McGlasson hit 5-of-8 shots, including 4-of-6 from beyond the arc, as Myerscough made 25-of-60 shots — 6-of-16 from distance. Sam Chigbo also had a career day with 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting to go with six rebounds and Sam Akano and Bradley Kaboza each chipped in 11 points.
“There really was a need for a response — we were quite disappointed with the performance and the result against Keila,” said Myerscough head coach Neal Hopkins. “It was nice to see different guys take responsibility and step up in key moments.”
Myerscough broke open a three-point game with a 9-0 run to start the second quarter, sparked by McGlasson’s three. Sco then outscored TTÜ 36-13 over a two-quarter stretch and the lead was never threatened.
Myerscough held a 42-26 margin on the glass, including 16-9 at the offensive end. Sco added 19 second-chance points and outscored TTÜ 36-8 in the paint.
Ralfs Kuttis led TTÜ, which had 20 turnovers, with 11 points in the loss. TTÜ shot just 28.6 percent, but connected on seven 3-pointers.
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