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This is the fourth in a series following the formation, progression, and development
of our present day Brossart Football Mustangs
2008  -  Second Verse, Same as the First
Marie Kiefer Chooses Div-I Ball State
   Brossart  6'3" senior
forward Marie Kiefer has
verbally committed to
Ball State University
(Div-I, MAC).

 As a junior, Kiefer led
the Mustangs to a 24-6
record, while averaging
18 points, 10 rebounds
and 4 blocks per game.
She shot 37.5 percent
from three point range,
and 55 percent from the
field overall.   
Marie's junior year accolades included:

10th Region Girls Player of the Year
Northern Ky. Division II Player of the Year
3rd Team All-State (Herald Leader coaches poll)
Finalist for Greater Cincinnati Girls Basketball Player of the Year (Cincinnati.com)
10th Region All Tournament Team
37th District All Tournament Team
10th Region All 'A" Tournament MVP
Berea Holiday Invitational All Tournament Team
Crosstown Classic Player of the Game
Martin Luther King Day Classic Player of the Game
Top Prospects Classic Player of the Game
Operation Green Dot Classic Player of the Game
Cincinnati.com Northern Kentucky Girls Basketball Player of the Week

Marie enters her senior high school basketball season as the sixth leading scorer in the history of Bishop
Brossart Girls basketball with 1,239 points.

Ball State is coming off of a 21-10 record, where they were 12-5 in the Mid-American Conference (MAC),  and
12-1 at home.  They are coached by 9th year head coach, Brady Salee, who has a career college coaching
record of 285-218 and is 149-108 at Ball State in eight seasons.

Congratulations to Marie on making an outstanding college choice.   
Aug 29, 08   Owen County       home        (L)         6  -  18  
Sep 13, 08   Walton-Verona     home        (L)         7  -  38
Sep 19, 08   Beechwood          away         (L)         0  -  56      
Sep 27, 08   Bellevue               home        (L)         0  -  56
Oct    3, 08    Newport               away         (L)         0  -  60     
Oct  11, 08    Ludlow                 home        (L)         6  -  27     
Oct  17, 08    Eminence             away        (L)         0  -  54  
Oct 24, 08     Dayton                  away         (L)       21  -  51      
Nov  1, 08      C.A.L.                   home        (L)       13  -  59      
Nov  7, 08      Gallatin Co          away          (L)        6  -  61
  Our second season of varsity football was pretty much,
the second verse, same as the first.
  Again we were without a win, and again, despite losing
narrowly to Owen County on opening night and flashing
some promise in the Walton and Ludlow games, we
were pretty much non-comptitive.
  We had learned that we would have to earn any
success we were going to have on the gridiron, and
that football was hard.  We were especially challenged
defensively, where teams were able to get into our
secondary and run for long gains, or pitch and get
around the corner for sizable gains.  Missed tackles
contributed to our demise, and our offense was simply
not fluid and effective enough to put numbers on the
scoreboard in bunches. Freshman Spencer Brown, who
would go on to play college football, was our
quarterback.

  Matt Reinhart took over as head coach.  He had the
looks of a football coach and as was Rodney Ollier,
deeply dedicated to Brossart Football.  

  The numbers remained strong as 37 players suited up
for the 2008 Football Mustangs, nine were freshmen,
along with seen seniors.  Looking back over that roster
it is easy to see a lot of  young talent growing up in our
program, who would provide us with success in the
future.
Matt Reinhart would
serve for five seasons
as our head coach.

During his tenure we
would win 15 football
games and play in a
pair of playoff games.

Five of those wins
would come in his
second season.
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2008 Football Game Reports Index Page
2008  -  Seniors
Anthony Steffen skies
in a blocked extra
point attempt
Above Seniors:  Bottom:
Dallas Kremer, Jacob
Guidugli, Drew Braunwart,
and Aaron Dennis.  Top: Ian
Sevier, Zach Richardson,
and Tony Woeste.
#36  - Michael Whitford