Brossart's own
Art Gallery Curator,
Mike Enzweiler,
Gets His Own Exhibit
From July 6th-28th
On Weekends From
Noon to 4pm
In Augusta

Include a stop at the
Beehive Tavern, a stroll
down Riverside Drive,
and make an afternoon
of it in the historic
River City
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Mike Enzweiler will be hosting an
exhibit of works by
Michael Altman
August 11-September 1
in the BBHS Art Gallery.

He will be our first non-alumni
artist.  Our students will love the
show.
Boys Basketball Upcoming Open Gyms
Upcoming Boys Basketball Open Gyms will be on Friday, July 19th at 10am
There will also be an Open Gym
s on Mon. July 22nd and Weds, July 24th at 7pm
The Way We Were - The '07 Legends  -  Part 5
  The '07 Mustangs
provided me, and our fans
with yet another memorable
accomplishment, going in to
Park Hills, to take on
top-ranked Covington
Catholic on their senior
night, and for the second
time in three years, knocked
the Colonels off of the top
spot 63-56, returning to
Alexandria as the Number
One ranked team in all of
Northern Kentucky.
  It was the final regular
season game for both
teams, and Toga Night at
CovCath.
  The Mustangs stole the
show, as Jimmy Uebel
exploded for 28 points, and
Troy Cooper 19, including
the 1,000th varsity point of
his high school career.  No
small feat, seeing how he
didn't become a varsity
starter until his Junior year.
  The Mustangs finished
regular season play with a  
25-4 record.
  After winning the 37th District championship, and following an opening round regional tournament blitz of
Deming, the Mustangs had the misfortune to be matched up with the future State Champion Mason County
Royals (08) and their blue-chipper - UK bound, Darius Miller.  The Mustangs unleashed a 28 point fourth
quarter to close to within 63-57 of the Royals as time expired.  Troy Cooper scored 24 points and pulled down
12 rebounds, while Josh Kidney spearheaded the late-game rally with 19.   Jimmy Uebel was strapped with
foul trouble throughout.  Cooper finished his career with 1077 points and went on to join the University of
Cincinnati Track team where set several school records.  Nate Mutsch, who was named to the 37th District
All-Tournament Team  pitched Division I baseball for Xavier for four years.  Jimmy Uebel went on to graduate
from Medical School and has become a doctor.  Josh Kidney will always be remembered as one of the many
fine guards to pass through this program.  Bryan Niemeyer's name will always be synonymous with our "A"
State Championship, and Kyle Kramer, Luke Rebholz and Matt Lloyd will remembered as contributing
catalysts for the co-winningest (28-5) team to ever wear Mustang green.
  Mary Schneider is right, these were indeed exciting times.   We've had a lot of them.  The '98s under
Coach Willie Schlarman were truly amazing featuring Curt Bezold, Nick Moher, Chris Hagedorn, and Justin
and Nathan Seiter.  The 2000s will always be remembered for winning the 10th Region Championship, taking
us to Rupp for our lone Sweet Sixteen appearance, where we made the most of it by defeating 27-3 Graves
County, and the 2005 team ranks right up there with the best of them, albeit somewhat star-crossed and
maybe a little snake bit.  Kevin Smith went on to play Division II basketball for the University of Hawaii-Pacific,
and Evan McDole and Ryan Anderson went on to play four years of college baseball.  McDole is a member of
our 1,000 Points Club (1273).  Of course the 13s and 14s posted 26 and 23 wins respectively, seeing players
such as Justin Saunders and Alex Trentman join Jacob Rieger (07-10) in the 1,000 points club.  Trentman and
Drew Burns went on to play college basketball, Saunders chose not to.
   It doesn't hurt to visit the past on occasion.  We have a lot of great basketball history to celebrate, and more
to come in the future.  I hope you've enjoyed this visit with the '07s - Legends!  Thanks, Mary!!!
Relive the '07 Mustangs  Run Through The "A" State
And Their Win Over CovCath, Earning Them The Top-Ranking In NoKy
All "A" State vs NCC  -  Opening Round
Brossart vs CovCath - Final Regular Season Game
All "A" State vs Bardstown - Championship Game
All "A" State vs University Heights - Semi-Finals  -  Starts at 5:42
All "A" State vs Gallatin County  -  Quarterfinals - Starts at 5:44