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|Holy Cross Welcomes Mustangs To 2A District Play
With A 48-19 Indian Victory
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Saturday, September 27th
Brossart vs Murray
All "A" State Tournament
Live From Elizabethtown
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BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE - MUSTANGS HOOPS SCHEDULE TO DATE
Holy Cross made an early statement, running out to a 35-0
lead, after which the Mustangs finished out the game in
competitive fashion, outscoring the Tribe 2s, 19-13.
The Mustangs got on the board with 1:19 to play in the half,
when Garrett Ahlbrand found Joe Donnelly for a 12 yard
touchdown pass. With 6:08 to play in the 3rd Quarter,
Jarred Martin made it a 35-12 contest, plunging in from two
yards out. With 2:21 remaiining in the game, Ahlbrand
struck again, hitting his favorite target, Joe Donnelly for their
second touchdown hook-up of the night, from 25 yards
away. Frankie Cetrulo nailed the PAT, and the game ended
with the Mustangs on the short end of the 48-19 stick.
On the night Ahlbrand was 6-13 for 79 yards and 2 TDs. Frankie Cetrulo carried the pigskin 14 times for
68 yards, and Jarred Martin had three receptions for 38 yards. Click on the link below to see the
complete game stats compliments of the Holy Cross stats crew.
We will be back on the air next Friday night at 7pm when the Mustangs host the Newport Wildcats at
Scott High School.
|Mustangs Clear First Hurdle - Defeat Murray 4-0
The Brossart Mustangs took their first step in defense of their 2013 "A" State Soccer State Championship, Saturday afternoon
at the Elizabethtown Sports Complex, defeating the Champions of Region 1/2 by a 4-0 score, in a contest that the Mustangs
dominated from flag-fall to that's-all.
Nick Dierig started the scoring at the 31:41 mark of the first half, on an assist from Jon Henn. We would strike again at the 8:11
mark when Jon Henn this time found Sam Parnell, giving the SoccerStangs a 2-0 lead. Henn got in on the scoring act himself at
the 2:29 mark, when the Mustangs ran a full-court "fast-break" from Justin Schultz to Joey Hickman to Henn, giving the
Mustangs a 3-0 bulge which they took to the locker-room at halftime.
In the half, the Tigers had no shots on goal, allowing keeper Jeff Paulin to enjoy his Saturday afternoon by watching his favorite
The second half was more of the same, stifling defense by the Mustangs, a packed in "zone" defense by the Tigers and an
additional Mustangs goal by Justin Rolf, my old broadcast partner from a year ago, unassisted, giving the Mustangs all they
would need on this afternoon, winning 4-0.
The Mustangs will be back at 8pm for a tougher semi-finals encounter with Lexington Christian, 1-0 winners over a vastly
improved Oneida Baptist Institiute.
|Click on the IBN Live Audio icon at left to listen to the broadcast replay of the Brossart-Murray quarterfinals
game. There are two splits in the soundfile, but it will play straight through without interruption
|Mustangs Survive LexChristian 1-0, Advance To Sunday
"A" State Championship Game vs Louisville Collegiate
Dylan Geiman Goal From Jake Frommeyer (SR) Proves To Be Game-Winner,
Jeff Paulin Save of LCA PK Preserves It
In a game marred by overzealous contact and a myriad of foul-induced free kicks and yellow cards, the Mustangs managed to
out battle the LexChristian Eagles 1-0 and advance to Sunday afternoon's 1pm game where they will play for the "A" State
Championship, seeking back-to-back titles.
Dylan Geiman provide the Mustangs all of the numbers on the scoreboard they would need off of a Jake Frommeyer (SR)
Free-Kick from about 24 yards out. A second half scare was thwarted by Senior Keeper Jeff Paulin, who blocked an Eagle PK at
the 28 minute mark of the second half.
Unfortunately again we were unable to get a "clean" broadcast, and have decided to do updates here on the website, but
broadcast the game on a Tape Delay basis in order to preserve it for posterity.
| Click on the IBN Live Audio icon to listen to what there is of the Brossart-LCA broadcast. Unfortunately, for
the second time today the broadcast gods were not kind.
The first half, and Geiman's goal is intact, but the second half is pretty much a train wreck.
|Second Best Bitter Pill To Swallow For Defending "A" State
Champs, Defeated 1-0 By Lv Collegiate In Title Game
Jon Henn, Nick Dierig, Jeff Paulin, and Dylan Geiman Named All-Tournament
Lady Stangs Ousted 2-1 By Murray In "A" Quarterfinals
Murray set the tone by scoring first at the 28:55 mark of the first half. That goal was answered shortly thereafter by Amanda
Graus, who hit the equalizer with 20:30 to go in the half. The Lady Tigers re-established the lead at the 7:42 mark on another
unassisted goal, sending the two teams to halftime with the Lady Stangs on the short end of the 2-1 score.
Early on in the second half at the 30:19 juncture, it appeared that our gals had again scored to knot things at 2s, but after some
discussion among the game officials, the point was taken off of the board, and offsides was said to have nullified the goal. Neither
team could mount a serious threat for the remainder of the half, with the exception of Graus breaking free for a one-one
encounter with the Tigers keeper, the ensuing shot was deflected by the goalie, and the Tigers went on to win 2-1.
| Click on the IBN Live Audio Icon at left to listen to the "A" State Championship Game
A group of teary eyed, disappointed, dejected Mustangs came forward to accept the 2014 Touchstone Energy All "A" State
Runner-Up trophy Sunday afternoon at the Elizabethtown Sports Park following a 1-0 loss to an excellent Louisville Collegiate
soccer team. Never mind that they were clearly the second best "A" team in the Commonwealth, and had stamped themselves
as one of the best overall programs in the state. They had come here hoping and expecting to repeat and came up one goal
short. While it was painful to watch, I was very proud of how much this meant to our guys and how passionate they are about the
sport they play, and the program they play for.
A high lofting shot with 4:12 to play in the first half that somehow found its way to the back of the goal netting by Haji Abdikadir
was all of the scoring that would take place on this sunny, warm afternoon. Brossart battled furiously in the final minutes of the
game to score the equalizer, but a brilliant save by a defender sliding down to the post on a serious Brossart scoring effort
sealed the Mustangs fate, and sent the heavy hardware to Louisville. Credit 21st year head coach Brian Goller and his team,
who came here sans 10 quality seniors who made the trip a year ago, that this year's team picked up right where the last one left
off without missing a beat. Collegiate is an extremely professional, well-disciplined team who beat Kentucky Country Day, last
year's runner-up and a team that defeated our Mustangs earlier in the season, and a team second only to Trinity in the 7th
Region and a very deserving winner. The loss snaps a Brossart eight game win streak (11-3-1). Named to the all-tournament
team were Brossart's Jon Henn, Nick Dierig, Jeff Paulin, and Dylan Geiman. The Titans placed Aaron Gabriel, Abadikadir, and
Cole Lancaster on the All-Tournament roll. Harper White, the keeper, was named the MVP.