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Results from Maconaquah for Thursday, August 17th

Mac defeats County Rival Tigers 25-14, 22-25, 25-19, 25-16

The Braves played their home opener in front of a nice sized crowd. The Braves started hot in set 1, then lost some steam in set 2, but came back to win sets 3 and 4. The varsity team travels to Kokomo this weekend.

Delaney Betzner: 13 points, 3 kills, 18 assists, 11 digs

Addie Maiben: 10 digs, 12 receptions

Averie Maiben: 3 digs, 16 assists

Bailey Carson: 13 points, 28 digs, 21 receptions

Ireland Kile: 1 solo block, 5 kills

Alyssa Birner: 7 points, 10 kills, 1 solo block

Kasey Murry: 6 points, 3 kills

Katelyn Greis: 9 points, 10 kills

Emma Zeiser: 3 kills

Brionna Jernagan: 8 points, 13 digs, 12 receptions

JV Defeated the Tigers 25-`16, 25-20

Kaitlynn Bunch: 1 kill, 6 points

Aubrey Kaiser: 6 kills, 6 points, 9 digs, 5 receptions

Lucee Jernagan: 3 kills, 1 dig

Josie Callane: 4 points, 7 digs, 4 receptions

Kira Ropes: 1 kill, 1 dig

Kiera Rosenow: 2 kills, 8 digs, 5 receptions, 6 points

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Daisy Williams wins fourth medalist with under par round. Lady Braves move to 7-0 on season

What a difference 48 hours make. On Tuesday evening, Daisy Williams did not play to her high standards, so Wednesday she stayed late after practice hitting more balls on the range Thursday evening that work paid off as she recorded two birdies en route to a one under par 35 at Rock Hollow. The 35 was good enough to earn her fourth match medalist of the season. Daisy was playing her game; Long drives, smart approach shots and a wonderful short game. Her only flaw on her card was a three putt on the 8th hole after her tee shot went long leaving her a downhill putt. Miranda Stoll was second on the team and third overall in the four way match with a 43. Miranda did not have her A game this evening as she was not hitting the ball as well as she had in recent weeks. It’s a testament to her mental toughness that she scored as well as she did as she played smart shots and avoided big numbers. Hot on Miranda’s heels last night was her younger sister, Aubrey Stoll, who tied her personal best with a 45. Aubrey’s long game continues to impress as the distance and accuracy she hits the ball off the tee has improved each week. When her game from 100 yards and in matches her long game, her scores are going to go very low. As hard as she works on her game, that is going to happen sooner rather than later. Senior Haley Washburn recorded her personal best with a 47. Haley opened the match with consecutive pars. Her first hole she parred after a big drive then a well played second gave her a tap in par. Her second hole played a wonderful bunker shot and sank the putt to get the round started right. Haley has been working on distance control with her irons and her approaches landed on or near every green. Finley Dobbs had an up and down round as she shot 49. Finley had trouble off the tee early in the round which led to some challenging approach shots. Late in the round, she started hitting the driver well, but her putting went south. Despite all this she and her teammates all shot under 50.

The Lady Braves moved to 7-0 on the season as their score of 170 bested Peru (228), Whitko (233) and North Miami (244).

There was no official JV Match as only Maconaquah had enough players to score, but the JV players played well as well. Sydney Barnes continued her good play by carding a 50. Sydney hit her driver long and accurate all night. Freshman Delaney Duke was second with a 54 on the evening. Delaney is still learning the game, but her work ethic and desire to get better has been paying off as she gets better each week. Kahtryn Rodkey was as consistent as she was on Tuesday, but she still hit some wonderful shots and hit a great chip on the 5th green. She finished with 58. Jade Chrisopher didn’t finish her round, but she continues to try hard on each and every shot each and every round.

The Lady Braves have the weekend off before a rematch with the Peru Tigers at Rock Hollow on Tuesday August 22nd.

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