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.
The Mississinewa Girls Golf team continues to battle night in and night out. The girls played very well last night at arbor trace golf course as the Indians took on Eastbrook and Wabash. Head coach Josh Dakin was very happy with his teams performance. “Proud of the battle and consistency from our girls” said Dakin. Ashtynn Brubaker 44 (medalist) Layla Kikendall 69 were the two scores reported. The Lady Indians are back in action next Tuesday, September 8th at 4:30pm.
Last night the Girls Soccer team put on a dominating performance as they coasted to an 11-0 victory over the Eastern Comets. Junior Lia Luchetti led the way for Ole Miss scoring 6 goals. Avery Wilson scored 2, Kendal Emmons, Michaela Cook, and Isabelle Lucas all had 1 a piece. Savannah Herrera had 2 saves in goal. The Lady Indians are 3-2 on the season and return to action against Tippecannoe Valley on Saturday.
The #22 ranked Mississinewa Boys Tennis team continues to dominate. The Indians scored a 5-0 victory on county foe Madison-Grant last night. Winners were Riley Fuqua at number one singles, Hayden Rowley, and John Oliver at number two and three singles. Ryan Scott and Ethan Sample took care of business as they’ve done all season long winning 6-0, 6-0 at the number one doubles. Kannen Smith and Garrett Spencer won number two doubles. The Indians are now 8-0 on the year and 1-0 in the CIC. The busy week for the Indians continues tonight with Blackford coming to town to entertain the Indians at 5pm.
As a reminder tonight’s Volleyball matched scheduled with Eastbrook has been postponed. Stay tuned to MCSC Athletics on Facebook and Twitter for more updates regarding rescheduling info.
Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by Dalton Bishop. You may contact Dalton at his email email@example.com
If there was every any doubt about what the Mississinewa Boys Tennis team was capable of, there isn’t after nights convincing victory over county rival Marion. The Indians defeated the Giants starting with a singles victory from Senior Riley Fuqua 6-0, 6-1. Hayden Rowley won at number two singles 6-0, 6-1. Number three singles won with Ethan Sample 6-0, 6-2. Number one doubles saw Ryan Scott and John Oliver take care of business winning 6-0, 6-0. Kannen Smith and Garrett Spencer took care of business at number two doubles winning 6-0, 6-0. The Indians return to action tonight as they host Madison-Grant at 5pm. Come on out and support the Indians.
Mississinewa Girls Soccer kicked off the conference season with a bang, defeating cross county rival Oak Hill 1-0. Junior Lia Luchetti scored the lone goal for the Lady Indians. Last night’s match showed the grit, heart, and team chemistry for Ole Miss. The Lady Indians are back in action tonight as they host Eastern at 6pm. Come on out to Fisher Field and support your Lady Indians.
Mississinewa Girls Golf is back in action tonight as they take on both Wabash and Eastbrook. The Lady Indians are looking for another good outing in tonight’s golf match. The weather is going to be absolutely beautiful for the match tonight, get out and support the Lady Indian golfers tonight as they take on the Apaches and Panthers.
Today’s Tribe Sports Report is written by Dalton Bishop. You may contact Dalton at his email firstname.lastname@example.org. Featured image by MHS sports photographer John Carper.
Girls Golf will take the road for the Seventh time this season as they will travel to take on South Adams. On Saturday, the Indians were at the Conference tournament at the Walnut Creek golf course. Ashtynn Brubaker placed 5th in the tournament with a 101. The Indians are in action tonight against South Adams get out and support your lady Indians.
Mississinewa Volleyball is looking to ride the momentum wave of last weeks promising wins over Bluffton, Northfield, and Southern Wells. The Lady Indians will open up conference play on the road against Oak Hill. Seniors Mia Catey and Megan Stanley make up 62% of the Indians attack will a combined 55 kills of the teams 85, Catey also leads the Indians defensively with 12 blocks. Senior Sophie Corey has a total of 47 digs on the season leading all Lady Indians in that category, Carly Bolser would be next with 33. Lastly, Jazzy Nicholson has 77 assist averaging 7.7 per set. The Indians are looking to start the conference season off with a win. The action begins at 6pm tonight at Oak Hill High School. The theme for tonight will be “NEON” wear your Neon, be loud, be proud, and show your Indian Pride