Posted On: 09/6/18 12:56 AM

The Breck Mustangs took the lead into halftime of their opening night game against Columbia Heights but needed a clutch drive late in the game and a big-time defensive play to seal the victory to hold off the Hylanders and come out with a 30-20 home victory. Here are some of the top performers from the Mustangs' opening night victory.

There is little doubt senior David Roddy is not only one of the top football players in the state, but he is also one of the best all-around athletes in Minnesota. Roddy plays both ways and had a huge impact on both sides of the ball. At quarterback, he had an inconsistent start but ended up putting up significant numbers. The 6'5"245-pound quarterback showed all the skills of a big-time player. As the game progressed, he showed touch on the underneath throws while also showing a strong arm like on his eight-yard touchdown pass. He made three or four plays with his legs that while didn't amount to much on the stat sheet, got his team out of bad situations. His most impressive run –

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