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Results from Maconaquah for Tuesday, November 28th

Girls Varsity Basketball beats Northfield Jr-Sr 51 – 40

The Lady Braves went on the road and picked up their first conference game of the season. The Lady Braves started the game off with scoring 20 points in the first quarter, and went on to out score Northfield in 3 of the 4 quarters.

The Lady Braves were led by Miranda Stoll with 24 points and 6 rebounds. It was the play of Addie Maiben off the bench that made a big impact on the game. Addie hit 3 out 4 (3 point shots) in the first half and finished the game with 9 points, 4 assists (0 tournovers) and 3 rebounds.

Bailey Carson continued her great defense and scored 8 points and had 3 assist. Hallie Maiben had 4 points and Shaelyn Powell, Sydney Barnes and Ireland Kile all had 2 points and played well on the defensive end of the court. Chloe Smyth and Aubrey Kaiser also did a great job coming off the bench and providing good defense.

The Lady Braves are back in action on Saturday, December 2 as they travel to Eastern for the annual “Cookie Cup” game. JV game is set for 12:00 pm with varsity starting around 1″30 pm.

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Boys Varsity Swimming beats Carroll 139 – 34

The boys had a pretty good first meet at Carroll. Monday meets are usually not great. It was great to see the freshman and newcommers get some experience in a high school meet. Times were not great, but it is early in the season and their endurance needs improving. I am very proud of Janis Groeber. He is our exchange student and has improved a tremendous amount in a short time. I thought he was going to quit the first practice. He dropped over 3 seconds in the 50 free. Luke Abbott had three best times. He dropped over 2 sec in 50 Br and .5 in 50 Free. He also swam the 100 fly for the first time. Our divers looked great. Two years ago we had no boy divers. That made scoring tough giving up 13 points in some meets. This year Brady and Aiden are in their second year and we have Cameron Metcalf in his first year. I am impressed with how much Cameron has learned in three weeks. He broke 100 points in his first meet. Brady +11 and Aiden +18, crushed their best scores from last year. Zach Duke dropped 7 sec in 200 Free and .9 sec in 50 Free. Aiden Ousley had a fantastic first swim in the 200 IM. He is now #2 on the depth chart. He also dropped .5 in 50 Back and .8 in 100 Back. The Golden Goggle Award goes to Joel Loshnowsky. Joel has improved so much from his 8th grade year. He is working so hard in practice. He dropped 2.2 in 50 back, .9 in 100 Free, and 2.2 in 100 Back. Next meet is Thursday at home. I look for the boys to have much better times.

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Our first meet took place at Carroll High School! It went really well and allowed us to see how hard we have been practicing! The girls came out and did not disappoint. The 200 Medley relay placed us in 1,2,3 with the team of Loshnowsky, Winegardner, Collins, and Laber winning the event. In the 200 free, Chloe Jordan was back and not far off her PR. She was followed by Thea Tyra and Marissa Burnett. The IM showed promise for Laci Winegardner and Kyndal Collins as they placed 1st and 2nd. Zoie Laber came in 1st place in the 50 free. Diving was a great showing with Kathryn Rodkey coming in first, Aubrey McClain in 3rd, and Violet Shively in 4th. The 100 fly was a race between teammates as Lucy Loshnowsky, Abby Jordan, and Laci Winegardner placed 1,2,3. The 100 Free was good to Zoie Laber as she came in 1st followed by Kathryn Rodkey in 2nd and freshman Delaney Duke coming in 3rd with a PR. Chloe Jordan came in 1st in the 500 followed by Thea Tyra and Marissa Burnett in 4th. The 200 free relay was a 1st place finish from Winegardner, Tyra, Abby Jordan and Chloe Jordan. The team of Rodkey, Shively, McClain, and Burnett placed 3rd. The 100 Back was another 1,2,3 finish from Loshnowsky, Collins, and Abby Jordan. Freshman Delaney Duke finished in 1st in the 100 breaststroke followed by Shay Schoettmer in 3rd and freshman Viala Seymoure in 4th. The 400 freestyle relay was a 1st place finish from Laber, Loshnowsky, Tyra, and C. Jordan followed by Duke, Burnett, Schoettmer, and Collins placing 2nd.

The Golden Goggle went to freshman Delaney Duke. She has come into this season and has been working really hard. It showed as she walked away with a first place finish in the 100 Breaststroke and a PR. She also had a PR by over four seconds from last year in the 100 freestyle. I can’t wait to see how much more Delaney will improve as the season moves forward. We will be at home on Thursday, November 30 against Manchester.

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