Senior Reid Littrell scores his 1,000th career point
It wasn’t a matter if the Glasgow boys and girls basketball teams were going to win Friday night in CAC action at Keytesville.
The biggest question was how much. While the Lady Yellowjackets prevailed over Keytesville by 40, 61-21, the Glasgow boys were even more impressive by leading the Tigers from start to finish for a 92-18 victory.
The Lady Yellowjackets, 13-3 on the season, led Keytesville 34-18 at the half and then outscored the Tigers 27-3 in the second half for the victory.
Nikki Fuemmeler finished the game with a double-double for Glasgow with 19 points and 10 rebounds.
Erin Reynolds had nine points and five rebounds while Abby Thompson added nine points and two steals, Trisha McMillan with nine points, one assist and one steal, Peyton Davis with six points, nine steals, three rebounds and two assists, Lindsey Kopp with four points, five rebounds and one assist, Carly Brucks with four points, Anne Reynolds with one rebound and one assist and Blakeley Fuemmeler with one rebound.
The Lady Yellowjackets also finished the game shooting 52.2 percent from the field and 46.2 percent from the foul line.
As for the Glasgow boys, they also jumped out to stay against Keytesville while leading 48-11 at the half and 75-15 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, the Yellowjackets outscored the Tigers 17-3 to win the game by 74.
Glasgow boys coach Mick Cropp said the boys came out and took control right out of the gate. “Congratulations to Reid Littrell on scoring his 1,000th career point in this game,” Cropp said.
Littrell also led the scoring attack in the game for Glasgow, 14-2 overall and 6-1 in the CAC, with 28 points along with three rebounds.
Josh Sanders finished the game with 12 points and six rebounds while Dalton Reeves added nine points and five rebounds, Landon Brand with nine points, two rebounds and two steals, Joel Monnig with six points and eight rebounds, Ethan Thompson with six points and nine assists, Austin Stockhorst with six points, one rebound, one assist and one steal, Blake Hackman with four points and three assists, Alex Mathews with three points and three assists, Jimmie Wilson with two points, three assists and two rebounds, Daniel McMillan with two points, two rebounds and two steals, Garrett Fuemmeler with two points and two rebounds, Austin Speiser with two rebounds, one assist and one steal and Christopher Frevert with one rebound.
The Yellowjackets also finished the game shooting 59 percent from the field and 55.6 percent from the foul line.