Broadcast Archive Index Page
Broadcast Year
Broadcast Replays Of The 2007 Inaugural Football Season
The 2007-08 Boys Basketball Season Including Our Upset Win Over Lexington
Christian In The All "A" State Tournament and our heart-breaking loss to Scott
in the 37th District semi-finals, as well as selected Soccer,
and Girls Basketball games.
Broadcast Year
Relive the memories of the 2007 Basketball Team's 28-5 Season
Including the 5th/3rd Tournament; All "A" State Championship;
Victory Over CovCath To Earn The No1 In NoKy Spot, And Troy Cooper's
1,000th Point; 37th District Championship and 10th Region Run
Selected Boys Soccer Games and Girls Basketball Games
Broadcast Year
Join Brad Seiter, Adam Franzen, Kyle Lubbers and the 2005-06 Mustangs
As They Win The Ashland Invitational Tournament, the 10th All "A"
And Advance To The Semi-Finals Of The "A" State Tournament
Along With The Girls Run Through The 10th Region Tournament
Selected Baseball Games  
Broadcast Year
Follow The 2005 Mustangs With Evan McDole, Kevin Smith, Jason Cooper,
Ryan Anderson, Steve McCarthy, Brett Reilly, and Michael Schenk On A Glory
Ride Through the Bluegrass/Buckeye, 5th/3rd Tournament Beating LexCath,
Winning The 10th "A", Beating CovCath in Park Hills On Their Senior Night
and being named No1 In NoKy, and Battling Region Champs - Pendleton County
Follow The JVs through a 23-0 Season And Their 2OT Win Over CovCath
Baseball At Applebee's Park Vs Owensboro Catholic
Broadcast Year
Follow The 2003-04 Mustangs Basketball Team As They Compete in The
Crosstown, Battle Elder In The Bluegrass-Buckeye, Win the 10th All "A", and go
to the finals of the All "A" State Tournament, Beat Owensboro In The Rupp
Classic and Then Are Upset By Bracken County In The District.

Also the Sectional Baseball Battle With Beechwood
We've come a long way since that first broadcast from Pendleton County H.S. back
on December 6th, 2002 when Bill Klopp and I first signed on "Live and Direct"
"Across the Nation, Around the World, and to Ships at Sea."
Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately those first year broadcasts are no longer
archieved.  We have them on CDs and if anyone is really interested in listening to
them, I'm sure that I can arrange for it.  Many of our Broadcasts from the 2003-04
season forward are archived and available through links from this page.  However,
any games broadcast via I-High are no longer archived due to I-High going out of
business.  Again, many are on CDs so I can possibly supply one to you if requested.

We have provided lifelong memories for the players who provided those thrills for us
over the years as well as our fans who enjoy listening to and re-living Mustangs
athletic events here on the world wide web.
Beginning the 2005-06 season, Bill Klopp returned to active coaching and Frank
Niemeyer took over as the primary color man on our basketball broadcasts and we
haven't missed a beat since.  More recently Dave Trentman has occupied the
"anaylist" seat.   Ted MacDonald and Mike Schack work with me on Football
Enhancements such as ethernet connections and wireless capabilites have broadcned
our horizons beyond the scope of our wildest dreams.

Providing broadcasts of our games are one of the things that make our program stand
out head and shoulders from our competition.
It is our pleasure to bring them to you!

Broadcast Year
Follow the football Mustangs breakout 2009 Football season as they break new
ground in winning five varsity games and finishing their season in the playoffs.  
Listen as the Brossart Junior High Colts battle CovCath in the Junior High
League playoffs.   Mike Code returns blue-chippers Jacob Rieger and Jordan
Armstrong, Justin Morscher along with a strong supporting cast, in his sixth year
as the Mustangs' head coach.
The Mustangs play in the Ashland Invitational Tournament and then start a new
10th Region All "A" Championship streak, returning to the "A" State
Tournament in Richmond.  We then capture the 37th District Top Seed and play
through until eliminated from the 10th Region Tournament, narrowly falling to
eventual regional champ, Mason County, in the Fieldhouse.   
Andrew Kappas and Ian Hehman do selected girls basketball events.
Broadcast Year
Follow the football Mustangs through the 2008 Football season as the team .
Mike Code's fifth year as the head coach of the Brossart Mustangs figures to be
an exciting one, with four returning starters.
Thus far this season the Mustangs have upset Highlands on Justin Seiter jersey
retirement night, and will bid for our 7th consecutive 10th Region "A" title.
Broadcast Year
Follow the Mustangs and Lady Stangs throughout the basketball season as Dave
Schabell, Frank Niemeyer and Dave Trentman return to call all of the boys action, and
Andrew Kappas along with Ian Hehman paint the picture for the Lady Stangs in Coach
Josh Feldmann's inauguaral season.
Relive the 2010 Brossart Mustangs' winning football season as well.
Follow the baseball Mustangs' run through the "A" State Tournament
Broadcast Year
Tune in as the Brossart Football Mustangs kick-off the 2011-12 sports calander with a
full slate of football action, including our first ever venture into Class 2-A.
This season brings with it unbridled enthusiasm for both the Boys and Girls basketball
programs.  Both teams appear poised for an assault on their regular season foes as well
as 10th Region and All "A" State competition.  Both teams look to make deep runs in
their respective regional tournaments come March.
Ron Verst is the new head baseball coach who returns a veteran team of Mustangs to
pick up where they left off in 2011, where they were the "A" State Runners up.  
Follow the Mustangs through their incredible run as District and Regional Champions
and Drive to the Final Four in the KHSAA State Baseball Tournament.  
The usual suspects Dave Schabell, Frank Niemeyer, Mike Schack, Dave Trentman,
and Andrew Kappas will do broadcasting honors.  Andrew Kappas and John Rolf will
call all of the action for our Lady Stangs.  
Broadcast Year
Follow the Mustangs and Lady Mustangs as we embark on our 10th season of
broadcasts, beginning with our Football Mustangs' second year of 2-A play.
Both the Mustangs and Lady Mustangs were regional contenders with the Mustangs
winning the 37th District Championship for the first time since 2007.  The Mustangs
returned to the former 5th/3rd Classic at Lexington Catholic over the Christmas
holidays where they upset state ranked Perry Co Central to earn a Top 25 ranking of
our won.  Both the boys and girls were 10th Region "A" Champions and played in the
"A" State Tournament in Frankfort.
Ron Verst's baseballers, fresh off of their Final Four appearance in the KHSAA Sweet
Sixteen State Tournament at Whitaker Bank Park attempted to repeat those efforts
again in the spring of 2013.
We were there to provide the play-by-play and "paint the picture" for all of the action
of the 2012-13 sports season.   
Broadcast Year
Join us for our 2013-14 slate of broadcasts as we join Lee Teegarden in his first year
as the head coach of the Brossart Football Mustangs, and do selected soccer games for
our championship caliber soccerjocks and Lady Stangs, including our boys' All "A"
State run.
Mike Code, in his 10th Season, directed the very talented 2013-14 Brossart Basketball
team which presented him with his 200th Career Victory.  We won our 11th 10th
Region "A" Championship, making our fifth consecutive trip to the "A" State in
Frankfort, and covered Alex Trentman's quest for 1,000 points.  The Mustangs season
ends in the 10th Region Tournament, falling to Montgomery County.
Josh Feldman and his Lady Stangs will provided the excitement as Mike Schack and
John Rolf did honors.  They too made a strong run in the "A" Regional and "A" State
We were able to hook up with Coach Ron Verst's baseball Mustangs who had success
in the "A" Regional again this year.
We hope you enjoyed our broadcasts.  Feel free to re-live the experience via our
archived broadcasts.  
The 14-15 broadcast season began in August as we followed Coach Paul Wiggins,
Football Mustangs through their final Class 2-A trek, and we joined the boys soccer
team in Elizabethtown as our guys attempted to defend their 2013 "A" State
Championship.  We broadcast Coach Alex Crawford's Junior High Colts throughout
their post-season run.
Mike Code returned with his veteran staff for his 11th season, and posted a 14-12
season with a basically rebuilding ballclub.  We had the ball in the air on two occasions
that could have won games, one of those was the Crosstown Classic game vs
Campbell County.  We broadcast the Lady Stangs upset of Holy Cross, the future "A"
State and KHSAA State Champs, as well as their win over Campbell County in the
We will cover Coach Ron Verst's baseballers where possible in the spring.  
2014 - 2015
Broadcast Year
2015 - 2016 Broadcast Year
Regale with us as we relive the glory of our 9-2 2015 Football season, hosting a
playoff game vs Raceland at the new home of the Mustangs - Bob Miller Field.

The supposedly rebuilding Brossart Varsity basketball Mustangs were 10th
Region contenders from Day One, upsetting Newport at Newport, Campbell
County in the Crosstown Classic, Holy Cross at home, while winning the Stultz
Pharmacy Holiday Classic at Greenup County High School, and retaking the 10th
Region All "A" Classic championship with another upset victory, this against
Paris in the finals.  Follow us to Frankfort for the 2016 All "A" State Tournament
where we took on Murray, one of the top teams in the state.

We also covered Josh Feldmann's Lady Stangs in an injury-plagued season that
would be Coach Feldmann's final go-round as the LStangs head coach.
2016 - 2017 Broadcast Year
Follow along as the 2016 Football Mustangs as they pick up right where they left
off in 2015, despite the loss of 11 seniors.  The team posts an 8-3 regular season
mark, including 3-1 in district play, before seeing their season conclude at
Raceland in the Class 1-A playoffs.
Mike Code will have his work cut out for him, as seven quality seniors graduated
from a team that competed for regional honors while winning 19 games.
Former Boys varsity assistant Kevin Bundy assumes the role as Girls Varsity
Basketball coach and we will be there to cover many of the exploits of the 2016-17
Lady Stangs.
Along the way we will follow the Boys and the Girls soccer teams, and do some
baseball as well come spring.   
Note that a few broadcast archives created via I-High were lost when I-High went
out of business.  All broadcasts created via EZStream are preserved and can be
provided on request.
2017 - 2018 Broadcast Year
  Fasten your seat belts as we embark on Coach Paul Wiggins' Football Mustangs
third year back in Class 1-A where we will attempt to continue and advance the
recent tradition of winning Brossart football and contentious playoff appearances.
Coach Mike Code's Basketball Mustangs look to begin a new winning seasons
tradition with a stable full of young talent, which promises championship caliber
Brossart Mustangs Basketball for the foreseeable future.
Coach Kevin Bundy welcomes a plethora of young talent to compliment his
returning varsity players as the Lady Stangs program continues to develop into a
10th Region and All "A" contender.
We will also feature select soccer and baseball games as the season progresses.   
2018 - 2019 Broadcast Year
Veterans abound on all of our varsity football, basketball, soccer, and baseball
teams this season.  Coach Paul Wiggins has 16 seniors on the football roster,
Mike Code has potentially 8 seniors, as well as experienced underclassmen,
Coach Ryan Schaeffer returns a veteran boys soccer team, and Coach Brian
Goller has a full roster of 35 young ladies representing Brossart H.S. on the
soccer pitch.
The Football Mustangs are considered among the favorites in our Class 1-A
district, our boys soccer team - runners up in the 10th Region, look to claim that
title for themselves, and Mike Code's Roundball Mustangs will seek to get back
to the "A" State Tournament and the 10th Region Tournament.
2019 - 2020 Broadcast Year
 This has been a year of firsts as our Girls Soccer team played into the 10th
Region Championship game and we were there to follow them through that
run.  The football team opened our new football/soccer facility at the MAC and
they too extended their season, winning a playoff game at home, and playing
into the District 5, Class A championship game.  The Girls and Boys basketball
programs look to pick up right where we left off back in the spring, and Rov
Verst's baseballers will compete for championships when their time comes.