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Results from Maconaquah for Saturday, August 19th

Mac Boys Soccer Wins Over Wabash 7-1

In the first TRC game of the year, the boys brought home the victory over Wabash. This game was the 2nd of a double header with the girls team beating Wabash in the first game as well.
The boys played a very good brand of soccer and dominated the time of possession and shots on goal. Wabash’s goalie was quite the athlete and made several really good saves, but the Braves put up 20 shots on goal and connected on 7 of them. The only negative for Maconaquah came on a free kick from 25 yards out that was perfectly placed in the top right corner.

Maconaquah’s stout defense was led by Kevin Nord, Ryan Ousley, Corey Nord and Kyler Hanson. This group limited Wabash to just a handful of attempts. Scoring for the Braves were Nolan Jones and Isaac Lorenz with two goals each, Alex Hicks and Joe Manueles each had a goal. Colton Beebe put up a beautiful cross off a direct free kick that bounced off a few people and ended in the goal as well. The team also recorded several assists on the goals as well. Colton Beebe with 2, Bennett Isenburg with 3 Ethan Zeiser and Louis Mendoza with 1

In the three games so far, the Braves have scored 27 goals while giving up just the first in this game against Wabash. The next game will be at North Miami on Tuesday Aug 22nd.

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Braves finish 1-3 @ Kokomo Invite

The Braves started the day sluggish, but they secured a win against a tough Pike HS team in the final match of the day. The girls continue to improve on so many aspects of the game. Their next match will be at Logansport HS on August 24.

Mac vs. Kokomo

16-25, 21-25

Mac vs. Muncie Central

22-25, 25-19, 9-15

Mac vs. DeKalb

25-19, 14-25, 6-15

Mac vs. Pike

25-22, 25-7

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Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 4th place at Logansport Invite

The Maconaquah Lady Braves ran at Logansport High School on Saturday at the Jacob Graf Memorial Invitational. While the team is struggling with injuries, the Lady Braves still managed to finish in 4th place overall in a 16-team field, with three girls finishing in the top 20.

Senior Abby Jordan led the Lady Braves with a 6th place finish in a time of 21:01. Sophomore Chloe Jordan ran a season-best time of 21:48, crossing the line in 11th place. Junior Lucy Loshnowsky shaved over a minute of her season best time, finishing in 19th place in 22:20.

Junior Aubrey McClain (48th, 24:30) and senior Kaylee Futrell (52nd, 24:45) completed the scoring for the Maconaquah girls. Junior Kaytlin Moeller (59th, 25:11) ran her first race of the year, and junior Samantha Jones (66th, 25:46) ran a gutsy race, overcoming an injury occurring on the course.

Newcomer and sophomore Cloe Gibbs finished the race with a time of 38:35 in the junior varsity race.

The Lady Braves will compete in the Harrison 11-way invitational on Tuesday at the amphitheatre in Lafayette.

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Boys Varsity Cross Country are Jacob Graf Memorial Invite Champions

The Maconaquah boys cross country team traveled to Logansport High School for the Jacob Graf Memorial Invitational and came home champions of the twenty team field! In a preview of sectional teams, the Braves beat second-place Western by 4 points.

Junior Daylen Schrock led the way for the Braves, completing the race in a personal best time of 17:10 and finishing in 6th place overall. Senior Kaden Miller finished in 15th place, finishing in 18:10. Fellow senior Isaiah Wittenberg, recovering from injury, (20th, 18:17) was the 3rd Brave to finish in the top 20.

Rounding out the scoring was senior Isaiah Moore (26th, 18:32) and sophomore Kaden Hanson (32nd, 18:49). Newcomers sophomore Jeffrey Wilson (78th, 20:34) and freshman Joel Loshnowsky (79th, 20:37) both ran personsal best times as well.

In the junior varsity race, Janis Groeber placed 10th among the boys with a finishing time of 21:20. Freshman Jacob Bowman ran well, completing the course in 23:36, and junior Luke Abbot finished in 27:39.

The Braves will race at the amphitheatre in Lafayette on Tuesday in the Harrison 11-way meet.

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