Milk Moves of the Week - May 8, 2019
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!
Softball: Julianne Bolton (Clarence) pitched a 16-strikeout one-hitter in a victory over Jamestown. Bolton also helped on the other side of the plate by tallying four hits, including two homers, and knocking in four runs.
Girls Track & Field: Sarah Crockett (Rome Free Academy) launched a 41’ 9.25” shot put distance at the Copper City Classic.
Boys Lacrosse: Andy Davis (Whitney Point) scored four goals and added three assists, becoming the Section IV all-time career scoring leader in the process with 462 points.
Boys Track & Field: Kal Lewis (Shelter Island) ran the 1600m in 4:15.22 at the St. Anthony’s Invitational.
Baseball: Evan Miller (Bloomfield) went 6-for-6 at the plate with two runs and two stolen bases in a win over Marcus Whitman.
Girls Lacrosse: Miya Scanlon (Gowanda) set a new state record with 16 goals in a win over Springville.
Do you know of a deserving student-athlete that should be recognized? Tweet your nominations to @NYSPHSAA and use #MilkMoves!