Watch This Fox Body Ford Mustang Expertly Drift Into A Driveway

The Ford Mustang has changed considerably over the years, even though the more recent generations of the iconic pony car take quite a bit of influence from the first-gen model. There were quite a few unique outliers in between, however, including the rather large Mustangs of the mid to later 1970s, the Mustang II, and of course, the long-running Fox Body Ford Mustang, which is still a favorite of many. There are still a slew of Fox Body Ford Mustang models tearing up the drag strip, hitting the auction block, and cruising the streets, but as it turns out, the venerable pony car also makes a pretty great drift machine, too.
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Mustangs ride to win over Billingsley

The Isabella High School boys’ basketball team sprinted to a 64-29 win over Billingsley High School on Nov. 28 in the Mustangs season opener. Three Mustangs, Eli Kendrick, Dre’Von Lee and Zac Chapman, recorded at least 15 points to help boost Isabella. Kendrick led the trio with 18 points.
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Journal Review

Lost opportunities cost Mustangs against Oracles

DEL 11 13 9 2 — 34 FC 5 4 6 5 — 20 FG-FGA FT-FTA Pts: Royal 4-14 0-0 8, Pickering 3-7 2-2 9, roth 3-12 1-2 7, Maddy Brown 0-4 0-0 0, Miller 3-9 0-0 6, Sinks 0-2 0-2 0, Abby Brown 1-2 0-0 2, Tate 1-1 0-0 2, Wells 0-0 0-0 0; Totals 15-51 3-6 34.
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Three Mustangs Grab United Soccer Coaches All-West Region Honors

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Highlighted by Camille Lafaix's second straight first team selection, three Cal Poly women's soccer players were named to the United Soccer Coaches All-West Region team released Tuesday. Sophomore defender Emma Brown and senior defender Kylie Rojas both earned spots on the All-West Region third...
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Mustangs tame Bears in girls season opener

The Isabella High School varsity girls’ basketball team started its season on the right foot picking up a 62-38 win over Billingsley High School on Nov. 28. The Mustangs were paced by Lexi Higgins with 20 points all coming in the second half including six 3-pointers. Higgins went on a 15-0 run in the third quarter by herself on five 3-pointers.
Bloomfield Democrat

Lough, Porter lead DC to win in season opener

The Lady Mustang basketball team began the season 1-0 after a dominating 70-28 win over New London on Nov. 19. Davis County beat New London on their home court to get the season underway. The Lady Mustangs showed early on that defense was a strong part of their game plan....
Eastern New Mexico News

Hounds topple Mustangs

PORTALES - Senior guard Eze Dike didn't mind that his Eastern New Mexico University men's basketball squad struggled at times against NAIA member University of the Southwest on Saturday. The good news for the Greyhounds is they finished strong and pulled away to a 72-64 win over the Hobbs-based Mustangs...
Cedar Valley Daily Times


INDEPENDENCE – The Independence Mustangs boys and girls bowling teams are led by Head Coach Todd Lamphier. Independence has 5 boys returning from last year’s varsity squad.
Lewiston Morning Tribune

Area roundup: Mustangs race past Bulldogs in boys basketball debut

GENESEE — Gus Rickert made a double-double of 13 points and 11 rebounds to help the visiting Deary Mustangs handle Genesee 53-30 in season-opening nonleague boys basketball play Tuesday. Caleb Rickard of Deary (1-0) was the game’s top scorer with 14 points, while Blaine Clark scored eight and had...

Mustangs fall in consolation semis at OFSAA basketball championships

WALKERTON-KINCARDINE – F.E. Madill Secondary School exited the 2022 Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) girls’ ‘A’ basketball championship without the coveted provincial title, but the squad can still be satisfied with what was a highly successful fall season. The reigning WOSSAA champion, eighth-seeded Madill would ultimately drop its first two preliminary games and…

Weslaco shakes off slow start, beats Mustangs on road

McALLEN — Weslaco High entered Tuesday’s contest against McAllen Memorial as one of two Valley teams ranked in the latest Texas Girls Coaches Association’s state poll, sitting at No. 17 in the Class 6A rankings. Three quarters in, however, the Panthers looked like anything but the state-ranked...
Cedar Valley Daily Times


INDEPENDENCE – Head Coach Michael Doyle returns for his 28th year leading the Independence Mustangs wrestling team. Doyle has compiled 432 victories in his tenure with the Mustangs and is coming off a 2nd-Place finish in the State Duals in ’21-’22. Mustangs have placed in State Duals...

Mustangs visit Dallas Baptist to open LSC campaign

DALLAS -- Midwestern State launches its Lone Star Conference campaign on the road Wednesday night at Dallas Baptist. Tip-off at the Burg Center is scheduled for 7 p.m. MIDWESTERN STATE (2-3) vs. DALLAS BAPTIST (4-3) Wednesday, Nov. 30 | 7 p.m. Burg Center | Dallas. Series History | Midwestern State...

Jones, Hammersley named Mustangs of the Week

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The SUNY Morrisville athletics department has announced its weekly award winners, naming women's hockey freshman Maggie Jones (Marystown, N.L.) and women's basketball junior Brooke Hammersley (Weedsport, N.Y.) the Mustangs of the Week for action ending November 27. Jones was a defensive mainstay in net for the...
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INDEPENDENCE – Monday, November 28, 2022: A big late 4th quarter surge was the key to the Mustangs season opening win against the Vinton-Shellsburg Vikings on Monday night. Down 46-50 with 4 minutes to play, the defensive pressure of the Mustangs caused several Vikings turnovers, which resulted in a late 11-0 run and the Mustangs hold for a 59-53 win.

Prep Roundup: McLaughlin scores 30 in Mustangs' win

Meridian's Halen McLaughlin scored 30 points Tuesday to propel the Mustangs to a 60-52 win over host Evart in a nonconference girls' basketball season opener. Meridian jumped out to a 21-9 lead after one quarter and extended to a 38-22 advantage at halftime. The Wildcats outscored the Mustangs 24-8 in the third quarter to tie it at 46-46, but MHS had a 14-6 advantage in the fourth to win it. Grace Chinavare had 21 points and five steals for Meridian, while Josie Barriger had five points, six rebounds, and five assists, and McLaughlin added seven boards.
Iola Register

Mustangs take Pioneer League honors

Iola High football players were awarded a number of team and Pioneer League honors at their annual banquet last week. Mustang senior Jake Skahan took home the Distinguished Mustang Award. Skahan caught a touchdown and hauled in 27 yards offensively this season while he came down with nine total tackles and two solo stops defensively.
Marshall Independent

Mustangs prepare for tough tests vs. Augie, WSC

The Southwest Minnesota State University women’s basketball team hosts Augustana on Thursday, Dec. 1 at 5:30 p.m., before traveling for a match-up against Wayne State at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 3. Last time out. The Southwest Minnesota State women’s basketball team used a balanced attack to lead wire-to-wire...

BOYS BASKETBALL: Eagles soar by Mustangs, Heartland falls to Fremont-Mills

Underwood 71, Shenandoah 19: Underwood jumped out to a 29-4 lead in the first quarter, led 52-9 at the second quarter and 54-18 after three quarters before outscoring the Mustangs 17-1 in the fourth quarter of Monday's home game. Junior Jack Vanfossan led Underwood with 15 points, junior Mason Boothby...