A Chance At History!

Story By: Dalton Bishop The Mississinewa Lady Indians tennis team began the IHSAA Girls tennis sectional yesterday evening with a match against cross county rival Marion. Haleigh Rowley played #1 Singles against Marion’s Mckenzie Nelson. Haleigh would win the match 6-3 and 6-0. At #2 Singles you would have Haleigh’s sister Heidi Rowley taking onContinue reading “A Chance At History!”

Stanley Adds Her Name To The History Book

Story By: Dalton Bishop After regular season success, Going 20-0, Sophomore Tyra Stanley still wants more as Sectionals approach. Tyra joins Cassie Fleming in 2007, Fleming was 14-0 in the regular season before she lost in the 5th round of the state tournament. The most recent person to go undefeated in the regular season wasContinue reading “Stanley Adds Her Name To The History Book”

Softball Routs Blackford, Gas City Speedway, and More

Story By: Dalton Bishop dbish2018@olemiss.k12.in.us Hartford City- It was a cold and rainy Tuesday evening and CIC Matchup for Coach Steve Miller and the Mississinewa Lady Indian Softball team. Although the weather outside was the cold the bats were hot for Ole Miss, Sophomore Jenna Berryhill went 5-5 with 2 doubles and 2RBI’s she alsoContinue reading “Softball Routs Blackford, Gas City Speedway, and More”

Softball 3-2 Travels to Kokomo Taylor

Story By: Dalton Bishop dbish2018@olemiss.k12.in.us After a busy week of Softball and the Mississinewa Prom, the Lady Indians are ready to get back to business tonight after last night’s cancellation. Last week Mississinewa went 3-2 playing 5 games in 5 nights. It all started Monday April 9th as the Lady Indians battled Lewis Cass. TheContinue reading “Softball 3-2 Travels to Kokomo Taylor”

Mr. Perfect leads the Wildcats to the Championship

Story By: Dalton Bishop dbish2018@olemiss.k12.in.us For the third time in five years, the Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcats have a chance to raise another red banner inside of Luckey Arena. The Wildcats defeated #1 Ranked IU East 75-72. Joel Okafor led the Wildcats going 6-6 from the floor and 6-6 from the free throw to giveContinue reading “Mr. Perfect leads the Wildcats to the Championship”

Mississinewa Goes out with a Fight

Games like the one Marion and Mississinewa played Saturday became an instant classic including with a packed gymnasium caused the great moments in the game also with Jerod May gaining his 1000 point this game it was overall a great performance by both teams. It was certainly in stark contrast to the double-overtime, 111-103 thriller the twoContinue reading “Mississinewa Goes out with a Fight”

Indians End The Regular Season 14-9

Story By: Dalton Bishop dbish2018@olemiss.k12.in.us The Mississinewa Basketball team ended their regular season in fashion tonight on their home-court defeating Taylor 71-50. The Indians jumped out to a 7-0 run to start the game before Taylor would call timeout. The Indians had control of the entire game leading by as many as 16 in theContinue reading “Indians End The Regular Season 14-9”

Indiana Wesleyan, Taylor Meet For Crossroads League Showdown

Story By: Dalton Bishop dbish2018@olemiss.k12.in.us An all Grant County college basketball meeting will take place tonight for the third time this season, Greg Tonagel and the Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcats will battle Josh Andrews and the Taylor Trojans for the third time this season. In the first meeting the Wildcats had the advantage led byContinue reading “Indiana Wesleyan, Taylor Meet For Crossroads League Showdown”