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Results from Maconaquah for Monday, April 24th
Maconaquah High School Varsity Baseball falls to North Miami Middle/High School 9-5
Maconaquah Braves Varsity opened up scoring in the first inning. Maconaquah Braves Varsity scored one run when Trace Armstrong singled.
Maconaquah Braves Varsity notched four runs in the fifth inning.
Shelton was on the hill for Maconaquah Braves Varsity. The righty allowed three hits and seven runs over two innings, striking out two and walking one. Brandon Smitley and MJ Ellis entered the game as relief, throwing three innings and two innings respectively.
Haydon Chance, Armstrong, and Smitley each collected one hit to lead Maconaquah Braves Varsity.
North Miami totaled six hits in the game. Floor and Binnion each managed multiple hits for North Miami.
Maconaquah 8th Grade Softball beat Eastern High School – Greentown 2-1
The MMS Softball Team Came Out And Played Two Great Games That Ended In A WIN For Both Games Against Eastern..
-A Game WON A Very Close Game By Only One Point, With Defense Holding The Comets To Only 1 Run
-B Game Played Amazing And Had Some Beautiful Steals to Rack Up A WIN
Maconaquah High School Varsity Softball falls to North Miami Middle/High School 10-0
Maconaquah (5-5) falls to North Miami (8-1) at home Monday night. North Miami’s Senior Lauren Duncan pitches a 1 hit shutout against the Braves.
Maconaquah’s only hit on the night was Freshman Shaela Brazzel’s ground rule double over the left field fence.
Coach’s thoughts…”We knew going into tonight that North Miami was a good team at the plate that puts the ball in play. They were super aggressive on the base paths and took advantage of over throws and missed cut off throws. Additionally Duncan has great command in the circle. Our hitters were behind in the count all night. Getting down 0-2 or 1-2 against her is a tough battle. I have to do a better job of getting our girls ready. Our execution at the plate was poor. Our plan was to but the ball in play and we failed to do so, striking out 15 of the 18 outs. We will turn the page, regroup, and keep working. The girls have shown they are a resilient group.”