Monday, March 8th
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|Mustangs Top Off Senior Day Festivities With A
68-64, Come From Behind Win
Carson Schirmer Tops Mustangs With 27 Points, Robbie Verst Nets 14, David Govan 12,
and Mason Sepate 10. Henry County's Trevor Hardin Leads All Scorers WIth 32
JVs Eclipse .500 With 50-40 Win Over Wildcats
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Saturday's come from behind win conjures up thoughts of last year's
Mustangs who often trailed early, but always finished well late to win
ballgames. In this Saturday matinee varsity event, Henry County Senior
Trevor Hardin threatened to send those who attended primarily for the
Senior festivities, to the exits early, as he unleashed a 17 point volley
across our bow in the first quarter, leading to a 20-8 Mustangs deficit.
The lid came off for the Mustangs in the second stanza, as we
manufactured 20 points, cutting into the Wildcats' advantage at a more
manageable 33-28 halftime shortfall. In that period, Mason Sepate
ignited the Mustangs assault by dropping 8 points on the Cats, and
Carson Schirmer laced up his track shoes and completed a 14 point
half. Robbie Verst, wearing his brother Stephen's Number 2 jersey for
senior night, also contributed 4 points. The Henry County blue-chipper
was limited to 4 points in the second quarter, showing that it could be
Our guys continued to claw and scrape away at the Henry County
lead, finally poking a nose in front at 42-41 on a Carson Schirmer
field-goal, but the Wildcats would not go away, re-taking a 52-50 lead
with eight minutes to play in the game.
A pair of technicals would factor largely in the final period, where we as a team would knock down 12
freebies, with Carson Schirmer accounting for six of them. We would lead by as many as seven at 64-57
at the 2:26 mark in the final frame. A few untimely turnovers late would keep the boys from New Castle's
hopes alive, but the Mustangs prevailed 68-64 to post our twelfth win of the season against nine losses.
Trevor Hardin, who was coming off of a 44 point outing against Walton-Verona scored his 2.000th Point at
the 4:36 mark of the first quarter. In our game he led all scorers with 32 points that included a trio of
Tomahawk slam-dunks, while co-big man, Sam Royalty added 13. Carson Schirmer led the Mustangs
with 27 points on 14 of 17 free-throw shooting, advancing him past Justin Seiter, Nick Moher, and Alex
Trentman into 12th place on the all-time scoring leader board here at Brossart High School. He will now
take aim at Kevin Steffen's mark of 1,157. I make note of that since Kevin has a son, Lucas, presently
playing in our program. Schirmer received help from Robbie Verst with 14, David Govan with 12, and
Mason Sepate's 10.
The Mustangs will host Calvary Christian in a single game varsity event Monday night at 7:30pm. This
is a district seeding event which will determine the brackets for the upcoming 37th District Tournament to
be conducted the week of March 15th.
Mustangs Clear the .500 Hurdle, Beat the Wildcats 50-40
The Mustang JV team improved their season record to 9-8 Saturday afternoon, defeating the visiting
Henry County Wildcats 50-40 in a game that actually wasn't that close. Anthony Kruse set the tone early
by nailing a trio of 3-pointers, and Sam Willike a pair of them in the first half where the Mustangs led 33-15.
A total of nine Mustangs put numbers on the scoreboard, led by Evan Orth with 13, Kruse's 9 was second
best and Logan Woosley added 7.
|Mustangs Finish Out 37th District Seeding Play Monday Night
In Single Varsity Game Versus Calvary Christian at 7:30pm In Alexandria
Will Play Campbell County With a Win, Or Scott With A Loss To The Cougars
Live Broadcast Beginning at 7:15pm
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BB-Calvary varsity game and to listen to the broadcast replay
Our "Makeshift Mustangs", winners of six of last seven games, host Calvary Christian in a district
seeding game which will finalize the brackets for the 37th District Tournament which commences on
Monday at the site of the highest seed. Live broadcast beginning at 7:15pm