Written By: Jayden Glaser
Attention Seniors: Jostens will be here next Tuesday (May 2nd) during lunch to pick-up caps and gowns. You will have to pay with cash or credit on a remaining balance. Also, any football players buying cleats for next season must have their cleat size AND a $20 deposit turned in to Coach Funk by Monday, May 1st. Have a great day MHS, I’ll see you all again Monday.
Written By: Dalton Bishop
With Rain in the forecast for most of the day on Friday and a 100% chance of severe Thunderstorms on Saturday stay tuned to MCSC Athletics on Facebook and on Twitter for information about this weekends Activities. On Friday Evening thunderstorms and a high of 63 and for Saturday Severe thunderstorms and a high of 62. Be Safe and A Have a great weekend!
We are midway through the 2017 Mississinewa Lady Indian softball season and the Lady Indians stand at 9-2 overall and 1-1 in the CIC conference. For the Lady Indians it has been somewhat a roller coaster of a season, from trying to find the right fit at the Shortstop position to a what could of been possibly one of the worst outings in quite sometime the Lady Indians are determined to win the CIC Outright and to continue the bond as a team.
11 Game Recap
The Mississinewa Lady Indians are 11 games into the regular season. The Ladies started off on a 5 game win streak before picking up their first loss of the season losing 10-4 to a very good Bellmont Lady Braves team. After a loss to Bellmont the Lady Indians were determined to get back on the winning side of things. They hosted Lapel on April 18th, The Lady Indians came out victorious 7-3. Erika Foy pitched a Complete game of 7 innings and she added 4K’s along with the win. Mallory Sands went 4/4 with a HR and 6RBI’s. And then it was on to Huntington North. The Lady Indians picked up a 7-6 victory over the Lady Vikings. Freshman Lexi Cruzan was 2/4 with 2 doubles including a bases loaded base clearing double, Cruzan had 4RBI’s and was responsible for 5 of the teams 7 runs. It was time for the Lady Indians to open up conference play against the Madison Grant Lady Argylls. This performance may have been the one the worst outings in quite sometime for the Lady Indians. The Lady Indians were only able to muster a total of 3 hits and the slow but killer pitching from Lady Argyll Maddi Evans gave the Lady Indians fits. Evans had 12K’s against the Lady Indians. On Wednesday Night the Lady Indians would redeem themselves against Blackford defeating the Bruins 8-3. Erika Foy Pitched a Complete Game with 3 Hits and 9K’s. Mallory Sands was 3/3 with 4RBI’s.
Grant 4 at Madison Grant
The Lady Indians are scheduled to play the Grant 4 on Saturday April 29th at 10am against Oak Hill in Game 1 of the Grant 4 at Madison Grant. Madison Grant and Eastbrook and Scheduled to Compete in game 2 at 12:30pm.
Senior panoramic picture will be taken tomorrow, Thursday April 27th
Senior panoramic picture will be taken on Thursday April 27th
Seniors: Jostens will be here on Wednesday, April 26 to pick up caps, gowns, and announcements. This will take place during lunch time. You will need to pay in full for your order by cash or credit card. Personal checks will not be accepted. Also, The Senior Panoramic Picture will be taken on Thursday, April 27th at approximately 9:00 a.m. Order envelopes will be distributed in English class. Please bring order envelope with enclosed payment the day of the photo. No orders will be taken prior, if you have any questions please see Mrs. McGuire
Attention Seniors: Jostens will be here on Wednesday, April 26th to pick up caps, gowns, and announcements during lunch, you will need to pay in full for your order by cash or credit, Personal checks will NOT be accepted. Also, The Senior panoramic picture will be taken on Thursday, April 27th at approximately 9:00 a.m. Order envelopes will be distributed in English class. Please bring your order envelope with the enclosed payment on the day of the photo, orders will not be taken before then. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. McGuire.