Mustangs lose to Trojans


by Brady Fagen

On Jan. 26 the South Tama Trojans travelled to PCM to play the friendly sport of basketball. Coming out with the win were the Trojans with a final score of 70-58.

“We played well, but I defiantly thought we could have played much better,” said junior Elijah Sperfslage.

One player stood out for PCM in the nights game versus South Tama. Junior Jackson Thomas was the one to do so. He scored an incredible 23 out of the 58 for the ‘Stangs. Following him was Sperfslage with 11, senior Mark Bruxvoort eight, sophomore Andrew Van Ryswyk six, sophomore Reed Worth five, and lastly sophomore Brayton Van Dyke with two. Van Ryswyk let the team in rebounds with a total of 13.

The Mustang’s next game will be tomorrow at Nevada with a start time of 7 o’clock p.m.