|McDole Sets Personal Single Game
Scoring High With 27 As Mustangs
Beat NKAC Opponent Newport 62-48
Janury 15, 2005
Evan McDole moved into tenth place among All-Time Brossart
career scorers, surpassing Melvin Steffen's 1081 Career
Scoring Mark by putting up a career high 27 points vs
Newport on Homecoming Night, leading the Mustangs to a
62-48 NKAC Conference win. Evan's career total now stands
at 1097, with Evan's next targets being Justin Seiter's 1124,
Chris Ryan's 1127, and Nick Moher's 1130 point scoring
The Mustangs had on their track shoes in the first half
Saturday night and those who have wished to see the
Mustangs push the ball, certainly got their money's worth as
the Mustangs runned, gunned, and had fun to a 29-22 halftime
lead. The third quarter produced the perfect blend of transition
and half-court execution, in what Coach Mike Code called our
"best quarter of the season," beating the Cats 17-10 to open a
46-32 lead which would soon become a 50-32 lead after which
we would cruise to our ninth win of the season against two
defeats and will now focus on preparing for the Pendleton
County Wildcats in Falmouth on Tuesday night.
Box Score: Mustangs: Seiter 1-0-2/5-4, Reilly, 0-0-1/2-1,
Anderson 1-0-0/0-2, Schenk 0-0-2/3-2,
McCarthy 2-1-1/1-8, Cooper 3-0-5/7-11
Smith 3-0-1/4-7, McDole 12-0-3/5-27
|JVs Claim Newport As Victim
Number Thirteen - Beat Cats 45-28
The JVs found the 2-5 JV Wildcats a tenacious bunch who made them earn their thirteenth straight ball on the wall by a 45-28
margain. It wasn't until Jimmy Uebel delivered on a three-point goal with the Cats in front 14-13 that the Mustangs would get the
lead for good and draw off to the victory. Uebel ended up with three threes on the night, scoring all of his ten points in the first
half. Troy Cooper put up points in each of the first three periods to lead all scorers with 13 points on the night. Josh Kidney
added seven. The Mustangs outscored the Cats 11-2 in the third quarter, opening up a 37-20 to assure the victory.
Box Score: Mustangs: Kidney 2-0-3/5-7, Lloyd 1-0-0/0-2, Rebholz 1-0-0/1-2, Niemeyer 2-0-0/2-4, Lubbers 2-0-0/0-4,
Kramer 0-0-0/2-0, Uebel 0-3-1/2-10, Mutsch 1-0-1/2-3, Cooper 5-0-3/4-13
Cats: Tolson 1-1-0/0-5, Jones 1-0-0/0-2, Smith 1-0-0/0-2, Taylor 0-0-0/2-0,
Sizemore 0-0-1/2-1, Thompson 2-0-0/2-4, McIntosh 2-1-4/5-11, Hisle 0-1-0/0-3
|Freshmen Mustangs Fall To Scott County And
Are Nipped By Corbin In Lexington Catholic
One year ago the Brossart Freshmen Mustangs traveled South on I-75 and were a contender in the Dave Tramontin Lexington
Catholic Invitational Freshmen Tournament. In the opening round they served notice that they were the "real deal" by sending the
host Lexington Catholic Knights to the losers bracket and home to an early lunch by shocking the home team 43-30 and
establishing themselves as one of the very top freshmen teams in the state. The 2003-04 Mustangs waltzed through the
quarterfinal and semi-final rounds breezing past Garrard County 55-18 and Frankfort Western Hills 60-26, before facing Scott
County in the finals. In that game, the Mustangs rallied from twenty back in the fourth quarter and actually took the lead inside
the minute, but it was the Cardinals who had the ball last and put a nose in front 50-49 at the buzzer to claim the tournament title
by a single point, tagging our Freshmen Mustangs with one of only two losses that they would sustain on the season, while
hanging twenty-four balls on the locker-room wall.
Serving as the defending tournament runner-up it was no surprise when the Mustangs were pitted in the opening round with
those same Scott County Cardinals and far removed from an encounter with the homestanding Knights. However, that was then
and this is now as the Mustangs returned to Lexington with less weapons in their arsenal than made the trek last season and were
dealt a 61-33 setback by perhaps the top freshman team in the state. Our Mustangs were gallant in the first period, hanging with
the Cards 13-9, before yeielding to the relentless pressure of the major-leaguers in the opening game.
Adam Clark proved his mettle against the big-school Cardinals leading the Mustangs with 10 points in the event and Greg Stortz
added 7 despite playing with a broken nose and wearing a protective face-guard.
In the consolation bracket game the Mustangs took on the Corbin Redhounds and found the competition more to their liking.
Our guys led 12-7 after a period and 19-15 at the half, widening their lead out to 34-21 after the third period before Corbin's 6'5"
Crawford took over the game, scoring fourteen points in the final period, leading his team to a one-point win at the wire 39-38,
the only lead they enjoy for four seconds out of the entire twenty-four minute contest, but they were the four seconds that
counted and the Mustangs were deprived the LexCath Tourney victory.
In the contest, again it was Adam Clark who paved the way for the Stangs with 12 ponts, followed by Zach Boesch with 6, and
Ryan Neltner and Greg Stortz with 5 each. The Mustangs will seek salvation against the Pendleton County Wildcats in Falmouth
Scott County Game Boxscore: Ridder 1-0-1/2-3, Ruberg 0-1-2/3-5, Neltner 0-0-0/1-0, Hertzenberg 0-0-0/1-0,
Boesch 2-0-1/3-5, Clark 4-0-2/3-10, Beckerich 0-0-0/3-0, Bleha 0-0-2/2-2, Stortz 2-0-3/3-7
Corbin Game Boxscore: Ridder 2-0-0/0-4, Neltner 2-0-1/2-5, Boesch 3-0-0/1-6, Clark 4-0-4/4-12,
Beckerich 1-0-0/0-2, Bleha 2-0-0/0-4, Stortz 2-0-1/2-5