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September 17, 2014
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Photo by Tim Curtiss
Cardell Jones gives a stiff arm to East Valley defender Jeremy Bade during the Mustangs game on Friday night.

Mustangs dominate East Valley

By Tim Curtiss
It was a perfect high school football game.
A punishing defense that didn't allow East Valley to venture past midfield.
An offense that could score at will, and a special teams unit that kept East Valley pinned deep in their territory.
The result for the perfect game was a 70-0 road victory for the Mustangs over the East Valley Red Devils last Friday night.
On the opening kick-off, the Red Devils fumbled the opening kick-off, and jumped on the loose ball on the three-yard line. 
From there the Mustangs defense shut down East Valley and forced a punt. Five plays later, Cardell Jones hit JJ Martin in the end zone for the Mustangs first score of the game.
Cross-Country open
season at Ellensburg invite
By Tim Curtiss
The Prosser Cross-Country team opened their season at the Ellensburg invite last Saturday.
Hana VerMulm was the highest girl finisher by placing 27th with a time of 16 minutes and 15 seconds at the varsity race.  Hailey Buttars finished 44th with a time of 16 minutes and 52 seconds.
For the boys' varsity, Peyton Sperl took home 29th place with a time of 13 minutes and 12 seconds. Nathan Christensen finished 10 places behind Sperl in 39th with a time of 13 minutes and 25 seconds. 

Mustangs Basketball had busy summer

By Tim Curtiss
Some of the most important months for high school basketball is during the summer.
Like all teams, the Prosser Mustangs boys' team was busy during the summer break fine tuning their skills.
This summer, the Mustangs had around 30 players that took part tournaments and the Eastern Washington University team camp head coach Ryan Allen said.
"As far as the team we had close to 30 kids participate at some point during the summer.  We didn't play in a league but played in 3 weekend tournaments and went to Eastern Wash University team camp," Allen said.