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Mustangs Put Exclamation Point
On Regular Season - Sweep NKAC
and Parochial Competition With
63-41 Senior Night Win Over Holy
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Mustang JVs Run the Table On 2004-05 Season
Go  23-0
Become First Team In Brossart High School Basketball History To Accomplish The Feat
The Brossart Mustangs took care of business on Senior
Night/Jayhawks Night as the JVs complete an undefeated
season with a hard fought win over the 16-2 Holy Cross Inidians
who had sustained only losses to CovCath and Highlands while
putting together a nice little season of their own.  The JV Mustangs
played without the services of thier starting forward Nathan Mutsch,
out with a ligament strain in his left hand,  but was ably replaced by
Kyle Lubbers who had a career night, putting up 15 points.
Lubbs, along with resident big man Troy Cooper who completed three
3-point plays the old fashioned way to lead all scorers with 17 points,
combined for 32 of the Mustangs 48 points.  Jimmy Uebel and Adam
Franzen both put up 8 points apiece and again it was Josh Kidney who
hit two blue-chip free-throws putting the game out of reach with just
seconds left to play in the contest.

Adding their freshmen record, last year's JV record and this year's
record they are 67-5.    Coach Rowe's JV record over the past three
seasons stands at 63-6.
The Varsity had to overcome a mixed bag of defenses in order to
defeat the Indians who had slow-down on their minds.  They were
successful in the first period as the Mustangs failed to find the
shooting touch that they enjoyed in Park Hills on Tuesday and could
manage only a 10-9 advantage after eight minutes of play.  The secnd
half was more of the same plus a couple of three-pointers by Brad
Seiter who loosened up the Indians zone and a steal by Kevin Smith
which resulted in a Mustang basket gave the Stangs a 24-19 lead at

Steve McCarthy and Evan McDole combined for ten points in the third
period as the Mustangs drew off to a 37-26 lead and the Mustangs
extended their lead thoughout the fourth period posting their 18th win
of the season, 63-41 over Holy Cross and will take an impressive 18-5
into post season play beginning Wednesday..

McCarthy recorded a career high 19 points to lead all scorers.  Brad
Seiter nailed three 3's enroute to a 14 point night and McDole tacked
on 11 for the Senior Night Stangs.  Scott Bibbins, who lit up the
Mustangs for 25 points a year ago in Latonia, put 17 points to serve as
the Indians only double figure scorer.
Box Score:  Mustangs JVs:  Kidney 0-0-3/4-3, Lloyd 0-0-1/3-1,
                 Franzen 1-2-0/0-8,  Lubbers 6-0-3/5-15,
                 Uebel 1-0-2/4-4, Cooper 4-0-9/11-17    
                 Totals:  12-2-18/27-48

                  Indian JVs  - Harper 1-1-0/0-5, Lantry 3-0-3/3-7,
                  Ryan 2/2-0/0-10,  Geewa 3-0-0/0-6,
                  Laible 0-4-0/1-12, Stievie 0-0-0/2-0,
                  Eifert 1-0-0/0-2      Totals:  10-7-3/6-44
Box Score:  Mustangs:  Kidney 0-0-1/2-1, Seiter 1-3-3/4-14,
              Schenk 1-0-0-/0-2,  McCarthy 5-2-3/4-19,
              Cooper 2-0-5/6-9, Smith 2-1-0/0-7,
              McDole 4-0-3/5-11     Totals:  15-6-15/20-63

              Indians:  Bibbins 4-0-9/10-17, Trame 0-1-0/0-3,
              Ryan 2-1-1/1-8,  Wessling 0-1-0/0-3, Laible 1-0-0/0-2,
              Mando 1-1-2/3-7, Knox 0-0-1/2-1     
              Totals:  8-4-13/15-41
Brossart Student Section Raises $558
For Grant's Wish Foundation On
Jayhawks Night