Dayton, Lloyd, Holmes, and now Pendleton County All Fall Victim to Brossart JVs
Freshman Quarterback Keegan Gulley did a masterful job of guiding the Mustangs to the 21-0 win over Pendleton County, demonstrating a good mix of run and pass, finding Dakota Burton and Luke Schroeder on serval occasions for big gains. One of those gainers was an early game 3rd and long completion to Burton, setting up our first touchdown of the game, when Tyler Kreidenweis ran 19 yards to give our team the early-game 6-0 lead. Alexjandro Arguelles hit the first of three successful PATs and the Mustangs led 7-0 at the end of the first period.
Gulley did his best Jacob Leicht imitation on our first offensive possession of the second quarter, orchestrating an 85 yard, five first down drive, finished off on a four yard plunge by Landon Geyer, making it 13-0 and then 14-0 with the successful PAT. Gulley just missed on a 30 yard pass completion to Luke Schroeder with only 7 seconds left in the half and one shot. Schroeder came up with the completion within the two yard line, as the half came to a close.
Meanwhile the defense was tenacious. Luke Piscitello, Nolan Jordan, Nathan Geiman, Nate Heck (at right) Derek Smith, and Henry Goering were stymieing the Pendleton County offense.
In the third period, a fumble, recovered by Henry Goering gave the Mustangs possession at the 42 yard line. Following another Gulley to Schroeder near-touchdown completion, Gulley would carry the ball the final four yards for our third and final touchdown of the night, and that would be enough, on this night, to put this one in the win column and finish off a 4-0 JV football season..
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