In the spring of 1998 Brossart Mustangs Chris
Hagedorn (#14) and Nathan Seiter (#22) had the
privilege of playing against then National
Champion University of Kentucky seniors
Cameron Mills and Jeff Shepherd
Brothers Justin (on left) and Nathan Seiter are the most prolific brother
scoring tandem in the history of Brossart High School.

The duo amassed 2903 points between them during their careers despite
each sitting out a substantial portion of their Junior seasons with injuries
each sustained on Green-White "Meet The Team Night."

Both played in 10th Region Championship Games as Seniors.

The brother combination of Nathan, Justin, and Brad have combined to
score 3,274 points for the Mustangs in their careers.
Evan McDole is the first four year player in Mustang history to play every
game of his Brossart Mustang career in varsity games.  He holds the
school record for starting 111 games in his career.  He has the distinct
honor of playing his first high school game as a varsity starter.

Even past Mustang greats Nathan and Justin Seiter, Melvin Steffen, Greg
Schwegmann and many others all participated in Junior Varsity competition
prior to becoming strictly varsity players.

McDole was the Mustangs leading rebounder in each of his four seasons.

As if that is not enough, Evan is a First Honor student in the classroom
where he never missed a day in his high school career.  He also started on
the varsity baseball team where he was their leading hitter with a whopping
.489 batting average.

Evan signed a four-year full-ride scholarship to play baseball at NKU.
Former University of Kentucky Wide Receiver Derek Smith  
played basketball for Coach Willie Schlarman during his freshmen
and sophomore years at Highlands High School.

During his sophomore year he, Coach Schlarman, and the
Bluebirds played in the Championship game of the State
Tournament.  Smith made return visits to the Big Dance as a
Junior and a Senior as well under Coach John Messmer and
present Mustang head coach Mike Code.

Derek is pictured here at Brossart High School with  former  
Mustangs Adam Franzen on the left and Brad Seiter on the right.
Michael Schenk holds the distinction of being the All-Time Leading
Scorer in Brossart History at the Junior Varsity Level
scoring 643
points in three seasons, 2001 through 2004.  During that period the
JV Mustangs accumulated a 51-18 record, while going 40-6 during his
sophomore and junior seasons.

Combined with the 326 points he scored on the Freshmen Team in
2001-02 and the 55 scored in varsity competition, Michael has
amassed over 1,000 points (1024) in his three seasons as a Mustang.

While it is an unkept statistic, Nathan Seiter is known to be the only
other Mustang to have produced 1,000 points combined at any level
during his freshman-sophomore-junior seasons.   Troy Cooper has
since accomplished the feat in his sophomore season and has a total
of over 1,500 points through his junior year.
Troy Cooper accomplished the feat of scoring 1,000 combined points on
the Freshmen, JV, and Varsity levels while still a sophomore.  He
scored a total of 1524 points through his juinior season, and 2,099
points for his career.

Troy scored 197 points for the Freshmen team in 2002-03 as an eighth
grader playing on the Freshmen Team.  He came back to lead the 24-2
Freshmen team in 2003-04 with 444 points as a freshmen, where he
also contributed 108 points while playing with the 20-3 Junior Varsity

In his sophomore year he scored 274 points with the 23-0 JV team and
56 points with the varsity squad. During his junior season he scored
446 for the Varsity Mustangs.  Troy finished his high school career
with 2,099 total points for the Mustangs.

Troy is the ONLY player in Mustang history to accomplish this feat.
Troy holds official school records established as Varsity Soccer
Goal-Keeper and in Track for the Shot Put.  
The 2004-05 Junior Varsity Mustangs ran the
table on all comers and finished the season with
an unblemished 23-0 record.

This follows back-to -back 20-3 JV seasons.

They were undefeated
NKAC Divsion II Champions
MCIT Champs For the Third Year and
38th District Champs for second time.

They defeated CovCath in 2OT, Elder in The
Pit, Cincinnati Oak Hills, McNicholas, and
Lexington Catholic enroute to their undefeated
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