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Photos Courtesy Of  Tim Cooper
Oftentimes overhyped games fail to live up to their
billing.  Such was not the case in the 2004-05 rendition
of the Brossart - NCC rivalry on Saturday night in the
SyCenter, which sold out at about the same time that
the jump-ball was launched to tip-off the JV game.

Both schools sported sizable, vocal, student sections
and Hegenauer Hall was opened to accomodate the
overflow crowd as the games were piped in on big
screen TV.  

The Brossart Mustangs Varsity came into the game
riding a three year win streak over the Thoroughbreds
and our seniors were on a mission to complete their
four-year sweep in this matchup of the two top
defensive teams in the State.

The Mustangs were in command from the time the ball
went up until the final horn blew.

Evan McDole established himself as the dominant
player in this game, scoring twelve points in the first
quarter, allowing the Mustangs to take a 15-7 lead after
a quarter and we never looked back.

Five different Mustangs contributed to the Mustangs
extending their lead to 25-15 at halftime and things
would get no better in the second half as Jason Cooper
stepped up, putting ten points on the board carrying his
team to a 57-39 win.

The Mustangs were led by McDole with 18 points and
Jason Cooper with 15.  McDole surpassed Chris Ryan
on the all-time scorers list when he scored his sixth
point (1228), placing him fifth among career Mustang

The Mustangs improved to 16-5 on the season, the
Breds fall to 18-8.

With the win over NCC, the Mustangs clinch the NKAC
Division II Conference Title for the first time since
joining Division II back in 1997 and will place their
picture on the hallway wall, with the previous Mustang
conference champions.
Previous to joining Division II, the Mustangs had won
SIX consecutive Division III titles.

Box Score:  Mustangs:  Kidney 0-0-1/2-1,
                 Seiter 1-0-1/3-3, Reilly 0-1-0/0-3,
                 Anderson 0-2-0/0-4, Schenk 1-0-0/0-2,
                 McCarthy 2-0-1/3-5,  Uebel 1-0-0/0-2,
                 Cooper 5-1-2/4-15, Smith 2-0-0/0-4,
                 McDole 8-0-2/2-18
                 Totals:  22-2-7/15-57

                 Breds:  Bueter 2-0-4/6-8,
                 Krebs 3-1-4/5-13, Hilner 0-1-0/0-3,
                 Gesenhues 1-0-1/2-3, Shiels 2-0-1/2-5,
                 Gerding 0-1-2/2-5, Kiernan 1-0/0-0-2
                 Totals:  9-3-12/19-39
JVs Run Their Unbeaten
Streak To 21 - Capture the
NKAC Divsion II
Mustangs Dominate NCC
Capture NKAC Division II Crown
McDole Moves Into Fifth Place In All-Time Scoring
February 19, 2005
The beat goes on for the JVs, as they posted their 21st
consecutive win of the season, coming from behind to
defeat the Breds 42-26.

NewCath, behind five points from George Stoll led the
Mustang JVs 7-4 after the first period, before the
Mustangs ignited for a fourteen point second quarter to
take a 18-13 lead to the locker-room at halftime, from
where they would extend their lead to 27-20 after three
quarters and blow out the Breds 15-4 in the fourth
quarter to post the 42-26 win over NCC.

The Mustangs put eight players in the scoring column
led by Jimmy Uebel's ten points who led all scorers for
the contest.

With the win over NCC, the JV Mustangs also claim
the NKAC Division II Title.

The Mustang JVs will face one of their toughest
challenges to date as they will travel to Park Hills to
take on the 9th Region Champion, Covington Catholic
Colonels on Tuesday night.

Box Score:  Mustangs:  Kidney 0-0-4/6-4,
                 Lloyd 0-0-2/4-2, Rebholz 0-1-0/0-3,
                 Rebholz 1-0-0/0-3,  Franzen 0-1-1/2-4,
                 Lubbers 3-0-2/3-8, Kramer 0-0-0/2-0,
                 Uebel 2-1-3/8-10, Mutsch 1-0-1/2-3,
                 Cooper 3-0-2/4-8
                 Totals:  9-3-15/31-42

                  Breds:  Hasson 0-0-3/4-3,
                  Sandfoss 0-0-1/2-1,
                  Libscomb 1-0-0/0-2, Koehl 1-0-0/0-2,
                  Huseman 0-0-2/4-2, Stoll 1-2-0/0-8,
                  Geisler 0-0-2/2-2, Kiernan 2-0-0/0-4,
                  Totals:  6-2-8/15-26                  
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