Two more games, two more victories for the Glasgow boys and girls basketball teams.
While playing on the road Tuesday night against the Madison Panthers, the Glasgow boys and girls delivered a knockout punch early while leading from start to finish in convincing fashion for 64-18 and 57-19 victories, respectively.
The Lady Yellowjackets, 6-0 on the season, led Madison 34-12 at the half and then outscored the Panthers 23-7 in the final-two periods for the victory.
Glasgow coach Molly Monnig said the girls played very well on the defensive end and picked some easy baskets off of turnovers.
“The game was very physical, and I was proud of our mental toughness throughout,” Monnig said. “Everyone was able to make a contribution in the game.  Blakeley Fuemmeler played very well off of the  bench, especially on the defensive end of the floor.  Anne Reynolds also played well knocking down a couple of threes.”
Nikki Fuemmeler finished the game with a double-double for Glasgow with 14 points and 14 rebounds. Peyton Davis had 10 points, four steals and three assists, while Abby Thompson added eight points, five assists and two steals, Anne Reynolds with seven points, Erin Reynolds with six, Trisha McMillan with five, Lindsey Kopp with three and Carley Brucks and Blakeley Fuemmeler each with two.
For Madison, Jessica Stoebe had six.
As for the Glasgow boys, they opened the first half with a 34-7 lead against Madison and then outscored the Panthers 30-11 in the second half for the victory.
Glasgow coach Mick Cropp said it’s always good to get a win in the conference on the road.
Senior Reid Littrell had a double-double in the game for Glasgow with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Joel Monnig finished the game with 10 points and seven rebounds, while Blake Hackman added eight points, five assists and three steals, Josh Sanders with seven, Jimmie Wilson with six, Dalton Reeves with four, Clay Littrell with three and Alex Mathews and Garrett Fuemmeler each with two.