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Brossart vs Ludlow

Friday, September 29th

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Broadcast Time - 6:45pm
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Mustangs Stun Nicholas County, Dominate on Both Sides
of the Ball, Shut Out Blue Jackets 34-0,
Go 1-Up In Class 1-A, District 5 Competition

T-Mac Throws For Four Touchdowns, Runs For One, Connects With Bryce Donnelly
For Three and Keller McGrath For One.  Bryan Duffy 4 of 5 on PATs, With One Blocked
  
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Mustangs Stun Nicholas County, Dominate On Both Sides of the Ball,
Shutout Blue Jackets 34-0, Go 1-Up in District 5 Competition
   The Brossart Mustangs cleared the first hurdle of District 5
play and the first of a contentious four-game series on the
docket vs Nicholas County, Ludlow, Bracken County,and
Paris.
 
   It is unfathomable that even the most optimistic of
Mustangs fans could have foreseen the total domination on
both sides of the ball demonstrated by the home team on
Friday night.  
  
  Actually it appeared we were missing out on scoring
opportunities early on in the game, letting the Blue Jackets
"stick around", before we took advantage of Nicholas County
mistakes and grabbed a 7-0 lead after one quarter of play.  
Our first touchdown, a one yard plunge by Tyler MacDonald,
was set up by a recovery of a bad snap by Derek McCormick,
giving the Mustangs possession of the ball at the Nicholas
County 6 yard line.  
  
  T-Mac rounded into form in the second quarter connecting with
Bryce Donnelly on two occassions for Brossart touchdowns,  

a 12 yard score, and later a 10 yard connection.  Bryan Duffy was
perfect on all three
PAT tries in the first half, and the Mustangs led
21-0 at intermission.  Meanwhile, the Brossart defense was stellar,
limiting the Blue Jackets to but one first-down in the first twenty-
four minutes.
 The third quarter was more of the same, as T-Mac continued to
throw touchdown strikes, the first a 77 yard completion to Keller
McGrath which wasn't verified until a flag, thrown on the

Mustangs at mid-field was picked up.  The second a 27 yard
hookup with Donnelly for Bryce's third touchdown of the game.  
Bryan Duffy hit his fourth attempt of the night, but had the final
one blocked, sparing the Blue Jackets a running-clock.  Neither
team put points on the board in the fourth quarter as the
respective JV teams played
it out.  Reid Neufelder did come up
with an interception that prevented the Blue Jackets from

scoring late in the game.

On the night, MacDonald threw for four touchdowns, and ran for

a fifth.  Duffy was four of five on PAT attempts.  While the entire
defensive unit was sterling, Mason Dennis and Nate Bezold really
stood out.  The vaunted run game of Nicholas County was non-
existent from the opening kick-off.
 We wish a speedy recovery to Blue
Jackets, Kody Campbell who was
sidelined in the second half with a
concussion protocol, and Tyler Horn
who was hospitalized with a shoulder
issue.

Our now 4-1 Mustangs will travel to
Ludlow next Friday night to attempt to
rain on the Panthers 5-0 start on their
Homecoming game.

Tim Cooper was in the house tonight,
so we should have some world-class
photos available in the morning.      
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