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Friday, October 19th
MUSTANGS VS BEREA
CLASS 1A - DISTRICT 5
Live From Berea, Ky..
Game Time - 7:30pm
Broadcast at 7:00pm
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Saturday, October 20th
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|Sharp Middle School Pitch Again Unkind To Our Mustangs,
as Pendleton County Delivers a Fatal 2-0 Blow,
Drops Curtain on 10-6-2 Campaign, 11 Seniors' Careers
If the Riherds KHSAA scoreboard is correct, a season that started with such promise - a win over
Covington Catholic in the Northern Kentucky Soccerama exhibition, came to an end on the Sharp Middle
School pitch Thursday night in the 10th Region Soccer Semi-Finals. Our Mustangs were heavy favorites
over Bourbon County back in 2015 in Falmouth, when Joey Hickman and Company were upset 2-0. Our
present seniors were freshmen that year.
This Pendleton County team might well be their best ever, improving to 12-5-2, featuring a senior that
had scored 44 goals coming into the Brossart game. The Mustangs finish at 10-6-2.
With the loss, the high school soccer careers of Austin Alwell, Joel Clines, Brian Duffy, Tanner Griffin,
Bradley Hickman, Allen Jump, Jacob and Jordan Moore, Jared Ruschman, Mitchell Steffen, and Bryson
Wieland come to a conclusion.
Montgomery County eliminated Campbell County in the lower bracket semis and will face Pendleton
County in the Saturday evening championship game.
|Lots of Looks Into the Future
as Mustangs Roll Over Berea 47-12
Mason Dennis Scores Thrice, Sam Howard Runs 34 Yards, and Collects a Pick 6
Trevor Schadler Connects With Brady Kramer For Two TDs - Only One Counted
Freshman David Govan Splits Uprights on Five of Seven PAT Attempts
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|Bracken County Falls To Nicholas County, Paintsville Shuts Out Raceland
Puts Mustangs Back On The Bus To Play Raceland For Fourth Straight Year
Just as sure as death and taxes, it rains on every Friday night this football season, and the Brossart
Mustangs play the Raceland Rams in the post-season. With Nicholas County edging Bracken County
26-20, and Paintsville shutting out Raceland 6-0, according to my unofficial tabulations the Mustangs will
head back to Raceland on Friday, November 2nd. We will close out our regular season at home next
Friday night vs Pendleton County when we honor our 16 seniors and 4 senior cheerleaders.
Meanwhile the rain and the Brossart Mustangs arrived in Berea simultaneously, and the game was
delayed 15 minutes in order to move Berea Senior Night festivities to the pre-game from halftime, in
anticipation of inclement weather. The Mustangs wasted no time taking the opening kick-off and putting
together a 56 yard drive finished off by Mason Dennis on a one-yard plunge, his first of three TDs on the
night, as Sophomore Trevor Schadler spelled Senior Tyler MacDonald at QB. T-Mac is recovering from
strained joints sustained a week ago against Paris.
On our third offensive series we executed a perfect reverse from Adam Orth to Sam Howard who
scampered 34 yards for the touchdown, and when Freshman David Govan split the uprights, we led 13-0.
The Berea Pirates answered putting together a 56 yard drive of their own, triggered by recovering a Trevor
Schadler fumble, picking up three first downs and scoring on a one yard keeper by quarterback Jaylen
Whitaker, making it a contentious 13-6 Brossart lead. The Berea momentum was short-lived as Adam Orth
set up a late-half score by running 56 yards to the 13 yard line, and Mason Dennis finished it off with 40.3
remaining in the half, and when Govan hit an encore PAT, we led 20-6 at halftime.
Mason Dennis scored his third touchdown early on in the second half, plus another PAT from the big
freshman and the Mustangs put this one out of reach, pushing out to a 27-6 lead. Twice Trevor Schadler
found Brady Kramer for touchdowns, one a 62 yarder, and the other a 38 yard completion, but only the 38
yarder counted, with the first one wiped out via flag. Sam Howard scored his second touchdown on the
night, this one a Pick Six, intercepting Berea 38 yards out and returning it for a touchdown, and at the end
of the third period we led 40-6, including two of three PATs by the not-so-gentle giant David Govan.
The Brossart defense limited the Pirates to four 3 and Outs in the third quarters, with no first downs.
The Mustangs JVs took over in the fourth quarter with Freshman Jed Martin operating under center for
the fourth quarter. Jed moved the team to near the goal-line where Jacob Kohls scored the first touchdown
of his high school career, diving into the end zone to send the contest to a running clock. Berea victimized
the Mustang 2s for a late-game touchdown making the final score 47-12.
On the night David Govan connected on five of seven PAT efforts, as the Mustangs improved to 5-4 on
the season, with one regular season game yet to be played.