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|Mustangs Take Care Of Business Vs Calvary
Make First Step In All "A" Journey With 69-33 Win
Uebel Shoots The Lights Out - Connects on Four First Half 3's
Kyle Lubbers Entertains The Crowd With 13 Points.
JVs Win Eleventh Game of the Season 44-17
|The Brossart Mustangs took what we hope is the first
step on a seven step quest for an All "A" State
Championship by defeating our opening round
opponent Calvary Christian 69-33.
Brossart opened up a 14-6 lead against the Calvary
Christian Cougar 2-3 zone and three second quarter
Jimmy Uebel atom bombs dispelled any thoughts the
Cougars had of advancing beyond the first round.
The Mustangs led 34-12 at the half and 55-18 after
three periods, when the Mustang JVs came on to
finish out the contest which ended with the Stangs
winning out 69-33. Kyle Lubbers put on a show for
the crowd when he came up with a steal and shed his
defender with a spin move resulting in a layup which
the crowd to its feet. Lubbers performed an encore
performance shortly thereafter as the recipient of a
Kyle Kramer lob and stuck it home.
Lubbers and Uebel shared scoring honors with 13
points each, Troy Cooper added 12, Brad Seiter put up
8, Bryan Niemeyer came from off the bench to score
7, Nathan Mutsch tacked on 5, Josh Kidney and Greg
Stortz delivered 4 each and Matt Hansman rounded out
the scoring with 3. Mark Bamforth led the Cougars
with 12 points.
The Mustangs improve to 11-5 on the season.
The Mustangs will face Silver Grove at 8pm on
Friday night in the 10th Region "A" Semi-finals at the
Campbell County Middle School.
St. Patrick will play Bracken County for the other
finals berth at 6:30pm.
Box Score: Kidney 1-0-2/2-4, Seiter 1-2-0/0-8,
Niemeyer 2-1-0/0-7, Lubbers 6-0-1/1-13,
Uebel 0-4-1/2-13, Mutsch 1-0-3/4-5,
Cooper 4-0-5/6-12, Stortz 2-0-0/0-4
Total Mustangs: 18-7-12/16-69 11-5 1-1
Total Cougars: 10-3-4/8-33
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|JVs Win Eleventh With 44-17
Decision Over Cougars
The Mustang JVs had no trouble putting their eleventh
ball on the wall with a 44-17 win over the Calvary JVs.
The first quarter was competitive with the Mustangs
holding a narrow lead at 9-6 and increased their
advantage to 18-8 at the half and then 33-12 after three
The Mustangs defined the term "balanced scoring" as
Bryan Niemeyer, Matthew Hansman, Zach
Hertzenberg (including a pair of 3s), and Greg Stortz
all led the scoring parade with 8 points each. Kyle
Kramer managed 4 points on the night, Luke Rebholz
and Nick Bleha added 3 each and Ben Ridder scored
two points. The Mustangs will be idle until Feb. 7th
vs Mason County.
Box Score: Lloyd 0-0-0/2-0, Rebholz 1-0-1/2-3,
Niemeyer 4-0-0/0-8, Ridder 0-0-2/4-2,
Kramer 2-0-0/0-4, Hertzenberg 1-2-0/0-8,
Bleha 0-1-0/0-3, Hansman 4-0-0/1-8,
Total Mustangs: 16-3-3/9-44 11-5 1-1
Total Cougars: 6-1-2/2-17