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Scottie Girls 0-2 Against Class A Teams

The Glasgow girls basketball team dropped their non-conference games this past week against two Class A teams. The Scotties fell 54-49 to the Sidney Eagles Jan. 20 before dropping a 40-32 contest to the Dawson County Red Devils the following night, both at home. Glasgow now holds a 1-3, 1-11 overall, record.

Sidney outscored Glasgow 13-8 in the opening eight minutes but Glasgow answered with 19 in the second quarter to tie the game at 27-27 heading into the second half. The Scotties outscored the Eagles 13-9 in the third but Sidney answered with an 18-point showing in the fourth while holding Glasgow to 9 points.

Daley Aune led the Scotties with 14 points, hitting two three-pointers. Joely Chappell showed her offensive skills with 13 points, dropping a trey and hitting 2-of-3 free throws. Carly Nelson dropped 2-of-2 bonus shots on her way to 10 points. Mayzie Yoakam and Kyndal Schraner scored 5 each, both with a free throw.

Sidney had nine fouls, only two in the second half while Glasgow had 10 after halftime, 16 total fouls. Tanae Baker, Yokam and Schraner were each called for three. Aune and Chappell drew two whistles a piece while Brielle Partridge and Nelson had one foul each.

The Scottie JV team won their game 46-23. Hayden Green put up 11 points, hitting 5-of-5 bonus shots. Riley Evenson-Glasoe scored 10 followed by Macy Martin with 8 and Piper Johnson with 7 points. Paityn Britzman hit for 5 and Gina Page 4 points.

Glasgow's C squad also notched a win, 37-32. Hannah Holinde scored 11 points followed by Page with 10, who went 8-for-15 at the free throw line. Britzman and Myli Swindler scored 4 each. Abbey Kulczyk, Ella Eggebrecht, Lacey White and Kheyerah Bilger scored 2 points each.

Glasgow fell to Glendive the following night after a second half surge by the visiting Red Devils. Glasgow led 6-2 after one quarter and 15-13 at the half. Glendive came out in the third to put up 12 points while holding Glasgow to 4. The Red Devils outscored the Scotties 15-13 in the fourth for the win.

Aune again led in points, putting up 11 with a trey. Chappell hit 2-of-2 free throws on her way to 8 points. Yoakam hit a trey and two free throws while Nelson scored 4 points. Partridge hit a bucket for Glasgow.

The Red Devils held their fouls to six, five in the second half, while Glasgow had 16, nine after the intermission. Nelson fouled out and Partridge had four fouls. Yoakam drew three calls while Aune and Schraner had two fouls each.

The Scottie JV team won their game decisively, 34-18. Hayden Green scored 16 points, going 4-for-12 at the line. Johnson added 6 while Page and Yoakam each scored 4 points. Martin and Evenson-Glasoe put up a bucket each and Baker hit a free throw.

Glasgow's C squad lost their game 38-33. Holinde hit 2-of-8 free throws and put up 8 total points. Page went 4-for-8 at the line and hit for 6 points. Britzman also scored 6 with a 2-for-3 showing at the line. White hit 4-of-4 bonus shots and also scored 6 total points. Kulczyk hit 1-of -2 free throws.

Glasgow returns to conference action this week with games against Malta and Wolf Point. The Scotties travel to Malta Thursday, Jan. 26. The JV boys play at 3 p.m. in the old gym with all other games taking place in the High School. C girls tip off at 3 p.m. also, followed by the JV girls at 4:30. The boys varsity game begins at 6 p.m. with the 7:30 p.m. girls varsity game concluding the night.

Friday, Jan. 27, the Scotties host the Wolf Point Wolves for Super Hero Night. C boys start the action at noon with the C girls following at 1:30 p.m. JV boys tip off at 3 p.m. with the JV girls playing at 4:30 p.m. The varsity boys hit the hardwood at 6 p.m. and the girls varsity game begins at 7:30 p.m.

 

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