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2007 Mason County Invitational Tournament
Mustangs Roll Over Camels In Semis
Fall Hard To Mason County
In MCIT Finals
Mustangs Dispatch Campbell
County In MCIT Semis 58-42
January 5, 2007
The Mustangs earned a shot at host Mason County with
a semifinal win over the Camels.

Senior center Troy Cooper led Brossart with 15 points
and teammate Jimmy Uebel hit a pair of 3-pointers and
finished with 14.

Junior guard Andy Franzen led Campbell County with
eight points, six coming in the fourth quarter when the
Camels tried to rally from a 25-point third-quarter
deficit.

CAMPBELL CO.   4    4  12  22  -   42
BROSSART        19  11  15   13  -  58


CAMPBELL COUNTY (42): Parks 1 0 2, Griffin 2 1 6,
Eten 0 1 1, A. Franzen 4 0 8, Coffman 0 2 2, Verst 0 2
2, Dischar 2 1 5, Gearhart 1 0 2, Nerl 2 2 6, Sutherland
1 0 3, Albrecht 2 0 4, B. Franzen 0 1 1. Totals 15 10 42.

BROSSART (58): Kidney 2 0 6, Lloyd 0 2 2, Rebholz 2
0 5, Niemeyer 2 0 4, Uebel 6 0 14, Mutsch 5 0 10,
Cooper 5 5 15, Weyman 0 2 2. Totals 22 9 58.

3-pointers: CC -Griffin, Sutherland.
               B -Kidney 2, Uebel 2, Rebholz.

Records: Brossart 12-1, Campbell County 9-5.
Mustangs Stymied In First
Half By Mason County As
Royals Lay Claim To 2007
MCIT Championship Trophy
January 6, 2007
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After battling LexCath and Henry Clay, and decimating
Montgomery County and Campbell County in the earlier
rounds of the MCIT, the Brossart Mustangs were
cautiously optimistic about our ability to compete with
the Mason County Royals and return the heavy MCIT
hardware back to the Avenue of Champions for the first
time since 1999, establishing ourselves as bona fide 10th
Region Championship candidates.
Both teams entered the game with 12-1 records, and
both teams had suffered narrow losses to Lexington
Catholic.  The Mustangs normally function quite well in
the Fieldhouse and coming out of the Fifth-Third Classic
where we played LexCath in a hostile environment,
certainly didn't anticipate being  intimidated by the
Royals home court advantage.
The first quarter could hardly have been uglier with
neither team able to mount any offense in what more
closely resembled a street ball game.  Darius Miller, the
Royals legitimate Divison I college prospect sat for a
couple of minutes with two fouls but the Mustangs
were unable to take advantage during his absence.  Four
Troy Cooper free-throw completions accounted for the
total Mustangs first quarter output.
It was the Mason County Royals who ignited in the
second quarter, putting 21 points on the board to our
Mustangs 5, sending the Stangs to the locker room at
halftime with only a lone field goal and four free throws
for our efforts along with a 18 point, 27-9 deficit.  The
kind of deficits that Montgomery County and Campbell
County had been faced with when playing our Mustangs
in the earlier rounds of this tournament.
Brossart seemingly came out of the locker room ready
to play in the second half, nearly doubling our first-half
offensive output as Jimmy Uebel put up 8 points in the
third quarter with two "3"s and Luke Rebholz and
Nathan Mutsch chiming in with 3s.
It seemed that each time the Mustangs would score,
Trevor Setty would answer with a trey of his own,
hitting on three long distant bombs in the third quarter.  
When the sun set on the period the Mustangs had
chipped away only one point of the 18 point halftime
deficit, virtually assuring the Mustangs a long, quiet ride
back to Alexandria with the fourth quarter becoming
anti-climatic as the Mustangs absorbed the 56-33 loss,
the fewest points a Brossart team has put on the board
since  February 3rd, 2005 when the Stangs had a similar
experience in the opening round of the 2005 All "A"
State Classic when the Mustangs put up only 30 against
Hazard.
The good news is that there are more games to play
and that the Mustangs in all likelihood will meet up with
the Royals on two more occasions this season, with the
next scheduled event back in the Fieldhouse on Tuesday
night, February 13th.  The third meeting could well
come in the 10th Region Tournament in March.
 Mason County will remain in our thoughts, but will be
relegated to the back burner as the Mustangs will
concentrate on preparing for a district seeding clash
with Scott at home on January 16th and the upcoming
regional and state "A" tournaments.
 The Mustangs were led in scoring against Mason
County by Jimmy Uebel with 12 points.  Troy Cooper
was limited to 9, Josh Kidney 5, Nathan Mutsch 4, and
Luke Rebholz 3 in a rather enemic effort that we know
the Mustangs can improve on.  The Mustangs fall to
12-2 on the season.  
Fifty-five grade school league players and coaches
expereinced the atmosphere of a big game in the
Fieldhouse as our guests on Saturday night.  Thanks for
making the trip!
BROSSART     4   5   16    8  -  33
MASON CO     6 21   15  14  -  56


BISHOP BROSSART (33): Kidney 1 3 5, Rebholz 1 0 3,
Uebel 5 0 12, Mutsch 1 1 4, Cooper 1 7 9.
Totals 9 11 33.

MASON COUNTY (56): Scott 4 5 14, Miller 4 2 10,
Setty 4 0 12, Browning 1 0 3, Middleton 3 4 11,
Stahl 3 0 6. Totals 19 11 56.

3-pointers: B -Uebel 2, Rebholz, Mutsch.
           M -Setty 4, Scott, Browning, Middleton.

Records: Mason County 13-1, Bishop Brossart 12-2.