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FALL sports set for season

Only 6 days until Mississinewa Community Schools will start the 2019-2020 school year, which Ole Miss fall sports officially start practice next week. Football, boys tennis, girls soccer, boys soccer, volleyball, boys xc, girls xc and girls golf are all ready to compete in the 2019 season.

Football will have their scrimmage against Eastern on August 16th on Fisher Field

Volleyball will open up at home on August 15th against Jay County

Boys Soccer will play their home opener on August 22nd against
Wabash

Girls Soccer will open their season at home on August 17th for a Jamboree

Boys Tennis will open their season up at home on August 15th with a scrimmage against lapel

Cross Country will open up on August 24th against Yorktown at Taylor University

Girls Golf will hit the links on August 9th at Home (Marion Elks) against Marion and Madison Grant

All Fall Schedules for the 2019 season are now on https://mcscathletics.com/– GO NOW!!!

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

OLE MISS GOLF COACH GRABS 8TH COUNTY AM TOURNAMENT TROPHY

Mississinewa assistant golf coach Andy Varner captured his eighth Grant County Amateur trophy on Sunday. The 72 hole tournament highlighted Varner finishing the final round with a 72. Through the hot 72 holes, Varner tied with one of Grant County’s greatest golfers, Jim Gallagher Jr with a 270. Varner has now moved closer to becoming the all time winningest golfer in tournament history. Now Varner will give back to the Mississinewa High School youth golf camp that starts today at the Marion Elks.

Andy Varner 67-65-66-72–270

Ole Miss Golfers that competed in the 88th county am are as followed,

Men’s First Flight- Tied for third Ty Corey 80-77-77-82-316

Men’s Second Flight- Second place Justin Dakin 80-87-84-89-340

*Picture by Chuck Landis, Marion Chronicle Tribune

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

Thank you indiAN nation

It’s hard to believe I have announced 100 varsity games for the school I love. The support I have gotten the past few years as I have been behind the mic has been outstanding. There are so many “Thank You’s” that I need to make and the first one is to the “man behind the senes”, The MCSC Media Director and TribeTV Instructor Mr. Brooks Holloway. The many hours he has spent with the Tribe Sports Network and all the things he has helped me with to become the announcer I am today, I wouldn’t be where I am today with out “Holloway”. Next I would like to thank my amazing partners within TribeTV and the TSN. Their help has been amazing, the “Tribe Guys” can do anything and my TSN crew can make a stream look like it’s from ESPN. Next I would like to thank the MCSC administration, your support of TribeTV and the TSN has been amazing over the years. Next to the community, fans and listeners. Thank you for the amazing support and thank you for “tuning into” the best student driven media production in the State. Next to my partners at the Radio station and all the guys who cover Grant County Sports. Lastly to my family, thank you for all the support and all the late nights. The nights coming back from a game that is an hour away, the late nights typing up a story or hearing my voice at 10:00 at night doing an interview. All these people have had a big impact on my announcing career and are special people. Again, thank you all for the support and I’m beyond excited to be calling more games behind the mic for Ole Miss Athletics.

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

Lady Indians put a show on in 10-0 win in game 1

It was another night on the diamond, another night to see a team that is a power house.

The Tribe Defeated Heritage in the opening round of the IHSAA state tournament last night, with a final score of 10-0. Jenna Berryhill stuck out 12 batters and only giving up 1 hit in the big show. Aubrey Tann went 2 for 4, with 3RBIs, 2B, Berryhill went 2 for 4, RBI and Riley McKee went 2 for 4, 3RBIs. The Lady Indians await the winner of game 2, which features Marion and Bellmont. That game will be played tonight at 5:30. WATCH THAT GAME LIVE ON MCSC ATHLETICS YOUTUBE.

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

GRant 4, baseball and softball set to hit the diamonds

The 2019 Grant 4 tournament is set to take place tomorrow at Eastbrook High School and after one cancellation, coaches players and AD’s hope to get it in especially with sectionals coming up next week, time is running out. First pitch for game 1 for both baseball and softball is set to be at 9am.

Baseball Bracket

Game 1: Mississinewa vs Oak Hill- rivalry game- This game will count as the CIC game that got cancelled from yesterday.

Game 2: Eastbrook vs Madison Grant

Game 3: Championship

Softball Bracket

Game 1: Oak Hill vs Madison Grant

Game 2: Mississinewa vs Eastbrook

Game 3: Championship

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

Tennis ends season in a tough loss, baseball sets to go head to head with rival

Baseball– Coach Scott and the Indians defeated Taylor last night on Senior night. The Indians gave up a 8 run lead but came back in the bottom of the 7th to seal the deal. Final Mississinewa 13 Taylor 12. Landen Swanner with the win going 2 for 5 with 3 RBI’s, Cade Campbell 3 for 4, Carson Campbell 2 for 3 and Colin Yoder with 2 RBI’s. The Tribe is back in action tonight as they travel to Converse to take on their rival with a 5pm first pitch. 

Tennis– The 2019 Girls tennis season came to a end last night as they lost to their rival, the Marion Giants 1-4. Lady Indian #2 Singles player Tyra Stanley was the lone winner with a 6-1 6-0 win, the Indians end their season in a tough loss but the Tribe has a share as the Central Indiana Conference champions. Congratulations Ladies on a GREAT season. 

Softball– The lady Indians took down Huntington North last night 11-1 in 6 innings of play. Jenna Berryhill with 5K’s, 2hits, 5BB’s, Madison Stanley went 3-4, 2B, RBI, Kiley Smalley went 2-4, 3RBI’s and Amaya David was 2-4 for the Tribe. The Lady Indians are back in action tonight vs Eastern. First pitch at 5pm.

Featured picture provided by High School Athletic Director Chance Young via Twitter

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

Hewitt signs with marines, Tennis draws rival and track kicks off Sectional #16

Tennis- When it comes to tennis and it’s a Mississinewa vs Marion match it’s going to come down to the wire. Coach Fleming and his squad will face the long time rival this Wednesday in the 45th Annual IHSAA Girls Tennis State Tournament on Bill Beekman Courts. The Tribe will be playing in match one at 5pm. Tune into Tribe Sports Daily tomorrow as myself (Ryan Scott) will have the breakdown and the Tribes chances against the Giants.

Signing- A huge congratulations to lady Indian basketball player Allie Hewitt on signing with the United States Marine Corps this afternoon, Allie the 1st Female Marine “Opha May Johnson” once again protects the legacy of women not taking the easy way and becoming the Fewer The Prouder Female Marines.

Left to Right- Head Girls Basketball coach Omega Tandy, Allie Hewitt and High School Athletic Director Chance Young- Picture provided by Coach Tandy via Instagram

Track- The 2019 Girls IHSAA Track and Field sectional will be getting under way tomorrow at Indiana Wesleyan University, the meet will start at 5:30.

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

Baseball recap and Panthers come to town

The Tribe is red hot. Winning 6 straight games,

The Tribe took down Eastbrook last night 17-3 after starting off very slow and being down three to nothing in the first two innings. Owen Felver with the win for Mississinewa with 6 K’s 9 walks, and only allowing 1 hit. Carson Campbell was 2 for 4 with an RBI. Landen Swanner was 1 for 4 with 3 RBIs. With a young team the Indians have to find ways to win and it comes down to situational baseball, The team has done just that, if it’s on the basses or at the plate pounding the ball into the ground to get a runner over that is what Mississinewa baseball is doing……. playing situational baseball.

The Tribe will host the Elwood Panthers tonight in a CIC showdown, The Indians are coming into tonight undefeated in the Central Indiana Conference.

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rscot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director


Ole Miss enters new sectionals

The IHSAA released Monday of new Sectional changes, some moving in, some moving out.

4A Football- Mississinewa will be moving out of Sectional 21 for class 4A football and now will be in Sectional 20. Sectional 20 is with Fort Wayne South, Fort Wayne, Marion, Jay County, Huntington North, Delta and New Haven.

3A Girls Basketball- Mississinewa will stay in the same Sectional and will be with Bellmont, Fort Wayne Luers, Heritage and Norwell.

3A Boys Basketball- Bishop Luers, Eastern and Oak Hill all move into Sectional 22 with that being said here is Sectional 22. Luers, Eastern, Mississinewa , Norwell, Bellmont, Heritage and Oak Hill.

3A Volleyball- Ole Miss has been moved out of Sectional 23 and now the Tribe is in Sectional 24 with Oak Hill, Maconaquah, Northwestern, Peru and Western.

2A Girls Soccer- Stays the same but Oak Hill moves in with Mississinewa, Northwestern, Peru and Western. 

2A Boys Soccer- Sectional 21 with, Eastern, Maconaquah, Northwestern, Peru, Tipton, Oak Hill and Western.

The IHSAA baseball and softball changes will be coming soon

A news release from the IHSAA executive committee saying

“Earlier today (April 29th), the IHSAA Executive Committee approved the sectional assignments in six team sports for the
next two school years. Following a minor adjustment made in boys soccer, the Executive Committee accepted the recommendations of
the respective realignment committees which determined the sectional groups for the 2019‐20 and 2020‐21
school years”.

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rsacot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

A Young Girls Tennis team continues win streak and a full recap on last nights events

Girls Tennis- The lady Indians hosted Wabash last night and captured a 4-1 win, winners for the Tribe were #1 singles Heidi Rowley, #2 singles Tyra Stanley, #3 singles Maggie Herring and #1 doubles team of Ella Frantz and Taylor Kern. The Lady’s only loss at #2 doubles with the team of Hallie Sullivan and Alexis Tignor.

JV Baseball- Indian baseball got a big win last night as they hosted Peru, the Tribe won 19-2 

JV Softball- The Lady Indians picked up a good win against Marion 28-3 at home

Varsity Softball- The Ladies fell 7-5 against Lapel 

Boys and Girls Track- The boys and girls both defeated Blackford and Frankton last night. The Lady Indians won 12 of 15 events. Carli Fones won 3 events to lead the girls team. The boys won 11 events including a win of the relays. Elijah Standridge, Brennan Butche, and Jason Arbogast all won two events. Officially the boys won 79-53.5-23.5 over the Eagles and Bruins respectively. The girls score was 92-32-32 in the same order.

Story By:

Ryan Scott

Rsacot2022@olemiss.k12.in.us

The Voice Of Indian Athletics/ The Tribe Sports Network Director

*Featured Image By TribeTV Photographer Riley Fuqua