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2016 FRESHMEN/JV/VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE - FISHING TRIP REPORTS
Coach Mike Code and the
Brossart Boys Basketball
Program will conduct our
Annual Summer Youth
Basketball Camp from
Monday, June 20th through
Thursday, June 23rd at
Brossart High School from
8:30am to 11:30am daily.
Invitation letters have been sent
to all campers to attended last
year, and applications will be
provided to all of the boys in
each of our feeder grade
schools. Camp is open to
players grades 2 through 9.
You may view and download a
2016 Boys Basketball Camp
Flyer by clicking on the link at
|Pickwick Lake Syndrome Descends on Our Ontario, Canada
Blue Heron Camp Fishing Trip
A similar phenomenon that we encountered
during our Pickwick Lake trip - that of catching
fewer, but higher quality fish - seems to have
engulfed the Spanish River and the North
Channel of Lake Huron in recent days.
Over the past two days we have only boated
about 20 fish, far below our normal
catch/release rate, but those coming over the
side of the boat are amazing.
On Monday, we caught two 20 inch
smallmouth during the day session, and caught
four more during the evening hours. Six 20
inch smallmouth would win tournament anglers
the top prize in any bass tournament. Most of
our biggun's have come via topwater strikes,
which can be spectacular.
No more big pike or muskie catches to report, but we
did see the DNR remove a 46 inch muskie from one of
their collection nets.
The Ya-hoos with which we share the camp are
outcatching us big time on walleye, using live bait
(dew-worms, i.e, nightcrawlers) for bait.
So far the walleye have been totally unattracted to
our Rapala SR-7 ShadRaps which we have been
offering them. We will keep trying, and I have every
confidence that we too, will be bringing a net load of
potential table fare up the steps before too long.
Weather has been perfect with highs in the low 70s
and lows at night dipping into the 30s. Winds have
been managable, and our Therma Cell bug repellent
unit have been holding the bugs at bay.
|Jared Shoemaker Home, In Therapy, Has Long Road To Recovery Ahead
In a follow-up to an earlier story about Augusta Junior Jared Shoemaker, who had been in critical
condition as the result of a car accident, Bluegrass Preps reports that Jared is home, and undergoing
therapy. He has a long road ahead, and appreciates everyone's thoughts and prayers.
|Congratulations to Mustang Basketballer, David Kelley
Valedictorian For The Brossart Graduating Class of '16,
Frank Cetrulo to serve as Salutatorian
|Adam Franzen To Accept A Teaching Position
At Highlands High School For 2016-17
In a prepared statement released on Monday, Adam Franzen, our current Athletic Director, will step down
and accept a teaching postion at Highlands High School for the 2016-17 school year.
Adam cited an opportunity to do what is best for his family and spend more time with his young
Adam will remain the Athletic Director at Brossart HIgh School through June 30th.
A new Athletic Director has not been appointed and the Freshmen Boys basketball head coaching is now
Adam, a Brossart grad, received his Masters Degree in Education earlier this spring from NKU.
He had done an excellent job as AD for the past two years and will be missed.
|Longtime Freshmen Coach Steve Frommeyer
Named The Head Coach of the Scott Eagles
Steve Frommeyer, a longtime Northern Kentucky Football Official and Scott Freshmen Boys Basketball
Coach has been named the new head coach of the Scott Eagles, succeeding Brad Carr, who was
terminated earlier this spring.
While we hate to see Coach Carr go, we are happy to see Steve Frommeyer, who has always been a
friend of the Brossart Mustangs get the job.