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|Next Generation Mustangs Improve To 2-0 With A
Convincing 24-6 Win Over Dayton
T-Mac Connects With Bryce Donnelly On Two Occasions and Runs In A Third
Mustangs TD, While Matthew Dischar Goes Overland For Remaining Mustang Score
Freshman Tyler MacDonald connected with Sophomore Bryce Donnelly on a 19 yard pass-play to get things
rolling for the Mustang JVs early in their contest with the Dayton Greendevils at Davis Field on Monday night.
The Mustangs never looked back. T-Mac carried the pigskin himself to up the score to 12-0 at halftime, on a 7
Matthew Dischar made it 18-0 Mustangs from 6 yards out early in the second half, and MacDonald again hooked
up with Bryce Donnelly on a 38 yard completion to wrap up the Mustangs' scoring for the night. The JVs
allowed Dayton a late game score to make the final 24-6 and improve our record to 2-0 on the season. The
Dayton Greendevil JVs were coming off of a 14-0 conquest of Bellevue.
| Visitation will continue today from 12Noon to 2pm at the Alexandria
Community Center. Services will be conducted at 2pm.
Todd will then be laid to rest at the Butler Cemetery/Flour Creek Baptist
Church. Todd has requested to be buried wearing his 2007 Mustangs All
"A" State Championship ring.
A reception will follow in Hegenauer Hall at Bishop Brossart High
School following the service.
|Mustangs Travel To Brooksville For Class 1-A District
Matchup With Bracken County
Friday Night, October 9th - 7:30pm - Howard Hall Athletic Complex
LIVE BROADCAST STARTING AT 7:15PM
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County game, and to listen to the broadcast replay.
The Brossart Mustangs will take our undefeated 6-0 record to Brooksville on Friday night, for an all-important
district seeding contest with the Bracken County Polar Bears, on their Senior Night.
The Polar Bears come into this game with a 2-5 mark, but will be one of the biggest teams that the Mustangs
will face this season. They sport 17 players listed at over 200 pounds, ten of which weigh in at 250 or over and a
pair of 300 pounders. Our Mustangs will have to rely on our speed, experience, and aerial attack to keep our
unbeaten skein alive, and more importantly remain undefeated in the Class 1-A, District 5 seeding race.
Live broadcast starting at 7:15pm.
|Mustang Soccerjocks Await 37th District Tournament Play Next Week
at Campbell County High School
Our Brossart SoccerStangs, who completed their regular season play last Saturday night with a 1-1 tie with
Highlands, continue to prepare for post-season play. The 37th District Tournament will commence with a 5:30pm
Tuesday night game at Campbell County High School versus Calvary Christian. This is a win-and-you're-in
game, carrying a ticket to the district finals on Thursday night, as well as a berth in the 10th Region Soccer
Tournament the week of October 19th. The Mustangs will be heavily favored, having defeated the Cougars 6-1
back on September 12th.
Should the Mustangs advance to Thursday evening's 37th District Championship Game as expected, we will
broadcast that contest live from Claryville, beginning at 7:15pm. Campbell County and Scott will battle for the
second berth in the district finals.
Our Lady Stangs, presently 9-8 on the season, will conclude their regular season play, travelling to play Russell
on Saturday for a 1pm bout with the Red Devils in Ashland.
Our gals are also the 37th District top seed and will face Calvary Christian on Tuesday at 5:30pm at Campbell
County High School, with their championship game being played on Thursday night at 5:30pm with the winners
of Scott-Campbell County. Our Ladies Run-Ruled the Lady Cougars 10-0 back on September 12th.