Danielle Conley and Cassie Broadhead spearheaded Scotia-Glenville's offense. Conley netted 12 of her team-high 19 points in the second half and added 11 rebounds, while Broadhead drained three three-point shots on her way to an 18-point night.
"Danielle [Conley] was sprinting through her lanes in the second half, and when she sprints her lanes, she gets open looks," said Burns.
Broadhead has been Scotia-Glenville's most consistent scorer. The freshman guard averages 17.2 points per game and is the Lady Tartans' best three-point shooter.
"She's a great player," said Burns. "She knows her role [as a shooter], and even if she has an off night, she keeps at it until it's not."
Sarah Janson contributed nine points and 10 steals for Scotia-Glenville. Sarah Cope led Broadalbin-Perth with eight points.
The Lady Tartans look to complete the first half of the Foothills Council season undefeated when they visit South Glens Falls Friday, and Burns said her team will see the Bulldogs' best effort.
"We have to be prepared to play every game," said Burns.""