Story by Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director
Boys and Girls Soccer started the 2017 season with two tough opponents. The boys were on the road to Peru last night. The Indians lost 2-1 with a goal from Colin Yoder (assist Sean Williams). Conner Layman recorded 11 saves, and as a team they compiled 27 (15) shots (on goal) and placed 13 corner kicks. The Lady Indians hosted Mt. Vernon for the first official soccer match on the newly installed turf. Mt. Vernon controlled the match with a 14-0 win.
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Monday, August 14, 2017
Story by Brooks Holloway, MCSC Media Director
The 2017 fall season for Mississinewa sports is underway. Coach Funk and the Indian Football team competed Friday in a scrimmage against the Eastern Comets. The Indians look to retain their CIC title and excellent performance last year as they open the season with non-conference play on Friday at Lapel (7:00pm).
Boys and Girls Soccer kicked off their seasons with Jamboree action on Saturday. The Boys, at Eastbrook, competed very well in both periods of play as the Girls traveled to Oak Hill and battled in an afternoon exhibition. Both teams made Mississinewa very proud. Boys Soccer opens up play at Peru tomorrow at 5:00pm. The Lady Indians host Mt. Vernon on Tuesday starting at 6:00pm. You can watch the Lady Indians host Mt. Vernon on Tribe TV, as well as all home matches.
Monday, August 14 Events
Boys Tennis vs. Bluffton . 5:00pm
April 24, 2017
Kayla Webb signed with Indiana Wesleyan University to continue her soccer and academic career. @MCSCSoccer
Girls Tennis hosted Muncie Burris last night. Here is what Coach Bruce Fleming had to say, “On Monday, the Ole Miss Tennis team hosted the Owls of Muncie Burris. It was a great match that saw four of the five varsity courts playing three-set matches. With the Indians capturing the #1 singles position in straight sets. all other positions split the first two sets. After Katie Powell and Tyra Stanley won their 3rd set at #1 doubles, Maggie Herring won a traditional third set tie break to give the Indians the team victory. Mississinewa is now 7-2 and will host Madison Grant on Thursday. Their match vs. Western, scheduled for Tuesday this week, was postponed until May 12th.”
Varsity 3-2 Win
Haleigh Rowley won 6-3, 6-3
Heidi Rowley lost 3-6, 6-4, 13-11 STB
Maggie Herring won 3-6, 6-2, 7-6 (7-3)
Katie Powell & Tyra Stanley won 4-6, 6-4, 6-1
Pia Briz & Gabby Stephenson lost 4-6, 6-4, 6-3
JV 4-2 Win
Singles Winner: Abigail Tignor
Doubles Winners: Abigail Tignor & Heavyn Miller, Amiah Lewis & Rileigh Zirkle, and Makayla Gray & Alexis Tignor
JV Baseball defeated Southern Wells 15-5 in five innings. Cade Campbell was 4-4 with 4 runs, and Andruw Cruz was 3-4 with a triple and a double.
JV Softball hosted Wapahani and picked up another big win 10-1.
Even though the Boys Baseball game was postponed last night (rescheduled for Wednesday, April 12 at 5:00pm, Watch Live on TheCube), the Lady Indians still battled.
Mississinewa Softball defeated Wabash 13-1 on the road. Foy and Leavitt teamed up for a no-hitter. Bennett and Foy were 3-3 at bat, and McKee, Patton, and Sands were each 2-4. The Lady Indians had 15 hits. The JV Softball team lost to Western 7-9.
The Girls Tennis team defeated Bluffton 4-1 at BHS preparing for the in-county contest on Thursday against #25 Marion. Haleigh Rowley, Heidi Rowley, and Maggie Herring all came away with Singles wins with Katie Powell and Gabby Stephenson at the #2 Doubles position. The JV team also won 5-1.
RJB Soccer also played last night against Western losing 1-3.
Progress on the new turf field and track project continues. Below is aerial footage from the brand new TribeTV DroneOne. Scheduled completion of the project is for late July.