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|Beechwood Tigers Pile On Mustangs In 56-42 Homestanding Win
Bryce Donnelly Posts 19 Of Our Mustangs' 42 Points
Mustang JVs, Doomed By Early Deficits, Fall 41-36
T-Mac (11) and Pops (Austin Schirmer) (10) Combine For 21 Points
Freshmen Mustangs Notch Third Straight Win With 54-44 Decision
Brothers Eilerman, Ethan (17) and Alec (10) Pace Stangs
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| NOTE: The Frankfor JV/Varsity games to be played next Tuesday in Frankfort,
shown on your schedules as 5pm and 6:30pm, will be played at 5:30pm and 7pm
The Brossart Mustangs, coming off of the intensive, athletic defensive barrage posed by the
Holmes Bulldogs on Wednesday night, had hoped for a more normal setting as we ventured to
Fort Mitchell on Friday night for an encounter with the Beechwood Tigers, who for years struggled
to find an identity among NKAC Division II competition. Following last night's win over our guys,
they find themselves sitting on a 3-1 record and have a nice team representing the basketball side
of things in this strongly football slanted institution who notched their 12th State Football
championship this past weekend.
Our Mustangs possessed a 7-4 lead when the Tigers went on a 14-2 run to finish out the first
quarter, giving them the edge 18-9 after eight minutes of play. Things didn't improve much in the
second stanza as the Tigers again owned a sizable scoring advantage 16-7 sending the home team
to the locker-room with an insurmountable lead at 34-16, led by 16 points from Ben Toebbe.
The Mustangs failed to dent the Tigers' lead, being outscored again 14-10, giving the home team a
48-26 lead, and the Tigers ones were done for the night. Donnelly, Duffy, and Hamberg all dropped
3-bombs in the final stanza as the Mustangs closed the gap to a more respectable 56-42. We were
led in the scoring department by Bryce Donnelly with 19 points who was a perfect 8 of 8 on the
night, including 3 of 3 from beyond the arc. Zach Hamberg added 8.
The Tigers were paced by Junior Ben Toebbe's 25 point effort. Owen Alcorn added 11 and Mitchell
Shilling 10. Our now 1-4 Mustangs will be back on the bus on Tuesday enroute to the Capitol City
for a JV/Varsity encounter with the Frankfort Panthers.
Our JVs fell behind early and then rallied late in the game, coming up short 41-36. The combined
efforts of Tyler MacDonald who led the Mustangs with 11 points, and complimented by Austin
Schirmer's 10 led the Mustangs' offensive efforts.
Our Freshmen Mustangs posted their third consecutive victory of the young season, rallying from
down 10-7 after the first quarter, pushing all of the way out to a 40-23 bulge after three quarters, and
then had to withstand a furious Beechwood rally which saw them close to within 44-39, causing our
guys some anxious moments, prior to turning back the Tigers threat, hitting our free-throws down the
stretch to preserve the 54-44 victory and go over .500 at 3-2. Our Mustangs were led by the twin
brothers Eilerman - Ethan with 17, with 13 of those coming in the second half and Alec with 10, 8 of
those in the first half, including 3-point goals from each coffin corner. The Freshmen Mustangs will
host NCC Tuesday evening in the SyDome at 7:30pm.
|Lady Stangs Dispatch Montgomery County 50-33
Improve To 4-1 On The Young Season,
Will Host NKAC D-II Rival Holy Cross Tonight In The SyDome
Maddie Flaugher and Mariah Frommeyer Match 12 Point Scoring Efforts
Coach Kevin Bundy's upstart Lady Stangs, impoved to 4-1 on the season with a homestanding
50-33 domination over the Montgomery County Lady Indians, led by Senior Maddie Flaugher and
Sophomore Mariah Frommeyer, who paced the home team with 12 point efforts.
The two teams played pretty much even up as the Lady Stangs managed merely a point advantage,
14-13 after a quarter, but limited the visitors to only 3 points in the second period to build a 23-16
halftime lead and never looked back.
The Lady Stangs will have little time to rest on their Montgomery County victory laurels, as the Holy
Cross Lady Indians who have played a brutal early season schedule and bring a very
non-representative 1-3 record to the SyDome in less than 24 hours. This will be the feature game
of a three game set, with the first game pitting the two freshmen teams will tip off at 4:30pm, the JV
game is slated for 6pm, and the varsity game is to be played at 7:30pm. Live Broadcast of the Varsity
Game starting at 7:20pm.
|Lady Stangs Host Holy Cross Lady Indians In Saturday Tripleheader
Freshmen Game at 4:30pm, JVs Play at 6pm and Varsity Contest at 7:30pm
LIVE BROADCAST OF THE VARSITY GAME STARTING AT 7:20PM
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Varsity game and to listen to the broadcast replay.
Our Lady Stangs, fresh of of a 50-33 thumping of Montgomery County, host the Holy Cross Lady
Indians in the SyDome, Saturday for a tripleheader.
Live broadcast of the varsity game starting at 7:20pm.