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Results from Maconaquah for Tuesday, August 15th

Our young Braves took to the road for our first game of the season. They came out and played a fairly solid 3 sets despite the first game jitters. Although we didn’t come out on top, we discussed that this team has the determination to get better, so I see great things happening this season. We play at home on Thursday.

Delaney Betzner: 3 kills, 4 assists, 2 pts, 7 digs

Averie Maiben: 7 assists, 8 digs

Bailey Carson: 18 receptions, 9 digs

Ireland Kile: 5 kills

Alyssa Birner: 4 kills, 6 digs, 10 receptions

Katelyn Greis: 3 kills, 3 digs

JV dropped in 3 sets

23-25, 25-24, 10-15

Aubrey Kaiser: 3 kills, 23 digs, 10 receptions, 7 points

Leah Boggs: 9 points

Kiera Rosenow: 3 kills, 13 receptions

Kira Ropes: 8 digs, 8 receptions


Miranda Stoll earns medalist honors as Maconaquah defeats Oak Hill

All the hard work on the range and putting green paid off big for Senior Miranda Stoll on Tuesday night as she earned match medalist with a stellar 39 at Arbor Trace Golf Course. Miranda opened the match with a long accurate drive on her first hole and played all the par fours and fives in even par for the night. Daisy Williams had a rare off night for her as she struggled on the Arbor Trace greens and could never really get in a good groove. She finished with a 45 that was good enough for second overall. Junior Finley Dobbs and Freshman Aubrey Stoll tied for third overall, both shooting 48. Finley played well for 8 holes and had an incredible up and down on the 7th hole where she hit a 40 yard wedge shot to just a few feet. The last hole, a long par 5, gave her trouble but overall she had a good round. Aubrey Stoll was the opposite of Finley as she had a very rough start as she struggled around and on the greens. She was able to turn it around and play the last 6 holes in 6 over including a clutch six foot putt on the last hole. Senior Haley Washburn got her round started right by hitting her opening tee shot right down the middle, but her iron game struggled as the soggy fairways didn’t allow her to have consistent solid contact. She finished with a 55 on the night.

The Lady Braves moved to 4-0 on the season with a 180 to 223 win.

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