Athletes Of The Week

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Independence Patriots


Joe Moraglia – The junior WR caught 7 passes for 95 yards for the Patriots. He also had a total of 116 all-purpose yards in the football game on Friday night.

Cameron Kromah – The senior QB played a solid football game against the Cougars. He accumulated 205 yards in passing offense with no interceptions.

Joe Reddish – The junior DB had 13 tackles in the football game, including 5 solo tackles. His play was outstanding as he was all over the field on Friday night defensively.

Quentin Reddish – The sophomore contributed with 5 tackles and had a key interception in the  football game. He also made a solo tackle on the five yard line to halt a Cougar drive in the second half.

Moshay Saw – The senior LB played his usual consistent football game with 8 tackles and a number of assists leading the Patriots on defense.

Taylor Russ – Another senior LB had a solid performance contributing 6 tackles for the Patriots.

Graeson Crockett – The active senior DB added 6 more tackles to his statistics for the season.

Diego Barahona – The junior DL played a solid second half for the Patriots making some key stops while accumulating 4 tackles in the football game while averaging over 30 yards on his punts.

Kadden Thomas – The TE had two catches for 10 yards in the football game and scored the Patriots only touchdown on a 1 yard rush from scrimmage.

Girl’s Tennis: 

Maddie Fowler – The senior has an overall 7-1 record in matches on the season. She is 3-1 in singles competition, and 4-0 in doubles with her partner Lily Loker. Fowler was named Player Of The Match against Providence High School.

Lily Thorson –  The sophomore was named Player Of The Match against Porter Ridge. She is 4-4 overall, and has a 3-1 record with her doubles partner senior Kendall Barnes.

Queen’s Grant Stallions:


Gabe Massey – The junior Striker was named Player Of The Game in a 6-2 loss to Bradford Prep recently. On the season he has scored 8 goals, has 2 assists for a total of 18 points to lead the Stallions. In his high school career of 46 games he has 11 goals, 6 assists, and 28 points.

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