|Reporting Exclusively On Boys Basketball
And All "Now" Mustangs Happenings!
|BISHOP BROSSART HIGH SCHOOL
ALEXANDRIA, KENTUCKY USA
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BROSSART VS CAMPBELL CO
CAMPBELL CO HIGH SCHOOL
Wednesday, September 2nd
LIVE BROADCAST AT 7:45PM
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|Tributes To Persons Close To The
Program Who Have Passed Away
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Following The Next Arrows
|Check Out The "Mustangs Happenings" Page
|2015 Varsity Football Schedule - Team Roster
10th "A" Boys/Girls Basketball Brackets
Boys Varsity Basketball Schedule (To Date) - Mike Swauger Classic Brackets
|Mustangs Survive Aiken 26-22
Thwart Last Seconds Drive To Preserve The Win
|Up 3-0 In First Half, Mustangs Let NCC Off The Hook,
Forced To Settle For A 3-3 Tie
| Click on the IBN live audio icon at left to access the broadcast replay of the
Brossart-Aiken varsity football game
On the same day that Triple Crown Champ American Pharoah was gunned down in the stretch at Saratoga, the
Brossart Mustangs too relinquished a 3-0 lead and were forced to settle for a 3-3 stalemate versus arch-rival NCC at
Morscher Field in Silver Grove on Saturday.
The Breds were taken down 3-1 by St. Henry who won the 9th Region All-A Championship earler on Saturday,
defeating scrappy Holy Cross 2-1. The Cru will await the winner of the 10th Region "A", which will likely be our
Mustangs. In the past two years, the Mustangs had to advance past NCC to get to E-Town for the "A" State
Tournament, which we won in 2013 and were runners-up in 2014.
Incidentally, the 2015 All "A" State Soccer venue has been moved to Capitol View Field in Frankfort, the site of the
Mustangs' first ever All-A State Cup championship back in 2005.
Our Mustangs are scheduled to play Campbell County under the lights on Wednesday night at 8pm in Claryville.
This will be a good opportunity to get in a soccer broadcast.
Our Lady Stangs defeated Campbell County on Saturday 2-1, to notch their third consecutive victory and give
them a game up on the Lady Camels in the district seeding race. The seeding determination will pretty much be
settled on Wednesday night when the Lady Stangs take on Scott at 6:30pm at home. The seeding won't be formally
settled until a match with Calvary Christian on September 21st.
|Brossart vs Campbell County
Boys Varsity Soccer
Wednesday Night at Campbell County H.S. at 8pm
Live Broadcast Starting at 7:45pm
Dave Schabell and Greg Braun
| Click on the IBN live audio icon at left to access the live Brossart-Campbell County
soccer broadcast and the broadcast replay.
Our Mustang Soccerstangs take on the Campbell County Camels on Wednesday night in a key 37th District
seeding contest under the lights at 8pm in Claryville. The Camels have fallen 2-1 to Scott in an earlier district
seeding battle, making this a "must win" game for our guys if we hope to become the top seed. Game time at
The Camels are winless in four outings, but have been playing strong soccer, and will tune-up at home on
Tuesday night at home. Meanwhile the Mustangs sport a 2-1-2 mark after tying NCC on Saturday.
Live broadcast of the game starting at 7:45pm. Greg Braun has graciously volunteered to inject some
Soccer-sanity into the broadcast by serving as my partner. If any other knowedgable volunteer would like to
serve as Greg's partner, I will be happy to do the engineering.
|Support The Brossart Girls Soccer Team
By Dining (or Carry Out) at City Barbeque on
Wednesday, September 9th
BRING THE REQUIRED COUPON, AVAILABLE BELOW
AND THE GIRLS SOCCER PROGRAM RECEIVES 25%
| Congratulations to the Volleyball Team - 10th Region "A" Champs.
They will play in the "A" State Tournament Sat. Sept. 19th in Jeffersontown, Ky.
|JV Football Mustangs Take Care of Business 12-8
Versus Bracken County On Monday Night In Brooksville
At the top of the "Goals for the Week" list in the Mustangs' football locker room is listed "JVs Beat Bracken."
Mission Accomplished! The Mustangs traveled up the AA to Brooksville and returned with a 12-8 win, in a contest
that was probably not as close as the score indicates.
The Mustangs drew first blood at the 7:07 mark of the second period when sophomore Bradley Moore, playing
quarterback, carried a 30 yard keeper into the endzone for a 6-0 Brossart lead. Our PAT effort came up short and
the Mustangs would settle for a 6-0 lead at the half.
In the third quarter and our Mustangs on offense at the Bracken County end of the field, the ball came out, and
was scooped up by Cooper Teegarden who rambled 30 yards unmolested for a Bracken County score, and when
they plunged into the endzone on the PAT attempt, the Mustangs fortunes reversed, and we suddenly trailed 8-6.
An ensuing 30 yard pass play from T-Mac (Tyler MacDonald) to Bryce Donnelly went for an apparent touchdown -
BUT - there was a flag on the play, nullifying the score, and relegating our guys to continue trailing 8-6.
The game-winner came at the 7:40 mark of the fourth quarter when Jack Howard came across the middle, meeting
up with a MacDonald thrown strike that resulted in yet another 30 yard touchdown play. The PAT attempt was
again thwarted despite Nathan Bezold's best efforts, and the fate of the Mustangs was left in the hands of the
With time running out in the contest and Bracken County attempting to mount a drive, a pass from the
quarterback downfield was sniffed out and intercepted by Bryce Donnelly and the JVs had put this one in the
Our feelings are that we outplayed the Polar Bears rather convincingly, giving up the lone TD on a turnover. Both
teams moved the ball effectively and both defenses had their moments.
|Rest in Peace, Fr. James Egbers - Former St. Mary Pastor
PASSED AWAY SUNDAY