The Glasgow boys and girls basketball made had little trouble in the opening round of the Marceline Hoops tournament on Friday, Dec. 28th, with the Lady Yellowjackets beating Higbee 69-4 and the boys prevailing over Keytesville 76-14. The Lady Yellowjackets, the No. 1 seed in the tournament along with the Glasgow boys, led Higbee 41-2 at the half and 65-2 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, Glasgow outscored Higbee 4-2 for the victory. Glasgow coach Molly Monnig said the girls played very hard the entire game. “It was good to get back on the court and compete after break,” Monnig said. “Every team member was able to contribute on the offensive and defensive end. We were able to play all of our kids for equal time. It was a good opportunity for some of our kids to gain more experience and confidence.” Nikki Fuemmeler led a balanced scoring attack in the game for Glasgow with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Anne Reynolds finished the game with 11 points while Trisha McMillan added 10 points, Abby Thompson with nine points, eight steals and six assists, Peyton Davis with seven points, seven assists and four steals, Lindsey Kopp with six points and six rebounds, Erin Reynolds also with six points, Carley Brucks with two points and four rebounds and Blakeley Fuemmeler with 10 rebounds. The Lady Yellowjackets also finished the game shooting 46 percent from the field and 100 percent from the foul line. The Glasgow boys also led Keytesville from start to finish while going up 44-7 at the half and 63-12 after three quarters of play. The Yellowjackets also held a 13-2 scoring edge in the final period to win by 62. Joel Monnig led three players in double figures for Glasgow with 14 points and eight rebounds. Ethan Thompson chipped in 11 points and four steals while Reid Littrell added 10 points and six rebounds, Blake Hackman with nine points and six steals, Dalton Reeves with seven points and three rebounds, Josh Sanders with six points and three rebounds, Landon Brand with five points, three rebounds and two steals, Alex Mathews with five points and three steals, Jimmie Wilson with three points, four steals, four assists and three rebounds and Clay Littrell, Garrett Fuemmeler and Austin Speiser each with two points. The Yellowjackets also finished the game shooting 44.4 percent from the field and 60 percent from the foul line.