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Results from Maconaquah for Saturday, January 21st

Maconaquah High School Boys Varsity Swimming finishes 1st place at TRC Championships

What a great day to be a BRAVE. I am so proud of the effort all of the boys put forth today. 84% Best Times/Scores. Results are attached if you want to see where they placed. Time drops are:

Ian Kolhs 3.6 in 100 Breaststroke

Quinn Richard 1 in 100 Butterfly and 2 in 100 Backstroke

Jesse Santiago .7 in 200 IM

Coen Thompson .6 in 100 Back and 1.1 in 100 Free

Jarrod Nead 4 in 200 Free and 11.4 in 500 Free

Luke Abbott 2.3 in 100 Breast

Brady Dausch was our only champion winning Diving with 290.20 points. He also dropped .8 in 50 Free

P.J. Higgins .5 in 50 Free, 7 in 200 IM, and .6 in 100 Free

Garrett McManus 4.5 in 200 Free, 10 in 500 Free, 1.8 in 100 Free

Cole Nye .6 in 50 Breast, 4.5 in 100 Fly, .7 in 50 Free, and 2.5 in 100 Breast

Victor Riker .5 in 50 Free and 1.6 in 100 Back

Drake Samuel 5.5 in 500 Free

The Golden Goggle Award goes to Isaac Lorenz and Ryley Rodkey.

Isaac was 4/4 best. He looked so fast all day. He dropped .9 in 50 Free, 1.5 in 100 Free, .1 in 50 Free leg of 200 Free Relay, and 3.6 in 100 Free leg of 400 Free Relay.

Ryley had an amazing swim in the 200 Free dropping 6 seconds, 1.3 in the 100 Free, and .7 in 100 Free leg of 400 Relay

This was the 8th consecuative conference win for our boys program. It would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our athletes.


Maconaquah High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Frankton Jr-Sr High School 72-46

The Braves came home and beat a hustling and very determined Frankton team.

The Braves improved to 9 wins and 5 losses on the season.

Coach Burrus Quote:” We strung together two nights of good defense. We expended a lot of energy at Western Friday night. We also didn’t shoot very well, tonight. We stress to play defense every game and tonight that really helped. We also had 22 offensive rebounds which is an incredible number. It was a good win, tonight. Not our best play but we battled Frankton. A highlight for me was Fuddy Kile having 11 rebounds off the bench.

Thanks for all the support of our team this weekend. We play at Cass this Friday. I hope we can bring a big crowd to Cass to help us compete with Cass. We only have one game next week, Friday at Cass. Hopefullyv we can get em.”

Maple 21pts 6reb 1ast 3st

Kelly 15pts 1reb 2ast 1st

Ball 13pts 9reb 3ast 1bl 3st

Ellis 8pts 6reb

Zeiser 4pts 7reb 2ast 1st

Armstrong 4pts 3reb

Kile 2pts 11reb 2ast 1st

Adams 3pts

Miller 1rebast

Birner 1reb

Reeser 1reb 1asst


The Lady Braves jumped out to a 29-3 halftime lead over the Warriors and cruised to a 36-17 win. The ladies put six players in the scoring column lead by Aubrey Kaiser with 14, Delaney Betzner and Kasey Murry with 7 a piece, Ireland Kile with 4 and Ani Osornio and Aubrey Stoll each with 2.

The Lady Braves improved to 6-0 with a 46-15 win over the Caston Comets to claim the County Championship. The Lady Braves overwhelmed the previously unbeaten Comets with full court pressure defense and a smothering half court man. The ladies again had a balanced scoring attack with six Braves scoring. The Braves were lead by Aubrey Kaiser with 18, Aubrey Stoll with 9, Delaney Betzner with 8, Kasey Murry with 6, Ireland Kile with 3 and Ani Osornio rounded out the scoring with 2. The Lady Braves are back in action on Monday at Rochester.


Maconaquah High School Girls Varsity Swimming scores 383 points at meet at TRC Championships

The girls came to TRC ready to swim! We had over twenty best times and I couldn’t have been more proud of their performances. They were ready to defend their title as the best in the TRC! In the 200 Medley Relay, Loshnowsky, Heath (PR), Collins (PR), and Winegardner (PR) placed 2nd and dropped two full seconds off of their time. Chloe Jordan placed 1st dropping 1 second with Thea Tyra in 4th and Maddie Brennan dropped three seconds and placed 7th. In the 200 IM, Samantha Jones placed 2nd, Kyndal Collins dropped one second placing 4th, and Shay Schottmer placed 7th. Zoie Laber dropped a second and placed 2nd, Laci Winegardner dropped .6 seconds placing 6th, followed by Nevy Sebastian in 7th. Kathryn Rodkey stood on top of the podium as champion with Kaylee Futrell placing 5th. In the 100 butterfly, Samantha Jones placed 2nd, Nevy Sebastian placed 4th, and Abby Jordan placed 5th. The 100 freestyle was a great race with Laber dropping 2 seconds placing 3rd, Abby Heath dropping a second placed 4th, and Lucy Loshnowsky also dropping a second and placing 5th. Chloe Jordan placed 1st in the 500, Thea Tyra placed 3rd and Maddie Brennan dropped a second to hang on to 5th place. The 200 free relay had the girls (Laber, Winegardner, Tyra, Chloe Jordan (PR) placing 2nd with a 4 second time drop. Lucy Loshnowsky placed 1st in the 100 backstroke followed by Collins and Abby Jordan in 3rd and 4th. Abby Heath placed 1st in the 100 Breaststroke dropping 2 seconds followed by Laci Winegardner in 5th and Shay Schoettmer in 6th. In the 400 freestyle relay, Laber (PR), Heath (PR), Sebastian, and C. Jordan placed 1st.

Two Golden Goggles were given out today. Nevy Sebastian and Shay Schoettmer. Both ladies have had a rough couple of weeks and have pressed on and continued to stay positive. They both made it onto the podium today and kept their team on track. I love their spirit and dedication, I could not have been more proud!

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