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Mustangs Savor Their One Game Homestand With A
73-39 Win Over Pendleton County
Freshmen Post 44-28 Win In Lidlifter
JVs Fall For Second Time To PC 44-40
January 11, 2008
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Mustangs Find There's No
Place Like Home,
Cruise To 73-39 Win
The Brossart Mustangs continued their dominance
over the very young, but agressive Pendleton County
Wildcats 73-39 as the Mustangs put up seven more
three-points goals in a game that saw Joey Webb
increase his long-range bombs total to 22 on the
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season, with three on the night, as part of  a 11 point
game.  Drew Kremer was the recipient of four
run-out baskets in the second quarter paving the
way to his game-high 17 point performance. Greg
Stortz put up 10 points and a bunch of rebounds as
the Mustangs broke open a 10-6 first quarter
advantage by going on an 11-0 run providing the
Mustangs with a 21-8 first quarter lead, which
expanded to 44-20 at the half, and 57-28 after three
quarters before posting our eighth win of the season
73-39.
The Pendleton County Wildcat JV team seem to have our guys number, defeating them for the second time this season, by a sum
total of six points.
Last night our JVs threatened on several occasions to break the game open, opening up a quick 6-0 lead. before the Cats
responded with an 11-5 run of their own to tie the game at the 3:13 point in the second quarter, and took the lead at 19-17 by
halftime.
Brossart rallied out of the locker room to retake the lead and open up a seven point advantage at 28-21, but again the Cats used
one of their nine lives to cut the Musangs lead to 28-26 at the end of the third period and put a nose back in front at 29-28 and
then connect on three consecutive 3-pointers to extend the gap to 35-30.  Brossart battled back to cut the PC lead to 35-34, but
then went cold for three minutes as the Cats blew out to a seemingly insurmountable 42-34 lead under a minute, when the
Box Score:  BB:  Patterson 0-1-2/2-5,
  Armstrong 1-1-1/1-7, Webb 1-3-0/0-11,
  Kremer 7-1-0/0-17, Ridder 1-0-3/3-5,
  Rieger 2-0-2/3-6, Wolfer 1-0-3/6-5,
  Stortz 5-0-0/0-10, Hanneken 1-1-0/0-5,
  Crowley 0/0-2/2-2
  Totals Mustangs:  19-7-14/19-73    8-6

   PC:  Booth 1-1-1/2-6, Myers 4-0-0/0-8,
   Harden 0-0-1/4-1, Moeves 1-1-2/2-7,
   Ferrell 3-0-0/2-6, Walsh 1-0-0/0-2,
   Cooper 0-1-0/0-3, Greene 2-0-2/3-6,
   Totals Wildcats:   12-3-6/13-39      3-8
Mustangs unleashed a furious rally, cutting the Cats lead to 42-40 with Tanner Florence at the line shooting one-bonus with 8.9 to
go in the game.  Florence connected on both ends of the bonus giving the Cats a two-possession lead and a 44-40 win.  Our JVs
played without the services of the freshmen who were sent home following their game to study up for their Wednesday exams.
The Mustangs freshmen annexed the lidlifter 44-28 over their Pendleton County counterparts.
Travis Norton led all scorers in the contest with 18 points, including four three-point goals.

I didn't get a chance to copy down the freshmen box score, but I remember the Mustangs opening up a big lead after a quarter,
and turning back the Cats just following halftime.
Mustangs Freshmen Win Sixth Of The Season
With 44-28 Decision Over Wildcats
Late Game Wildcat 3-Point Barrage Defeats JV Mustangs 44-40
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