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Fifth in a series of "Our School's Sports Finest Hours"

Mustangs Win the All "A" State Championship in '07

  The All "A" Classic went statewide in 1990.  The Brossart  Mustangs
were a non-factor until 2001 when we won our first 10th Region "A"
Tournament, and were promptly sent home from Richmond by Allen
Central in our first ever "A" Big Dance appearance.
  We failed to "get out" in 2002, but then reeled off five straight 10th
Region "A" championships, and represented well in the big show.  In
2003 we lost in the quarterfinals to Frankfort.  In 2004 we played into
the championship game, where we were narrowly defeated by Hazard
43-38.  A year later we went to Richmond as one of the favorites to cut
down the nets on Sunday, but were sent home on Thursday by Hazard.
  In '06 we led the Bardstown Tigers by 8 points at halftime in the
semis, but were gunned down at the wire, coming up just short 63-60.
  The 2007 Mustangs began the season 9-0, and rolled into the All "A"
State Tournament with a 17-3 mark, but were without the services of
starting forward Nathan Mutsch who had a Division I baseball
scholarship to Xavier in his pocket,  but was nursing an injured right
hand, and was held out of the "A" State Tournament.
 

 


These Guys....
Troy Cooper, Josh Kidney,
Kyle Kramer, Matt Lloyd,
Bryan Niemeyer, Nathan
Mutsch, Luke Rebholz,
Jimmy Uebel, Greg Stortz,
Ben Ridder, Justin Barth,
Drew Kramer, Mitch
Patterson, Joe Webb, Ben
Weyman, Matt Woeste, Tony
Woeste, Brian Wolfer, Jordan
Armstrong, Jacob Rieger

LEGENDS!!!!!
Brossart 51  -  NCC  41
Brossart 45  -  Gallatin 44
Brossart 58  -  UHA  38
Brossart 56  -  Bardstown 48
   Josh Kidney led the Mustangs to an early morning, opening round 51-41
win over Newport Central Catholic by scoring 18 points.   
   In the Gallatin County
quarterfinals, Kyle Kramer nailed
two HUGE 3-pointers.  
The Mustangs won by one.
 
 Jimmy Uebel was undoubtedly the
heart and soul of the '07 Mustangs.
Troy Cooper was the workhorse.
Uebel, Cooper and Josh Kidney were
named to the All-Tournament team.
 Uebel was the MVP
I remember telling the desk clerk at the Red Roof Inn when we checked in, that we
might by gone by lunchtime the next day, or might stick around until Sunday.  We had
to take them one at a time.   We stuck around until late Sunday afternoon.
 There are many, many fond memories of winning the "A" State
- including defeating
Bardstown in the finals 56-48, but the one that will stick out for many of us, was the

four game performance from Senior Bryan Niemeyer, who was called on the step in
for Mutsch.  Niemeyer merely scored 8 vs NCC, 10 vs Gallatin County in a one-point
win, 12 vs University Heights, and 22 in the championship game vs Bardstown, where
he was named the game MVP.
  Our twenty point win over University Heights is one of my favorite all-time Brossart
basketball wins.  UHA had two Division I players -  Scotty Hopson (Tennessee) and
TyShwan Edmonson (St. John and the NBA-Cavs).   They also had a 6'10" big man
named Ryan Langhi.  The heavily favored Blazers simply couldn't cope with our defense.

 
 Our Mustangs have won the 10th Region "A" seven more times since winning it all
in 2007, but have not competed in an "A" State Championship game since.
Bryan Niemeyer
   This team had many other notable accomplishments.  They went to Park Hills and upset Covington Catholic, the
Number One team in Northern Kentucky on their Senior Night.  It would be the '07 Mustangs who would be voted
Number One in NoKy in the final coaches poll.
   We defeated Scott in the District finals to be District Champions.  Nathan Mutsch had returned to action and was
named to the All-Tournament team.
The 2007 Mustangs finished the season with a 28-5 record.  They had the misfortune of running into the Darius Miller
led Mason County Royals in the 10th Region semi-finals where we were defeated 63-57.