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Mustangs Improve To 4-1 With
39-28 Win Over Pendleton County
Minis Come Up Short 30-26 To Wildcat 8th Graders
Coming off of their huge win over NKAC rival St. Henry just
over 24 hours prior, the Mustang Freshmen came out a bit
flat and played a half like them instead of like us, before
becoming untracked and pulling away with an improved
effort in the second half.
The two teams were deadlocked at 7 apiece at the first
quarter stop and remained tied at the half at 15-up.  The
Mustangs would assert themselves in the second half, by
executing better and finishing their shots, running out to a
27-21 advantage off of a major Joe Webb three-banger just
ahead of the buzzer ending the third period.  The Stangs
would outscore PC 13-7 in the fourth period hitting on 9 of
13 late game free throws to hang their fourth ball of the
young season on the wall, prior to their cross-town
engagement with Campbell County on Friday.  Remember
the name Doug Lambert of PCo who accounted for 20 of the
Cats 28 points.
Box Score:  Patterson 1-1-4/4-9,
Webb 0-1-0/0-3, TWoeste 1-0-0/0-2,
MWoeste 1-0-4/4-6, Kremer 2-0-2/4-6, Wolfer 1-0-1/2-3,
Weyman 2-0-1/1-5, Barth 2-0-1/2-5, Dennis 0-0-0/2-0

Totals Mustangs:   10-2-13/19-39       
Totals Wildcats:     12-0-  4/8 -28
Minis Fail To Overcome PCo's
Dillon Greene and Zone Defense
Fall 30-26
The Mini-Mustangs fell prey to the 8th Grade Pendleton
Wildcats, a 3-2 zone, and #32 Dillon Greene last night in the
opening end of the Minis-Freshmen doubleheader.
 Outscored 2-6 in the opening period the Mini-Mustangs
would rally in the second quarter  outscoring the visitors 9-5
on a pair of Clay Mefford 3-balls to knot the score at 11 at
intermission.
Led by manchild Dillon Greene, the third quarter belonged to
the Cats as they outscored the home team 12-6 with Greene
producing five points enroute to a 19 point night.  The
Stangs would outscore the Cats 9-7 in the fourth quarter but
it wasn't enough to pull out the victory on this night.  The
Stangs outscored the Cats 17-16 from the field but PCo
converted 11 of 22 from the charity stripe vs 6 of 8 for the
Stangs which provided the margain of victory.
The Minis fall to 1-1 on the season and will get a chance for
revenge from the Cats in a repeat match later in the season.
Box Score:  Morscher 1-0-0/0-2, Wolfe 1-0/0/0-2,
                Mefford 0-2-2/2-8, Steffen 3-0-1/2-7,
                Batsche 1-0-3/4-5, Kroger 1-0-0/0-2
                   
                    Total Mustangs:  7-2- 6/8  -26
                    Total Wildcats:   8-1-11/22-30
Freshmen "Play Like Us"
In Second Half To Break Open A
Close Game And Win Fourth Of
The Sesaon 39-28 Over
Pendleton County