During 2009, the Monrovia Bulldogs compiled the best football season record in school history. The Dogs finished 14-1, coming up just a few inches short of an undefeated season and a state championship. Monrovia won the West Central Conference, Sectional, Regional and Semi-State championships. This pictorial history celebrates their spectacular season. Proceeds above cost are donated to the Dimmack Children Fund in memory of Rich Dimmack, Monrovia Middle School teacher who passed away Oct. 26, 2009.
Rick Moore has nearly 40 years of professional writing and photography experience. He worked 15 years for The Times in Mooresville, Indiana (now The Mooresville-Decatur Times). He spent 9 years as Associate Editor with responsibilities for Decatur Township and Plainfield news as well as overseeing the sports section. The Times sports section was twice named best in the state of Indiana by the Hoosier State Press Association under his direction. He also earned awards for writing, photography, layout and design, and distinguished community service. From 1988 to 1992, Moore served as Editor of The Times. In 1992, he was hired by Hoosier Energy. He is retired from Hoosier Energy where he edited three company publications as well as completing a variety of other corporate communications duties. He has won more than two dozen national writing and photo awards from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. His photography passions include family, travel, nature and sports.
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