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Tuesday, Feb. 19th
Boys vs Campbell Co
Live From CCMS
37th District Tournament
Game Time - 6:00pm
Air Time - 5:40pm
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|2018-19 37th DISTRICT TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
|Mustangs Too Much, and Too Many, As We Advance To
Tuesday Night 37th District Semis Vs Campbell Co
On Merits of 69-25 Win Over Silver Grove
J.D. Schumacher (17), Ethan Eilerman (14) and Carson Schirmer (12)
Put Up Double-Figures - Senior Jacob Steffen Scores Career High 11
Silver Grove's Spencer Macke Nets 23 of His Team's 25, Goes 12/14 From Line
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Player of the Week - Ethan scored 34 Points vs Mason County
The Brossart Mustangs flexed their offensive muscle early and often in the 37th District Quarter-Finals
qualifier, opening up a 28-8 first quarter lead and improved their margin from there.
Early on the Mustangs led 6-4 with both Mike Jones and Spencer Macke scoring baskets. From that point
on Macke would be the only Big Train who would score. Macke led his team with 23 points on the night to
lead all scorers.
Our Mustangs employed the scoring prowess of J.D. Schumacher (11), Ethan Eilerman (7), and Carson
Schirmer (7) to forge the 20 point first quarter advantage, and all three would finish the contest with
double-figures. They would be joined in the double-figure scoring ranks by Senior Jacob Steffen who
came from off the bench to knock down back-to-back 3-pointers and put a career-high 11 points on the
scoreboard. Tyler MacDonald added 8 blue-collar tallies.
The Mustangs had eight scorers put numbers in the scorebook.
With the win the Mustangs improve to 19-10 on the season. Number 20 would indeed be memorable, as
we take on Campbell County in the 37th District One-Done Semi-Finals round contest tonight (Tuesday) at
6pm at the Middle School. A win would not only give the Mustangs 20 wins, but would punch our ticket to
the district finals, and next week's 10th Region Tournament at the Mason County Fieldhouse,where the
Mustangs were relentless last Wednesday night, defeating the home-standing Royals 75-47.
With the Silver Grove merger with Campbell County Schools appearing imminent, this was probably the
final game ever to be played by the Silver Grove Big Trains.
Listen in as Grady Brown and I reminisce about the history of Silver Grove at the 1:02:20 mark of the MP3
|Mustangs Will Need Yet Another Major Effort To Topple
Campbell County in 37th District Semis Tonight at 6pm
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BB-CAMELS 37th Dsitrict Semi-Finals and to access the broadcast replay.
The State of Kentucky can be a cruel play-caller. The very largest schools play the smallest, and
geographical locations dictate those matchups, moreso than win-loss records, season accomplishments,
nor a goal to gather all of the region's best teams together under a single umbrella to determine a regional
champion. Nowhere is that format more impactful than here in the 37th District, where three of the top five
teams in the 10th Region reside.
Those are the rules under which we play, and as such, in a one-and-done District Semi-Finals format, the
top-ranked Campbell County Camels and the fifth-ranked Brossart Mustangs will battle head-to-head with
a berth in next week's 10th Region Tournament at the Mason County Fieldhouse, on the line.
The Camels defeated our Mustangs 60-37 back on January 5th at this same venue. We feel that we are
much better today than those 37 points put up over a month ago. The question is, Will it be enough???
Mason County, Bellevue and Silver Grove say maybe. Tall order! The Camels haven't lost since January
18th at Walton, and only once in all of 2019. The question will be answered tonight at 6pm at the Campbell
County Middle School, where 32 minutes of district semi-finals action will produce the winner.
The second semi-finals game will pit third-ranked Scott vs Calvary Christian at 7:45pm.