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Second Half Offensive Onslaught By Nicholas County Dash Mustangs Hopes 35-25 - BlueJackets Improve To 6-0 On The Season And Take Command Of The District 5 Seeding Competition - Chase Keller Throws Three Touchdown Passes - Two To Bryce Donnelly And One To Kory Quitter.............................. ...Brossart Junior High Football Colts Improve To 4-1 On The Season With 40-34 Win Over The Twenhofel Thoroughbreds On Saturday Morning..............................................
SOCCER SENIOR NIGHTS SET

Boys Senior Night will be held on Monday Night October 3rd
at NKU when the Mustangs will take on Boone County
We will broadcast that game live right here via the BMustangs.com website

Girls Soccer Senior Night will be two days later, on Wednesday, October 5th
at NKU when the Lady 'Stangs play Holy Corss
We will also broadcast that game live via the BMustangs.com website.
Mustangs Show Early Promise, Blow Out To A 19-7 Early Game Lead,
Falter in Second Half And Succumb 35-25 To 6-0 Nicholas County
in Class 1A, District 5 Competition
Chase Keller and Bryce Donnelly Team Up For A Pair of Touchdowns
Keller Completes Third TD Pass To Kory Quitter

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   The Brossart Mustangs threw an early game scare into the homestanding Nicholas County
Bluejackets as Chase Keller completed a 47yard pass to Bryce Donnelly two minutes into the game
and the Mustangs led quickly 7-0.

Nicholas County answered on their first possession as Dalton Dailey carried the piggy 5 yards for a
touchdown, the culmination of a 76 yard drive. The PAT was good and we were tied at 7s.

The Mustangs made it an ask and answer quarter as Chase Keller scampered 41 yards to take a 13-7
lead. The PAT was unsuccessful. The quarter ended with the Stangs on top 13-7.

Things appeared to get serious at the 9:12 point in the second quarter when the Mustangs struck
again. Keller found his favorite target Donnelly on a pass play for a Touchdown on fourth and goal
from the 35 yard line, Chase's 11th TD completion of the season and Donnelly's 7th touchdown
reception of the season. The PAT was no good and the Mustangs pushed out to a 19-7 bulge. But
the BlueJackets kept it close, scoring at the 2:42 mark of the second period as Zach Richardson the
Nicholas County blue-chipper ran for 32 yards and paydirt. When the PAT attempt split the pipes the
home team led 19-14, and when the Mustangs failed to score after pushing the ball inside the 10
yard line in the shadow of the first-half wire, the score remained 19-14 at halftime.

The second half was ALL Nicholas County. Brossart had the unenviable task of kicking off to the
Jackets who ate up 8 minutes chewing up 66 yards for a 3 yard touchdown score by the
quarterback Issac Fryman. The two-point conversion made it 22-18, and a one yard run at the
:26 mark by Richardson gave the Jackets a 28-19 advantage The Mustangs had a total of three
snaps in the third quarter, turning it over on a fumble in their only meaningful possession.

Both teams would punch it in in the fourth quarter, the Jackets on a 3 yard Richardson run at the
2:05 mark and the Mustangs on the final play of the game when Chase Keller found Kory Quitter in
the corner of the endzone, making it a final score of 35-25.

Brossart will return home to Bob MIller Stadium next Friday night to play an independent game vs
Ludlow, while the undefeated 6-0 Bluejackets host winless Berea.
Louisville Collegiate "Run Rules" Lexington Christian 11-1
To Win  "A" State Boys Soccer Championship
Owensboro Catholic Outguns Murray in PKs
To Win "A" State Girls Championship 3-2


  Louisville Collegiate simply devestated the "A" State Boys Field, knocking off
Clinton County 10-0, NCC 8-0, and Lexington Christian 11-1 to win the 2016 "A"
State Boys Championship Sunday afternoon at Capital View Park In Lexington.

  The Ladies championship game was more exciting with the winner determined by
PKs, won by Owensboro Catholic, who edged Murray 3-2.
Brossart Football Colts Improve To 4-1 With 40-34 Decision
Over Twenhofel On Saturday Morning
   Our Brossart Football Junior High Colts are quietly putting together a great season.
  This past Saturday morning the Colts won their fourth game against a single setback with a
40-34 win over Twenhofel.
  On the Mustangs first series of the morning, Trevor Schadler hooked up with Alwell.  Later in the
game it was Alwell who intercepted a Twenhofel pass and returned it for a Colts' touchdown.
   In the pivotal last series for the Thoroughbreds, the Colts defense was up to the task, in a series
that could have proved fatal to the guys in green.  

 The Colts will be back in action this coming Thursday evening versus Covington Catholic (7th) at
5:30pm at Sharp Middle School.

  Congratulations to Coach Alex Crawford and his staff on their early season success.