Middle School Sports
Boys' JV Soccer
Mustangs record shutout and win Thorobred’s Tournament 2nd year in a row.
August 25, 2013Bishop Brossart High School
The Mustangs pass the first week of soccer with straight A’s. The Mustangs on the road all week in Cynthiana, KY, won Harrison County’s tournament with a resounding statement. The Big Green Scoring Machine outscored their opponents 15-2 in the three games.
The Mustangs final game of the round robin tournament was against Holy Cross last night. The Mustangs kept the pressure on the Indians all night long as the Mustangs had 41 shots to just 4 for the Indians.
The Mustangs had many opportunities in the first half, but couldn’t get the first score until the 34th minute when Nick Dierig found Senior Jake Jennings all alone from 16 yards out and drilled it into the net for the eventual game winner.
The Mustangs got the Farm Bureau Insurance goal of the game when Drew Miller sent a ball to Drew Berkemeyer who used his left foot from 8 yards out into the side netting for the 2-0 lead that the Mustangs took to the half.
The Mustangs came out in the second half with more firepower as Holy Cross was only able to get 1 shot off the entire second half due to some great defense in the back with Kueper, Geiman, and Goller. The Mustangs also recorded the first shut out on the season. Andrew Erickson and Jeff Paulin both played a half in goal.
In the 50th minute Jake Jennings got another goal when Jon Henn sent a nice ball that Jake blasted past the keeper for the 3-nil lead. Just like Thursday, the route was on.
In the 55th minute Jacob Frommeyer was taken down in the box and on came Senior John Geiman for the Penalty Kick. John sent one by the keeper and got his first varsity goal of his career and the score was 4-nil. Three minutes later Jon Henn, off a free kick, sent an absolute rocket from 26 yards out that got past the keeper for the 5-0 lead.
The scoring finally ended in the 68th minute when Nick Dierig picked up with his 4th goal of the tournament and Justin Schultz recorded an assist on a nice pass that Nick took to the hole for the 6-0 final.
The All Tournament Team consisted of Nick Dierig, Drew Berkemeyer, Josh Kueper, Drew Miller and the tournament MVP was Jake Jennings.