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Monday Night Ultimate – Tonight @ 6:30p

The rain is clearing up – all MMS and MHS athletes are welcome to join the mens cross-country team in some ultimate frisbee tonight from 6:30p – 8:00p on the MHS turf field. Even if you have never played – come on out and we’ll help you learn! Contact coach Chris Edgington @ 765-271-6687 with any questions.

Monday Ultimate Frisbee with MHS Cross-Country

The MHS mens cross-country team is hosting open play ultimate frisbee on Mondays from 6:30p – 8:00p on the MHS turf field. All Maconaquah HS and MS students are welcome to play, regardless of their sport, as long as they have a physical turned in. Ultimate frisbee is a great aerobic and core strength workout. Even

Soccer- Friday Night Lights and Summer events

Summer Soccer activities for High School and Middle School soccer players started this week.   If you have questions about Summer participation, call or text Bob Jones @765-244-0056.   Tonight, we will have “Friday Night Lights” from 9-11:30 pm under the stadium lights.  This is an Open Gym for all Mac Students in Middle School

Maconaquah Softball Clinic 2019

This is the information for the Maconaquah Softball Clinic for 2019. This clinic is for all athletes in the incoming grades of 4-12 and for all ranges of experience. The Maconaquah softball staff will be overseeing this camp and will be joined by special guest Ron Stegg. Stegg works with many softball athletes who have

Spring Athletic Award Winners

Letter Jacket Winners Baseball – Savastion Arroyo Baseball – Zac Snyder Baseball – Levi Richardson Baseball – Feenix Kile Softball – Paige Swihart Softball – Carra Wolf Softball – Hayleigh Cole B. Track – Booke Howay B. Track – Andrew Ramos B. Track – Bryce Smyth G. Track – Dara Bargerhuff G. Track – Aubree

Boys Golf Finishes 4th at the Sectional

This afternoon the boys golf team just missed the cut to move on to the Regional golf tournament.  We shot 350 as a team and finished 4th.  We had good improvement through out the year from a lot of the boys and look forward to returning 4 of 5 varsity spots next spring.  RJ Beam