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Bishop Brossart's Feldmann, Futscher and Stadtmiller Honored


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In addition to winning a berth in next week's Region Tournament, the 25-6 Lady 'Stangs received some major honors today from two different organizations. Coach Josh Feldmann, who followed up last year's 19-10 record with a 25-6 mark so far this year has been named the 10th Region "Coach of the Year" by the 10th region Girls Coaches Association and was also recognized as the Northern Kentucky Girls Basketball Coaches Association "Coach of the Year" in Division II.

 

Division II was a stacked division this year with a number of top teams including St. Henry, Highlands, Newport Central Catholic, Holy Cross and Holmes.

 

It was an impressive double feat and one well deserved.

 

"I am very honored and very proud to receive these awards. I'm humbled. However great players make successful coaches and we have a lot of great young players here at Bishop Brossart. This is a team effort and awards like these mean our team is successful," pointed out Feldmann who is now 44-16 in two seasons.

 

Two Bishop Brossart players have received nice honors as well. Sophomore Sarah Futscher, the team's leading rebounder and scorer has been tabbed as a First Team selection by both the 10th Region Girls Coaches Association and First Team Division II by the Northern Kentucky Girls Basketball Coaches Association. Quite an honor to be recognized as a sophomore by both organizations.

 

Sophomore Abby Stadtmiller has been recognized by the 10th Region Girls Coaches Association as Honorable Mention. Again a great honor for a sophomore player.

 

The NKAC is currently tabulating All Conference ballots to announce their All Star Teams in early March.

 

The Lady 'Stangs so far have enjoyed a great season winning 25 games, secured a spot in the District Finals, secured a spot in the 10th Region Tourney, won the Touchstone 10th Region All "A" Title, finished 3rd in the Touchstone All "A" State Championships, won the Crosstown Shootout 53-42 with Campbell County, finished third in the Owensboro Invitational and last week clinching the NKAC Division II Championship (7-1) ahead of NCC (6-2) and St. Henry (6-2).

 

Congratulations to Sarah, Abby and Coach Feldmann.

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The honors keep mounting for the Lady Stangs and Coach Feldman. Congratulations on your awards. We talked to him at halftime of Monday Night's games and I believe they will be a hard out in the 10th Region, especially since the Tournament is being held "a 6 iron shot from the Seither Center" at CCMS. Keep it up Coach!!

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To bad they don't give out an award for the player with the most heart.

Sophomore Madison Eisenmann would get my vote hands down!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Madison is like what someone said about Pete Rose once "She is one of the few I'd pay to see play>" I truly think she plays as hard as any athlete I have ever seen play male or female. She always gives everything she is capable of giving. Not many can say that. At the same time she is fun to watch especially on defense.

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