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|Mustangs Capture 37th District
Top Seed With 77-56
Win Over Scott Eagles
Scott Assistant Coach Chris Schreiber must have been
experiencing some mixed emotions as he watched Mustang
senior Kyle Lubbers come from off the bench, neutralize
Scott bigman Kyle Howard and finish off numerous assists
from Jimmy Uebel offensively to earn his coach's MVP
nod. Schreiber was very much responsible for developing
Lubbers who was very raw as a freshmen (and I'm being
complimentary) and pointed him in the direction which
landed him at Scott last night helping defeat Schreiber's
Cooper and Lubbers combined to hold Howard to three
field-goals and a total of 12 points on the night and only
three in the pivotal second half. Cooper was strapped with
three first half personal fouls and a quick fourth just into
the second half.
Cooper still saw sufficient PT to lead all scorers with 18
points, all coming in the first and fourth quarters.
The Mustangs opened a 14-13 lead after a period of play
and were kept in the game by Jimmy Uebel who hit two big
threes to help overcome some adversity and allow the
Stangs to take a 32-27 lead to the locker-room at halftime.
The game was decided in the third quarter as the Mustangs
delivered a patented third period domination of the Eagles,
holding the home team to seven free-throws and no
field-goals as we put 23 points on the board to take a 55-34
lead while Lubbers was doing his best to reject all of the
Scott field-goal attempts as they brought them into his
house deep in the paint.
The Mustangs and Eagles played ask and answer through
the fourth period as both put up 22 points to provide the
final score of 77-56. The Mustangs connected on 25 of 30
free throws for 83% from the line.
The implications of the Mustangs' win last night is that we
are now the 37th District Top Seed for the upcoming
district tournament during the first week in March where
we will likely play the winner of the Silver Grove/Calvary
Christian game for a berth in the 10th Region Tournament.
Box Score: Kidney 2-0-0/0-4, Seiter 0-0-8/11-8,
Franzen 1-0-2/2-4, Lubbers 5-0-2/2-12,
Uebel 3-3-2/3-17, Hansman 1-0-0/0-2,
Mutsch 2-1-5/5-12, Cooper 6-0-6/7-18
Totals Mustangs: 20-4-25/30-77 10-4 1-1
Totals Eagles: 15-1-23/30-56 12-4
The JVs performed a similar task of winning the top seed
in the upcoming JV district tournament with a 44-34 win.
The Stangs and Eagles were deadlocked 8-8 after a period
and the Mustangs led 16-15 after two and 26-22 after three.
Matthew Hansman scored 10 of his game high 19 points in
the final period to wrap up the 37th District top seed.
Box Score: Lloyd 0-0-2/4-2, Niemeyer 3-0-0/1-6,
Ridder 1-0-2/2-4, Kramer 2-0-3/4-7,
Hansman 5-0-9/13-19, Stortz 0-0-0/1-0
Total Mustangs: 12-1-17/27-44
Total Scott: 10-1-11/14-34
|Mustang JVs Secure 37th Top
Seed - Handle Eagles 44-34
Behind 19 Points From
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