Milk Moves of the Week - December 19, 2018

Author: Chris Joyce, Director of Sales & Marketing

Welcome to “Milk Moves of the Week” sponsored by Refuel With Chocolate Milk from the American Dairy Association North East! Outstanding athletic performance is evidence of practice, superior physical conditioning and good nutrition. Each week, we share a rundown from around the state of the top “Milk Moves” of the week as nominated by our member schools, coaches, media partners, and fans. No matter the sport, we want to share the accomplishments of NYSPHSAA student-athletes!

Boys Basketball: Justice Brantley (Catskill) racked up a triple-double with 29 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists in a win over Renssaelaer

Girls Basketball: Rachel Davis (LaFargeville) posted a big double-double in a win over South Lewis, putting up 19 points and grabbing 16 rebounds.

Girls Basketball: Lauren DeVaney (Geneva) peppered the scorebook with 28 points, 14 rebounds, 2 steals, and 1 block in a win over Aquinas.

Boys Bowling: Michael Hoffman-Belluci (Corning) led his team to victory over Owego with a high game of 279 and a 716 series.

Boys Swimming & Diving: Kaleb Hotaling (Shenedehowa) swam the 200 IM in 1:56.00, winning the race and setting the best time in the state so far this season.

Girls Indoor Track & Field: Donisha Jeanty (Brentwood) won the 500m with a time of 1:18.15 at the Coaches Hall of Fame Invitational, good for the best time in the state so far this season.

Boys Ice Hockey: TJ McGee (Mahopec) scored 5 goals with 3 assists in a high-scoring 9-7 win over Carmel.

Girls Bowling: Jaidyn Rose (Middleburgh) rolled a huge 811 series, including a high game of 288, in a win over Duanesburg.

Boys Basketball: LaDre Stanford (Avoca) had a double-double and then some with 27 points, 10 rebounds, 8 steals and 4 blocks in a win over Palmyra-Macedon.

Wrestling: Sam Tromblee (Corinth) went 5-0 at the Schalmont Sabre Duals with each of his victories coming by pin.

Boys Indoor Track & Field: Kwamere White (Henniger) launched himself to a 6’8” high jump victory at the Oscar B Jensen Holiday Relays.

Do you know of a deserving student-athlete that had an outstanding performance? Tweet your nominations to @NYSPHSAA and use #MilkMoves!