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Wolves Fall Short In Glasgow

Wolves Fall Short In Glasgow Wolves Fall Short In Glasgow


Wolf Point’s boys’ basketball team gave Glasgow a scare with a second-half comeback, but the Wolves fell at Glasgow by a 62-54 final on Thursday, Dec. 21.

The visiting Wolves trailed by a 35-20 half-time margin and Glasgow increased its advantage to 19 points early in the third quarter.

Cade Stafne, a senior, then got hot for the Wolves as Wolf Point battled back to 53-42. Stafne scored 11 points in the period including three three-pointers.

Wolf Point’s Peyton Summers accounted for the opening five points of the fourth period to pull the Wolves to six points.

Glasgow, however, used the strong inside game of Wyatt Babb and Cade Hudyma to build the margin back up to 12 points en route to the victory.

Wolf Point’s top scorers were Stafne with 16 and Summers with 11 points.

Jack Kolstad finished with eight points. Rebel Mays and Zandon Calder added six points each.

Also scoring were Richard Campbell with three, Sean Hamilton with two and DJ Fischer with two points.

Leading Glasgow were Hudyma with 29, Babb with 16 and Myles Yoakam with 13 points.

A three-pointer by Kolstad and a basket off a rebound by Calder put the Wolves ahead 11-5 early in the game, but Glasgow moved ahead 18-14 at the end of the period.

The Scotties increased their lead to 26-14 with the first eight points of the second quarter including four by Hudyma, a 6-6 freshman.

After Summers scored for the Wolves, Glasgow ran off the next six points and went on to hold a 35-20 half-time advantage.

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