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Results from Maconaquah for Tuesday, September 12th

Braves drop to Southwood

Braves weren’t able to defend the quick attack from Southwood. As play went on, they started to do a better job of defending the hit and they played better defense. We will keep plugging away to prepare for Western on Thursday at home.

Emma Zeiser: 4 kills

The freshman trio of Delaney Betzner, Ireland Kile, and Kasey Murry each had 2 kills.

Addie Maiben: 13 digs, 9 receptions

Averie Maiben: 14 digs

Bailey Carson: 17 digs, 15 receptions

Brionna Jernagan: 4 digs

Betzner & Averie Maiben each had 5 assists.

JV dropped to Southwood 12-25, 12-25

Leah Boggs: 3 assists, 8 digs, 3 points

Kira Ropes: 3 digs, 2 kills

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Mac Boys Varsity Beats Tri-Central 4-0 on Senior Night

The Boys Varsity team controlled the ball throughout the game and possessed the ball over 70% of the match. The team put up 27 shots on the Tri Central goal but only connected for 4 goals. The Mac midfield and defense allowed just 3 shots by the opponents. Scoring first for Maconaquah was Bennett Isenburg who collected a rebounded shot into the air, then buried the ball in the top corner. The next goal was from Isaac Lorenz, who received a pass in the middle, beat 4 defenders and the goalie to put the Braves up 2-0 at the 20 min mark left in the first half. Nolan Jones scored the next goal off a Corey Nord corner kick. Nolan has a real talent for finding the ball in the air as this was his 4th goal of the season from headers. Isenburg finished the scoring with a fantastic 1 touch out of the air from an assist by Zeiser, who made a great chip from the corner. The Tri-Central defense really improved in the 2nd half as the Braves were unable to find the net. Credit to the Trojan defense and 2nd half goalie as there were plenty of opportunities, but no scores.

This match was the last home game for the Braves this season and the team was rewarded with a great senior night crowd and small but loud student section. The season is half over and the remaining 7 games will be on the road. The team is now 8-1 on the season and will next face Mississinewa on Thursday. The Indians were the only team to beat Maconaquah during the regular season last year in a game that the Braves lost 1-0. This year Mississinewa is currently 6-2-1 and should be a very tough game. The Boys Varsity team controlled the ball throughout the game and possessed the ball over The Boys Varsity team controlled the ball throughout the game and possessed the ball over 70% of the match. The team put up 27 shots on the Tri Central goal but only connected for 4 goals. The Mac midfield and defense allowed just 3 shots by the opponents. Scoring first for Maconaquah was Bennett Isenburg who collected a rebounded shot into the air, then buried the ball in the top corner. The next goal was from Isaac Lorenz, who received a pass in the middle, beat 4 defenders and the goalie to put the Braves up 2-0 at the 20 min mark left in the first half. Nolan Jones scored the next goal off a Corey Nord corner kick. Nolan has a real talent for finding the ball in the air as this was his 4th goal of the season from headers. Isenburg finished the scoring with a fantastic 1 touch out of the air from an assist by Zeiser, who made a great chip from the corner. The Tri-Central defense really improved in the 2nd half as the Braves were unable to find the net. Credit to the Trojan defense and 2nd half goalie as there were plenty of opportunities, but no scores.

This match was the last home game for the Braves this season and the team was rewarded with a great senior night crowd and small but loud student section. The season is half over and the remaining 7 games will be on the road. The team is now 8-1 on the season and will next face Mississinewa on Thursday. The Indians were the only team to beat Maconaquah during the regular season last year in a game that the Braves lost 1-0. This year Mississinewa is currently 6-2-1 and should be a very tough game. 70% of the match. The team put up 27 shots on the Tri Central goal but only connected for 4 goals. The Mac midfield and defense allowed just 3 shots by the opponents. Scoring first for Maconaquah was Bennett Isenburg who collected a rebounded shot into the air, then buried the ball in the top corner. The next goal was from Isaac Lorenz, who received a pass in the middle, beat 4 defenders and the goalie to put the Braves up 2-0 at the 20 min mark left in the first half. Nolan Jones scored the next goal off a Corey Nord corner kick. Nolan has a real talent for finding the ball in the air as this was his 4th goal of the season from headers. Isenburg finished the scoring with a fantastic 1 touch out of the air from an assist by Zeiser, who made a great chip from the corner. The Tri-Central defense really improved in the 2nd half as the Braves were unable to find the net. Credit to the Trojan defense and 2nd half goalie as there were plenty of opportunities, but no scores.

This match was the last home game for the Braves this season and the team was rewarded with a great senior night crowd and small but loud student section. The season is half over and the remaining 7 games will be on the road. The team is now 8-1 on the season and will next face Mississinewa on Thursday. The Indians were the only team to beat Maconaquah during the regular season last year in a game that the Braves lost 1-0. This year Mississinewa is currently 6-2-1 and should be a very tough game.

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