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Mustangs Score 20 Unanswered In Second Half, While Holding Dayton to
Without a First-Down, Overcoming a 7-6 Halftime Deficit, To Win 26-6
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Website Recovery In Progress
If you are a regular visitor to this site, you have undoubtedly noticed that it has not been updated since last
Thursday.  This is because I shorted out the USB Flash Drive that I use to update the site at home and on the
road.  Last Friday night the football team scrimmaged Gallatin County in Warsaw and I went along to report
on the scrimmage.
It was then that I discovered that the flash drive was irrevocably damaged, and have been attempting to
restore the site ever since.  Thanks to the efforts of Andrew at Community Computer Services and my
nephew Andy who spent the best part of Thursday night trying to figure it out, we at least have the home
page operational and able to provide the link to Saturday night's football broadcast - my top priority.

You will notice that some of the pages on the site are not up-to-date.  We are working to restore the entire
website within the next 48 hours.  

The most frustrating thing about having the website crash, is not being able to post a notice that it is down.
Thanks for your patience.
   The Brossart Mustangs overcame a slow start, trailing the Dayton Greendevils 7-6 at halftime, before
outscoring their 1-A rival 20-0 in the second half, while holding them to no first-downs, posting an opening
night 26-7 victory at the Pyramid at Campbell County High School in Claryville on Saturday night.
  Dayton took advantage of a Mustangs fair-catch miscue in the second period, scoring on a Seth Chinn one
yard plunge to draw first-blood at the 8:37 mark in the second period to take a 7-0 lead.
  Brossart countered by using a pair of big plays on their next possession - a 25 yard run by Bradley Moore,
and a 40 yard scamper on a reverse by Bryce Donnelly to set the stage for Adam Orth to score on a one yard
carry into the endzone.  The PAT attempt was wide right, and the two teams went to intermission with the
visitors on top 7-6.
  The second half was owned by the Mustangs who did not allow the Greendevils a first-down in 24 minutes,
while outscoring them 20-0.  Dayton did have a punt-return touchdown nullified via penalty. With 3:55 to play
in the third period the Mustangs put together an 85 yard drive capped off by a Bradley Moore 10 yard
touchdown run and a Tyler MacDonald two-point conversion giving the Mustangs a 14-7 lead which they
would not relinquish.  A pair of fourth quarter scores, a one-yard keeper by T-Mac and a 21 yard pass play
from Tyler to Bryce Donnelly gave the Mustangs the 26-7 opening night victory.
  The Mustangs will christen the new Holmes Bulldogs Football Stadium next Friday night at 7pm in
Covington.  The live broadcast will take place at 6:45pm.  
  Remember #15 Jacob Bauman who passed away one year ago Saturday night.    

  Sorry for the delayed update.  This website continues to be a work in progress.    
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