|Reporting Exclusively On Boys Basketball
And All "Now" Mustangs Happenings!
|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
|The Brossart Basketball
Broadcast Season Has
We will be back to do some
selected Mustangs baseball
Thanks to all of my
broadcast partners, Dave
Trentman, Brian Rieger, John
Rolf, Mike Schack Darren
Hackworth and Frank
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To Go To The Broadcast Replay Archives
|Tributes To Persons Close To The
Program Who Have Passed Away
|Travel Through The Entire
BMustangs Website By
Following The Next Arrows
|Check Out The "Mustangs Happenings" Page
|10th Region "A" Baseball Tournament Brackets
Varsity Baseball Schedule
Schabs Fishing Trip Reports
|2015 KHSAA/Diocese of Covington Dead Period Dates
Monday, June 22nd through Sunday, July 12th Inclusive
|Congratulations Emily Schultz - Named to the 5 player 10th Region All-Region - 1st Team
|Camels and Royals Draw Opposite Each Other In 10th Region Tournament
This Weekend At Mason County Fieldhouse
Wednesday Night's Opening Round Boys Games Have Been Postponed to
Split-Session on Saturday - 9th Moves Top Bracket to Saturday
1:00pm - Campbell vs Bourbon
2:30pm - Pendleton vs Augusta
6:30pm - Mason vs Harrison
8:00pm - Paris vs Scott
|Semi-Finals Monday Night 6pm/7:30pm Finals Tuesday Night at 7pm
|Brossart Boys Summer Youth Camp Information To Appear Here
Dates - Monday, June 15th Through Thursday, June 18th
8:30am to 11:30am Daily
Updated 9th Region Boys At The BOKC:
Friday - 6:30pm - Dixie Heights vs Boone Co
8:00pm - NCC vs Holmes
Saturday - 12Noon - CovCath vs Newport
1:30pm - Cooper vs St. Henry
Semis - Monday
Finals - Tuesday
|St. Joe 8th Moves On With Sizeable Win Over St. Pius-B,
Sts. Peter and Paul Overmatched by St. Pius-A
Sets Up St.Joe 8th vs St. Pius-A Semis, While St. Mary 8th Await Winner Of
St. Joe, Crescent Springs and St. Therese
Unfortunatly, I missed the Tuesday night games. I'm rarely sick, but Tuesday was one of those rare days.
In the opener, Sts. Peter and Paul had the unenviable task of playing the St. Pius A-Team who dispatched
the Cardinals in handy fashion
In the nitecap, St. Joe 8th had no problem advancing past the St. Pius B-Team and will take a step up in
class on Friday night when they take on the St. Pius A-Teamers at 6pm in the semi-finals.
The St. Mary 8th Graders punched their ticket to the Friday night semis Monday night when they defeated St.
Cecilia 47-41. They will take on the winners of St. Joseph, Crescent Springs/St. Therese, a game that is
scheduled to be played Thursday night at 6pm.
Good luck to all of our Brossart feeder school teams who have qualified and to St. Mary 7th and Sts. Peter
and Paul on a Great Season!!!!!!
10th Girls Regional at George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester
Monday - Mason County 59, Bourbon County 49
Campbell County 97, Robertson County 50
Tuesday - Clark County 68, Augusta 47
Scott 60, Harrison Co 42 Semis on Friday with Finals on Saturday
9th Region GIrls at the BOKC:
Monday - Highlands 50, Boone Co 39
Holy Cross 55, St. Henry 33
Tuesday - Holmes 45, Ryle 32
NCC 65, Dixie Heights 48
Saturday - Semi-Finals
Sunday - Finals
|Remember Mitch Orth Today, on the Fifth Anniversary of his passing
(one day late)
Five years have passed since I was sitting in this same seat and
answered the phone to hear the news that Mitch Orth had passed away.
It was a shock then and remains so today.
Fortunately for us Mitch is still very much a presence in our Boys
Basketball program. We are reminded of him on a daily basis when we
see his framed banner hanging in the gym, and reminded of all of the
wonderful things that have taken place through the Mitch Orth
Scholarship Fund when seeing their logo on our scorers table.
Thanks to the craftmanship of Darren Hackworth, we have upgraded
and created a first-class Mitch Orth memorial and tribute board (left)
which will have a suitable place of honor in our lobby alongside of the Nathan Seiter/Lindsey Sendelbach board.
This year marks the passing through of the last Mustang players to have played on Mitch's Seventh Grade Saints
teams. Spencer Hackworth and Blake Saunders will carry those fond "Mitch Memories" forever.
I personally will think of Mitch when the finals of the NCAA tournament rolls around and when the Reds play on
Opening Day. These were high holy days with Mitch. Luckily I still hear his voice as clearly as I did then and
continue to treasure our friendship.