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Baseball takes down Madison Grant, takes CIC plate back to Gas City

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by the Tribe Sports Network’s Ryan Scott. Featured Image by MHS Sports Photographer John Carper.

Baseball: The Indians took down Madison Grant for the second time this season 3-1 last night. Keaghan Williams went all 7 innings and only allowing 6 hits. Williams had 8k’s and only 1 walk.

Softball: Varsity Softball falls to MG 9-2
S. Herrera 1/3 rbi
K.Dunn 1/3 rbi
A. Hickman 1/3
M. Smith 1/3
L. Smith 1/3
K. Hosier 1/4

Girls Tennis: Last night, the Olemiss Tennis Team travelled to Hamilton Heights, where they picked up a 4-1 victory.  Winners were Madison Fuqua, Taylor Kern, Olivia Lucas, Ella Frantz/Hallie Sullivan.  The JV Team won 4-0 with wins by Val Neal, Kylee McMahan, Camille Arbogast, and Lily Walton.  The Indians will travel to Concordia to play in an 8-team invitational on Saturday.
Mississinewa 4  Hamilton Heights 1
#1S: Madison Fuqua won 6-0, 6-0
#2S: Taylor Kern won 7-6(0), 7-5
#3S: Olivia Lucas won 6-2, 6-3
#1D: Ella Frantz / Hallie Sullivan won 6-0, 6-2
#2D: Alicia Hunt / Isabelle Lucas lost 6-4, 2-6, 10-5

JV: Mississinewa 4 Hamilton Heights 0
#1S: Val Neal won 8-4
#2S: Kylee McMahan won 8-0
#1D: Camille Arbogast / Lily Walton won 8-2
#2D: Val Neal / Kylee McMahan won 8-1

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Go Indians!!

Girls tennis with big CIC win over MG and Track Grant 4 in action tonight

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by the Tribe Sports Network’s Ryan Scott.

Track and Field: Tonight, it’s the 2021 Track Grant 4 hosted by Mississinewa. Ole Miss, Eastbrook, Madison Grant and Oak Hill will be battling it out for the Grant 4 Championship at Fisher Field.

Softball: The Lady Indians lost last night to Frankton 8-2. No stats were reported.

Baseball: The Indians lost 6-4 to Frankton last night. No stats were reported at the time of post.

Girls Tennis: Girls Tennis hosted CIC and County rival Madison Grant last night and won 5-0. #1 Doubles of Ella Frantz and Hallie Sullivan stay undefeated at 10-0. No stats were reported at the time of post.

Boys Golf: The Indians were in action last night against Oak Hill. No stats were reported at the time of post.

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Recap From Last Nights Indians

Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by the Tribe Sports Network’s Ryan Scott and Dalton Bishop. Feature Image was taken by MHS sports photographer John Carper. Featured athlete is Mississinewa Junior Hallie Sullivan.

Track and Field: Track results for the boys and girls team from last night at Marion as they meet up with Marion and Eastbrook.

Girls Results: 
100 Hurdles 2nd Abby Oyler 3rd Avery Mariol 
100 meter run 1st Kaiyah Jones
4×100 Relay 1st place team of Abby Nash,  Alayna Webb,  Mackenzie Ressler and Kaiyah Jones
400 meter run 2nd Luchetti 
300 meter hurdles 4th Avery Mariol 
200 meter run 1st Kaiyah Jones 
4×400 Relay  1st place team of Alayna Webb, Avery Mariol, Abby Oyler, and Lia Luchetti 
High Jump 2nd Alayna Webb 
Long Jump 1st Webb 
Pole Vault 2nd Kendal Emmons 
Shot Put  2nd Katelyn Ramey
Discus 2nd Katelyn Ramey 

Final Point totals: Marion 42, EB 80, and Miss. 40  

Boys Results: 
4×800 meter relay 1st place team of Adrian Jeter, Ty Newsom, Tyler Cook, and Sam Bolden 
100 meter run 1st Hayden Nelson
1st  Hayden Nelson 3rd Trevon Hess  
1600 meter run 2nd Sam Bolden 4th Tyler Cook 
4×100 Relay 1st place team of Jayden Crick, Trevon Hess, Payton McPeak, Hayden Nelson
400 meter run 2nd Josh O’Connell
300 meter hurdles 1st Zach Luchetti, 4th Karver Jones 
800 meter run 4th Adrian Jeter  
200 meter run 2nd Trevon Hess   
3200 meter run 2nd Jon Alsup 
4X400 Relay 1st place team of Ty Newsom, Payton McPeak, Josh O’Connell, and Andre Sallade 
High Jump 1st Ty Newsom 4th Trevon Hess
Long Jump 2nd Andre Sallade,  
Pole Vault 2nd Zach Luchetti 4th Josh O’Connell 4th Fetterhoff 
Shot Put 3rd Dunn 4th Crosby 
Discus 3rd Brody Crosby 

Final Point Totals: Miss. 46, Marion 67 41, Eastbrook 53

Girls Tennis: Last night, the Olemiss Tennis Team hosted undefeated Western.  The Indians fought hard and took the match into a 3rd set at the #2 Singles position before dropping a 3-2 decision.  Madison Fuqua and the doubles team of Ella Frantz / Hallie Sullivan won their varsity matches.  The Indians are now 6-3 on the season and will host conference rival Madison Grant on Thursday. #1 doubles stays undefeated at 9-0
Western 3  Mississinewa 2
#1S: Madison Fuqua won 7-5, 6-2
#2S: Taylor Kern lost 3-6, 6-2, 6-2
#3S: Olivia Lucas lost 6-0, 6-0
#1D: Ella Frantz/Hallie Sullivan won 6-1, 6-4
#2D: Brooklynn Bos / Alicia Hunt lost 6-4, 6-4
JV: Western 3  Mississinewa 1
Winner was Kylee McMahan

Baseball: Lost to Oak Hill 14-4.

Softball: No score was reported.

MLB- The National League Central continues to be a very fun and interesting division. After losing seven consecutive games the Cincinnati Reds have now won two straight against the best team in baseball the Los Angeles Dodgers winning last night 6-5. Jesse Winker continues to be the storyline of the series batting 5/10 in the series for a 500 batting average, he also has Four RBI’s and Two HR’s. NL Central keep an eye on the Cincinnati Reds; they could be a dangerous team this season. Elsewhere in the NL Central the Pittsburgh Pirates continue to play good baseball with a win over the Kansas City Royals 2-1 last night. The Chicago Cubs lost in a shutout to the Atlanta Braves 5-0, the Cards from St. Louis were winners over the Phillies. The Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Miami Marlins 5-4.

Motorsports- The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will return to action this Friday night at Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Kentucky for the 17th annual John Bradshaw Memorial with the winner taking home $12,000. Saturday May 1st Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will then travel to the Florence Speedway in Florence, Kentucky for the Ralph Latham Memorial paying $15,000 to win. The top 5 in the point standings are led by Tim McCreadie from Watertown, NY with 1765 points. Martinsville, Indiana native Hudson O’Neal is 2nd 1725 points, Brandon Sheppard is 3rd, Devin Moran 4th, and Kyle Bronson is 5th. The Plymouth Speedway in Plymouth, Indiana kicks off the 2021 season this Saturday night with “Cabin Fever” they invite everyone to “The Playground Of Power”. Also in racing action locally is the Circus City Speedway in Peru, Indiana. Dalton Bishop, a member of TribeTV and The TribeSportsNetwork will be in the announcer’s booth on Saturday night before being in a race car next Friday Night at the Gas City I69 Speedway. 

Weather- Today, Mixed clouds and sun this morning. Scattered thunderstorms developing this afternoon. Storms may contain strong gusty winds. High 76F. Winds WSW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 50%. For tonight, Rain. Low 59F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall near an inch. For Thursday, Occasional rain. High 61F. Winds NW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Rainfall around a half an inch. And for Friday, plenty of sunshine High 61F. Winds NW at 15 to 25MPH. 
Local News- Grant County restaurants, businesses, and schools continue searching for help. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone in some sort of way making most of the businesses in Grant County very desperate for help. “I have owned this business for 49 years, never in 49 years have I been this short staffed nor this desperate for help” said Dane Franklin the owner of Myers Drive In. “We are currently seeking waitresses to help out, if you are without a job it is simply because you aren’t seeking to find a job because these places are looking”.

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