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Continuing To Look At
The
History of Brossart
Mustangs Football

   Paul Wiggins,   
    Others, Rally  
     Behind A
Football Program
  on life support -  
    Survive 2014
 Season, Begin A
        New Era
  During the off-season between the 2013 and 2014 seasons, it was painfully
obvious that there might not be a 2014 season, nor any again in our modern
history.  
  Only a handful of committed players were on hand for weight-training, and
there was little optimism for better days ahead.
  To his credit, Coach Lee Teegarden identified himself as not being a good fit
for Brossart Football and stepped down.  Paul Wiggins, who had retired as
the former head coach of the Colts, stepped up to assume the head coaching
position, bringing back players who had played for him during his junior high
coaching days.  Those players to whom the program still meant something to,
got busy recruiting their classmates.  First year Athletic Director Adam
Franzen, who could have taken the easy course of action and pulled the plug
on the program, stood with those who fought for its survival, and we fielded a
team, 22 strong, who took to the gridiron to finish out our final season of 2A
district play, and pave the way for the future.
  Outside of our four 2A district losses (188-47) we were quite contentious in
independent play, losing narrowly to Dayton (18-13), Ludlow (16-7), Pendleton
County (28-27), and Gallatin County (40-27), and defeated the Bracken County
Polar Bears 40-0.
  The program survived, and has since thrived.  We will always be indebted to
those young men and their coaches who "saved our football program."
The following season
the Brossart
Mustangs were
re-aligned back to
Class 1-A
  Justin Schack took his football
talents to the University of the
Cumberlands.
  He was named to the Top 26, and is
shown here with Head Coach Paul
Wiggins.
 Above - Senior Jarred Martin
 Below - Joey and Jed Martin
 Above:  Senior Garrett Ahlbrand

 Below:  Junior Griffin Goepper
  BB  13,  Dayton  18
  BB  40,  Bracken Co  0
  BB    7,  Ludlow  16
  BB 19,  Holy Cross 48
  BB   0,   Newport  55
  BB  28,  Lloyd  49
  BB    0,  NCC  36
  BB  27,  Pendleton Co  28
  BB  27,  Gallatin Co  40
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 Above, Gutsy Junior Quarterback
Craig Pfefferman
 Below:  Multi-talented Frank Cetrulo
was our running-back and kicker.  He
set school records in each category.  
He was instrumental in saving the
progam.