Middle School Sports
Boys' JV Soccer
Brossart gives the Camels Seven Humps
September 26, 2013Bishop Brossart High School
The Brooms were out Tuesday Night in Campbell County as the Freshman, Junior Varsity, and Varsity Mustangs all won. Freshman win 2-1, JV win 3-0, and Varsity win 7-0.
The announcer called it the greatest rivalry in the nation, but over the last two years it has been all Green and White. The Big Green Scoring Machine scored early and often as has been their MO all year. With the win the Mustangs will take the #2 seed in the District and will face Calvary or Campbell in the first round of Districts next month.
The first goal came in the 4th minute of the game when Jacob Jennings got a nice ball from Drew Berkemeyer and Jacob Jennings sent into the net for the game winning goal. Drew picks up the game winning assist.
The next goal came in the 7th minute when Dylan Geiman sent a nice through ball to John Henn and John blasted the ball from 20 yards out for the Geico Insurance Goal of the Game. The goals kept coming in the 16th minute when Eli Nienaber sent a left foot rocket between the posts for the 3-0 lead and the route was on. Josh Kueper got the credit for the assist to Eli. Ten minutes later Eli Nienaber picked up his second goal of the night on a ball from Drew Berkemeyer. Eli’s shot from 6 yards out got past the keeper for the 4-nil lead that the Mustangs took to the half.
The Mustangs came out strong in the second period when in the 44th frame Drew Berkemeyer picked up his third assist on the night and Jacob Jennings picked up his second goal. In the 52nd minute Jacob returned the favor as he sent a nice cross to Drew Berkemeyer and Drew sent the ball low and hard into the net for the 6-0 lead. Josh Keuper finished off the scoring in the 79th minute. Josh set the ball up for a free kick 42 yards away. The ball was right on target as it sailed over the keeper and into the net for the extra point attempt and the final score of 7-0.
The defense played great. They held the Camels to only 5 shots on goal and the Mustangs had 11. Andrew Erickson and Jeff Paulin combined for the win. Andrew saved one shot and Jeff Paulin had 3 saves. Josh Keuper also had one save.
The boys were wearing the Stand Up 2 Cancer Patch on their uniforms in honor of Mark Wilson. Paige, Sam, AJ, and Sophie were all on hand for the game. Both Sam and AJ are former Mustangs. Senior, Dutch Graus worked with Brossart and the KHSAA to get the patch approved for the season. To donate and learn more click the site below.
The Mustangs improve their record to 11-1 and the Camels fall to 8-6 on the year. Next up for the Mustangs is Oneida Baptist in the All-A Tournament in Elizabethtown.
Good Luck Mustangs as they attempt to come home with the ALL A Championship.