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Results from Maconaquah for Tuesday, August 22nd

Despite high temperatures, Daisy WIlliams and Miranda Stoll go low in win.

In their second year of playing number 1 and 2 for the Lady Braves, Junior Daisy Williams and Senior Mirnada Stoll have played together a few times. Each time they play together they usually do extremely well and Tuesday night was no exception as both finished the round with two over par 38s. Daisy shot her 38 her usual way: Hitting long drives, smart approaches, and making putts. Her only hiccup came on the 6th hole where she lost a ball but still made bogey even with the 2 stroke penalty. Miranda Stoll’s hard work on the practice green continues to pay off as she made a long 30 foot putt on the fourth hole and clutch up and down on the third hole. Combined with Peru’s Piercey Dyer, who was match medalist with a one over 37, the top group shot an outstanding combined 5 over par.

Third for Maconaquah and fourth overall was Freshman Aubrey Stoll with a 49. Aubrey came off the course complaining about her putting, but truth be told that her long game has improved so much that improved putting is the difference between her current scores and shooting in the thirties. Senior Haley Washburn had a strong night off the tee. She was observed hitting multiple drives straight down the fairway and up to 220 yards. She had an off night with her wedges and putter as they kept coming up short. Her 52 is a solid score on the challenging Rock Hollow front nine. Finley Dobbs had one of those trying nights where no part of her game was sharp. Despite this struggle, the junior showed maturity by finding a way to finish with a solid 53 by never giving up.

Maconaquah won the match 181 to 219 moving to 8-0 on the season.

Due to the heat, the junior varsity only had two players. Sydney Barnes, who had been playing well of late, struggled off the tee but was still able to card a 58. She played smart around the greens and putted well. Freshman Delaney Duke had a 60 on the evening. Delaney has developed a long, smooth swing in a short time, and as she gets more confidence her game and scores will improve.

The Lady Braves are back in action on Wednesday (weather permitting) as they play Northwestern and Tipton at Green Acres.

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