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|2019 KEVIN BUNDY, LADY STANGS
YOUTH BASKETBALL CAMP
JUNE 3-6 8:30 - 11:30AM
|2019 KHSAA / DIOCESE OF COVINGTON IMPOSED
Friday, June 21st through Tuesday, July 9th Inclusive
|Mustangs Will Have To Earn Their Way
Back to Richmond in 2020
Share the Bottom Bracket With Calvary, Augusta and Paris.
Robertson County will have to contend with St. Patrick,
Nicholas County, and Bracken County up top.
Tournament to be played at Robertson County High School
in Mount Olivet.
Lady Stangs receive favorable bottom bracket draw, will
likely have to clear Paris to await upper bracket survivor.
|Mustangs Blank Calvary Christian 10-0 In District Seeding Battle
T-Mac Starter and Winner, Goes 6 Complete, Allows Two Hits, Fans Four
Jake Steffen Closes - Strikes Out Side
|Tony Dotson To Take Over As Girls Soccer Coach
“Coach Dotson certainly has a strong record of success and experience in coaching girls soccer,” said
Kevin Bundy, Bishop Brossart athletic director. “But his passion for the game, his experience in coaching
girls of different age and skill levels, and his strong vision for how to lead our program really resonated
with us after talking to him. The folks I spoke with at St. Ursula were very complimentary of his soccer
knowledge and coaching style.”
Dotson is a graduate of Oak Hills High School, where he lettered in soccer. He played soccer at both Tiffin
University and St. Francis College before earning his Associates Degree in Exercise Science from the
University of Cincinnati. He is self-employed and has three children,
daughter’s Riley (17) and Finley (14), and son Keegan (12).
“I am super excited about starting my varsity career at Bishop Brossart,”
Dotson said. “It’s the perfect spot for me to take over a strong program
and make it even stronger.”
A reception introducing coach Dotson to the Brossart community will take place at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday,
March 27, in Hegenauer Hall. All players and parents are invited to attend.
| If first impressions are worth
anything, I really like this guy.
Older, three kids of his own,
passionate about the game. Seems
to be a very human, human being.
I look forward to meeting him.
Bishop Brossart High School Administration is pleased to announce Tony
Dotson as the school’s new head girls soccer coach.
Coach Dotson has been a fixture as a girls soccer coach in Cincinnati for the
last two decades. Most recently he coached at St. Ursula Academy, as well
as with the Cincinnati West Soccer Club and the Total Futbol Academy (TFA).
During his three seasons as the head JV coach at Ursula Academy, Dotson’s
teams compiled a 44-1-6 record, while outscoring their opponents 150-11.
He was also a varsity assistant while at Ursula, and the 2016 varsity team
won the district championship.
Dotson currently coaches 2 elite level girls teams and 1 premier level girls
team with the Cincinnati West Soccer Club, where he has coached the last
Coach Willie Schlarman
1997 - 2004
To Be Inducted Into The
Brossart Sports Hall of Fame
On a damp, chilly Thursday afternoon, while Murray State was thumping Marquette in the NCAA
Baskettball tournament, the Brossart Baseballers were doing the same to 37th District Opponent, Calvary
Christian, 10-0, to go one-up in district seeding competition and improve to 2-0 on the young season.
Tyler MacDonald took the mound and dominated the Cougars for six innings allowing no runs, two hits,
while striking out 4 and issuing only one base on balls, to get the win. Jake Steffen struck out the side in
the seventh to finish the job. The Mustangs edged the Cougars 3-2 a year ago.
T-Mac, Jarod Baynum, and Chris Martin each contributed three hits, with MacDonald knocking home
two runs, and Martin three, with each contributing triples.
The Mustangs will test their meddle against top-flight competition on the artificial grass surface at
Lexington Catholic today at 5:30pm. They are also scheduled to face St. Henry at 1pm on Saturday.
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