The Glasgow boys and girls basketball teams had little trouble on the road Tuesday night against the Brunswick Wildcats while winning by 30 points or more in CAC action.
While the Lady Yellowjackets defeated Brunswick by a score of 70-31, the Glasgow boys were just as impressive against the Wildcats while leading from start to finish for a 80-34 victory.
Glasgow girls coach Molly Monnig said the girls were able to get off to a quick start. “We shot the ball extremely well,” Monnig said. “We also saw the floor very well and were able to get some easy looks at the basket.”
It also helps when three players score in double figures, which was the case for the Lady Yellowjackets as Erin Reynolds tossed in 20 points and grabbed three rebounds. Trisha McMillan also had 16 points and seven boards while Nikki Fuemmeler added 14 points and nine rebounds. Abby Thompson finished the game with four points and a team-leading nine steals while Lindsey Kopp and Blakeley Fuemmeler added four points each and Carley Brucks and Anne Reynolds with two points apiece.
Glasgow also led Brunswick 38-13 at the half and 59-20 after three quarters of play before matching the Lady Wildcats with 11 points in the final period.
Marissa Kahn had the high game for Brunswick with 19 points.
As for the Glasgow boys, they also jumped out to a sizeable lead against Brunswick while outscoring the Wildcats 47-25 in the first-two periods. The Yellowjackets also held a 32-9 advantage in the final-two periods to win the game by 46 points.
Senior Reid Littrell led three players in double figures for Glasgow, 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the CAC, with 19 points along with five rebounds, four steals and one assist.
Joel Monnig finished the game with 17 points and five rebounds while Ethan Thompson added 12 points, five assists, four rebounds and four steals, Landon Brand with nine points, two rebounds and one assist, Jimmie Wilson with seven points, four assists, three steals and three rebounds, Alex Mathews with five points and three assists, Dalton Reeves with four points and four rebounds, Daniel McMillan with three points, Blake Hackman with two points, six assists, two rebounds and one steal and Austin Speiser with two points and two assists.