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Results from Maconaquah for Tuesday, December 12th.

Boys Varsity Swimming beats Wabash 115 – 63

The boys are now 5-0 on the season after a win last night at Wabash. Times were not great as the Y is a difficult place to swim. Isaac Lorenz swam the 100 Back for the first time. Isaiah Moore dropped 16 sec in the 50 Breast. P.J. Higgins dropped 6 sec in the 100 Breast. Garrett McManus -.01 in 50 Free. Aiden Williams swam the 50 Free in the Medley Relay. This is the first time he has swam in a meet. Camron Metcalf learned two new dives last Thursday and performed them last night. He increased his score by 6 points. Drake Samuel continues to drop time. He dropped 5 sec in both the 200 Free and 500 Free and .6 in the 100 Free. Colton Beebe dropped .5 in 50 Free. Sam Cardwell swam the 500 Free for the first time. Zach Duke dropped .4 in the 50 Back. The Golden Goggle Award goes to Luke Abbott. Luke is in his second season swimming and has improved so much at everything. Last year he could do free and breast. Now he can do all the strokes. He dropped 2.1 in the 50 Fly, 5.2 in the 200 IM, and .3 in the 50 Free. We have Lewis Cass on Thursday. I look for the boys to have a much better night all around.

Girls Varsity Swimming beats Wabash 135 – 43

The girls were in Wabash Apache Territory on Monday night! In the 200 Medley Relay Loshnowsky, Duke, Winegardner, and Laber placed 1st with Abby Jordan, Schoettmer, Collins, and Rodkey placed 3rd. Chloe Jordan placed 1st in the 200 free with Marissa Burnett and Viala Seymoure coming in 3rd and 4th. In the 200 IM, Winegardner, Collins, and Schoettmer placed 1,2,3. Zoie Laber came in 1st in the 50 free with Abby Jordan and Marina Gallango in 3rd and 5th. In diving Aubrey McClain earned a PR by 20 points and won the event with Kathryn Rodkey in 2nd and Violet Shively in 3rd. Abby Jordan and Loshnowsky came in 1st and 2nd in the 100 butterfly. In the 100 free, Zoie Laber and Duke came in 1st and 2nd with Gallango in 5th. Chole Jordan and Marissa Burnett earned a 1st and 2nd placing in the 500 free with Viala Seymoure coming in 4th. The 200 free relay team of Winegarnder, Duke, Abby Jordan, and Chloe Jordan placed 1st with McClain, Lorenz, Burnett, and Rodkey placing 3rd. In the 100 backstroke, Loshnowsky came in 1st, Collins in 2nd and Shively in 5th. Duke and Winegardner came in 1st and 2nd in the breastroke with Schoettmer in 4th. The last relay had Laber, Loshnowsky, Collins, and Chloe Jordan in 1st with Gallango, Burnett, Shively, and Schoettmer in 2nd.

The Golden Goggle goes to Jade Christopher. Jade swam in middle school but took last year off! She works hard in practice and does well! She is truly an inspiration to her teammates because there isn’t anything Jade won’t try! She has been working hard on her starts and continues to grow! I can’t wait to see all that Jade will accomplish by the end of the season!


Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Carroll Jr-Sr High School (flora) 56 – 37

The Lady Braves got off to a slow start against 6th ranked (2A) Carroll. They got behind after the first quarter 20-8 but battled back in the 2nd quarter but couldn’t cut back into the lead that Carroll had going into halftime (33-20). In the 3d quarter, The Lady Braves continued to battle and won that quarter by out scoring Carroll 12 -8 in the quarter to cut the lead to 9 points. But in the 4th quarter Carroll pulled away with some timely baskets to win the game.

The Lady Braves battled all night long. The Lady Braves were led by Miranda Stoll with 12 points, 8 rebounds and 4 blocks, Impact Player of Game was Bailey Carson who had 8 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assist with a good game on the defensive end of the court. Ireland Kile had 6 points and 4 rebounds, and Shaelyn Powell, Delaney Betzner, Aubrey Kaiser all had 3 points a piece. Sydney Barnes had 2 points and 3 rebounds.

The Lady Braves are home on Thursday, December 14 with the JV tipoff at 6:00 pm and the varsity to follow. The Lady Brave players will be honoring an educator that has made an impact on their educational career so far before the start of the varsity game.

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