SPRING SPORTS SCHEDULES
Varsity/JV Football Schedule
BRYCE KREMER SIGNS WITH CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
Congratulations to BRYCE KREMER. Bryce is going to Cincinnati Christian University in the fall and will play golf for the Eagles. He signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, May 17th.
CHASE KELLER SIGNS WITH THOMAS MORE COLLEGE
Congratulations to CHASE KELLER. Chase will continue his baseball career at Thomas More College. He signed his letter of intent on Thursday, May 11th in the Munninghoff Family Performing Arts Center. Good Luck!
BROSSART BASEBALL HEADS TO ALL 'A' STATE
Brossart Mustangs baseball shocked heavily favored NCC in the 9th/10th Region "A" State Sectional and punched their ticket to Whitaker Bank Ballpark on May 6th for the "A" State Tournament. They took on Caldwell County and lost 1-0 in extra innings. Congratulations to Coach Verst and the Mustangs!
MATT BLANK SIGNS WITH MOREHEAD STATE
Matt "Gameday" Blank signed a letter of intent to continue his football playing career at Morehead State University on Wednesday, February 22. Matt is our first ever Division I college football recruit. Congratulations to Matt and his family!
GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY
The Lady "Stang cross country team finished third in the 1A State Meet this weekend finishing only 8 points out of first place. Congrats to Kendall Schuler, Maria Klocke, Becca Schroer, Ashley Beck, Lily Cropenbaker, Olivia Whisman, Shelby Doyle, Anne Waymeyer, Cheryl Johnson, Alison McDonald & Coach Schuh on a great season!
The Diocesan Dead Period for 2017 will begin at 12:00 midnight on June 23 and will be over at 11:59 pm on July 13. (These dates set by the Diocese will give the families three full weekends and three full weeks (21 days) for a dead period. It is six days longer (two in the beginning and four in the end) than the KHSAA dead period of June 25 through July 9.) Per KHSAA bylaw 24- section 3: Students may not receive coaching or training from school personnel (either salaried or non-salaried) and school facilities, uniforms, nicknames, transportation or equipment shall not be used in any KHSAA sanctioned sport or sport-activity during the period beginning with June 23 and going through July 13. School funds may not be expended in support of interscholastic athletics in any KHSAA sanctioned sport during the period. These restrictions shall not apply to postseason wrap-up activities, celebrations and recognition events relating to a spring sports team at a school which participated in KHSAA state championship play in that particular sport during that particular year.
BBHS ATHLETIC HALL OF
Nominations for the Class of 2017 Athletic Hall of Fame
are being accepted until October 15th. If you would like to nominate someone, please fill out the
nomination form and send to school. If you have questions
contact Chris Holtz at 859-635-2108 Ext. 1018.
KEVIN BUNDY NAMED NEW ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
Bishop Brossart is pleased to
announce Kevin Bundy as our new Athletic Director, effective immediately. “We
knew replacing Adam Franzen and keeping our programs running smoothly was going
to be a difficult task,” said Dan Ridder, BBHS principal. “Hiring Kevin Bundy in the role of AD is huge
for us. Kevin brings many years of
experience associated with the administrative side of athletics. His tenure and position with the Blacktop
League will serve him well, as well as his reputation he has previously built
with the Mustang community.”
NEW GIRLS VOLLEYBALL COACH ANNOUNCED
We are pleased to announce Jennifer Ryles as our new Head Volleyball Coach. Jennifer most recently was a member of the Beechwood Volleyball staff as the freshman coach and varsity assistant. She has also served as freshman coach at Dixie Heights. Additionally, she is a coach for Crush Volleyball where she has coached multiple teams and experienced success at local and regional levels. She is also the head coach for Xavier University's Club Volleyball Team. Coach Ryles brings years of High School and College playing experience to go with eight years of coaching.
NEW GIRLS HEAD BASKETBALL COACH ANNOUNCED
Bishop Brossart High School is happy to announce our new girls head basketball coach, KEVIN BUNDY. Coach Bundy joined the BBHS boys’ basketball staff as Varsity Assistant Coach in 2007. He just finished his ninth year with the Mustangs. In addition to his work with the boys program, Coach Bundy served four seasons as the junior varsity coach at Simon Kenton and Highlands where he compiled a 73-23 record. He began his coaching career at Lloyd High School where he worked with Mike Code for five seasons under head coach Bill Code. His 2006 Simon Kenton JV team won the 32nd District Championship. That same season he coached the freshmen team to a school record 17 wins, and captured the district tournament. He was a varsity assistant on the 8th Region Runner-up team as well. Coach Bundy spent eight seasons as a varsity assistant at Highlands under Coach John Messmer. During that time, the Bluebirds won four 9th Region Championships. Coach Bundy has also coached high school aged AAU boys basketball teams during eight summers. All eight of those teams advanced to the Division I AAU National championship tournament. Coach Bundy's AAU teams won the Kentucky State Championship in 2000 (15 and under) and 2006 (16 and under). His 2007 team was the state runner-up in the 17 and under age group.
Congratulations CHASE KELLER Cincinnati.com Player of the Week!!
Congratulations Tanner Verst! Tanner signed with Alice Lloyd College to play baseball. GOOD LUCK!!
On March 8th, in front of a big crowd in the Munninghoff Family Performing Arts Center, FIVE BBHS seniors signed to continue their sports career at Thomas More College.
Jacob Zai - Golf
Emily Schultz - Basketball
TJ Moore - Football
Griffin Goepper - Football
Olivia Nienaber - Soccer, Track
Congratulations to all and best of luck!!!
Congratulations to BBHS seniors Brent Geiman, Dylan Geiman, and Sam Parnell. They signed letters of intent to play their college soccer at Thomas More College. Best of Luck!! Go Saints!
Congratulations to BBHS senior Lindsay Leick. She signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Georgetown College. Best of Luck Lindsay!!!