Milk Moves of the Week - January 9, 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!

Boys Basketball: Kaleb Cook (Auburn) scored 51 points on his way to new school records for single game and career scoring in a win over Fowler. He also added four rebounds, an assist, two blocks, and a steal.

Gymnastics: Miah Frisbie (Wallkill) put together a tremendous performance in a win over Highland placing first in three events and second in a fourth, leading to a first place all-around finish.

Girls Indoor Track & Field: Zaria Fuller (Uniondale) won the 60mH event with a time of 8.95 at the Kevin Dare HS Invitational.

Boys Basketball: Tanner Kimball (Bloomfield) put up a triple-double to help guide his team to a close 51-46 victory over Romulus. Kimball scored 31 points to go along with 10 rebounds and 10 steals.

Bowling: Dan Palmer (Niskayuna) rolled a 757 triple in a win over Albany.

Boys Ice Hockey: Matt McMullen (Canadaigua Academy) had four points in a victory over Aquinas, scoring three goals with an assist in the win.

Girls Basketball: Allison Moreau (Sauquoit Valley) had a huge week, posting back-to-back double-doubles against Frankfort-Schyler and Poland. Her 37 point 14 rebound performance against Frankfort-Schyler put her over 2,000 points in her career. She then posted 41 points and 11 rebounds three days later against Poland.

Boys Swimming & Diving: Liam Murphy (Pittsford) won the 500 Freestyle with a time of 4:38.47, good for the best time in the state so far this season.

Girls Basketball: Logan Shaulis (South Seneca) posted a triple-double in a win over Naples. Shaulis scored 14 points to go along with 10 rebounds and 10 assists. She also added 6 steals and had 4 blocks.

Boys Indoor Track & Field: Jonathan Smith (Huntington) ran the 600m in 1:21.61 to win the event at the Ocean Breeze Freedom Games.

Wrestling: Trent Svingala (Maple Hill) recorded his 100th consecutive victory by taking the 132-pound title at the Jamie Mormile Tournament.

Girls Ice Hockey: Meg Teachout (Skaneateles) recorded her 100th career goals as part of a hat trick in a big win over Canton. Teachout now has 102 career goals.

Do you know of a deserving student-athlete that should be recognized? Tweet your nominations to @NYSPHSAA and use #MilkMoves!