By John Lachmann
Sophomore midfielder Dylan Geiman and senior forward Jake Jennings scored as Brossart defeated Scott, 2-0 in the District 37 final on Thursday.
Geiman opened the scoring on a volley from 25 yards out with 25 minutes remaining in the first half.
Jennings headed in a centering feed from Geiman midway through the second half to extend the Mustangs’ lead.
Brossart senior goalkeeper Andrew Erickson stopped three shots in the first half and junior Jeff Paulin made four saves after the break as the pair combined for the shutout.
Geiman, Jennings and senior defender Drew Miller – who held Eagles junior Luke Treadway scoreless – were all named to the all-tournament team from the Mustangs.
HALFTIME: 1-0. GOALS: B—Geiman, Jennings. SHUTOUT: Erickson and Paulin (7 saves). RECORDS: Brossart 16-4-1, Scott 7-9-1.
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