MUSTANGS TEAM PICTURE
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# 32   Alec Eilerman
6' 4"     185 Pound     Forward
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# 30   Blayke Kremer
6' 0"     200 Pound     Forward
# 3   Scot Prebles
6' 0"     175 Pound     Guard
 Alec , Ethan’s twin brother, factored in 17 varsity
games a year ago and put up over 100 points with
the JV team, while knocking down 18 three-
pointers.   
 At 6’4” Alec will contribute to the overall size of the
Brossart frontcourt, and serve as  a primary zone-
buster.  
He will see serious minutes off of the bench.
Alec is another who plays golf for the Mustangs in
the fall, and is also a first-honors student.
# 33   Ethan Eilerman
6' 4"     190 Pound     Forward
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 Scot Prebles has matured into a complete player.  
Prebles can handle the ball if necessary, but is a
defensive specialist, who will help his team protect
leads this season.  
 Scot factored in 17 varsity games a year ago and is
no stranger to the bright lights of varsity basketball.  
 Prebles, along with the Eilermans and Blayke
Kremer is a member of the Brossart Golf Team in the
fall,  and is a first-honors student in the classroom.    
 Blayke is a survivor.  Not blessed with natural
athleticism, he gets the job done with a blue-collar
work ethic, hustle, and a “don’t take no for an
answer” attitude.   
 Blayke factored in 14 varsity games last year, and
scored over 100 points competing on the J.V. team.   
He is another who will accept whatever role which he
is asked to perform, and will make major
contributions on the practice floor.  He too is a
member of the Brossart Golf Team.
Ethan Eilerman is the Mustangs’ Alpha-Senior.  
The two time All-Region  Honorable Mention
honoree has amassed 701 points in his career,
and is a legitimate 1,000 Points Club candidate.
He has been named among the top players in the
10th Region by Cats Pause.
 Ethan was our second-leading scorer and
rebounder a year ago, putting up 407 points,
averaging 13.6 points per game, while shooting
53% from the field, and pulling down over 100
rebounds.