Mustang, not just about offense anymore
By Matt Patterson
Since their Class 6A runner-up finish in 2005, Mustang has made a name for itself on offense with players like Matt Edmonds and Josh Cooper. But the Broncos have also played pretty good defense this year. Friday night’s 38-14 win over Putnam North is case in point as defensive lineman Qynton Harris finished of the Panthers with a key fourth down sack in the fourth quarter.
“I really believe we’re sound defensively,” Mustang coach Ty Prestidge said. “I’d put our defense against a lot of teams. We’re not real big but we run to the football.”
Harris might be the biggest of the bunch at 280 pounds. The noseguard is a three-year starter.
“He’s a very talented athlete,” Prestidge said. “He’s a three-year starter and his first step is unbelievably quick. He’s a good nose guard and very strong in the weight room.”
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