Mustangs Lay 49-34 Wallop
On Cincinnati Oak Hills In
Bluegrass-Buckeye Event At NKU
Jimmy Uebel Puts Up The Big Numbers With 16
Troy Cooper Nets An Even Dozen -
Bench Figures Large In Showcase Win  
December 16th, 2006
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Mustangs Improve To 6-0
With Win Over
Highlanders
The Brossart Mustangs go to the exam break
undefeated at 6-0 after beating the biggest high
school in the State of Ohio - Oak Hills 46-34.  
This is the second win over the Highlanders by
the Mustangs in as many meetings, the last being
a 41-36 win back on December 19th, 2004 in the
Cintas Center.
In what is becoming a trend, the Mustangs trailed
11-10 after the first period and then asserted
themselves, outscoring the Highlanders 9-4 to
take the lead 19-14 at the break.
The Stangs pushed out to a 33-23 advantage as
Jimmy Uebel and Troy Cooper combined for 14
points.  Josh Kidney fouled out of the game with
4:07 to play in the contest causing some anxious
moments, but his replacement  Matt Lloyd picked
up where Josh left off, hitting four blue-chip
free-throws helping to keep the Highlanders at
bay.
Again today, Luke Rebholz came from off the
bench to nail a big early-game three point goal
and Matt Lloyd showed his grit forcing numerous
turnovers and reaping havoc on the opposing
ball-handlers.  Kyle Kramer was quite simply his
normal brilliant self.
The Mustangs were led in the scorebook by
Jimmy Uebel with 16 points including three "3"
balls, and Troy Cooper who added 12
hard-earned points.  Nathan Mutsch pulled down
6 rebounds.
The Mustangs next game will be next Friday
against the Highlands Bluebirds come to call.

BOX SCORE:  Lloyd 0-0-4/7-4,
    Niemeyer 1-0-1/3-3, Kramer 0-0-1/2-1
    Uebel 1-3-5/6-16, Mutsch 1-1-2/2-7,
    Cooper 3-0-6/11-12

Total Mustangs:     6-5-19/30-46   6-0   2-0
Total Highlanders:  9-3-  7/11-34
St. Joseph Cold Spring 8th Grader Dylan Dierig
was selected to be the halftime half-court shot
challenge shooter.  The cool Bluejay guard
knocked down the layup, hit the free-throw,
nailed the "3" and then "got the money" as
Christmas came early by banking in the half-court
big-money shot, giving Dylan about $80 in
Christmas cash.       When Coach Mike Code
heard about Dierig's exploits, he said that if he
had known about Dierig's hot hand he would
have inserted him into the game back in the
second quarter when the Mustangs were having
trouble connecting from the field.