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

Softball rolls past Lady Raiders, Recap on Last Night

The Mississinewa varsity baseball team traveled to Yorktown last night and had a rough night on the field, losing 5-0. The Tribe didn’t put up any hits, with only one runner put on base by a walk. Landen Swanner and Holden Brown were put on the mound. Mississinewa Softball hosted a Varsity and JV doubleContinue reading “Softball rolls past Lady Raiders, Recap on Last Night”

Baseball seniors start fourth season with scott

The baseball season has been here since March 11th for the Mississinewa Indians but mother nature has taken control and hasn’t let the Tribe to be in a game yet. There has been two games cancelled so far this season and and the team hopes to play against the Yorktown Tigers in Yorktown tomorrow. CoachContinue reading “Baseball seniors start fourth season with scott”

The Final tune-up

It’s that time already, the 2019 IHSAA basketball tournament starts this week, just two days after the IHSAA girls season finished up in Indianapolis. The Mississinewa Indians basketball team has one last practice before the big showdown. The Tribe will be playing in Decatur tomorrow night as they take on the Norwell Knights at 6pm.Continue reading “The Final tune-up”

Ladies finish regular season 13-9 and a look to Friday

It was just another night on Fredenberger Court and another CIC showdown. The Mississinewa Lady Indians took on the Frankton Lady Eagles last night. It was back and forth all night and Frankton came back in the fourth quarter and finished the game with a final of 51-47. Indians were lead by Junior Caily BolserContinue reading “Ladies finish regular season 13-9 and a look to Friday”

Indians take care of business

When it comes to the county tournament, its anyone’s game. Game 1 of the tournament was the Mississinewa Indians against the Oak Hill Golden Eagles. Indians knew they had to win to advance and also go 2-0 against the Golden Eagles. Ole Miss beat Oak Hill about 2 weeks ago. The Indians did go 2-0Continue reading “Indians take care of business”