December 17, 2014
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Photo by Tim Curtiss
The Mustangs guard against Quincy's Johan Farias during their game on Friday night. 

Mustangs beat Quincy in season opener

By Tim Curtiss
The Prosser Mustangs got off to a winning start on Friday night, but it wasn't the way head coach Ryan Allen expected.
After trailing for almost the entire game-and down 35-25 heading into the fourth quarter- the Prosser Mustangs had a furious fourth quarter rally to beat the Quincy Jack Rabbits 39-37 in their CWAC opener. 
"To be honest I knew we were going to struggle a bit because of lack of experience. It took us awhile to get going, and once it did we started to play with confidence," The Mustangs coach said. 
Pullman gets the best of the Mustangs in the pool

By Tim Curtiss
The Prosser Mustangs boys swim team took a trip up to the Palouse for their first leage match of the season against Pullman.
Though Sam Kawakami took first place in the Butterfly, it wasn't enough as Pullman beat the Mustangs 108-27.
First "meet of the season. The team looked great. It was amazing to see the team come together as one and
Have fun," Coach Lander Grow said.
Lady Mustangs dominate on opening night

By Tim Curtiss
It was the perfect the way to start the season for the Lady Mustangs.
The Prosser Mustangs girls' basketball team got rolling early, and often to see off the visiting Quincy Jackrabbits 63-20 last Friday night at Mel Bowden court.
"It was nice to see everybody smiling," head coach Kyler Bachofner said of his team's victory.
"We played well, and we put a full game together. It's really good confidence booster and hopefully it shows what the girls are capable of," Bachofner said.
Mustang Wrestling opens season with loss to Toppenish

By Tim Curtiss
The Prosser Mustangs wrestling team opened their CWAC season against a tough Toppenish team.
Prosser won two matches on the night as the Toppenish Wildcats took down the Mustangs 68-12 last Thursday night.
Jorge Cuevas picked up the win in the 120-pound class via a pin over Christian Alfaro in the second round. Also picking up a win was Kameron Merrick in the 106-pound weight class by a forfeit.