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TribeTV is Mississinewa Community School’s own student-driven media production crew. This year we are bringing our community new content including 360 video, upgraded HD live streams, more drone footage of events, the all new TribeTunes podcast, and much more.

Students in TribeTV have access to the entire Adobe Master Collection of content production software, DJI drone equipment, Blackmagic 4K video equipment, Canon photography peripherals including a Canon 80D DSLR, GoPro and 360Fly video gear, and a complete line of iOS and Apple products.Indian Field

Be sure to check out our streaming platform on YouTube and subscribe to our channel to get updated when all of the latest events launch. TribeTV is also on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat @MHSTribeTV. Visit our partner MCSC Athletics on YouTube and subscribe to their channel for MCSC Schools sports events.


Meet Our Team

Jhaiden Eyer . Photography & Studio Coordinator
Dalton Bishop . Athletics Coordinator
Robert Jones . Streaming & Web Design
Tyler Gleason . Videography
Chase Whitehead . Daily Show Producer
Isaac Scott . Pro Audio
Conner Ingram . Social Media Design
Seth Kochanek . Special Projects Coordinator

Brooks Holloway . MCSC Media Director . Contact

Featured post

Lady Indians Succeed In Overtime Thriller

Story By: Dalton Bishop
dbish2018@olemiss.k12.in.us

It was an overtime thriller in Alexandria, Indiana last night. The Mississinewa Lady Indian basketball team hit the road down state road 9 to Alexandria High School, for a CIC Matchup with the Tigers. The 1st quarter, the Lady Indians got off to a slow start trailing 17-7, before going on a 6-0 run led by Junior Ally Hewitt. They trailed 17-13 at the end of the 1st. Late in the 2nd half the Lady Indians were down 30-23 before making a run late to take it to the half. It was 30-25 when Freshman Alayna Webb pulled down an offensive rebound to put in a fading jump shot to bring it within three at the half. Early 3rd quarter, the Lady Indian team came to life, taking there first lead at 35-34. Alexandria went on a 6-0 run which forced Coach Tandy to a timeout. After the timeout, it was all business for the Mississinewa team as they answered with a 6-0 run, the two teams traded baskets back in forth until the score reached 43-41 Tigers with the lead. An Alayna Webb lob pass to Planck would be taken away, but Planck stole it back and made the layup to make it 43-43 at the end of three quarters. In the fourth Alexandria seemed to be pulling away as the expanded there lead to 53-47 late in the fourth. Two free throws from Senior Holli Greer brought the Tiger lead to four. The Lady Indians would get a defensive stop, before Freshman Alayna Webb would splash a three pointer to bring it to just one at 53-52. With 11.6 seconds left the Lady Indians would foul Blaine Kelley, she would nail both free throw attempts to make it 55-52. With 6.3 left on the clock the Lady Indians would have ball under there own basket. Sophomore Laekyn Emmons inbounded the ball to Sophomore Aubrey Tann, Tann would take two dribbles and then CONNECT on a three ball to send it to overtime. In Overtime the Lady Indians outscored Alexandria 10-7 and Senior Holli Greer would hit two free throws to seal the deal with just five seconds left. The Lady Indians won 65-62. They are on the road Saturday at Elwood at 6pm.

Local News Mid Week (Chronicle-Tribune)

The Ole miss Indians finally approved on a Trap shooting team, Trap shooting is basically Pigeon shooting, Most specific clay pigeon shooting.

A woman was arrested early Saturday after driving her car then running of, the scene. She was driving recklessly and had many moments that led to the police believing in fact that she was drunk. She also had children in her car. Nobody was seriously injured.

Many schools in Grant county closed Monday on Martin Luther King Jr day, either the observe the holiday, or the snow caused the school to close, but many Mississinewa families were distraught on finding out that the Mississinewa community schools didn’t observe it or close or even had a 2-hour delay that day. Many people are looking to petition to the school board to get the day off in the near future.

-Tyler Gleason

 

A Outstanding High School Comes To An End

Story By: Dalton Bishop
dbish2018@olemiss.k12.in.us

Gas City- The Mississinewa Lady Indians Basketball team has had a Four year Varsity starter Erika Foy. As a Freshman Foy came into the season with high expectations out of herself, fellow teammates, and coaches. Foy averaged 7ppg 5reb and 1ast as a Freshman. She scored 13 points the most in one game as a Freshman on January 3, 2015. Foy commented “My Freshman year was good, but it could’ve been better.” Her Sophomore year the bugs were out of the way and she seemed to understand the Varsity game a little better, Foy averaged 14ppg 5.5reb and 1ast. “I Felt a lot more comfortable my Sophomore year because I had played with some of the girls and we understood how each other played at that point” Foy added. She scored a career high 26 points against Muncie Burris on January 7, 2016. As a Junior Foy’s stats improved a tad bit averaging 14.5ppg 6reb and 3ast. “As an upperclassman and playing Varsity for 3 years, I felt I had a lot of responsibility to lead the team” Foy stated. Finally as a Senior Erika Foy’s stats have peaked averaging 17.5ppg 9Reb and 2ast a game. She scored her career high on November 4, 2017 against Kokomo Taylor of 28 points. 12 games into the season she scored her 1,000th career point against Oak Hill. Foy scored 25 points in her final High School Basketball game. Foy ends her career scoring 1,096 points in 85 career games. She averaged 13ppg 6reb and 2ast in her high school career. Foy has recieved a few college offers but is currently undecided. Foy stated “I have had a lot fun and a lot of memories over the past Four years, I’m going to miss it but I am looking forward to the future.” Coach Omega Tandy added “We have been doing preventive things for Erika, we knew she had a career outside of this season.”  “Erika’s heart is bigger then any element she might have.” Tandy said. Unfortunately we have lost her for the remainder of the season due to an injury, but we can look back on the memories of outstanding career of  Erika Foy. We look forward to following Foy in college and we would like to wish her the best of luck in college and in her future. 7518827808_IMG_9986.JPG

Mississinewa Community School

Today, Monday the 8th, Mississinewa Community Schools will run off of a 2hr delay due to weather conditions. The High School is having a spring show and the auditions will be tonight starting at 2:30 and lasting until 3:30. Also tonight the 9th grade boys basketball team will take on Delta in the main gym starting at 6:00. Tomorrow, Tuesday the 9th, the spring show will have a second day of auditions; beginning at 2:30 and ending at 3:30. Girls basketball will play Marion Tuesday night also. That will start at 6:00. Then at 7:00 the band will have boosters. Wednesday the 10th, the spring show will have it’s last day of auditions and they will begin at 12 noon. Wednesday night the boys 9th/JV/Varsity basketball team will take on Bellmont. 9th grade will start at 6:00 and JV will follow; then the Varsity will follow the JV. Come back Thursday morning for and outlook on the rest of the week.

Written By: Seth Kochanek

The Marion Classic Continues..

Story By: Dalton Bishop
dbishop.pt@wbat.com

Boys High School Basketball- The third annual Marion Basketball Classic got underway this morning. Game number one featured the Liberty Christian Lions and the Indianapolis Northwest Space Pioneers. Indianapolis Northwest controlled the first quarter, leading 16-10 at the end of one. At the halftime break, the Lions drew within one point making it 30-29 at the half. The third quarter, was a much lower scoring quarter it was 40-37 at the end of the quarter Northwest still with the lead. The Final score had the Space Pioneers over the Lions 61-54. Indianapolis Northwest was led in scoring by 5’1″ Sophomore Keen Reed. Reed has 19 points on 7/13 shooting he connected on 5/10 3 pointers. For the Liberty Christian Lions, Joshua Tufts would be the only player in double figures with 18. Tufts was 6/13 shooting and 2/4 from 3 point range. Game 2- Would be the Lawrence Central Bears against the Lighthouse Lions. At the end of one quarter The Bears led 14-8. Second quarter things got ugly for the Lions, Senior Jonte Morgan was called for a technical foul and thirty seconds later called for a second and ejected from the ball game. There was a combined three technical fouls called on the Lions in the second quarter. At the halftime break it was all Lawrence Central leading 47-18. At the end of three quarters Central led 75-34. The Final score would be 89-50 Lawrence Central coming away with the win. 57 fouls were called in the game with 76 Free throws being attempted. Game 3- Featured the Indianapolis Tindley Tigers Vs. Fort Wayne Snider Panthers. This game is considered the best game of the day so far, FW Snider led Tindley 20-17 at the end of one. The second quarter it was all Tindley outscoring the Panther 21-9 in the second to lead at the half 38-29. In the third quarter the Panthers rallied back to outscore the Tigers 25-17 and trailed by one 55-54. The fourth quarter Tindley ran away to a victory 76-67. The Tigers were led by Purdue Boilermaker commit Eric Hunter Jr. with 43 Points on 15/22 shooting from the field and 5/8 from downtown. The Panthers were led by Dillon Duff with 15 on 6/9 shooting. Game 4- Gary Roosevelt Panthers Vs. Fort Wayne Dwenger Saints. At the half it is 20-5 Dwenger. FT Wayne held Gary Roosevelt scoreless in the second quarter. Game 5- Valparaiso will take on Fort Wayne North at approximately 7pm. Game 6- The Marion Giants will host Fort Wayne Wayne to end out the Marion Classic that game tips at approximately 8:30pm.

JV Grant 4, Wrestling Grant 4

Story By: Dalton Bishop
dbishop.pt@wbat.com

Boys Basketball- The JV Grant 4 got underway last night in Gas City at Mississinewa High School. First the Mississinewa Indians and the Oak Hill Golden Eagles would take the hardwood. The Indians jumped all over the Golden Eagles 14-2 early in the first quarter. Leading the at the end of the first quarter 14-5. Oak Hill continued their 3-0 run to stretch it to a 7-0 run to make it a 14-9 ball game early second quarter. Golden Eagle coach Paige Brunner called a timeout. Out of the ensuing timeout the Golden Eagle defense was very stout, proving their point and holding the Indians to just three second quarter points. The Indians led 17-16 at the halftime break. In the 3rd quarter the Indians gave themselves a little separation leading 29-25 after three. In the 4th Oak Hill scored back to back buckets to make it 29-29, The Indians then went on a run to be up late in the game by 4. Oak Hill had the ball with 32.3 to play Landry Osman would pass the ball to Sophomore Tahj Johnson he would nail a three. Unfortunately, Coach Brunner had called a timeout before the ball had been released and the three would not count. Oak Hill miss the ensuing shot attempt causing them to foul and the Indians would go onto win and advance to the championship 40-35. Landen Swanner led the Indians with 11 points, Cade Campbell had 5 with a big shot late in the game. The Indians are on the road this evening for one final tune up before the Grant 4 Saturday. The Varsity Indians will play Eastbrook in game 2. The JV Indians play Madison Grant in the JV Championship game. The JV Indians defeated MG in their last meeting on Friday 71-31.

Girls Basketball- The Lady Indians took the hardwood after the JV team defeated Oak Hill 40-35. Now the Lady Indians wanted their turn at the Golden Eagles. The Lady Indians struggled early trailing 14-6 after one quarter of play. Early second quarter Jenna Berryhill would finally touch the ball and of course she would score and get the foul and connect on the free throw giving her three points. From that point forward it was all Lady Golden Eagles, they led 31-13 at the half. They would go onto win 54-35. The JV Championship features Oak Hill Vs. Madison Grant. Taylor Ulerick had 8 points, Jenna Berryhill and Laekyn Emmons had 7 a piece to make up the bulk of the scoring.

Wrestling- The Indians wrestling team traveled to MG for the Grant 4. Senior Jay Jones placed 3rd in his weight class. Sophomore Kyler Funk was the champion in his weight class, as a team the Indians placed 3rd.

 

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