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Mustangs Claim The Top Spot In
Northern Kentucky With 63-56
Win Over Covington Catholic on
Colonels' Senior Night
Jimmy Uebel Explodes For Career High 28 Points
Troy Cooper Joins Brossart 1,000 Point Club
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Mustang JVs Close The
Book On Season With
43-32 Loss To Colonels
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Cooper and Uebel
Combine For 47 Points
As Mustangs Improve To
Uebel Sets New Personal
Standard And Troy Cooper Gets
A Grand
For the second time in three years the
Brossart Mustangs have knocked off the top
ranked team in Northern Kentucky on their
senior night.  Back in 2005 McDole and
Company beat the homestanding Colonels by
sixteen and on Friday night the All "A" State
the All "A" State Champs showed that they
could defeat the big dawgs too knocking off
the 9th Region's top team 63-56.
CovCath opened the game red hot hitting four
three-point goals in taking a 15-13 lead after a
period of play.  CovCath pushed out to a
21-15 lead at the 5:40 mark in the second
quarter before the Mustangs rallied to cut the
gap to 31-30 at the half.
Jimmy Uebel, who saved his best stuff for
the regular season finale put up 11 points in
the first half and 28 on the night.
CovCath once again pushed their lead to six
points 47-41with 2:10 to play in the third
quarter, but once again the Mustangs cut the
lead to one, trailing 47-46 with eight minutes
to play.  Only two Mustangs scored in the
third period - Jimmy Uebel put up 10, and
Troy Cooper 6.
Brossart pulled even at 49 early in the fourth
quarter and took the lead for good at the 3:59
minute mark, poking a nose in front at 53-52.  
We would connect on 9 of 12 free-throws in
the fourth period while CovCath who had
previously hit on 12 of 13, could only muster
1 of 6 down the stretch.  On the night
Brossart was 22 of 27 and CovCath 13 of 19
from the charity stripe.
Troy Cooper, who needed 18 points for 1,000
career points, scored 19 points on the night
and became the fourteenth Mustang ever to
reach this milestone.  When he scored his
19th point on the night he moved into the 13th
spot on the all-time scoring leader list,
bypassing Rodney Sendelbach who had 1,000
career points.
The Mustangs now improve to 25-4 on the
season and have beaten the CovCath Colonels
in three of our last four meetings.

BOX SCORE  Musangs: Kidney 3-0-0/2-6,
    Lloyd 0-0-1/2-1, Niemeyer 2-0-0/0-4,
    Uebel 6-2-10/11-28, Kramer 0-1-0/0-3,
    Mutsch 1-0-0/0-2, Cooper 4-0-11/12-19

BOX SCORE Colonels:  Jacobs 2-2-5/6-15,
    Roll 0-0-1/2-1,  Bovard 0-1-2/3-5,
    Bondick 3-2-0/2-12, Maile 3-0-1/2-7,
    Grimes 3-0-4/4-10, Schmerge
2-0-0/0-4,         Noll 1-0-0/0-2

Totals Mustangs: 16-3-22/27-63   25-4   6-0
Totals Colonels:   14-5-13/19-56   20-6
Career Point
Coach Bob Rowe's JVs closed the book on a
13-9 season, which included a number of
quality wins, were outmanned by the
Covington Catholic in their season finale
CovCath managed an 11-6 lead after a quarter
and were ahead 26-14 at halftime.  The beat
went on in the second half as the Colonels
continued to demonstrate their superiority
37-21 after three periods.  Brossart managed
to salvage the fourth quarter, outscoring their
CovCath couterparts in the final quarter of
their season 10-8, making the final score
Sophmores Drew Kremer and Brian Wolfer
shared high scoring honors with 8 points
apiece, and Junior Ben Ridder pitched in 7
points as the Mustangs wrap up the 06-07
campaign with a respectable 13-9 record.

BOX SCORE:  Armstrong 0-0-2/2-2,
    Kremer 2-1-1/2-8, Ridder 3-0-1/2-7,
    TWoeste 1-0-0/0-2, Rieger 0-0-2/4-2,
    Wolfer 2-0-4/7-8, Barth 1-0-0/0-2

Totals Mustangs:  9 -1-10/19-31    13-9
Totals Colonels:   13-3-  8/10-43