The Glasgow boys basketball team left little doubt Friday night at home against the Keytesville Tigers while leading 44-3 at the half en route to a 88-9 victory.
The Yellowjackets, who closed out the regular season at 20-5 overall and 9-3 in the CAC, have now won 20-plus games over a span of seven years.
“It was a good night for our 6 seniors,” Cropp said. “We got to send them out with a win and also got a lot of kids some playing time.  Now we have to turn our attention to the district tournament.”
While outscoring Keytesville in each of the four quarters of play, the Yellowjackets also led 19-2 after one, 43-3 at the break and 71-6 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, Glasgow held a 17-3 advantage.
Senior Reid Littrell led the Yellowjackets with 15 points.
Joel Monnig had 11 points and eight rebounds while Blake Hackman added nine points and three steals, Austin Stockhorst with eight points and four steals, Daniel McMillan also with eight points, Josh Sanders with seven points, Christopher Frevert and Austin Speiser each with six, Dalton Reeves with five points, seven rebounds and a team-high seven steals, Alex Mathews also with five points, Ethan Thompson with three points, five assists and four steals, Clay Littrell with three points and Landon Brand with two points and three assists.
The Yellowjackets also finished the game shooting 49.2 percent from the field and 80 percent from the line.