The Glasgow Yellowjackets split with the Madison Panthers on Glasgow’s senior night in Monday evening.
In the girls game, the Lady Panthers spoiled the Lady Jacket celebration with 44-37 victory. The two schools competed in a defensive struggle for three quarters of play. Holding a 28-27 lead entering the fourth quarter, Lady Panther senior Keleigh Bennett provided two big shots.
Scott Lunte with the calls of Bennett’s two triples 90 seconds into the quarter. Madison would never look back, preserving a two possession lead for the rest of the game. Coach Dalton Armontrout liked the way his defense buckled down late.
Bennett scored a game-high 26 points and her team improves to 15-7. Freshman Brenna Hubbard tallied 18 for the 8-12 Lady Jackets.
In the boys game, Yellowjacket senior Adris Hamilton shined in front of the home crowd by scoring 24 first half points enroute to a 72-40 victory. Hamilton drained his first seven shots of the game and forced Madison to burn three timeouts in one and a half quarters of play. Coach Mick Cropp says if Hamilton helps lead the team with scoring, then you can keep an eye on them come district time.
Hamilton ended up with only four second half points, but it was good enough for a game-high 28 points in the game. Madison was paced by senior Caleb Chapman’s 10.
Glasgow improves to 13-7 while Madison drops to 7-14.
Glasgow boys coach Mick Cropp:
Glasgow girls coach Molly Monnig:
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