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Freshmen Improve To 11-5
With 38-17 Win Over
Erlanger Lloyd
The Freshmen Mustangs took a night off
from the grinder and had a nice social
win over the Erlanger Lloyd Juggernauts,
who traveled to Alexandria in search of
their first win of the season.
Coach Schack had an opportunity to
spread the playing time around liberally
and his team responded by having eleven
Mustangs put ink in the scorebook.
Stevie Popovich and Tyler Batsche led
the Mustangs with six points apiece, as
no player scored in double figures.  
The Mustangs led 8-5 at the quarter, and
14-7 at the half.   A 16-3 Mustang
advantage in the third period blew the
game open at 30-10 as the Mustangs
cruised to their eleventh win of the
season 38-17.
BOX SCORE:  Armstrong 0-0-2/2-2,
Cummings 1-0-2/2-4, Martin 0-0-1/3-1,
Popovich 3-0-0/0-6, Morscher 1-0-0/0-2,
Kramer 0-0-0/2-0, Batsche 3/-0-0/0-6,  
Hanneken 0-1-0/0-3, Crowley 0-0-1/2-1,
Rieger 2-0-1/2-5, Buechel 1-0-2/2-4,
Fessler 1-0-0/0-2, Kroger 1-0-0/0-2

Total Mustangs: 13-1-9/15-38  11-5  3-2
Total Juggs:         4-2-3/8 -17
Our Mini-Mustangs were overmatched by
the Holy Cross Heat in the preliminary
game Wednesday night, falling 55-37.
After a 10-10 first quarter tie, Holy Cross
turned up the heat, excuse the pun, and
drew off to a 22-12 lead at intermission.
The two teams combined for 33 points in
the third quarter with 21 of those
belonging to Holy Cross as both teams
played to a 12-12 tie in the final stanza.
Luke Walerius had a big night for the
minis, putting up 14 points on six field
goals and two free-throws.  John Schack
had double figures with 10 point and Luke
Dischar who was under pressure all night
from the Holy Cross defense, managed 9
points on the night.
The Minis played without the services of
the St. Joe, Cold Spring players who had a
game on Wednesday night, and were
joined "in progress" by the St. Mary 8th
The Minis will travel with us to Harrison
County Monday night for a 6:30pm prelim
game with the 8th Grade Harrison County
Shorthanded Minis
Overmatched By Holy
Cross Heat 55-37