The Glasgow boys and girls raised its season record to 7-0 and conference mark to 3-0 by turing back the Westran Hornets last night in Glasgow by the scores of 54-23 and 41-34, respectively.
The Glasgow boys outscored Westran in each of the four quarters of play and led 13-6 after one, 28-11 at the half and 50-20 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, the Yellowjackets held a 4-3 advantage.
Glasgow coach Mick Cropp said Westran came out and played really strong and aggressively defensively. “We played well defensively all game and really well offensively in the third quarter,” Cropp said.
Reid Littrell finished the game with 19 points and six rebounds for the Yellowjackets, who shot 47.6 percent from the field and 55.6 percent from the free-throw line.
Blake Hackman chipped in 10 points and two steals while Ethan Thompson added eight points, six rebounds and six assists, Joel Monnig with seven points and four rebounds, Landon Brand with six points and Dalton Reeves with four points.
As for the Lady Yellowjackets, they also led from start to finish against Westran while taking a 11-2 lead after one and a 22-10 advantage into the half. Meanwhile, in the second half, the Lady Hornets outscored Glasgow 24-19.
Glasgow girls coach Molly Monnig said the girls struggled shooting the ball from the field all night. “We were taking good shots that we normally make, but we couldn’t get them to fall,” Monnig said. “The girls did a good job of continuing to play good defense. I was proud of the fact that the girls found a way to win even though things weren’t going well on the offensive end. Westran played a very physical game.”
Nikki Fuemmeler had nine points and 11 rebounds to lead the Yellowjackets.
Erin Reynolds finished the game with eight points and four rebounds while Trisha McMillan also chipped in eight points, Abby Thompson and Peyton Davis each with six points and Lindsey Kopp with four points.
For the game, the Lady Yellowjackets shot just 25 percent from the field, 5.6 percent from the three-point arc and 60 percent from the foul line.
Westran was led by Bobbi Nejedly with 19 points.