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Last Friday night it was the offensive efforts of our forwards Troy
Cooper and Nathan Mutsch who made the difference against the
Highlands Bluebirds.  On Tuessday night in the opening round of the
5th/3rd Classic, it was the sharpshooting of Jimmy Uebel, who
connected on four first-half three point goals and the
brilliant play of Josh Kidney who hit two threes and a two to put
eight points on the board in the first half.
The Cooper-Mutsch duo managed only nine points in the first two
periods as the Mustangs managed a ten point lead of 33-23.
Kidney tacked on another ten points in the second half to finish
with 18 points, and should have been 20 had a no-doubt goal-tend
been called.  Jimmy added another three to his collection for a total of
five on the night, which along with a free throw equated to a sixteen
point night.  Troy Cooper exploded for 18 points in the second half to
hold the Bulldogs at bay as they cut the Mustangs lead to four at
54-50 before Cooper strung baskets to re-establish the Mustangs lead
at double figure and preserve the victory.

BOX SCORE:  Kidney 4-3-1/2-18, Niemeyer 2-0-0/0-4,
                  Kramer 1-0-0/0-2, Uebel 0-5-1/2-16,
                  Mutsch 1-0-0/0-2, Cooper 9-0-7/7-25

TOTAL MUSTANGS:  17-8-9/10-67     8-0   3-0
TOTAL BULLDOGS:   21-3-5/11-56
Mustangs Enjoy A 3-1 Run Through The
2006 Fifth-Third Bank Classic
Defeat Clinton County, Boyle County, and Henry Clay
Fall To Lexington Catholic In Final Seconds
Troy Cooper Named To All-Tournament Team
Mustangs Advance To
Sweet Sixteen Of Fifth-Third Classic
With 67-56 Win Over Clinton County
Kidney and Uebel Combine For Eight Three-Point
Goals As Gun Pays Big Dividends
Vs Clinton Co Bulldogs
December 26th, 2006
Mustangs Beat Boyle County

December 27th, 2006
Bishop Brossart 60, Boyle County 45: Troy Cooper had
25 points for the second night in a row to lead the
Mustangs. Jimmy Uebel and Bryan Niemeyer added 10
points apiece as Brossart ran its record to 9-0.
Mustangs Let The Big One Get Away
Lose First Game Of The Season With
53-50 Loss To Host Lexington Catholic
Lead 46-42 With The Ball - Victimized By Late Game Turnovers
The Brossart Mustangs shared something with the rest of the state
on Thursday night that the rest of us have known for quite some
We are one of the top teams in the state and will compete with all
The Mustangs returned to the hotel unfulfilled after losing 53-50 to
the homestanding Lexington Catholic Knights in the waning
moments of the ballgame, after having led 46-42 with the ball, but
could not maintain or improve upon that lead.
An uncharacteristic string of turnovers allowed the Knights to climb
back into the game and a pair of Jordan Smart three-point goals held
our team at bay.
Troy Cooper again led the Mustang attack with 18.  Jimmy Uebel
netted 13 points including three 3's, and Josh Kidney played another
masterful game putting up 11 also nailing three 3's.

BOX SCORE:  Kidney 1-3-0/0-11, Uebel 1-3-2/4-13,
       Mutsch 2-0-4/5-8, Cooper 7-0-4/5-18

Total Mustangs:    11-6-10/14-50     9-1     3-0
Total Knights:       16-4-  9/14-53   
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Mustangs Upset Eleventh Ranked
Henry Clay Blue Devils 46-40
In Fifth-Third Bank Classic
Consolation Game
On Friday afternoon the Brossart Mustangs played the Lexington
Henry Clay Blue Devils for the first time in the history of our two
Henry Clay came into the game raked 11th in the state in the most
recent Courier-Journal polls.  They have been to the "Sweet Sixteen"
State Tournament on 25 occasions, the first time back in 1918 and
their most recent appearance in 2003.  They have won six State
Our Mustangs have been to the "Sweet Sixteen" State Tournament
only once, back in 2000, but today the Mustangs beat the storied Blue
Devils 46-40.
The Mustangs established a 10-6 first quarter lead before falling
behind by five points 18-13 when the Stangs went on a 7-0 run to
re-establish the lead and take a two point lead to the locker room at
We opened the second half by outscoring the Blue Devils 8-2, giving
our guys a 28-20, eight point lead, which we maintained through the
third quarter which ended with the Stangs on top, 32-24.
A basket to start the fourth quarter gave the Mustangs a ten point
lead 34-24, before momentum abruptly climbed into a Blue Devil
uniform as the Stangs were outscored 10-2 and the Mustang lead was
cut to 36-34 and later 41-40 and suddenly we were in danger of
losing this 5th/3rd Consolation bout.
But, as has been a trademark of this team, when we need a big
basket we get one, and such was the case  in this game.  We hit our
free throws down the stretch and preserved the victory 46-40,
allowing us to go 3-1 in this prestigous tournament and improve to
10-1 overall.
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