Harlan 82 – Mustangs 43 – Wed. Dec. 28th
Dan Swartz Tournament – Bath Co H.S.
Mustangs 55 – Lewis Co 41 – Thurs. Dec. 29th
Dan Swartz Tournment – Bath Co H.S.
Mustangs 64 – Berea 38 – Fri. Dec. 30th
Dan Swartz Tournament – Bath Co H.S
Harlan 82 – Mustangs 43
Our Mustangs certainly bring out the best out in our opponents, allowing Harlan to put up 28 points in the first quarter that included four 3-pointers by unheralded 8th Grader, Trenton Cole. Cole would end up with ten 3-pointers on the day., which would tie a Bishop Brossart school record for Most 3-Poiners in a single game, were he to play for us. On the day the Green Dragons netted eighteen 3-Pointers to our five.
We attempted to get within range of the Green Dragons just prior to halftime, but a trio of Mustang turnovers which converted to Dragon baskets which thwarted our comeback effort. Ten Mustangs put ink in the scorebook, led by Mason Sepate with 11. Mason has now conquered the 700 Points milestone at 705. Notably,Sophomore Joe Schroeder scored his first vasity point with a made free-throw. He then followed it up with a field goal on Friday. The final score was 82-43. Logan Woosley was named the Player of he Game.
MUSTANGS 55 – LEWIS COUNTY 41
in a game of two halves, our Mustangs were stifling on defense, limiting the Lewis County Lions to but 4 points in each of the first two quarters while building a 34-8 first half lead. In the second half, the roles somewhat reversed, as we were outscored 33-21 in some of the most ugly basketball witnessed this season. At the end of the day, the Mustangs emerge victorious 55-41 and advance to the fifth place game on Friday at 2:30pm against the Berea Pirates, sizable winners over Elliot County.
Logan Woosley led seven Mustang scorers with 11 points, one charge taken, and was named the Player of the Game. Three Mustangs put up 9 apiece – Luke Schumacher (10 Rebounds), Mason Sepate, and Anthony Kruse. Sam Willike chipped in 8 and Brandon Bezold, 7.,
MUSTANGS 64 – BEREA 38
After a rocky start that saw aour Mustangs fall behind 7-2 early, Coach Ben Franzen allowed them to play through it and we responded in a favorable manner, knotting the score at 7s, then again at 9s and 11s before going on a 6-0 run to take a 17-11 lead at the quarter stop. The Mustangs again limited the Pirates to 11 points in the second stanza, while exploding for 23 points, opening up an 18 point lead, paving he way for our ninth victory of the season 64-38. The decisive stat from the first half was that we scored 18 points off of Berea turnovers, and 24 for the game. The Pirates failed to score a single point off of a Brossart turnover. Four Mustangs put u double-figures, led by Mason Sepate with 14. Luke Schumacher scored 12, and Anthony Kruse and Brandon Bezold 10 apiece. For his efforts on both side of the ball, Anthony Kruse was named the Player of the Game. Sophomore Keegan Gulley turned into a big time performance off of the bench with 9 points scored, and 9 rebounds.
The Mustangs complete the 2022 part of our schedule with a 9-4 record, and will now focus on the 10th Region “A” Tournament beginning next Saturday, January 7th when we take on Nicholas County in the opening round at 3:30pm at Paris High School.