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Brossart vs Dayton

Friday, August 23rd
Game Time - 7pm

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Sporting Clay Outing

Benefiting Brossart Mustangs & Colts Football

SUNDAY, SEPT 29, 2019

Check in starts at Noon, Shoot starts at 1pm

$150 per person is paid in advance or $160 the day of the shoot
includes 100 targets, golf cart, drinks
Beer and food provided after the shoot

Corporate Packages:  $800 includes 4 shooters, corporate advertising at
various stations & 4 BBHS Hats

Bring 100 shells, eye/ear protection, and your favorite shotgun
(26 inch min barrel length, Shot 7.5 or 8)
(Rental shotguns are available)
Contact Bruce Kohls
For Reservataions or info

859-912-5716
or
Bkohls1@yahoo.com
Support
Brossart Mustangs and
Colts Football

SPORTING
CLAY OUTING

SEPTEMBER 29TH
AT THE
ELK CREEK
HUNT CLUB

CONTACT
BRUCE KOHLS
859-912-5716
FOR MORE DETAILS
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Football Mustangs
Get In Final Live Prep In
Control/Live
Scrimmages vs Gallatin
County and Eminence
on Friday Night in
Warsaw

Handle Wildcats,
Out-Athleted By
Warriors
There are many contributing
components to this 2019
Brossart Football unit.  
Fearless Junior quarterback
Trevor Schadler brings a
throw/run element to the
table.  Sam Howard will be
the primary run, catch out of
the backfield threat.
Devin Carson has come light
years from a year ago.  Grant
Haubner, Brady Kramer,
Jacob Kohls, Jacob Leicht,
Devon McCormick, Thomas
Sayers, and others all will be
looked for to make big plays
on both sides of the ball.  
Here David Govan chats with Devon
McCormick and Devin Carson.
The Mustangs open the 2019 Football Season next Friday night at 7pm at Bob Miller
Stadium in Alexandria.  I expect our new "professional" broadcast system to send our
signal to all who wish to tune in.
Our Brossart Tailgaters got in a final workout before partying for real beginning
next week.
Quarterbacks coach, Jesse Orth, passing
it on to Trevor Schadler between plays.
Senior Devin Carson
Hydrates
Tough picture-taking into the sun with my
less than state-of-the-art point and shoot
camera.  Above Trevor Schadler flanked
by Sam Howard.  Above Center
Looking-Looking, and at upper right
letting fly.
Click Here To Read The NoKyTribune Brossart Football Preview
Congratulations to
Coach Tony Dotson
on his first victory as
our Girls Soccer
head coach, and the
Lady Stangs with the
2-1 win on Saturday
against Meade County.

The final of the girls game was
actually 2-1.  Paige Schultz and Ally
Smith scored goals, while Mallory
Macht made 12 saves to preserve
the victory.  

Our ladies lost narrowly, 2-1 to
Simon Kenton on Monday night in
Independence.