Monday January 20th was the first meet for the young Mustangs. They traveled to Wisner for an 11 team round robin tournament. The Mustangs placed third overall giving Coach Johnson and his wrestlers their first trophy of the season. Coach Robbie Johnson is in his first year as Head JrHi coach. High School/Youth coach Randy Hansen has been coaching these athletes through their Bronco wrestling days and can see the . . .
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BBB: Learning Through Tough Stretch The Stanton Mustangs Boys Basketball team has dropped 5 straight games, as they continue to work hard through a tough stretch of games. Those losses include two to ranked C1 teams Battle Creek 60-38 and North ben central 56-29. The Mustangs also dropped a tough one to Wakefield 60-38, which were followed up close losses to Pender 27-24 and West Holt 44-41. The West Holt game was in round one . . .
Mustang Boys Basketball team starts off season 1-1 The Stanton Mustang Boys basketball hosted the class D1 ranked Howells-Dodge Jaguars. The Jaguars started fast, but the Mustangs countered and after one quarter. Howells-Dodge would take 15-9 advantage in 2 nd quarter and led at half 28-21. In the 3 rd quarter Stanton would play hard throughout , as H-D outpaced the Mustangs 9-7, to take a 37-29 lead going into the 4 th . . .
Mustangs 2019 Season Record 17-15 The Mustang’s ended their season on Tuesday, October 28 th at Norfolk Catholic School against LHNE. The 2019 Varsity Team ended the season with a record of 17-15. JV Team season record was 15-10 and the C Team ended their season with a record of 10-5. This team learned throughout the season how to work through adversity, along with what it means . . .
Stanton Football loses final two games of the Season The Stanton Mustang Football team traveled to Norfolk last week to play the Norfolk Catholic Knights. The Knights jumped out to an early lead and never looked back en route to a 42-0 victory. In the first half the Knights jumped out to a 21-0 lead. “We had 3 promising drives that ended, with penalties or missed assignments, we wanted to clean up . . .
Mustangs defeat Ponca Last Friday night the Stanton Mustang Football team picked up their second win of the season when they defeated the Ponca Indians by a score of 26-14. Stanton struck first on their first drive when Gage Tighe ran the ball in from 6yds out. The Mustang defense would hold again and Tighe would score on a 2 yd run. With a 12-0 lead, Ponca would score right before the half on a 6yd run. Going into . . .
Crofton defeats Stanton Last Friday night the Stanton Mustang Football team lost to the Crofton Warriors 29-13. In once again a tale of two halves the Mustangs had several chances throughout the game to score and get stops, but unfortunately not enough plays were made on both sides of the ball to secure a win. To start the game, Crofton scored on its opening drive and took a 7-0 lead. Stanton Freshman Jason . . .