By John Lachmann
Brossart scored twice in the first half and once again after the break to win the All ‘A’ Classic title match, 3-0 over Kentucky Country Day at Elizabethtown on Sunday.
The Mustangs last won this tournament in 2005.
“I really thought the boys had a good tournament,” Brossart coach Brian Goller said. “We’re real happy – we put a lot of hard worth in so I’m happy with the result.”
Senior forward Jake Jennings opened the scoring for the Mustangs midway through the first half. Junior midfielder Jon Henn extended Brossart’s lead with five minutes remaining in the opening half.
Mustangs senior midfielder Mitch Parnell buried a shot with five minutes remaining in the match to ice it.
Brossart senior midfielder Eli Nienaber was named most valuable player of the tournament. Henn, Parnell, junior defender Mark Goller and sophomore midfielder Dylan Geiman were also named to the all-tournament team.
HALFTIME: 2-0. GOALS: B—Jennings, Henn, Parnell. SHUTOUT: Erickson and Paulin (5 saves). RECORDS: Brossart 14-1, Kentucky Country Day 9-7.
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