Butche earns his ticket to state, Fisher and Fones had an outstanding season

For the 3rd straight year, Brennan Butche will have a ticket to the 2018 IHSAA State Finals. Butche ran in Fort Wayne this past Saturday on the IPFW course for Semi-State and ran a 15:45. That is his best finish at the New Haven Semi-State in 3 years.

Aurora Fisher finished 57th, her best placing in three tries at Semi-State.

with a time of 20:26

 

Carli Fones finished 111th out of 178 runners with a time of 21:25, her second Semi-State in her high school XC career.

 

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

Tribe Sports Network/The Voice Of Indian Athletics

 

 

Both Pictures Provided by Scott Hunt via twitterScreen Shot 2018-10-21 at 10.03.29 AM

TribeTV is LIVE for the ’17-’18 Season

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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

MHS Tribute To Veteran’s Program

MHS hosts its annual Veteran’s Day program on November 9th. The high school convocation begins at 7:30 A.M., R.J. Baskett and Elementary programs will follow. Be sure to be there to support and pay respect to the veterans who took time to serve their country.

Line Up:

Star Spangled Banner: Played by our very own MHS Band.

We Will Stand With You: Sang by the Crimson Choir

American Anthem: Sang by the Crimson Choir

Three Patriotic Treasures: Sang by the Ole Miss Singers

God Bess America: Sang by the Ole Miss Singers

For Our Heroes: Played by the MHS Band

Mansions of the Lord: Played by the MHS Band

Armed Forces Salute: Played by the MHS Band

Taps: Played by the MHS Band

Special performances will be featured in each program.

Football in the Championship, Butche ran great at state.

 

For the second year in a row, the Mississinewa Indians football team will play in the sectional championship. The Indians beat Yorktown in the second round of sectional 21 this past Friday 24-14. Now the team will prep for the championship for this Friday at Fisher Field. Mississinewa will play big county rival the Marion Giants. 

You can watch the Sectional 21 championship game live on MCSC Athletics Youtube Provided by TribeTV  Ryan Scott and Dalton Bishop on the mics for the big game 

 

In the third straight year, Brennan Butche earned his ticket for the IHSAA state finals. Butche placed extremely well. The 3rd place finisher came home with more hardware in the trophy case 

 

 

 

Story By: Ryan Scott 

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

Tribe Sports Network/The Voice Of Indian Athletics 

 

 

Cross Country picture provided by MHS Indian Athletics Twitter

Football picture provided by TribeTV Photography Dqem0TUX0AA79UI

Sectional 21

“The new season starts tonight”  

 

         Indian football finished the regular season 8-1 and 7-0 in the conference. The team had an undefeated conference season to make them the 2018 CIC champs, now the Indians prep for the first round of IHSAA sectional 21. Mississinewa will host Western on Fisher Field. The Panthers are coming off a win against 1A Lafayette Central Catholic 56-19. The Panthers finished the regular season 7-2.  Mississinewa High School Athletic Director Chanse Young would like to welcome each Player, Coach, Fans, and Officials to MHS to tonight’s game 

Watch live on MCSC Athletics Youtube. Pregame starts at 6:15 with Ryan Scott and Special Guest Dalton Bishop on the call of the game

 

***WTHR sports director Dave Calabro and Operation football will be at Fisher Field for the big sectional game (Weather Permitting) ***

 

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

Tribe Sports Network/The Voice Of Indian Athletics

CIC Champions

The Mississinewa football team defeated Blackford this Friday 28-0. Junior Cade Campbell rushed for two touchdowns. Senior Heisman Skeens rushed for one touchdown and threw a touchdown pass to Junior Andrew Cruz. Sophomore Andre Sallade kicked 3 PATs and Senior Sam Tarpein kicked 1 PAT.

Indian football team was named the 2018 Central Indiana Conference Champs (CIC)

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Here are the week 9 awards ,

Scout Defense Player of the week- Grayson Dunn and Jessie Plummer 4 decals each

Scout Offense Player of the week- Dorian Mahoney and Elijah Standridge 4 decals each

Offensive Player of the week- Heisman Skeens and Cade Campbell

Defensive Player of the week- Team Defense

Tuff Man Award- Bryce Luedtke

Warrior of the Week-

Special Teams of the Week- Andre Sallade

Lineman of the Week-

6 second player award- Chris Pavey

 

Story By:

Ryan Scott 

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

Tribe Sports Network/The Voice Of Indian Athletics 

Indian Tennis preps for CIC championship

Indian Tennis team is prepping for the 2018 Central Indiana Conference title. The team will play at Frankton on Wednesday. The Indians are 4-0 in the CIC and will hope to be named the 2018 champs.

 

Story by:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

Tribe Sports Network

 

Picture by: Ole Miss Tennis Twitter

Mr.Fritchman

Mr.Fritchman feels that his slight time with MHS as been even better then great. The love that Fritchman has to pass knowledge that he has down to others is uncanny. With Fritchman’s love of teaching he decided to go to the army he served two tours of duty mostly in Egypt and Germany. Now Fritchman still loves teaching but he also loves to Kayaking in calm waters and go Recumbent trike riding. This school has great students and staff says Fritchman. He also said he is blessed to be among them, learning much from both colleague and student alike. He believes his positive creative enthusiasm is a great value. He enjoys seeing students’ faces light up because they feel accomplished or they find his approach humorous yet helpful.

Mr.Armes

Well Mr. Ryan Armes decided to take some time off last year and I didn’t take very long for him to come back teaching kids that he used to teach Intro to business and businesses classes but he came back to teach something that was a void in the Mississinewa Curcimulm and that was Intro to computer science and AP Computer Science. It looks like he still loves teaching even from way back in the days of teaching business. I enjoyed his love for computing and informatics since the days back in Indiana Wesleyan University, he knew he wanted to spread his own knowledge that he learned to the students of Mississinewa High School in a fun but Informational way of teaching.

-Tyler Gleason

Mr.Smith

Smith loves it here so far, he says that this school is perfect for him and has a deep tradition has been a great experience for him. He liked the idea of working with students but he was also a huge history nerd, so he combined the two into a profession. Smith gained his knowledge and degree at Indiana Wesleyan University. Smith is deaf in one ear and also has a metallic heart valve, but that doesn’t stop him for doing the things he enjoys like playing tennis, cooking, watching movies and Reading a good book once an a while. Mr.Smith sees this school as a great opportunity, for students to learn and grow into creative learners, while teachers can place out their passion for their content into practice with their passion for seeing student growth. Smith says that he has already benefited from the diverse experiences he has had in his classroom as he works to create a positive learning environment.

Mississinewa High School Student-Media Productions

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