How Will The COVID-19 Threat Effect Our Summer Youth Boys Basketball
Camp???

Obviously, there is no answer to the question at this point.
After conferring with Coach Mike Code we have decided that it will remain scheduled for June 15th-18th
at
this time.  We will make a more definitive decision at a later date.
However, applications will not be published nor accepted, nor will invitations be sent out prior to
May 1st when we will have a better h
andle on the situation.  It would not be unprecedented for us
to conduct camp later in the summer prior to the resumption of school, should it become
necessary.
2011 Baseball Seniors
Feature Story
Dylan Embs, Ian Hehman, Jake Ollier and Nick Hamberg
Dylan Embs
  May 7, 2011 was Derby
Day.  Animal Kingdom
won the roses in
Louisville, but at Whitaker
Bank ballpark in
Lexington it was Dylan
Embs Day.
 The Mustangs played
two games that day in the
"A" State Baseball
Tournament.  
  In the morning game,
Embs took the mound and
no-hit the Presonsburg
Black Cats.
 Later that evening in the
semi-finals, Dylan hit one  
out of the big league
ballpark, as the Mustangs
punched their ticket to the
"A" State Finals with a 7-1
win over Glasgow, a team
that had polished off a
good Louisville DeSales
team.

 As a senior Embs
finished with a win-loss
record of 4-1 that included
a pair of no-hitters
(Prestonsburg and Scott),
pitching 35 innings,
allowing 20 runs, striking
out 20 and issuing only
13 free passes.  
 At the plate, Dylan hit
.310 with 8 doubles, a
triple, and 5
round-trippers.
Nick Hamberg
 Nick Hamberg was
another mult-faceted
Mustang.  
 He started six games on
the mound, and earned a
4-2 W-L record.  He too
had a productive strike
out to walks ratio at 33-18.
  Hamberg pulled his
weight at the plate,
averaging .319.
 Nick accumulated 8
doubles, a triple, and hit 5
home runs, while
knocking home 20
teammates, and crossed
the plate himself 30 times.
 Like myself Nick fished
Northern Michigan, out of
Cedarville in the UP.  We
often compared notes on
our bass and pike fishing.
Ian Hehman
  Ian Hehman was the
ultimate closer.  He was
known for his sidearm,
across the body delivery.   
He made 23 appearances
for the 2011 Mustangs and
recorded a team-high 6
saves.  Hehman allowed a
mere 6 runs and carried an
amazing 1.63 ERA.  Hehman
closed out the win over
Danville in the "A" State
Sectional sitting the
Admirals down in order to
secure the 3-2 victory.
 During his senior season
he struck out 24 batters to
face him while issuing
merely 4 free passes.
Jake Ollier
  Jake Olilier battled arm
issues early in the season,
but had overcome them by
mid-season and was the
starting and winning pitcher
against Danville in the "A"
State Sectional win, and
again started in the "A"
State Championships Game
vs Christian Academy of
Louisville.  
 Ollier started a total of 10
games with an ERA of 3.89.  
He too had a remarkable
K/BB ratio of 35/15.
 As a staff the 2011 Mustang
pitchers allowed only a
single home run.
Click Here To Listen to Dylan Embs pitch a no-hit
complete game vs Presonsburg in the All "A"
State Quarterfinals
   The 2011 Brossart Baseball pitching staff was one of our most formidable ever.  Combined this staff maintained
a joint 3.35 ERA.  Jointly the staff maintained a 195 strike-outs to 100 base-on-balls ratio.  The team record was
24-13.  We allowed an average of four runs per game, which was OK since we scored 7.6 runs per game.
  

Click Here To Listen to the  All "A" State
Semi-Finals Vs Glasgow.   
   Above, 2011 grad Ian Hehman joined
now-professional broadcaster Andrew Kappas
in calling our Brossart Lady Stangs basketball
games for a few seasons while attending NKU.
 Ian Hehman also stayed in high school
baseball, joining his former pitching coach Scott
Schweitzer's staff at Campbell County.  
This broadcast includes a pre-game interview with
Dylan Embs who also hits a 2-Run Home Run in
the bottom of the second inning
Click Here To Listen to the
2011 "A" State Championship Game vs CAL