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...And Let There Be Light!!!!
  The lights came on for the first time Tuesday night at the MAC.
Ludlow Bursts Open A Tight "Pitcher's Battle" In Fourth Quarter,
Go On To Win 21-6 -
Mustangs Fire Scoring Salvo On Last Play Of The Game To Avoid The Shut Out
Jacob Leicht Finds Devin Carson Open Up Sideline For Parting Shot Score
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  Soccer and Football Events To Commence at the MAC on Monday

In a statement issued on Thursday by the Brossart High School administration, it was announced that the
remaining outdoor fall football and soccer events (Football and Soccer) would be hosted at the MAC.

We here at Bishop Brossart High School are excited to announce that starting the week of September 23,
2019 the Mustang Athletic Complex and the Munninghoff Family Stadium will be open for games to be
played.  While construction will be continuing for a few more weeks we will now be able to begin playing
home games at the complex. We will have a full week of games for everyone to come out and support our
teams at the new home for Mustang outdoor athletics.


Monday:         Girls JV & Varsity soccer vs. Holy Cross at 6 pm & 7:30 pm
Wednesday:  Girls JV & Varsity soccer vs. Scott at 6 pm & 7:30 pm (Senior Night) -
Varsity Game Broadcast
Thursday:      Boys JV & Varsity soccer vs. Louisville Ballard at 6 pm & 7:30 pm
Friday:            Football vs. Holy Cross 7 pm  -   
Live Broadcast at 6:40pm
Saturday:       Boys JV & Varsity soccer vs NCC at 6 pm & 7:30 pm

We are looking forward to a great opening week for the Mustang community.
   From my observations of these photos it appears that the lights focus very strongly on the playing
surface, reminding me of some of the basketball venues I've been in, namely the Cincinnati Gardens
and the Frankfort Civic Center.
   Two teams coming off of bye weeks, both sporting 2-1 records came together Friday night at Bob Miller
Stadium, and for the first quarter and a half, neither team was willing to yield the other a score.  With 2:40
left in the half the game remained scoreless.
  The Mustangs had our chances early in the second quarter, when we orchestrated a 75 yard drive from
our own 5 yard line to the Ludlow 20, before Trevor Schadler, the Brossart QB, was jarred from behind,
causing the ball to come out, which was recovered by the Panthers, who then marched the ball 75 yards in
the other direction for a TD.  The scoring play was a 2 yard plunge by Braxton Newborn with only 2:40
remaining in the half, giving his team a 6-0 lead, which would be the difference at intermission.

  The third period would be a carbon copy of the first frame when neither team was able to score.  
In that stanza, Brossart senior Grant Haubner outscrambled the Ludlow quarterback for an errant snap,
providing the Mustangs great field position and our second major opportunity to put numbers on the
scoreboard.  However, again the Ludlow defense was up to the task, and again turned us back, and the
Panthers took their meager 6-0 advantage into the final 12 minutes of play.
   With 5:14 remaining in the game, the Ludlow team got some separation, by capitalizing on an interception
of a Trevor Schadler pass, extinguishing a Brossart drive, which was converted into a Panther score when
Vallandingham found Brogan O'Brien open in the endzone for the two-possession lead.  When
Vallandingham found Newton open for the two-point conversion, the homestanding Mustangs trailed 14-0.  
The score would expand to 21-0 with only 48 seconds left in the game, when Cody Kramer broke free for a
50yard  marathon, and then encored with a 4 yard touchdown run, putting the icing on the cake at 21-0
when Cameron Underwood split the uprights for the PAT.
  As the fans headed for the exits with time running out, Sophomore Jacob Leicht picked up some
substantial yards on a keeper, setting up a touchdown pass to Devin Carson, who willed himself into the
endzone, giving the Panthers a parting shot.  Since time had expired, and the PAT was insignificant,
Andrew Schwartz was deprived of a chance to improve on his PAT success ratio, and the game went into
the record books at 21-6.    I'm thinking that the Mustangs did not draw a flag in the contest.
  Ludlow improves to 3-1 on the young season, while the Mustangs fall to 2-2, and will christen the MAC
next Friday night when we host the 2A Holy Cross Indians.

  For their efforts, among many stellar performances, Devin Carson and Grant Haubner were named the
Snappy Tomato Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game.
   
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