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Mustang Broncos


Coach: Scott Hodges

18-19 Record: 5-19

The Mustang Broncos enter the 2019-2020 season with hopes of turning around a program that went 5-19 a year ago. A new coach, Scott Hodges, is at the helm after spending ten years at Westmoore High School. Hodges says that he likes what he sees in this seasons version of the Broncos. “We are very excited about our potential this season,” Hodges said. “We have a great group of senior leaders coming back.” Cade Schroeder (6-2, Sr.) is a dynamic player that returns to the guard position for the Broncos. Westmoore transfer, Ethan Scott (5-10, So.) looks to make a big impact on his new team. He averaged 17.8 points for the Jaguars last season and was also Newcomer of the Year in the COAC Conference. Making his presence felt in the frontcourt, Jacob Henderson (6-6, So.) returns to be a key player for Mustang this season. The roster is full of other players that should make contributions to the season and help turn the program around. Those players include Kyle Madison (6-2, Sr.), Jacobe Johnson (6-2, Fr.), Keegan Bass (5-10, Fr.), and Carter Holland (5-10, Sr.).


Coach: Katie Bass

18-19 Record: 20-9

Entering the 2019 basketball season, the Mustang Lady Broncos have a completely revamped coaching staff. First year head coach, Kaite Bass, moves to Mustang after coaching at Midwest City. With her, she brings LaToya Jackson and LaKaisha Jones, two of her assistants. She also Karri Sears, who won a state championship at Del City as a head coach. This new staff is looking to build off of a 20-9 season that saw the team make it all the way to the state quarterfinals. “I am really excited to coach this talented group of girls,” Bass said. “They have an amazing work ethic and I think this will be a great season.” Jaki Rollins (5-8, So.) averaged 12 points per game last season, while shooting 81% from the charity stripe. Looking to exert her supremacy in the front court, Kyra Misuraca (6-2, Sr.) returns to be an anchor for her team. Talia Pogi (5-8, So.) contributed nine points per game last season and will look to play a bigger role this season. Other key players for the Lady Broncos this season will be Jordyn Rollins (6-1, Fr.), Lunden Foreman (5-7, Fr.), and Kate Niehues (5-10, So.). These players will not be able to do everything on their own. Looking to help influence the season are Aliyah Pinon (5-10, Sr.), Jaycee Freshour (6-2, Sr.), Genesis Campana (5-10, Jr.), Emily Miller (5-6, Jr.), Kennedy Dorsey (5-3, Sr.), and Carly Mosley (6-1, So.).