Posted On: 10/20/19 12:34 AM

A strong showing by the Breck Mustangs' defense kept the one-loss home team in their game against Minneapolis Patrick Henry. In the second half, the defense continued to play strong, and the offense got on track. They finished the game and regular season with a 28-9 win over Henry. The Mustangs ended the season with a 7-1 record. Here are five individuals who stood out.

Alex McKenna QB Breck

McKenna had a great all-around game. Early in the game, he showed nice movement in the pocket and was able to make time to make a completion. McKenna is not afraid to tuck the ball and run. He ran for a short touchdown and, earlier in the drive, set up his touchdown with a designed quarterback sweep that picked up a first down. He threw two nice deep balls on post patterns. The senior made two clutch throws late in the game. He was right on target with a deep out pass. Facing a 1st and 21, he completed a pass to Carter Theissen down the sidelines for a 34-yard gain. Later, he threw a 17-yard fade to Theissen for a touchdown. He contributed on defense too – with a handful

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