Glasgow Girls Survive at the Buzzer, Meadville Cruises in 7th Place Games at Salisbury Invitational

The Salisbury Invitational Friday night featured a nail biting victory for the Glasgow Lady Jackets while the Meadville Eagles handled Marceline from the jump as both came away with a seventh place finish. In the girls game, the Paris Lady Coyotes entered the fourth quarter with a 23-22 advantage propelled by a seven-point third quarter by freshman Reese Sutton. With Glasgow leading 32-31, Paris freshman Sophia Crusha cleaned up the offensive board for a big time score.

Steven Findley Jr with the call on Superstation KRES and Glasgow leading scorer Halle Fuemmeler was scoreless in the third quarter, but erupted in the fourth with nine points including the game-winning bucket.

Paris had one more chance with just under six seconds to go, but the layup came up short as the buzzer sounded. Fuemmeler finished with 20 points to lead all scorers. Coach Molly Monnig.

Crusha contributed 12 points for Paris along with Sutton’s 10 points. Coach Garrett Thomas summarized his team’s performance.

Glasgow improves to 5-6 while Paris falls to 3-10.

Meadville beat Marceline 61-43 in the boys 7th place game. Junior Gauge Shiflett poured on 21 points including three makes from deep to lead the Eagles. Coach Ryan Young said his seniors showed leadership out on the floor in the win.

Meadville is now 4-9 with the Tigers falling to 0-10.

Paris Coach Garrett Thomas:

Glasgow Coach Molly Monnig:

Meadville Coach Ryan Young: