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Saturday, October 22nd
Colts vs Newport
Starting at 3:50pm
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|Mustangs Ousted From 10th Region Boys Soccer Tourney
By Montgomery County 2-1 In Overtime
|Congrats to Jake Sendelbach - Cincinnati.com Football Player of the Week
And Thanks To All Of Those Who Voted For Him!!!
|Mustangs 42-20 Win Over Berea Has Feel Of A Loss
As Bracken County Upsets Nicholas County
Mustangs Put On The Bus For Playoffs With Nicholas County Loss,
Will Share In District Five Title With 3-1 Record
Congrats To Bryan Duffy, Deke Schadler, Nolan Verst, and Reid Neufelder
Who Scored First TDs and Jake Sendelbach Who Was Perfect 6-6 on PATs
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|Brossart Junior High Colts To Play For Division Championship
Saturday - 4pm - Campbell County High School - Vs Newport Wildcats
LIVE BROADCAST STARTING AT 3:50PM OR 10 MINUTES BEFORE KICKOFF
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Brossart Jr High Colts vs Newport Wildcats Jr High Division Championship
Game and the broadcast replay
The game with Berea pretty much went as expected. The Mustangs out-manned the homestanding
Pirates and blew out to a 35-0 lead early in the second half, with Berea's only meaningful field
position the results of a recovered punt that was inadvertently touched by a Mustang, during the early
stages of the game. Coach Paul Wiggins rewarded seniors Nolan Verst and Derek Schadler with
touchdown opportunities which they cashed in. Bryan Duffy and Reid Neufelder also scored first-ever
touchdowns, and Jake Sendelbach, who earlier in the day was named the Cincinnati.com Player of
the Week, was perfect on six PAT attempts.
In addition to the aforementioned touchdowns, Nathan Bezold got things rolling with a 17 yard
touchdown run less than a minute into the game. Chase Keller again connected with Bryce Donnelly
on a 50 yard pass play, Keller's 19th TD toss of the season, and Donnelly's 13th TD catch of the
The fact that Bracken County had edged Nicholas County 22-21 in Brooksville threw a pall over the
post-game proceedings, as the implications were that we would not host first-round playoff game this
season. The prize behind door number two is a Co-District Championship - our first ever.
Paintsville edged Raceland in overtime making for early speculation that we would be making the
trip up the AA Highway in two weeks to Raceland for our first round playoff game.
The Mustangs will close out the regular season next Friday night as we observe Senior Night
versus Pendleton County in the 2nd Annual Battle of US27 at Bob Miller Stadium.
The curtain fell on the Brossart boys soccer season on Friday night in the semi-finals of the 10th Region
Soccer Tournament 2-1 to the homestanding Montgomery County Indians in overtime. The win avenges
an earlier season 1-0 loss to our Mustangs in regular season play.
Cody Chism scored for the Mustangs late in the half, giving our guys a 1-0 advantage at the break.
Late in the game a foul, described my some of our fans at the game as "phantom" provided the Indians
with a PK which, when successful tied the contest at 1s, forcing overtime. Neither team was able to
score in the first sudden death overtime period, but the Indians scored late in the second OT period to
win the contest.
Montgomery County will play Campbell County (5-2 Winners over Pendleton County) in the
championship game on Sunday.
The Mustangs close out a 9-13-1 season that saw steady progress following an 0-7 start. This brings
to a close the high school soccer careers of Cody Chism, Sam Hildreth, and Trevor Kahmann