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Brossart vs Holmes
Friday, August 25th
Holmes High School
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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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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.
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|Mustang JV Footballers Fall To Ludlow 13-10 In A Head-Scratcher
|Dan Ridder Interview at 1:32:10
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A week and three days after going down, we are still relying on this old 2015-16 edition to
stay in touch via homepage.
My nephew Andy and I will try again Tuesday night to bring the site back in its up-to-date
Keep your fingers crossed.
The Brossart Mustang Football JV team traveled to Ludlow on a steamy Monday night, coming up short
13-10 in a game where we seemingly were in control.
The Mustangs threatened early on the merits of a Jacob Gilreath run to the shadow of the goal line, where
the we came up empty on 1st and Goal leaving at least six points on the field.
Not to worry, with 4:23 left in the second period, the Mustangs tackled the Panthers in the end zone for a
safety giving them a 2-0 lead and the football. Less than a mintue later Trevor Schadler found Brady Kramer
on a 35 yard touchdown pass, and when Jacob Gilreath carried the piggy into the end zone for a 2-point
conversion, that quickly the Mustangs led 10-0.
The final minute of the first half proved fatal. A 40 yard breakaway run made it 10-6 and then 10-7 when the
PAT attempt split the uprights. A Mustangs fumble on the ensuing kickoff set the table for another Ludlow
score with 24.9 seconds to play. A 30 yard touchdown pass left the Mustangs trailing 13-10 at halftime.
The Panthers controlled possession in the second half, while unable to increase their margin.
With only seconds to play in the game, Trevor Schadler sent a bomb in the direction of Grant Haubner, who
got a hand on it, before his defender was able to pick off the pass, tagging the Mustang JVs with the loss by
the final score of 14-7.