Brossart vs Holy Cross
Friday, September 25th
From Thomas More U
Game Time - 7pm
Air Time - 6:40pm
|Reporting Exclusively On Boys Basketball
And All "Now" Mustangs Happenings!
|Tributes To Persons Close To The
Program Who Have Passed Away
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|Check Out The "Mustangs Happenings" Page
|2020 - FOOTBALL/ BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE and 2020-21 All "A" Brackets
|BISHOP BROSSART HIGH SCHOOL
ALEXANDRIA, KENTUCKY USA
THIS WEBSITE ORIGINATED IN DECEMBER 2001 AND WAS CREATED AND IS MAINTAINED BY
STAFF ASSISTANT COACH DAVE SCHABELL WHO IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS CONTENTS
|Brossart H.S. Offering Video of Events From The MAC and our Gym Via NFHS
This year at both the Munninghoff Family Stadium at the MAC, and the Seither Center Gymnasium, you will
be able to watch the games online or through other streaming outlets. The games can be viewed on your
computer, phones, tablets, and streaming devices (AppleTV, FireTV and Roku). We have partnered with the
NFHS to make this happen.
This does come with a subscription fee. You may do a monthly ($10.99) or yearly ($69.99) subscription.
If you sign up through the link provided, BBHS does receive a small portion of that fee.
|Murphy's Law In Effect On The Field and at the Broadcast Table
In Ludlow, Friday Night, Mustangs Fall 54-33
Sophomore Mason Meyer Has A Coming Out Party -
One Pass Completion Touchdown and a Pick Six.
| Click on the IBN Live Audio icon at left to access the Brossart-Ludlow football
game broadcast replay. The First Half Quality is Poor, Second Half Good
IIIIf all fishing was like the fishing I did in Scotland, I'd quit fishing.
If the horse racing here in the states was like that in Ireland, I'd never go to the racetrack,
And, If every broadcast condition was like the one tonight in Ludlow, I'd quit broadcasting.
I knew I had an issue in enough time that I shut down what was to be the original broadcast, restarted
the entire procedure, and discovered that the same problem existed just prior to kickoff, when I was at
the point of no return and had to go with what we had, until I could get to halftime, break everything
down, start from scratch, chance some connections, and finally had a good broadcast.
On the field, things weren't going much better. Reminiscent of last year's Bellevue game, Ludlow
had us down 14-0 before the socially distanced fans were comfortable in their seats.
To our credit, our guys fought back scoring on a 63 yard drive, culminated by a 21 yard pass
completion from Jacob Leicht to the sophomore Mason Meyer for his first career touchdown reception.
The PAT attempt was wide right, and the first quarter ended with the home team on top 14-6.
In the second quarter, Brossart would strike again when Trevor Schadler scored on a five yard romp,
and Jacob Leicht ran unmolested into the endzone on the 2-Point conversion we were tied at 14s with
4:47 to play in the half. Ludlow answered to make it 22-14, and again we returned the favor on a 19 yard
pass play from Leicht to David Govan, closing the gap to 22-20 in favor of Ludlow with merely 15.2
seconds showing on the stadium clock before halftime. Then with six seconds to play in the half,
Ludlow quarterback Austin Daniels threw an incomplete pass, that the survey said, should have run out
the clock. However, it showed 1.4 left, enough time for the Panthers to strike on a long 57 yard run
touchdown by Braxton Newborn, and with the successful PAT, led 29-20 at halftime.
Again to our credit, our Mustangs rebounded. At the 8:56 mark in the third quarter, Trevor Schadler
carried the piggy 16 yards for a Brossart score, and less than two minutes later, Mason Meyer picked off
a Austin Daniels pass, and took it 54 yards to the house, giving the Mustangs a 33-29 advantage.
Ludlow owned the fourth quarter as big play after big play resulted in 25 unanswered points and the
Mustangs going down to the Panthers 54-33.
Ludlow Junior Braxton Newborn victimized us for six touchdowns, and Noah Hoffmeister added two.
David Govan blocked three Ludlow pass attempts. Mason Meyer scored two touchdowns for the
Mustangs - one on a pass completion from Jacob Leicht and the other a Pick Six interception of a
Austin Daniels pass.
The Mustangs move on to Thomas More University next Friday night for an encounter with the Holy
Cross (Covington) Indians, who we owe one from last year's opening night loss at the MAC.
|Highlands Bluebirds Snap Mustangs Four Game Win Streak,
Hand Our Guys a 3-1 Soccer Loss on Saturday Night at the MAC
NCC Breds Blank Lady SoccerStangs 4-0 Saturday
We will play a Froshmore Football Game Monday Night at 6pm at the MAC
Our Opponents Will Be The Pendleton County Wildcats
|Mustang Cross-Country Team Annexes Trimble County Backroads
Invitational Meet on Saturday Morning
|Jim Kelley, A Big Part of the Backbone of
Brossart High School, Has Passed Away
When I think back through the 90s and early 2000s, there is a short list of
people who stand out in my mind as the keepers, and the backbone, of Bishop
Brossart High School.
Jim, and Judy, Kelley are at the very top of that list. Jim, Judy, and Mary Ann
McGrath nearly single-handedly operated our long-running Bingo that provided
money for the general fund and for scholarships to needy students.
From the day that Jim Kelley walked into what was then the first Freshman
class of St. Mary High School, later named Bishop Brossart, Jim never left.
Be it working the bingo, a festival, or turkey raffle, Jim and Judy were always on
the front lines. Jim's no-nonsense, "Let's get to it" attitude served him well.
The Kelley kids grew up as Brossart kids and married other Brossart kids. Like all of us, Jim got old.
Judy passed away after they had lost their son, Jimmy, tragically. Jim could always be spotted in the first
or second row of the stands in the Brossart gym, supporting one of his grandkids. He was always proud
of their efforts and their accomplishments. They, and his twenty-four grandkids and eighteen great-
grandkids, will carry the Kelley torch and continue to include Brossart High School as a part of their
family. Once a Mustang - Always a Mustang. Jim Kelley was a good man who raised a wonderful family.
Visitation will be Monday, September 21, 2020 from 4:00 - 8:00 pm at Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral
Home, 427 S. Ft. Thomas Ave., Fort Thomas. Mass of Christian Burial will be Tuesday at 10:30 am at St.
Joseph Church, 4011 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring with Msgr. Gerald Reinersman, celebrant. Mass will be
Live Streaming on Jim Kelley's youtube channel. Burial St. Joseph Cemetery, Cold Spring, Kentucky. Due
to Covid-19, social distancing and masks are required. Special condolences and memories may be given
at www.dmefuneral.com. In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to Bishop Brossart High school in
Memory of Jim and Judy Kelley, 4 Grove Street, Alexandria, Kentucky 41001.
|Brossart vs Pendleton County - Freshmore Football
Monday, September 21st - 6pm - At the MAC
LIVE BROADCAST STARTING AT 5:45PM
| Click on the IBN Live Audio icon at left to access the live broadcast of the BB-PCo
Freshmore Football game and to listen to the broadcast replay.
I'm going to take this opportunity to make sure our equipment is operational following the Ludlow
experience on Friday night, and broadcast the Brossart - Pendleton County Freshman/Sophomore game
live from the MAC Monday night. Game time is 6pm. Live Broadcast at 5:45pm.