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Brossart vs Scott
37th District Semi-Finals
Tuesday, February 20th
Starting at 7:15pm
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|2017-18 Boys and Girls JV/Varsity Basketball Schedule - 10th Region A Brackets
2017-18 Freshmen Boys Basketball Schedule FISHING TRIP REPORTS
|Mustangs Complete Sweep Of Mason County Royals
With 84-66 Senior Night Win - JVs Notch 59-38 Victory
Freshmen Bested Royals Back In December 40-25
|Support the 2nd Annual
"Coach Bundy's Press Your Luck" Event
Tickets are on sale for the 2nd Annual "Coach Bundy Press Your Luck" Raffle and Event.
Saturday, March 10th - Hegenauer Hall.
The inaugural event was a huge success and the second annual looks to be even better.
A catered dinner will include Roast Beef and Marinated Chicken Breast, dessert, snacks,
beer and soft drinks. There will be a cash Bourbon Bar.
One hundred tickets will be sold at $100 each. The Grand Prize will be $5,000.
Tickets can be obtained from any Lady Stang or Kim Schultz at 859-240-7012.
Tickets $100 Each
Dinner For Two
Cash Bourbon Bar
|Mustangs Get Untracked, Force Mason County
Turnovers, Make Senior Night Memorable
With 84-66 Win Over Royals
Five Mustangs Score Double-Figures Led By Bryan Duffy With 18 Points
Mustang JVs Take Measure Of Royals 59-38, Complete Season at 13-7
| Click on the IBN Live Audio icon at left to access the JV and Varsity Games
broadcast replay. Apologies to Senior Austin Schirmer, whose interview failed to
play. It is available by clicking on his picture below.
In a game that saw nine ties and eighteen lead changes, the home-standing Brossart Mustangs caught
fire after taking a 52-50 lead with 1:48 to play in the third quarter and quickly drew off to a 63-54
lead by the end of the period, and then outscored the visitors 21-12 in the finale to draw off to an 84-66
Senior Night victory.
The Mustangs placed five players in double-figures led by Junior Bryan Duffy with 18, J.D. Schumacher
added 17 points and 8 rebounds. The Freshmen Carson Schirmer - "The Howitzer" put up 12 as did
Sophomore Ethan Eilerman, and Senior Zach Hamberg tacked on 11. The win over Mason County marks
the second consecutive time that the Royals have been victimized by the Mustangs in the SyDome on
Senior Night. The Royals are hopeful that history repeats itself, because two years ago, after falling to the
Mustangs 72-56, they rebounded to win the 10th Region Championship, while the Mustangs failed to clear
the two-headed Campbell Co/Scott monster and were left on sidelines on the outside looking in and
wondering - What If?
With the win the Mustangs improve to 15-11 on the season, and will now prepare for the Scott Eagles,
who we will face in the 37th District Semi-finals on Wednesday, February 21st at 7:30pm in the Campbell
County Middle School.
The JVs might have put in their top effort of the season, defeating the Mason County Royals 59-38, in a
game that saw nine players put numbers in the box score, led by Brian Paulin with 15 points with Tyler
MacDonald scoring 10. Mason County saw three players score double-figures - Carson Brammer with 15,
Braden May put up 11, and Blaine Highfield tacked on 10. The Mustangs close out their regular season
with a 13-7 record, as the Mustangs Freshmen, JVs and Varsity sweep the Royals in 2017-18.
Thanks to the Junior Parents who provided a memorable Senior Night experience.
| Click on the picture of the individual senior to hear his Senior Night Interview
|Little Love For Mustangs/Lady Stangs In 10th Region - All Region Voting
Zach Hamberg and Ethan Eilerman Tabbed Honorable Mention -
Marie Kiefer Named Honorable Mention On Girls Side
On the boys’ side, Mason County’s Leevi Dunaway was selected on the First Team, along will George Rogers Clark’s
Will Philpot, Campbell County’s Tanner Clos, Paris’ Eric Johnson and Pendleton County’s Dontaie Allen.
Johnson and Allen were selected as Co-Players of the Year by the region’s coaches.
Philpot was named the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches Player of the Year and is a candidate for 2018 Mr.
The 10th Region Second Team consisted of Campbell County’s Reid Jolly and Joel Day, Scott’s Chad Ohmer, Bourbon
County’s Titus Ransom and George Rogers Clark’s Brennan Canada. Robertson County’s Mason Burden and Alex
Schalch were named to the Third Team, along with George Rogers Clark’s Jordan Graham, Harrison County’s Quenton
Turley and Calvary Christian’s Mason Rusch.
Honorable Mentions include Stephen Cordle and Austin Eichenberger of Augusta, Zach Hamberg and Ethan Eilerman
of Bishop Brossart, Ryan Cooper of George Rogers Clark, Spencer Free of Harrison County, Myron Ralls and Pharaoh
Davis of Montgomery County, Spencer Morris of Nicholas County, Travis Strings of Paris, Grant Walsh of Pendleton
County, Nelson Perrin and Trey Meister of Scott and Isaiah Garrison, Brevin Jones, Ben Swolsky and Jake Swolsky of
Lady Stang Freshman Marie Kiefer was named to the 10th Region Girls Honorable Mention Group.
Patrick Kelsch (Rbtsn Co) was named 10th Region Coach of the Year, and Keaton Belcher (PCo) was elected the
KABC 10th Region Coach of the Year.