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We Win  61-47!!!
Mustangs Win 4th Straight Crosstown
Any Questions???
JVs Win 30th Straight 32-25
Camels Salvage Freshmen Game 45-23
One Crosstown, Two Crosstowns, Three Crosstowns, Four.....   
The Camel Student Section chanted YOU CAN'T STOP US as
their team opened up an 11-5 first quarter advantage with Brett
White, Marcus Clines, and Jonathan Verst picking apart the
Mustang defense while the Camels were also the aggressors on
defense limiting the Stangs to a 5 point quarter and the Mustangs
faithful questioning whether they were right.
Brossart battled back to start the 2nd quarter by outscoring the
Camels 10-4 to knot the score at 15 and then poke a nose in front
at 16-15 on a Nathan Mutsch free throw.  The two squads asked
and answered each other with the Camels prevailing 23-20 at
Momentum would wear a white uniform throughout the entire
third period which would see the Mustangs "Play Like Us",
outscoring the Camels 20-2 taking a 40-25 lead, effecting a 23
point turn-around from when the Stangs trailed 5-13 early on in
the first quarter.  It was then the Mustang fans turn to chant YOU
CAN'T STOP US, and the Camels didn't.  The Stangs would go on
to lead by as many as 23 at the 4:41 mark in the fourth period and
the Mustangs were enroute to winning their fourth consecutive
Crosstown Classic.  The unique thing about this impending 61-47
win was the fact that this was a whole different team than won the
previous three Camel encounters and this one came over the
Camels "Dream Team."    The Stangs now lead the series 6-3.

Box Score:  Mustangs:  Kidney 1-0-0/0-2, Seiter 2-2-1/1-6,
   Niemeyer 0-0-1/2-1, Lubbers 2-0-1/3-5, Uebel 4-0-1/4-9,
   Mutsch 3-0-7/10-13, Cooper 4-0-6/10-14

   Campbell:  Schmidt 0-0-4/4-4, Clines 1-0-5/6-7,
   Verst 1-0-2/3-4, White 9-0-2/2-20, Huenefeld 3-0-0/0-6,
   Kramer 1-0-0/0-2, McCain 1-0-0/0-2, Walker 0-0-2/2-2

   Totals Mustangs:  18-2-19/32-61    3-0   1-0
   Totals Camels:      16-0-15/17-47    3-1   0-0
Mustang JVs Win Ugly 32-25
Defy Laws Of How To Properly
Win A Basketball Game
Improve to 3-0 and
Give Coach Bob Rowe
His 30th Successive JV Victory
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.........    
I started my post-game interview with Coach Bob Rowe by
making a statement about the BB-CC JV game not being the
prettiest game ever played in the Middle School Mausoleum and
was somewhat taken aback when the normally critical coach
defended his team, and was as pleased as if they had played a
Apparently his Stangs had followed his script and that the
helter-skelter offense and in-your-face defense was in
accordance with his game plan of beating the Crosstown
Camels.  Whatever, it worked.
He even came within a hair of excusing the unenviable 0-14
free-throw streak that his team mustered in the final period
writing off the normally hot shooting JV Stangs inaccuracy to
He complimented the play of the five or six Mustangs who
saw the majority of the playing time and was thrilled to get the
The Stangs edged the Camels 9-8 in the first period on four
for four free-throw shooting by sophomore Greg Stortz who
drew rave reviews from his coach for his efforts in this game.  
Brossart would outscore their crosstown counterparts 12-1 in
the second period while hitting on 9 of 14 from the charity
stripe in the first half, pushing the advantage out to 21-9 and
position the Stangs to win their third game of the season, gain
an advantage in the seeding race, and present their coach with
his 30th consecutive official (40th unofficial) JV victory.
The second half would turn ugly as the Stangs could muster
only 5 points in the third period and 6 in the finale, while being
outscored 14-11 while in the midst of a composite 2 of 17
drought from what had turned into the chastity stripe.
All's well that ends well as the Stangs were able to borrow
from their first half advantage to hang on and win the game
Bryan Niemeyer led the Stangs with 9 and Kenny "Sky" Walker
paced the Camels with 8.
Brossart would improve to 3-0 on the season and the Camels
would fall to 3-1 on the year.

Totals Brossart:  Lloyd 0-1-1/6-4, Niemeyer 2-1-2/5-7,
          Ridder 0-0-0/3-0, Kramer 0-1-1/6-4,
          Hansman 3-0-2/4-8, Stortz 1-0-5/9-7

Totals Cambell Co:  Addie 0-0-2/2-2, Parks 0-0-0/1-0,
          Bowling 0-1-0/0-3, Kidwell 0-0-1/2-1, Eten 1-0-1/2-1,
          Dischar 0-0-1/2-1, Sauerbeck 0-0-1/4-1,
          Rachford 1-0-0/0-2, Woodruff 0-0-2/2-2,
          Rhoden 1-0-0/0-2, Walker 4-0-0/0-8

          Totals Brossart:       6-3-11/31-32     3-0    1-0
          Totals Campbell:      7-1-8/14 -25     3-1     0-0    
Freshmen Never Get Untracked In Crosstown Bout With Campbell Co
Fall   45-23
I failed to get the Freshmen game information from Jeff Miller tonight following the varsity game.
Justin Barth led the Stangs with 7 points.
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