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Special night to honor retiring MHS Principal Lennon Brown

Coming up this Saturday, the Marion Giants will honor MHS Principal Lennon Brown, who is retiring at the end of December. In his four years at Marion High School, Mr. Brown has helped lead a transformation. The school, once on the brink of state takeover, is now earning statewide and even national attention for its

Marion Goes 4-1 at Maconaquah Duals

The Marion wrestlers went 4-1 at the Maconaquah Duals on Saturday.  The day was highlighted by Jordan Bledsoe and Jaylon Gibson winning their weight classes and Gabe Watkins breaking the school record for quickest pin. “We had an outstanding day of wrestling today”, said head coach Steve Swinson. The 4-1 record put us in 2nd

Girls Basketball Location Change for 12/6

Girls Basketball will play Muncie Central at Muncie Southside Middle School.This is a change in location from the original schedule. The JV game will stat at Noon with the Varsity to follow. Here is the address for Muncie Southside Middle School – 1601 E. 26th St. Muncie, IN 47302

Special night to honor fallen Giant, all veterans

The Giants’ next home basketball game — a girls/boys double header — will be a patriotic night that you won’t want to miss! Come help us honor the memory of a Giant who gave his life as a Marine in Afghanistan, Capt. Brandon “Bull” Barrett. Funds will be raised for the scholarship given in his

Marion Athletes Competing at the International Children’s Games in Australia

Follow all the updates and results complete with pictures of our athletes Down Under in Australia at the International Children’s Games by clicking here. Below is story written by Matt Wilson for the Chronicle-Tribune Marion High School sophomore Jaeda Manuel hopes her second experience with the International Children’s Games will be just as exciting as

Girls Remain Unbeaten in NCC Play

Written by Chuck Landis, Chronicle-Tribune After winning a second consecutive North Central Conference game Tuesday evening, Marion is beginning to shake off a poor start to its girls’ basketball season. “It feels great,” Giants forward Julia Cardwell said after the 78-59 victory over Anderson in Bill Green Arena. “We have worked so hard and then

Vijay Blackmon Named Player of the Week

After his career-high 32 points in the Marion Giants opening game, the Chronicle-Tribune selected junior Vijay Blackmon as its’ male athlete of the week.  He was 12-of-16 from the field.  The game is even more remarkable considering that Blackmon tore his ACL in a travel tournament back in May. Marion defeated Elwood 73-35 in front

1985 Marion Giants Inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

When you think of basketball, the Hoosier state inevitably is one of the first things you think about.  Indiana basketball is unrivaled and unmatched in passion and history.  Throughout all of the years of Hoosier Hysteria and all of the great champions crowned, only a handful of teams have been worthy enough to be bestowed

Girls Basketball Looks to go 2-0 in NCC Play

After winning their opener, the Marion girls basketball team will host Anderson on Tuesday at the Bill Green Arena with their sights on improving to 2-0 in the North Central Conference. The Giants beat Huntington North 72-64 on Saturday.  On the season, Marion is led by Senior Dejah Cyrus and Juniors Julia Cardwell and Virronica

Bledsoe Goes Undefeated at Wawassee Invite

Senior, Jordan Bledsoe finished unbeaten in five matches and Marion defeated two teams Saturday at the competitive Wawasee Duals wrestling meet Saturday. The Giants defeated DeKalb 45-31 and Tippecanoe Valley 42-40 and dropped a close 46-36 decision to a West Noble team which finished second in the meet. Eastside (57-18) and Whikto (52-30) also defeated