Seth McPheron and Jay Butler were the top scorers in the losing effort with 11 and 10 points respectively.
Frankton is now 4-1 in the Central Indiana Conference and Mississinewa is 5-1. “It is nice to have it back in our hands,” said Brobston. “We can have it if we win out. We’ve got two more tough road games at Blackford and at Alexandria.”
But next up for the Eagles (12-2) is a home game tonight against Daleville. Frankton then will host Liberty Christian next Thursday.