A strong finish to a non-league game allowed host Amanda-Clearcreek to post its second-straight with a 44-40 verdict over Westfall.
The Aces entered the fourth quarter trailing 31-30, but rallied with Emily Buckley scoring six points in the final period and Megan Tooill adding five.
Buckley finished with 15 points, Tooill followed with 14 and Gravis Davis chipped in six.
Marissa Mullins posted a game-high 16 points, and Tara Wolfe and Grace Wolfe added eight apiece for the Mustangs.
The Mustangs (1-2) open Scioto Valley Conference play on Thursday at Adena, and the Aces (2-2) resume Mid-State League Buckeye Division competition on Friday when they host Teays Valley.
Logan Elm 16
Logan Elm dropped a non-league tilt on Saturday against host Chillicothe.
Maggie Wilson and Cadence Haupt paced the Braves with four points apiece, and Hannah Rhoads and Enaja Fischer added three each.
The Braves (0-3) host Hamilton Township on Friday for a MSL-Buckeye contest.
New Hope Christian 37,
Liberty Christian 6
New Hope scored 17 of the first 19 points of a non-league game on Tuesday on its way to a 37-6 victory over Liberty Christian.
Six different players reached the scoring column for the Stateswomen in the first quarter, which ended with New Hope holding a 17-2 advantage.
Maren McCallister and Ivy Hines led the early charge with four points apiece and Eden Leist added three points.
McCallister finished with a game-high 15 points, Leist tallied eight and Hines added six.
New Hope is off until Dec. 9 when it hosts Whitehall.
Grove City 64,
Teays Valley 50
A 28-point outburst by Grove City in the third quarter changed the complexion of a non-league game and sent host Teays Valley to a 64-50 setback.
The Vikings entered the second half trailing just 28-26. Jackson Smith led the Vikings with nine points at intermission and Brayden Primmer added five points.
“We played hard and at times really well,” TV coach Brian Barnett said. “The atmosphere was awesome tonight. It was nice to have fans back in the stands and our student sections was great.”
Grove City held the Vikings to just nine points in the pivotal third period to grab a 56-35 lead.
“The first half saw some good basketball, but the third quarter was not kind to us and Grove City really took over in that period,” Barnett said.
Peyton Weiler led the Vikings with 12 points, Smith tallied nine, Primmer had eight and Reese Sauerbrun tacked on seven for the Vikings (0-1), who open MSL-Buckeye play on Saturday at Logan Elm.
“Brayden Primmer placed well tonight coming off the bench,” Barnett said. “Also Peyton Weiler had a solid game for us both offensively and defensively. Peyton is that playmaker that we need.
“We will take a look at game film and make some corrections to get ready and take on Logan Elm.”
New Hope Christian 72,
Patriot Prep 51
Lane Bruning felt like contributing an absurd stat line Tuesday night to help lead New Hope in a 72-51 win over Patriot Prep
The 6-foot-6 junior center scorched the nets for 30 points and brought down 20 rebounds for an impressive double-double.
Tyler Cook followed with 13 points, Simon Kuhlwein had 11 and Andrew Swank added six for the Statesmen (2-0), who host Fairfield Christian on Tuesday.
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