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Friday, March 7th
10th Region Tournament
Mustangs vs Montgomery
Starting at 5:45pm
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|10th Region at Mason Co Fieldhouse|
6:00pm Campbell Co 78, Bracken Co 34
7:30pm Harrison Co 53, Clark Co 50
Semis and Finals - Monday/Tuesday
6:00pm Montgomery Co vs Brossart
7:30pm Augusta vs Robertson Co
4:00pm Montgomery Co vs Scott
5:30pm Mason County vs Clark County
Finals - Sun at 3pm
12Noon CovCath vs NewCath
1:30pm Friday Winners
6:30pm Dixie Hts vs Conner
8:00pm Holmes vs Highlands
6:00pm Highlands vs Notre Dame
7:30pm Holy Cross vs NCC
|9th Region At BOKC|
|Brossart Sports Hall of Fame Induction and Dinner
Saturday, March 29th
|Mitch Orth Benefit - Fourth and Final
Saturday, March 22nd
|Mitch Orth Scholorships Application|
| 8pm to 1am - St. Joseph Memorial Hall - Live Music, food and drinks
Tickets are $40 each - Click on either Mitch pic for more info or Tickets
This is the fourth and final Mitch Madness Event
|The 3rd annual BBHS Athletic Hall of Fame banquet will be held Saturday, MARCH 29th in the Seither Sports Center. The honorees include: Hall of Fame inductees Brian Ficker ’75, Scott McGrath ’91, Margaret Plattner ’78, Lisa Geiman Resing ’95, Tom Saelinger ’85, and Debbie Scheibly ’89.
Tom Holtz ’65 will receive the Tom Seither Community Service Award and the 1997 Girls State Champion Track Team will be honored as the BBHS Team of Distinction.
Social hour begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner and banquet at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $25.00 per person and includes dinner and drinks. For reservations contact Ann Greely at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-448-9434.
|The Mitch Orth Scholarship Fund awards five, $1,000 scholarships annually to INCOMING FRESHMEN or PRESENT BROSSART students (Grades 9-11). Financial need is the primary consideration. Submit by March 22.|
|Not a Happy Night For Our Lady Mustangs!
Have Rug Pulled Out From Under Them 42-27 By Homestanding Mason County,
End Season 22-7 And Careers of Five Quality Seniors
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|27-2 Montgomery County and Our 23-4 Mustangs
Clash In 10th Region Lower Bracket Opening Round Bout
Mustangs/MoCo at 6pm in the Mason Co Fieldhouse, Augusta/Robertson Co to Follow
LIVE BROADCAST STARTING AT 5:45PM
| District winners are expected to prevail over district losers, or so goes the logic. However, in the first three opening round games of the 10th Region Girls Tournament, it has been the teams who were defeated in their district finals who have advanced. The Lady Stangs knew that they had a tough challenge ahead, cooling off the red hot Lady Royals who had won 12 of their previous 14 games, but had been defeated by 17 points last week by Bracken County.
Things did not start out well for our gals, as they committed six early game turnovers, while the Lady Royals were building a 12-2 lead and confidence. The run would extend to 14-2 when the Stangs seemed to come untracked and unleased a 11-4 run of our own, cutting the Royals lead to 18-13 at the half. A 3-ball by Morgan Verst cut the Mason County lead to two and the general feeling was that the ship had been righted and that we would prevail. However, the Lady Stangs would only manufacture five points in the quarter as the Royals re-established a 25-18 lead, and the Brossart girls never recovered. Their season comes to an end at 22-7, and along with it the high school careers of five quality seniors.
|Congratulations to Sarah Futscher who has received an invitation to try out for the Kentucky Senior All-Stars|
|Brossart senior Sarah Futscher is one of forty senior girls from throughout the Commonwealth and only one of three (Kiernan-NCC and Abby Owings-SK) from Northern Kentucky to receive this prestigious honor. Futscher tried out for the Junior All-Stars a year ago.
What is somewhat perplexing is that Mustang Senior Alex Trentman, who accepted the invitation a year ago to try out for the Junior All-Stars, did not receive an invitation to the Senior All-Stars this year. Trentman is having a banner season, averaging just under 20 points per game, and has recorded double-figures in each of the games played this season. Those boys invited from NoKy are Quinton Chames-Holmes, Brandon Hatton-Dixie Hts, Nick Ruthsatz-CovCath, and Jake Schulte-NCC. Brent Bach-Augusta and Shawn Johnson-Mason Co also received invites.
|Click on the IBN Live Audio icon at left to access the live broadcast of the BB-MoCo 10th Region Tournament game and the broadcast replay|
| As they say, "The hay is in the barn." All preparations, hype, anticipation, analysis and speculation has been completed and it's time to play the game. Brossart and Montgomery County, two of the top teams in the region with a combined record of 50-6 will square off Friday night at 6pm in the Mason County Fieldhouse. The Mustangs lost to the defending 10th Region Champs a year ago 69-53. Our Mustangs are looking to bounce back from a dismal 49-44 outing against Campbell County in the 37th District finals a week ago, while MoCo is looking to remain unbeaten against 10th Region opponents. They dodged a Clark County bullet a week ago, hitting a Erik Riegeresque 3 pointer at the buzzer to win the 40th district championship. Live broadcast starting at 5:45pm. Augusta and Robertson County will follow to complete the first round lower bracket action.
In last night's upper bracket action, Campbell County throttled Bracken County 78-34, while Harrison Co eliminated Clark 53-50. The semi-finals are scheduled for a single session on Monday night at 6pm and 7:30pm.