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2012 - 2016
Ethan Eilerman
8th Grade
King of the Hill
6th Grade
Hot Shot
5th Grade
King of the Hill
9th Grade
Free Throw
3rd Grade
Free Throw
6th Grade
Hot Shot
This is the first of three segments
Today We Will Recognize Our Summer Youth Camp
* Third Team *
THE SERIES WILL RESUME ON MONDAY FOLLOWING A SPECIAL FEATURE ON FRIDAY
2009 - 2015
J.D. Schumacher
  Ethan Eilerman earned four Camp Champ event awards from 2012 through 2016.
He went on to play basketball for the Brossart Mustangs where he scored double-figures in each
game played during his Freshman Team season.  He went on to score 1338 varsity points during
his high school basketball career.  This past season he was named both 10th Region - All-Region
First Team and NKBBCA All-Stars - First Team.  Ethan is weighing college offers.
8th Grade
King of the Hill
7th Grade
King of the Hill
8th Grae
Hot Shot
  J.D. Schumacher was a regular camper throughout his grade school basketball career.
He too went on to play four years of varsity basketball at Brossart High School,
amassing 905 career points.   He passed up college basketball offers to attend law
school at the University of Kentucky.
2009 - 2015
J.D. Schumacher
2012 - 2019
Austin Schadler
2017 - 2018
David Govan
      Football/Basketball Mustang, Dave Govan, who will be a junior this coming season,
demonstrated his athletic prowess by winning the Camp Champ Triple Crown (F.T.,
Hot Shot, and King of the Hill) in his final Summer Camp.  Govan looks to become a
bona fide stud roundballer in 2020-2021 and will loom large in contributing to replace
1,000 Points Club member, Ethan Eilerman.
9th Grade
Free Throw
9th Grade
Hot Shot
9th Grade
King of the Hill
2013 - 2019
Brandon Bezold
3rd Grade
Free Throw
5th Grade
Hot Shot
4th Grade
Hot Shot
3rd Grade
Hot Shot
   Brandon Bezold has been no stranger to the Brossart gym throughout his grade
school career.  Bez was a member of Curtis Bezold's back-to-back Diocesan Champion -
Sts. Peter and Paul Cardinals.   He has completed his Freshman Basketball season,
where he served as the team's point guard.  He will serve as understudy to Stephen
Verst and Carson Schirmer with this season's Varsity Mustangs.
2nd Grade
Austin Schadler
8th Grade
Hot Shot
9th Grade
Hot Shot
   Austin Schadler is another basketball/football Mustang who has attended Brossart
Summer Youth Basketball camps all of his grade school years.  He too was a member of
Curt Bezold's back-to-back Sts. Peter and Paul Diocesan Champs.
  Here at camp, Austin was a Hot Shot competition specialist, winning the event title in
four of his seven years competing for it.  
  Schadler was a member of our Freshman Mustangs team last season, but
unfortunately sustained a serious knee injury early in the seaon, which sidelined him.
   This series featuring our Camp Elite Performing Campers since 2004
will continue on Monday recognizing campers who have amassed five,
six, and seven camp champ awards.  
7th Grade
Free Throw
Nathan Seiter, Our Boys Basketball Program's Favorite
Son and Career Leading Scorer
Would Have Turned 40 Friday the 3rd
   It is unfathomable to me
that Nathan Seiter would be
40 years old.


 He graduated from
Brossart High School in
1998 after setting a myriad
of basketball and baseball
records, that included our
boys basketball program's
career leading scorer.


  His team won a school
record 28 games his senior
season, which ended in the
10th Region Tournament

finals.
 
 Nate is a legend.  He died
when he was 24 years old,
keeping him forever young
in our memories.  
Nate was forced to sit out the majority of his junior season
after breaking his ankle on Green-White night, and it was
probably the toughest period in his life.  He was like a
caged Tiger, being unable to play, yet still managed 1,779
career points.  He and his brother Justin combined for
3,076 points.  Both are members of the 10th Region Hall of
Fame and are the only players in our basketball program's
history to have their numbers retired.
 Younger brother
Brad played and contributed to the Mustangs varsity effort
from 2002 to 2006.


Nate would not have taken turning 40 well.  I'm sure he
would still actively be playing softball,
basketball, and
fishing bass tournaments all over the country.  He was
contemplating marriage at the time of his death, and by
now we
'd have a bunch of little Nathans occupying our
gym, with the oldest playing Brossart high school
basketball.  

One of my
major regrets is that our present day players
didn't know him, nor get to see him play.  He was truly
incredible, and was the most confident (he and Jimmy
Uebel) and competitive person that I
've ever known.  
Unfortunately Tim Cooper wasn't taking pictures back
then, and we have very few photos and little video of his
playing days.

Nate went on to play college basketball at NKU, and
scored 17 in his college debut at Kentucky State
University.
Living in Cold Spring at the tme, I spent more time with Nate than most.  He spent more time in my easy
chair than I did, watching SportsCenter over and over again, with a bag of chips and a Mountain Dew by his
side.

My phone would often ring, and the voice on the other end would ask, “Schabs, Do you want to go
fishing?”  I owned a boat and Nate didn’t, so the interpretation was actually
,  “Schabs, Will you take Me ‘n
Shelton fishing???”  And off we’d go.

Different places have different associations for different people.  The Mason County Fieldhouse is one of
my Nathan Seiter places.  This was back before our broadcasting days, and I loved to sit on the edge of the
stage
and watch our guys play.  Marty Wallingford was the P.A. announcer then, and he literally sang out,
"Thareeee For Nathuun Seiter", and Nate presented him with many opportunities to repeat it.  Nate once hit
10 three-pointers in a single game.

Nate was
always competitive.  If he and Justin were opponents at Open Gym, a war would break out.    
Whether it was in the gym at Open Gym, or on the
lake relaxing after dinner, Nate always kept score.  
Actually, it was me relaxing and Nate working hard to catch as many
bass as quickly as he could.  One
such evening in Canada we were fishing for smallies.  Nate was slaying them on tubes, while I was content
to catch a few on Yam
amoto Grubs.  Suddenly, Nate looked at me, and said, “Schabs, use a tube – It’s 9-3.”  
To which I answered, “Nate, I didn’t know we were keeping score.”  But with Nate you always kept score.  
At the end of the night, I’d hear Nate heading towards my cabin.  Bang, Bang on the door and Nate was in
my kitchen, asking, “How’d you do today???”  I’d look at Nathan and proudly proclaim that we’d had a good
day and caught about 25.  Nate would stare back, grin, and say, “25???
"   “Sheeit, Me n’ Shelton, We caught
50.”  Nate was always the winner.


Over the years following his playing days, Nate picked up a few L.Bs which earned him the nickname, Tuber,
but it certainly didn't slow him down.  Miles were never a deterrent.  He worked at DHL at all hours of the day
and night, was rehabbing a home, and about to be engaged to his girlfriend Kim, who would have been
Nate's ideal lifetime soul mate.  She understood him.

Nate has been gone for sixteen years now, but those of us who knew him will never forget him.  I can still
hear his voice in my head, which surfaces with regularity.  Nate was rather opinionated, and he always
demanded excellence and effort from our players.  He would have liked our present day Mustangs,  because
they work hard, and always competed to the best of their abilities.  

He and Adam Reed would have sat next to each other at Brossart-Bracken County games.  They were both
standouts on their respective teams during their playing days.  Adam, who is now the head coach at
Bracken County, has two boys, which would be the same age as Nate's, and the two could have relived their
individual battles on the hardwood through their sons.

I'm sure that Nate and I would still be friends, and he would still be telling me that I'm "out of control."

Gone, but certainly not forgotten!!!  We conducted ten Nathan Seiter Memorial Golf Outings and all ten sold
out with 288 golfers in attendance at each.  His funeral visitation was held here in our gym, and was said to
be the largest ever held in Northern Kentucky.

While Nate would now be 40, I think I will choose to continue to remember him as the vibrant 24 year old
that I once knew.  
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