JV Mustangs Threepeat As
MCIT Champions
Beat Harrison County 53-28  and Mason County 44-41
In Championship Game - Improve To 10-0

January 8, 2004
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Mustangs Dispatch 4-1 Harrison County 53-28
In Opening Round Of 2005 JV MCIT
All Eleven Mustangs Put Points on the Board In Team Effort Win
The Brossart Mustang JVs arrived at the Mason Fieldhouse on Saturday morning with Threepeat
on their minds.  Their opening round opponent were the highly regarded Harrison County
Thorobreds who came into the contest with a respectable 4-1 record.
The Mustangs were still recovering from an intense two hour varsity practice from the evening
before but showed now ill-effects as they put on another execution clinic pushing out to a 8-5
lead after a quarter and had the game safely salted away 27-12 by halftime.  The Mustangs
would open a 41-18 lead after three periods before cruising through the fourth quarter, winning
the contest easily 53-28.
All eleven Mustangs made it into the scoring column, with no Mustang hitting double figures,
which demonsrates the offensive potency of this entire ballteam.  Josh Kidney, Nathan Mutsch,
and Troy Cooper each contributed 9 points as the Mustangs posted their ninth consecutive
victory against no losses, earning a berth in the finals where they would meet the host Mason
County Royals following the Harrison County-Montgomery County consolation game.

Box Score:  Kidney 2-1-2/2-9, Lloyd 0-0-2/4-2, Rebholz 2-0-0/0-4,
                 Franzen 1-0-0/0-2, Niemeyer 0-1-0/0-3, Lubbers 3-0-0/0-6,
                 Kramer 1-0-0/0-2, Uebel 0-0-2/2-2, Mutsch 4-0-1/2-9,
                 Clark 2-0-1/2-5, Cooper 4-0-1/2-9  
                 Totals:   19-2-9/14-53
Mustangs Hold Off Game
Mason County Royals JV Squad
44-41
In Game Reminscent Of The
2004 Freshmen Regional Finals
The championship game of the JV MCIT featured two high
quality basketball teams, with both squads playing intense
defense.  The Mustangs threatened to blow the game open
several times, but to their credit, the Royals fought back
gamely seveal times are cut a Mustang eleven point lead to
three points in the final two minutes of the contest.
Brossart pushed out to a 10-6 first quarter lead and
maintained a 19-14 advantage at halftime.  The Mustangs hit
seven free-throws in the third period to hold the Royals at
bay 33-29 before seeing the Royals close to 33-32 before the
Mustangs went on a run, opening up an eleven point lead
before going 1 of 9 from the free-throw line, allowing the
Royals to make a game of it 44-41.

Box Score:  Mustangs:  Kidney 2-0-0/2-4, Lloyd 0-0-0/5-0,
                 Franzen 0-1-6/8-11, Lubbers 2-0-1/6-5
                 Kramer 0-0-4/6-4, Uebel 1-0-2/4-4,
                 Mutsch 3-0-2/2-8, Cooper 4-0-3/6-11
                 Totals:  12-1-18/37-45

                 Royals:  Scott 3-0-2/2-8, Setty 1-1-0/0-5,
                 Washington 2-0-0/0-4, Pawsat 1-0-2/2-4,
                 Browning 2-0-1/1-5, Middleton 2-1-0/0-7,
                 Conley 1-0-2/2-4, Stahl 2-0-2/2-4
                 Totals:  13-2-9/9-41