RED ROCK, Okla. —
Glencoe 87, Frontier 39
In their two previous meetings the Class A top-ranked Glencoe Panthers beat Frontier with ease — winning both games by more than 50 points. The Panthers didn’t show any complacency as they pulled ahead early in an 87-39 victory.
Glencoe (19-0) made six 3-pointers in the first quarter and 12 total for the game. Ty Lazenby hit three of them in the first quarter as Glencoe pulled ahead 28-11 after one.
“We came out like (Frontier) girls did and shot the 3-ball well,” Lazenby said. “We built a lead and they never got back in it. We have a tough one in Tonkawa tomorrow so it was good to get some rest.”
Ty scored 13 points in the first and 25 for the game with five 3-pointers. Jake Lazenby hit three 3-pointers in the first half and five for the game — finishing with 21 points. Glencoe led by at least 20 points from the second quarter on.
“We were overmatched but I wish my boys would have competed better,” Weckstein said.
In the second half, Coach Lazenby rested his starters. Dylan Billingslea took advantage of his extra minutes and scored nine points.
“He’s a sophomore and is going to be a good player for us,” Lazenby said. “He’s got some time this year. Next year with Jake, Sean (Smith) and Quentin (Ash) graduating he will be able to step in.”
Tyler Armstrong led the Mustangs in scoring with 10 points. Jaysen Ratliff contributed seven and Eli Horinek added six.