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The Mustangs used a great play call and a thrilling late-game goal line stand to earn the win.
The Triton boys' basketball team advanced in the playoffs, but Tuesday marked the end of the road for the Timber Creek boys' and Triton girls' teams.
Brian Keller and Dylan Daniluk helped put the Mustangs on solid footing for a postseason berth.
Highland's Marvin Ayi-Bamah scored a game-high 23 points, but his teammates struggled to hit their shots as the Tartans suffered their first defeat.
The Lady Mustangs' fifth-year head coach earned the prestigious award after her team's dramatic turnaround from a difficult 2010 season.
It took two late scores for the Chargers to top the Mustangs in the schools' 10th annual Thanksgiving game
The Mustangs hang tough, but fall to the Indians 52-23 Saturday afternoon. Triton must now regroup for Thursday's showdown against Timber Creek.
The Mustangs improved to 6-1 behind seniors Brian Keller and Jimmy Burns, but star running back Josh Woods left the game early with a knee injury.
The Mustangs' defense forced four turnovers to improve to 5-1 on the season.
The Mustangs broke things open in the second half on their way to 29-0 victory.
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