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Wednesday, January 28
Creekview tops Conrad 3-1

 The Creekview Mustangs opened district play with a 3-1 victory over Conrad led by 2 goals by junior Jonathon Rodriguez and a goal and 2 assists by senior Austin Soles.

 Creekview opened the scoring when Soles received a pass from sophomore David Jaime and took the ball down to the endline and lifted a pass over to the onrushing Rodriguez, who beat the defender to the ball for 1-0 lead. Creekview would make it 2-0 when junior Michael Neal played a perfect ball to a streaking Soles in front of the net from 15 yards out, Conrad's keeper got a hand on Soles' shot and Rogriguez followed it in. The half would end with the Mustangs up 2-1.

 Creekview would put the game away when Soles took a pass from 40 yards out from sophomore Jesus Reyna and split the defense and dribbled around the keep for the 3-1 final score.

 The win gives Creekview a 1-0 district record and a 6-3-1 overall mark for the season.

Monday, January 19
Brenham Select Cup

 Creekview attended the Brenham Select Cup which entailed playing 4 friendlies in 3 days in Brenham, Tx. The Mustangs went 1-2-1 in the matches.

 They opened with a 2-1 victory over Whitehouse, with goals from juniors Michael Neale and Josiah Bostic, both assisted from sophomore David Jaime. The second game resulted in a 1-1 draw with Kingwood Park, with Bostic scoring the only goal with the assist from sophomore Jesus Reyna.

 The Mustangs dropped the third game 4-2 to Tomball Memorial, after taking a 2-1 lead in the first half. Both goals were scored by senior Austin Soles, with the first assisted by Neale. The Mustangs also lost fourth game 2-1 to Tompkin, with the lone goal coming from senior Tommy Guzman with the assist from junior Gil Navarro.

 While the Mustangs took a hit to their record, now 6-3-1, the friendlies afforded the opportunity for playing time  for the majority of the 28 man varsity roster. Next the Mustangs hope to regroup as they ready for district play beginning on Jan. 27 against Conrad at Franklin Stadium.

Wednesday, January 14
Creekview over city rival Turner 1-0

 The Creekview Mustangs defeated the R. L. Turner Lions 1-0 in non-district play on Tuesday night at Standridge stadium .

 The Mustang's junior keeper Mauricio Gonzalez turned in a clean sheet in his first ever start for Creekview. The game never achieved clean flow due to Turner packing it back a bit and Creekview playing a number of different combinations of players. With neither team capitalizing on their chances, it looked like the game might be headed for a scoreless draw.  But with minutes to play, senior Austin Soles blasted in header from 10 yards off a corner delivered by sophomore David Jaime for the winning goal. The game would end with the ref blowing his whistle that negated an empty net goal from senior Tommy Guzman from the midline.

 With the win Creekview moves to 4-1 on the season and will be traveling out of town to play in a tournament in Brenham this weekend. Good luck Mustangs!

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2015 CFB Tourney Champions
Sunday, January 11
Mustangs stomp Cougars; Tournament Champions


 The Creekview Mustangs avenged a 4-1 loss to the Colony Cougars in the preliminary rounds  by a resounding 5-1 score at Standridge stadium on Saturday afternoon. Playing on the larger pitch and controlling the middle of field allowed Creekview to turn the tide.

 Creekview would score first on a PK by senior Tommy Guzman as the result of senior Josiah Bostic being pushed down in the box. Soon after a illegal touching by the Cougars's keeper, Guzman blasted a indirect kick into the Cougar's net for a 2-0 lead at halftime.

 The Colony would cut the lead in half in the second half, but Creekview would score soon after as senior Austin Soles chipped a ball over the Cougars defense that Bostic ran onto and powered through the defenders for a 3-1 lead. The Mustangs would make it 4-1 when sophomore defender Mario Deleon played a ball down the right side that junior Jonathon Rodriguez kept it in on the sideline and would take all the way to the goal and beat the keeper from the right side of the box. Creekview topped it off with a goal that was the result of 9 consecutive passes and the last would see Guzman playing in Soles who slid the ball into the far post for the goal. The game ended with the final score of 5-1.

 Congratulations Mustangs on the tournament victory.