The Glasgow boys and girls basketball teams took the Brunswick Wildcats by storm Tuesday night in CAC action at Glasgow, winning by the scores of 73-19 and 55-19, respectively.
The Lady Yellowjackets, 1-0 overall and in the CAC, led Brunswick 33-7 at the half and 50-13 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, Brunswick outscored Glasgow 6-5.
Glasgow coach Molly Monnig said the girls were able to get out to a quick start with an 11-1 lead.
“The girls worked very hard on the defensive end,” Monnig said. “We shot the ball poorly from the free-throw line and missed a lot of easy baskets. Overall, we were very pleased with the girls effort and progression throughout the game. Trisha McMillan shot the ball extremely well. She has really worked to develop her game so that teams have to honor her off of the drive also. Carley Brucks and Lindsey Kopp played some very impressive minutes off of the bench. Carley Brucks and Nikki Fuemmeler 12 blocks between the two of them.”
Trisha McMillan had 20 points, three steals and one assist for the Lady Yellowjackets.
Peyton Davis had seven points, seven steals, five rebounds and four assists, while Abby Thompson added seven points and two steals, Erin Reynolds with six points and four rebounds, Anne Reynolds also with six points, Carley Brucks with five points and six rebounds and Nikki Fuemmeler with two points, 12 rebounds and three steals.
For Brunswick, Marissa Kahn had six points.
For the Glasgow boys, they led Brunswick 34-7 at the half and 65-10 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, Brunswick outscored the Yellowjackets 9-8.
Glasgow coach Mick Cropp said this was a good way to get the season started. “At times we looked like it was the first game of the year but overall it was pretty good,” Cropp said.
Blake Hackman had 18 points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals for Glasgow.
Reid Littrell finished the game with 10 points and eight rebounds while Jimmie Wilson added 10 points, eight rebounds, six steals and four assists, Joel Monnig with nine points and seven rebounds, Ethan Thompson with seven points, three assists, two rebounds and two steals, Landon Brand with six points, three rebounds and one assist, Daniel McMillan with six points and one rebound, Austin Speiser with three points, Alex Mathews with three points and one assist, Dalton Reeves with two points and two rebounds, Josh Sanders with two points and one rebound and Clay Littrell and Christopher Frevert each with one rebound.