September 30, 2015
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Photo courtesy of Brittnee Sanchez
Senior, Javier Diaz kicks and scores the extra point after a Mustang touchdown.

Second-Ranked Mustangs Overpower Greyhounds

By Brittnee Sanchez
Junior Tanner Bolt led the Mustangs to 55-0 victory over CWAC competitor, the Grandview Greyhounds on Friday. 
Bolt completed 18 of 21 passes for 269 yards and just one interception. He threw four touchdown passes to three different receivers, connecting with Kason Blair twice.
Blair scored the first two touchdowns of the game, combining for 34 yards on the touchdowns. Blair had four receptions for 80 yards and two touchdowns. One of the other receivers Bolt connected with was senior Roy Borrego. Borrego had two receptions for 51 yards and a five yard touchdown pass for the night. Bolt also connected with senior receiver Ky Swift for a nine yard touchdown.
Big Hearts, Little Shorts

By Brittnee Sanchez
With bruised legs and tired looking kneepads, a ball is making its way across the court waiting for someone to hustle and hit it before it reaches the ground. In every game, only one team can come out as the winner. Unfortunately for the Lady Mustangs they fell short in their efforts to top the hosting East Valley Red Devils.
The Lady Red Devils beat Prosser in three games 25-21, 25-13, and 25-18. Sophomore Kylie Colson played a great defensive game. Colson had 12 defensive digs in helping to keep the Lady Mustangs hopes of beating the Red Devils alive. Junior Shay Hicks played an aggressive game combining for seven kills throughout all three games.
Mustang Harriers Run Away with Second Place

By Brittnee Sanchez
On Thursday, the Mustangs cross-country team hosted the Toppenish Wildcats, Ephrata Tigers, and Quincy Jackrabbits in a four team CWAC league meet.
 The Mustangs mens varsity team combined for 44 points, which was enough to earn second place.
In a field of 31 runners, junior Tito Torres was the first runner in for Prosser, finishing the course in 19 minutes 21 seconds and a seventh place finish. Freshman Jacob Torres was nine seconds behind Tito, which earned him an eighth place finish and a time of 19 minutes 30 seconds.
Sweat Makes the Green Grass Grow

By Brittnee Sanchez
The Mustangs had all the offense they needed on Tuesday night, opening the game with two goals within the first seven minutes of play. The first goal was scored by junior Jamie Fassler. Freshman teammate Marissa Cortes scored the second goal for the Lady Mustangs. Even with all the excitement early on in the first half, the Mustangs were held to those two goals at halftime.
Coming out into the second half, the Lady Mustangs came out swinging. The ladies scored three goals within the first 13 minutes of the half. Junior Hannah Johnson started of the second half scoring frenzy for the Mustangs. Fassler added two more goals in the second half, to the one she netted in the first half, to earn herself a hat trick.