opponent Blackford tonight and made their conference record 2-0 with a win over the Bruins 5-0. The RJB Tennis teams also improved to 2-0 as the boys defeated Marion 5-0, and the girls won 4-1.


Boys Soccer falls to Heritage 9-0. The Indians will play next on Saturday after the girls 10:00am match-up with Whitko. Both games can be watched live on TribeTV at TheCube.com.


Volleyball traveled down the road to CIC rival Eastbrook to move to 2-0 in the conference with a 3-1 win. The RJB 7th and 8th grade Volleyball teams both held home court against the visiting Elwood Panthers with wins. Congratulations Lady Indians.

Tonight’s Events
MHS Football at Blackford . 7:00pm (Watch Live on TribeTV)

Boys Tennis Remains Unbeaten

Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
brooks_holloway@olemiss.k12.in.us
Featured Image by Andrew Evertts via Twitter

Everyone brought home a win last night for Boys Tennis as they traveled to Northwestern and moved to 5-0 on the season with a 5-0 win. All singles matches were shutouts and the doubles dominated as well. JV single Josiah Stark won both of his matches.


Volleyball won in three straight sets over visiting Southern Wells (25-13, 25-18, 25-10). Taylor Walker had 13 kills at the net while Erika Foy had 12 kills and 7 digs. Kenzie Skeens had 43 assists. The Lady Indians are now 7-1.


Boys Soccer traveled to Kreager Park to take on the Ft. Wayne Fusion club side. The Indians lost 6-1 as Colin Yoder found the back of the net with two minutes left in the game. Conner Layman had 25 saves in the goal. Boys Soccer travels to Delta on Saturday.

Tonight’s Events
MHS Football vs. New Haven . 7:00pm (Watch Live)