October 22, 2014
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
By Rebecca Fink
Caskey broke 77 yard touchdown run tying the score at 7-7.

Prosser falls to Ellensburg in a match-up of unbeaten teams

By Tim Curtiss
Last week, Benji Sonnichsen said the Mustangs had to slow down Ellensburg running back Gabe Caskey for the Mustangs to be successful in the race for first place in the CWAC.
Instead, Caskey ran for over 200 yards, three touchdowns, including the game winning touchdown as the Ellensburg Bulldogs took down the Prosser Mustangs 21-14 last Friday night.
Prosser took the first lead of the game mid-way through the first quarter on a 4-play 63-yard drive capped off with an Isaiah Sanders 7-yard touchdown run to make the score 7-0 with 6:45 left in the quarter.
Cross-Country Round up

By Tim Curtiss
The Prosser Mustangs boys and girls cross-country team both finished third place in dual meets last Thursday afternoon in Ellensburg.
Hana VerMulm finished fourth in the girls race and was the highest Mustangs finisher on the day. Rachel Voegele took 14th place, and Justice Newhouse finished 19th place.
On the boy's side, Peyton Sperl finished in 6th place with a time of 16 minutes 51 seconds.  Jose Acosta finished in 22nd place, and Nathan Christensen finished in 24th place. 
Lady Mustangs get comeback victory over Grandview

By Tim Curtiss
Jamie Fassler two goals in the second half help the Lady Mustangs take down the Grandview Greyhounds 3-1 last Tuesday night in Grandview.
Grandview took a quick lead just a minute of play of the first half. The early goal shook the Mustangs confidence, but as the half wore on the Mustangs had the better scoring chances.
Luz Hererra almost tied the score 10 minutes in, but her shot was just over the cross bar. 
Ellensburg two goal second half takes down Prosser in overtime

By Tim Curtiss
The Lady Mustangs looked like they were going to cruise to an easy victory last Thursday afternoon.
Prosser lead 2-0 after 20 minutes, but Ellensburg scored two goals in the second half, and added a goal in overtime to beat Prosser 3-2 in CWAC league play.
"We started strong and kept at it. There's nothing to be ashamed at, we played with heart today and gave it all we had," Mustangs head coach Ricky Ruiz said.
In the 7th minute, Prosser scored their first goal. Asia Olivarez scored off a Jamie Fassler pass to give the Mustangs a 1-0.