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Results from Maconaquah for Monday, April 10th

Maconaquah High School Varsity Softball beat Tri-Central Jr-Sr High School 11-2

Maconaquah coasted to their first victory of the year over visiting Tri Central.

Maconaquah got on the board in the first inning when Sydney Barnes scored on a RBI hit from Bailey Carson. The Braves never looked back. Freshman Shaela Brazzel hit a 3 run home run in the 3rd, scoring Barnes and Buman. In the 5th Wibel, Clifton, Rader, and Barnes scored again.

Offensive totals for the Braves, Rader 1-3 2BB 2R 1RBI, Barnes 1-3 1BB 3R, Buman 3-5 1R 2RBI, Brazzel 3-4 1HR 1R 3RBI, Carson 1-3 1RBI, Tyra 1-2 2BB 1R, Wibel 1BB 2R, Clifton 2-3 1R.

In the circle Blayklee Buman gets the win hurling 5 innings, 5k, no walks, 1 Earned run, Bailey Carson earned the save pitching 2 scoreless innings.

Coach Carson thoughts…”Another great showing for Blayklee Buman and our defense. Amaya Rader had several great plays at short and a pick off when she went behind the plate. Amaya can play anywhere on the field and make outs. Offensively we hit the ball well up and down our lineup. The girls finally got the bat on the ball and we had some solid contact. Our base running is still not where it needs to be. We will continue to work on the small details.”


Maconaquah High School Varsity Baseball beat Eastbrook High School 15-3

Brandon Smitley led the Braves on the mound giving up 1 run on 3 hits while striking out 9 batters and walking 2.

The Braves got hits from Trace Armstrong, Bennett Isenburg, Kaleb Shelton, Brandon Smitley, Jackson Collins, Jacob Isley, MJ Ellis, and Fuddy Kile.

The Braves played well defensively and was highlighted when Braxton Birner completed a game ending double play.


Maconaquah 8th Grade Softball ties Whitko High School 3-3

-A Game Ended The Evening Tied Due To Time Limit



-B Game Got Their First WIN Of The Season



Maconaquah High School Boys Varsity Golf falls to Oak Hill High School 186-210

The Maconaquah boys varsity golf team gave a good effort but came up short to the opposing squad from Oak Hill last night at Rock Hollow.

Four players tied for honors each shooting 45, including Mac senior, Lane Brehmer.

Others scoring for the Braves were freshman, Cameron Metcalf at 52, senior, Billy Guinan, 56 and junior, Ryan Ousley with 57. Senior, Ayden Jernagan contributed a round of 60 to finish the opening night for the Braves.

The Braves travel to Chippendale south of Kokomo, Thursday to take on the Western Panthers. 4:30 start time.

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