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Indians and Giants set to square off

When it comes to High School tennis in Grant County there are two teams that are on top and that’s the Mississinewa Indians and the Marion Giants. The Mississinewa and Marion match for both the boys and the girls is one of the best rivalry matches in the state every year. Coach Doug Porter will welcome first-year head coach Caroline Cassidy and her Lady Indians to the Bill Beekman tennis courts tomorrow evening as the first serve will be at 5 pm. Through the many past seasons, it was been a 3-2 match both ways but a season ago Indians legendary head coach Bruce Fleming, in his last season before retirement, lead the Mississinewa boys tennis team to two victories over Porter and his Giants 5-0 both times. One of those times being in the State Tournament which propelled the Indians to be the Marion sectional and regional champions. So, tomorrow night Coach Cassidy will take her alum team into battle as they take on the Giants of Marion. Match one of two this season is set to be played tomorrow night.

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Boys and Girls soccer win, #24 Tennis wins and Volleyball fell to MG


Today’s Tribe Sports Report written by Ryan Scott. Featured picture by MHS sports photographer John Carper. 

Volleyball:

The Lady Indians fell to Madison Grant last night in three sets. The ladies are back in action this Saturday as they travel to Roseville High School for the Hornet Invitational starting at 9am. 

Boys Soccer:

Boys Soccer took down Muncie Central last night on Fisher Field 3-2. No stats were reported at the time of post. 

Girls Soccer: 

Coach Wilson and her ladies improve their record to 5-2 after a 9-2 win over the Muncie Central Bearcats. Goals by Lia luchetti with 7, Michaela Cook with 1, and Avery Wilson had 1.  Assists by Avery Wilson 2, Audrey Spencer1, and Ahlissa Wynne 1.

Boys Tennis: 

The #24 ranked Indians took down Maconaquah 4-1 last night to move to 11-2 on the year. The team is back on the road tonight at Northwestern as they resume that match due to weather a few weeks ago. 

#1S: Riley Fuqua defeated Mason Yoars 6-4, 6-0
#2S: Hayden Rowley defeated Hayden Maiben 6-1, 6-0
#3S: Micah Lord lost to Hayden Williamson 6-2, 6-2
#1D: Ryan Scott / John Oliver defeated Hays / Bailey 6-0, 6-2
#2D: Garrett Spencer / Kannen Smith defeated Smithley / Thompson 6-1, 6-1

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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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