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Scottie Boys Fall to Mustangs at Home

Glasgow hosted Malta Wednesday night for Color Rush Night before the holiday break. The visiting Mustangs used a strong outside game – they drained eight three-pointers – to roll over the Scotties 61-34.

Six of those treys came in the first quarter as the Mustangs established a 22-13 lead over the Scotties. By the half, Malta was up 36-19.

Both teams put up 8 points in the third quarter but Malta outscored Glasgow by a 10-point margin in the fourth – 17-7 – as they cemented their win.

Keigan Ingram led the Scottties with 13 points, including Glasgow's only trey. Wyatt Babb hit five field goals for Glasgow. Dalton Sand added 6 points, Riley Smith and Beau Malnaa 2 each and KJ Ingram scored a free throw.

Glasgow played a clean game with only six total fouls, three in each half, while Malta was called for 11 fouls, five in the second half.

Keigan Ingram was called for two fouls, while Sand, Smith and Malnaa were called for one a piece.

The Scottie JV squad came much closer to victory, but still found themselves down by 5 points – 47-42 – when the final buzzer sounded.

Malta went up 15-11 after the first and held a 27-25 lead at the half. They were up 38-33 heading into the final eight minutes.

Vaughn Miller led all scorers with 17 points, including a three-pointer and going 4-for-6 at the line. Nic Solorzano added 6 and Myles Yoakam 5 points. Aiden Hoerster and Nate Hentges each scored 4 points while Ty Westby, Connor Hydyma and Malnaa added 2 a piece.

The Scotties were called for 17 fouls, nine in the second half. Hoerster and Miller were each called for four. Yoakam was called for three, Carter Hoerster two while Hentges, Hydyma, Solorzano and Malnaa had one each.

The boys C Squad earned the only Glasgow win in the rivalry games. The Scotties won 42-36 in Scottie gymnasium in a Monday night match-up.

Glasgow went up 12-4 at the end of the first quarter and fended off the Mustangs' second quarter rally to take a 17-15 lead into the break.

Malta outscored the home team 10-6 in the third to take a 25-23 lead into the final quarter but the Scotties exploded with 19 points and held the Mustangs to 11 for the Glasgow win.

The Scotties won with balanced scoring. Yoakam scored 8 and Dylan Plummer added 7 points. Noah Runner and Hudyma had 6 each while Kyler Holinde and Coy Nelson scored 4 a piece. Noah Leckie scored 3 and Rex Monson and Solorzano added 2 points each.

Glasgow was called for 13 fouls, eight in the second half. Runner, Solorzano and Leckie had two each. Holinde, Plummer, Hydyma, Yoakam and Nelson were cited with one a piece.

The Scotties return to the hardwood after the holiday break Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022, when the North Country Mavericks will be in town. The girls' JV game will begin at 3:30 p.m., followed by the boys' JV game at 5 p.m. The girls' varsity game is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. and the boys' game is slated for 8 p.m.

Glasgow travels to Scobey Saturday, Jan. 8, 2022 to take on the Spartans. Games will begin at 2:30 p.m.


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