Feb 21, 18, 12:37 AM #1
Scott 52 Bishop Brossart 46 (37 District)The Scott Lady Eagles survived the Brossart Lady Stangs in the 37th District Semi-finals on Tuesday night at the Campbell County Middle School.
Scott Ball State commit, Anna Clephane strapped with a pair of first quarter personal fouls, and did not return in the first half where she had netted merely three free-throws. The Lady Stangs took advantage and managed a 25-23 halftime lead.
Clephane nets 11 points in the third quarter to spearhead an 18-13 Scott advantage, giving them a 41-38 lead after three complete.
In the fourth quarter the Lady Stangs failed to take advantage of a few scoring opportunities late in the game, while the Eagles struggled from the free-throw line, allowing the Lady Eagles (17-13) to prevail 52-46 and advance to Thursday night's 37th District Championship Game against top-ranked Campbell County.
Brossart Freshman Marie Kiefer led all scorers with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Junior Mariah Frommeyer nailed a trio of 3-pointers and added 13 as the Lady Stangs close the book on the 2017-18 season with a 15-13 record. Brossart graduates Allison Schultz and Taylor Moore.
BB Moore 5, A.Schultz 1, Kiefer 21, Frommeyer 13, Jump 2, Crowe 4
S: Coleman 8, Reinhart 6, Secrist 11, Allen 6, Clephane 20
Feb 21, 18, 12:59 AM #2
Thanks for the write up Mustang; and for broadcasting the game tonight. The girls appreciate your support. It was a great game - proud of our girls for playing hard and giving it all they had.
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Feb 21, 18, 06:18 AM #3
The Kiefer girl is really good already and just a frosh. Sky is the limit for her. Division I offers have to be coming in real soon if not already.
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Feb 21, 18, 10:30 AM #4Congrats to the 2 seniors and best of luck with their futures. Congrats to this team for having a winning season. The future is very bright for these young Lady Stangs.
Feb 21, 18, 10:44 AM #5
Brossart played very well tonight and had a very good game plan against Scott. Kiefer was the best player on the floor last night and it wasn’t even close. She was unstoppable around the rim and I really enjoyed watching her play. She is really going to be a special player in the years to come.
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Feb 21, 18, 11:45 AM #6
Marie's potential is boundless, and down the road she may end up being one of the best ever to come out of Northern Kentucky. However, let's let her be a freshman, still learning the game and give credit where due, to a young lady who has scored well over 2,000 points and has a Division I Ball State scholly in her backpack.