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Football JVs Go To Bracken County Sans T-Mac And Take A 14-0 Loss..............................Lady Soccer Stangs Edge Campbell County 3-2 In PK Overtime Saturday To Present Coach Brian Goller His First Career Girls Soccer Victory.......................
Aiken Falcons Run Roughshod Over Our Homestanding Mustangs
Serve Our Guys A Heaping Helping of Humble Pie 56-14
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Fast forward through the delay 1:54:52 through 2:44:16  
Mustang JVs Benevolent In 14-0 Loss To Bracken County
Mustang Soccerjocks Fall 5-1 To Cincinnati LaSalle On Saturday,
Will Look For Our First Season Victory This Week
Come Up Short 2-0 At Ryle On Tuesday
Will Host Holy Cross on Thursday Evening at 6:30pm at Pendery Park
Brossart High School Offering Free Brossart Hoodie Sweatshirts
To Area Seventh Graders
   In what has become an annual tradition over the years, Brossart High School is offering a free
high-quality Hoodie Sweatshirt to any area Seventh Grader who will be attending Brossart High School
or is strongly considering becoming a Brossart Mustang.

  The cost of the sweatshirt is shared among the Development Office and the Brosssart High School
revenue raising athletic programs.

  Deadline for applying for a free Brossart hoodie sweatshirt is Friday, September 2nd.  
   The Bracken County Polar Bears capitalized on an early costly Mustang mistake, recovering a Brossart
fumble at the 11 yard line, for an easy early-game touchdown, giving them a 6-0 lead before the fans
were comfortable in their seats.
  They had to earn their second score of the game, when in the second quarter marched 50 yards for a
James Poe touchdown.  The two-point conversion was good and the Bears led 14-0 at halftime.
  The Mustangs mounted a threat late in the game, having the football first-and-goal with a minute and a
half to play but failed to punch it in, settling for the 14-0 setback.
  The Mustangs played without the services of their quarterback Tyler MacDonald, who was out sick.  
Nathan Bezold did his best under the circumstances, and all JV experience is good experience.   
Mustangs Return To NoKy Class 1A  Competition On Friday Night
Hosting Bellevue at 7pm at Bob Miller Stadium on Local Heroes Night
  One year ago, in one of the most exciting games of the season, our Mustangs rallied from behind
to defeat the Bellevue Tigers 24-21 at Gilligan Stadium.  Friday night the Mustangs welcome the
Tigers to Bob MIller Stadium, stinging from a thumping by Cincinnati Aiken a week ago, looking to
get back to our winning ways.  Bellevue will be looking for their first win of the season.

  In the spirit of "Win for Wes," the Mustang Football Team will once again have a Local Heroes Night.
This year we will recognize a member of each Campbell County Police Force.  We will have a
hospitality room set up for the Officers and their families at the Campbell County Middle School in the
Cafeteria.
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