Here are the Final Stats for all three of our Boys Basketballl Teams. On the Freshman Team and the JV Team Stat Sheets you must have shot a free-throw or scored a point to have been considered as playing a game.
Note that despite our record we outscored our opponents 1630 to 1608. We hed a 184 points advantage from inside the arc, and a 66 point advantage from the Free-Throw Line. However, the difference maker was from 3-point land where our opponents held a 228 points advantage.
David Govan was this team’s leading scorer, putting up 448 points (14.9ppg), giving him a Brossart High School career mark of 910 points, good enough for the Number 26 spot on our all-time Career Scorers list. David was among the KHSAA State Field-Goal Percentage leaders, shooting a blistering 61.6% from the field.
He was also our leading rebounder, pulling down 195 boards, and led us in blocked shots with 40 rejections.
Mason Sepate led us in connections from beyond the arc, hitting 49 of them,
In what is seen as a trend on all three of our teams, the JVs laid over our opponents inside the arc by a sizable margin, 550 to 358, but were out-shot 285 to 94 from outside the arc. We held a narrow 8 point edge from the charity stripe. Again, despite the record, we outscored our opponents 762-751 on the season.
Luke Piscitello took a huge step forward this year. Last year on our all-sophomore JV team, Luke scored 19 points all season for an average of 2.4ppg making the jump to become this year’s leading scorer, putting up 134 points for a 7.4ppg average. Sam Willike, last year’s leading scorer, battled injury coming out of football and again in-season, yet still managed to take down the Points-Per-Game average lead at 7.8ppg and second leading scorer overall.. Evan Orth remained constant, finishing third in the scoring column a year ago, and third again this year.
We expect big things from Freshman Team Leading Scorer Ben Volmer. Ben began the pre-season and season on the sideline with back ailments, and actually played his first few games in a back brace. He continued to round into basketball form as the season progressed. Parker Mulberry lit it up from beyond the arc. After nailing six 3-pointers on Green-White Night (which did not count), Parker averaged one or more made “3” in each of his team’s 20 games. Our Freshmen also outscored their opponents from inside the arc 464-424, but they too were out-shot from 19’9″ 261 to 132. We held the edge from the free-throw line 117-95. Our Freshmen were a creditable 10-10 against quality competition.