J.D. was our third leading scorer a year ago (268 pts - 9.9
ppg) and should vie with Ethan Eilerman for top scorer
honors this season.  He was also our leading rebounder.  
J.D. spent a part of the summer at Rick Bolus - High
Potential Blue-Chip Camp and was named among the “Top
Dozen” College Prospects in camp.  Last spring he was
named an “Enquirer” All-Star Honorable Mention.
He was recently named Brossart High School’s Wendy’s
“High School Heisman” in recognition for his academics,
where he is a perennial first-honors student, athletics and
community service.
# 5  J.D. Schumacher
6' 4"     170 Pound     Forward
# 20   Allen Jump
6' 0"     150 Pound     Forward
Hard working, gym rat, Jacob Steffen, knows the Brossart
offensive and defensive schematics inside and out.
Last season Jake was a play-maker for the 13-7 JV Team,
while knocking down 12 3-pointers.  He also appeared in 13
of our varsity contests, where he was 2 for 2 from beyond
the stripe.
Jake finds himself immersed in an already deep varsity
guard pool and will battle for playing time with the likes of
underclassmen Stephen Verst and Carson Schirmer, along
with veterans Bryan Duffy and Bryson Wieland.
Jacob is one of those kind of kids who will accept any role
assigned him, for the best interest of the team.
Jacob also plays varsity baseball.
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# 15   Bryan Duffy
5' 11"     180 Pound     Guard
# 10   Jacob Steffen
5' 10"     150 Pound     Guard
Multi-talented Bryan Duffy excels on the soccer pitch (11
Goals), doubles back as the place-kicker on the football
team (17-21 PATS), and started in most of the 27 varsity
basketball games he played in a year ago (134 - 5.0 ppg).   
He attacks the basket well and was rewarded with a
team-high 87 Free-Throws a year ago (62-87-71%).  During
the 16-17 campaign, Bryan factored in all 27 games,
amassing 197 points. He is remembered for his 23 point
performance against the Jake Ohmer led Scott Eagles in
the 2017 37th District Tournament.  
Bryan will get some welcome relief as our sole point guard,
with the emergence of youngsters Schirmer and Verst, and
the return of Bryson Wieland. He brings leadership and
maturity to the table.
Allen is one of the most athletic persons in our school.  
He too plays soccer, basketball, and runs track in the
He contributed in 26 varsity games a year ago, and
comes into the 2017-18 campaign as our X-Factor.
His play is defined by his High Motor and defensive
intensity.  Blessed with great length, he is our
deflections king, leading to numerous transition
He is an honors student.
# 3  Bryson Wieland
6' 0"     170 Pound     Guard
Bryson appeared in only five varsity games last season due
to a lower back issue, suffered during last year’s soccer
This year he has emerged from soccer season unscathed,
and will be a major impact player, adding depth to our
already strong guard corps.  He was our leading scorer in
several summertime camp
Bryson receives training from the U.C. Bearcats staff, and
hopes to play college basketball.
Good natured, Brett Kremer is playing high school
basketball for the first time this year.  

More heralded on the baseball diamond, he transferred
to us from Campbell County this year, and has been
making steady progress on a weekly basis.
Better known as “The Chief”, Justin is one of our more
popular Mustangs.  At 6’10”, his major contribution is
making our “bigs” work against him every day at

He is a crowd favorite who will have his own Fan Club
when he is in the game.   
Our football quarterback, three-sport athlete, Tyler
MacDonald came off the bench and played in 26 varsity
basketball games a year ago.  He shot 50% from the
field, and cleaned up numerous errant Brossart
field-goal attempts.  

A team player, Tyler will accept that role again this year.
# 55   Justin Kiefer
6' 10"     170 Pound     Center
# 30   Brett Kremer
6' 1"     190 Pound     Forward
# 25   Tyler "T-Mac" MacDonald
6' 1"     175 Pound     Forward