Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by Dalton Bishop. You may contact Dalton at his email email@example.com. Featured Image by MHS Sports Photographer John Carper.
The Mississinewa Indians football team will have one final tuneup today before taking on CIC opponent Madison-Grant tomorrow morning. The Indians are currently 0-2 on the year but have shown promising uprise throughout the first two games. The Indians will battle the Argylls at Ball State University at 10am tomorrow morning, if you’re unable to attend the game you watch live on MCSCAthletics YouTube with a pregame show starting at 9:45am. Dalton Bishop, Josh Dakin, and Derric Gowan will have the call. If you want to attend the game but do not have tickets you can purchase them in the athletics office for $8 or $10 at the gate. CASH ONLY at the gate.
The Lady Indians volleyball is coming into the the Hornet Invitational at Rossville High with a conference loss at the hands of Madison-Grant. The Lady Indians will kick things off tomorrow morning at 9am.
The Indians Cross Country team will have a meet at the Wildcat Invitational at Indiana Wesleyan University tomorrow morning starting at 9am.
Girls Golf will have a busy day tomorrow for the Grant 4. Tee time is scheduled for 1pm.
Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by Dalton Bishop. You may contact Dalton at his email firstname.lastname@example.org. Featured image by MHS Sports Photographer John Carper.
Due to circumstances beyond our control the varsity football game scheduled for Friday, August 27th with Marion has been cancelled. In the interest of the health and safety of players from both teams this decision was made. This was not a decision made in haste, a lot of thought was put into it and it is unfortunate for both teams. We regret having to make this decision, but we feel in order to protect all stakeholders it is necessary. For fans that have purchased tickets for this game, full refunds will be provided. Please come into the athletic office, from 7:30am-3:00pm, at the high school to receive your refund.
The Mississinewa Volleyball team was able to take care of business on Thursday night, improving to 8-1 on the season defeating Southern Wells 3-0. The Lady Indians won the first set 25-15, Senior Mia Catey had the final kill in set one. The Indians was able to battle through the adversity in set two as Southern Wells was step for step with the Indians. They won the second set 25-18 after an error by Southern Wells. Set number three saw pure domination by the Indians winning 25-8 to sweep the night. Megan Stanley was able to score the final point of the match on a deep push to the far corner. The Lady Indians return to action this coming Monday at Oak Hill, match is scheduled for 6pm
The Indians tennis team traveled to #28 ranked Northwestern last night having success early in the match, mother nature eventually ended up winning the match. The match has been postponed until September 9th with the Indians leading 1-0. The Indians are back in action tomorrow morning at Mooresville High School for the Mooresville Invitational scheduled for 10am.
Mississinewa Boys Soccer will travel to Delta tomorrow morning for a 10am match. The Indians will be tested against a very stout Delta Eagles soccer team. Go out and support the Indians at Delta High School tomorrow morning.
Cross Country will be at the Eastbrook Invitational tomorrow morning that will be hosted at Taylor University. You can come out and support the Indians at 9am tomorrow morning.
The Lady Indians Golf team will be in action tomorrow after for CIC day at Walnut Creek golf course scheduled for 2pm. Go out and support these ladies as they compete in the CIC tomorrow afternoon.
Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by Dalton Bishop. You may contact Dalton at his email email@example.com featured image by MHS Sports Photographer John Carper.
The Mississinewa Indians football team kicked off the 2021 football season last night against a tough opponent in Pendleton Heights. The Indians would receive the football first, on the ensuing drive a Carson Campbell fumble would allow Pendleton Heights to take over the ball in excellent field position. The Arabians would march down the field and score on a Luke Candiano 1 yard rushing touchdown. At the end of One quarter Pendleton Heights led Mississinewa 7-0. In the Second quarter a couple of huge plays defensively forced a turnover on downs, that led to a 79 yard rushing touchdown for Senior Carson Campbell which tied the game at 7-7. Late in the Second quarter Mississinewa was able to march back down the field with an opportunity to score after Carson Campbell rushed the ball 13 yards down to the Arabian 1 yard line, a penalty for a block in the back called that back. At halftime the game was tied 7-7. The Third quarter turned into a 53 minute quarter. A quarter that saw the Indians starting quarterback Landry Rock and starting running back Carson Campbell leave the game with injuries. That brought In Sophomore quarterback Nolan Quaderer and Junior tailback Hayden Nelson. The Arabians would execute on the injuries scoring a touchdown taking a 14-7 lead at the end of Three quarters. In the Fourth quarter Carson Campbell would return to the field, Quaderer connected on a pass to the flat with Campbell which led to a 28 yard gain and put the Indians in scoring position. Hayden Nelson would score a touchdown Two plays later. A tied game with Two minutes left in the ball game the Indians had the ball marching down the field, the Fifth Indian turnover turned into the dagger for the Indians. A Thirteen yard pass from Luke Candiano to Will Kaster with 19.8 seconds remaining would eventually hand Mississinewa the loss falling 21-14. The Indians were banged up leaving Pendleton Heights. “We need to check on Landry and see what’s going on their, we just need to make sure we prepare our bodies for games” said head coach Kyle Buresh. There is no doubt Mississinewa had to battle adversity and did they ever by giving the Arabians all they wanted. “I loved our fight and I loved our guys heart, they didn’t stop competing no matter what was going on now I just need to do a better job of preparing them” said Buresh Friday night. Despite Landry Rock going out in the Third quarter it was Sophomore wide receiver Nolan Quaderer called upon for the quarterback duties. “Nolan is a poised individual, he’s a phenomenal kid I didn’t put him in the best situation this week because he didn’t get any reps at quarterback because he was actually rotating in at receiver. Thats on me because I didn’t prepare him well he’s only going to get better and better from here he works hard at it and I’m excited for his future” said Buresh. The Indians return to action next Friday as they host Marion at 7pm.
The Mississinewa Lady Indians are in action today with the Elwood Invitational beginning at 9am at Elwood High School. The Lady Indians will take on Tipton in game One today. The tournament is a “pool play” style tournament so be sure to come out and support your Lady Indians.
The Boys Tennis team is on the road this morning taking on Adams Central the match is scheduled for 10am as the Indians look to move to 3-0 on the year. Follow along to @OleMissTennis on Twitter to stay updated throughout the day. Get out and support your Indians.
Girls Soccer will look to improve to 2-0 on the season as they are on the road this morning to Delaware County to take on the Delta Eagles. The match is scheduled for a 10am start. Get out and support your Lady Indian soccer team.
Cross Country will kickoff their 2021 season this morning at Taylor University. The meet will start at 9am. Head on out to Upland and support your Cross Country Indians.