Mustangs Execute Twin-Kill
Of Dixie Heights Colonels
Freshmen Mustangs Step Up - Take The On-Ramp Back
Onto The Road To Success - Breakout Of Recent Funk
With 33-30 Win Over AAAA Colonels
JVs Rally From 11 Down At Half To Post 51-42 Win
Kramer and Hansman Combine For 30 Points
Joey Webb informed me that his back was bothering him prior to the Freshmen Mustangs/Dixie Heights
game and he didn't know how much he'd be playing in the game.  Well, he played enough to lead the
Mustangs to their 10th win of the season with 15 points and three 3-pointers, and it couldn't have come
at a more opportune time as the Stangs are looking to build some momentum into next Monday's 37th
District Tournament.
 As is their habit, the Stangs showed the Colonels some hospitality by falling behind 2-6 after a quarter
of play, but outscored the Colonels 10-4 in the secnd period to take a 12-10 lead to the locker room
at halftime.  Dixie battled back to take a 23-20 lead after three quarters, before the Mustangs declared
"Not In Our House" and took care of business in the fourth quarter outscoring the Colonels 13-7 in the
final period behind a pair of 3's by Webb.  The Mustangs hit 8 of 12 free throws for the contest.  They
will remain at home for a 6:30pm Tuesday night encounter with Walton-Verona and then complete their
regular season at home on Thursday night at 7pm when the Harrison County Thorobreds come to call.
The 37th District Freshmen tournament will be held here at Brossart on Monday and Wednesday nights next week.  Expect
Brossart to play Scott on Monday night at 7:30pm and Campbell County to play the winner on Wednesday night at 7:30pm in
the championship game.

 Box Score:  Patterson 1-0-0/1-2, Webb 2-3-2/2-15, TWoeste 0-0-2/4-2, MWoeste 1-0-0/0-2, Kremer 1-0-2/2-4,
                  Weyman 1-0-0/0-4, Barth 2-0-0/0-4

 Total Mustangs:   8-3-8/12-33           10-11              3-3
 Total Colonels:   10-1-7/11-30             8-9
The JV game between the two schools was a game of two halves.  After
trailing 10-11 after a period the Mustangs offense went ice cold and we found
ourselves on the short end of a 14-25 halftime score.  Momentum would don a
white uniform in the second half as the Stangs closed the gap to three 27-30 as
we outscored the Colonels 13-5, and continued the domination through the
remainder of the game, sustained by excellent free-throw shooting.  The Stangs
connected on 28 of 39 for the ballgame and 16 of 21 in the decisive fourth
period.  Matthew Hansman was 12 of 15 on the night, leading all scorers with
18 points and Kyle Kramer, who had 12,  strung 10 of 11 throughout the 3rd
and 4th periods, as the Mustangs put the Colonels ball on the wall - their 10th
of the season.
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