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Written by Filed Under One of the area's steadier boys basketball programs in recent years is in need of a head coach. Monroe Central coach Jeremy Duncan informed his players last Wednesday, and told The Star Press Tuesday, that he has resigned from
Taking advantage of seven Randolph Southern errors, Monroe Central breezed to a comfortable 10-2 triumph over the Rebels in the Class A girls softball sectional championship fray Thursday. Now 15-11, Monroe Central advances to the regional round
Links Sectional host Monroe Central clobbered Union City 21-3 in five innings Wednesday night in the semifinal round of the softball tournament...The Monroe Central trio of Katelind Phillips, Kayla Bogue and Morgan Engle each collected three hits.
Written by The Star Press Filed Under A pair of Delta track athletes accounted for five individual wins in a triangluar meet with Yorktown at Jay County. Their effort helped lift Delta to victory as the Eagles scored 63 points to Jay County's 49 and
Even after using all the strategy available, getting every ounce of competitive juice out of players, and emptying the playbook, sometimes all you can do as a basketball coach is doff your cap to an opponent. That's kind of the way Monroe Central
Winchester missed an opportunity to lock up the Randolph County girls basketball tournament championship Saturday when Heather Dixon missed two free throws with 3.4 seconds left in the game. But the Golden Falcons survived the missed opportunity when
Filed Under Daleville's Jaime Roberts pushes past Cowan's defense during Tuesday's game at Daleville. / Jordan Kartholl / The Star Press Daleville defeated Cowan 43-9 in girls basketball Tuesday. The Broncos led by 11 points at halftime and held the
Delta played Yorktown to a 1-1 draw in regulation and beat the Eagles 2-1 in penalty kicks. Katilin Clawson scored in regulation for Delta as did Michaela Mabee for Yorktown...The match was an early look at a showdown between the two teams next week.
Filed Under Whitney Wiist simply blew away the competition on Saturday at the Delta Invitational at The Water Bowl. Wiist, Winchester's top runner and the defending sectional and regional champion, took first place in the girls small-class Gold
Delta tennis coach Tim Cleland notched his 700th career victory as the 23rd-ranked Eagles won two of their three matches at the Kokomo Invitational...The Eagles lost two of those matches by 11-9 scores in third-set tiebreakers...Ethan Grove and Evan