Scottie Boys Win One, Lose One
January 26, 2022
The Glasgow boys basketball team rolled over the Spartans 60-26 in Scobey on Thursday before dropping a tight game, 38-36, to the Class A Eagles in Sidney on Friday.
Glasgow hit double-digit scoring in every quarter in Scobey while holding their opponents to under 10 points in those same frames. The Scotties led 11-8 after one and went up 23-16 at the half.
Back on the hardwood, Glasgow put up 16 points in the third while holding Scobey to 6. The Scotties outscored the Spartans 21-4 in the final eight minutes.
Keigan Ingram put up 16 points for Glasgow, scoring half of those in the first quarter and going 8-for-9 from the field.. Wyatt Babb added 14, going 4-for-4 from three-point range. Riley Smith, KJ Ingram and Bergen Miller added 7 points a piece. Beau Malnaa scored 5 and Dalton Sand connected on two field goals. The Scotties went 7-for-11 on three-pointers and hit 65.8 percent overall from the field.
Glasgow pulled down 22 rebound, 18 defensive. Smith pulled down seven boards and Keigan Ingram had five.
Keigan Ingram also led in steals with three. Malnaa had two and Miller one. KJ Ingram and Smith each notched a blocked shot in the win. Babb led in assists with five, followed by KJ Ingram with three and Miller with two.
The Scottie JV squad also brought home a win, 56-38, after overcoming a 12-9 first quarter deficit. Glasgow went on to score 13, 17 and 17 in the remaining quarters.
Myles Yoakam led the squad with 13 points with three treys. Beau Malnaa added 12. Vaugn Miller added 6, Aiden Hoerster, Connor Hudyma and Ashton Potter 5 each, Nate Hentges and Jordan Cook 4 a piece, Nic Solorzano 3 and Toryn Richards 1 point.
The Scotties’ C squad defeated the Spartans 40-24 with a balanced offense. Noah Runner scored 8 points while Rex Monson, Hudyma, and Coy Nelson added 6 each. Ty Westby connected on two field goals. Kyler Holinde and Dylan Plummer scored 3 each and Carter Hoerster and Noah Leckie added 2 points a piece.
The next night in Sidney, the Eagles took a 2-point lead after the first quarter, 7-5, and maintained that margin at the end of the next three quarters. Glasgow was down 20-18 at the half and trailed 28-26 going into the final quarter.
Glasgow was called for 15 fouls, eight in the second half. Keigan Ingram fouled out while Smith was called for four. Sand had three fouls, B. Miller two and Babb and KJ Ingram one each.
Babb led the Scotties with 11 points followed by KJ Ingram with 10 and Smith with 9 points. Miller added 4 and Keigan Ingram scored 2 points. Babb and B. Miller had two assists each and Smith had one helper.
Babb also led in rebounds with 6 of the Scotties 19. Smith, B. Miller and Keigan Ingram had three each. B. Miller had two steals, while Smith, KJ Ingram, Keigan Ingram and Sand had one each. Babb and Smith each had a blocked shot.
The Scottie JV squad fell by a score of 36-22. V. Miller led the team with 8 points followed by Malnaa and Yoakam with 6 each and Richards with 2 free throws.
Glasgow’s C squad also dropped their game, 39-30. Monson led the squad with 8 points followed by Plummer with 6 and Westby with 5 points. C. Hoerster added 4 while Hudyma and Nelson scored 3 each and Runner hit a free throw.
Glasgow travels to Malta on Thursday, Jan. 27. The JV boys will play at 3 p.m. in the old gym. The Scottie girls C squad plays at 3 p.m. in the new gym, followed by JV girls at 4:30 p.m. The varsity girls play at 6 p.m. followed by the varsity boys at 7:30 p.m. Games in the main gym will by on the NFHS Network and varsity games will be live on KLTZ radio. The boys C squad played Monday evening.
Friday, Jan. 28, the Scotties host the Wolf Point Wolves for Super Hero Night. C squad girls play at noon followed by the boys C squad at 1:30 p.m.The girls’ JV game starts at 3 p.m. followed by the boy’s JV at 4:30 p.m. Girls varsity starts at 6 p.m. and the boys varsity concludes the day with a 7:30 p.m. start time.
The Scotties are back on the road Saturday, Jan. 29, taking on the North Country Mavericks in Saco. JV girls kick off the action at 1 p.m. followed by a half-game for the JV boys at 2:30 p.m. Varsity girls play at 3:30 p.m and the varsity boys begin at 5 p.m.