INTRODUCTION
Welcome To The
"Schlarman Era"
Flashback Section
Willie Schlarman accepted the job as head coach of the
Bishop Brossart Mustangs In June of 1997.
From The Time He Arrived He Brought A New Attitude
and A New Excitement To Our Program.

In Only His First Season His Mustangs Would Defeat
Number One Covington Catholic, Win 28 Games, The
Mason County Invitational Tournament, The 38th District
Tournnament, Two Games in the 10th Region Tournament
And would finish out his first season in the Championship Game of the 10th Region Tournament
with a berth in the KHSAA "Sweet Sixteen" State Tournament at stake.

In March of 2000, his Mustangs would win the 10th Region Championship and defeat Graves
County in Rupp Arena in the "Sweet Sixteen" State Tournament.

Under his guidance we would win Three District Tournaments, and be Runners-Up Twice.

We went places only previously dreamt of.  We played in the Cintas Center (3), the Shoemaker
Center, the Owensboro Sportsceter, at NKU, Thomas More, McBrayer Arena at EKU (3), in the
Adolph Rupp Classic at LexCath and we earned respectability throughout the state.

We made several trips to Florida during the summer for some basketball and bonding, where we
played in the Embry-Riddle Team Camp and stayed over at Daytona Beach.      

We would win the 10th Region All "A" Regional Tournament Three Times, Playing in the All "A"
State Tournament on Three Occasions, finishing as State Runner-up in 2004.

He Was 10th Region "Coach of the Year" on Four Occasions and
Kentucky Post and Cincinnati
Enquirer
"Coach of the Year" in 2000.

During his seven year tenure with the Mustangs he would compile a 141-76 record.

In May of 2004 Coach Willie Schlarman accepted the head coaching job at Highlands High
School, where he is a 1983 graduate.

He gave us seven wonderful and memorable seasons and shared with his players the same
incredible experiences that he himself experienced as a player in a quality program.

Join with us on a trip through the past seven seasons on the following pages and re-live once again
the "Schlarman Glory Era."      (The Seventh Year is presently under construction and will be
completed soon.)
Click Here To Go An Editorial Tribute To
Coach Willie Schlarman
By Staff Assistant Dave Schabell
Click Here To Go To The First Segment of
"The Schlarman Era Flashback Series"