Olivia Dumm was in command from start to finish on Wednesday in leading Westfall to an 11-2 Scioto Valley Conference win over host Huntington.
The senior right-hander allowed two hits, a pair of unearned runs, walked a batter and struck out 14. She threw 112 pitches in the complete game, 75 of which were strikes.
The Mustangs reached the scoreboard first with a run in their first at-bat.
Delana Landefeld led off the game with a single to center, advanced to second one out later when Olivia Dumm coaxed a walk, stole third and scored on a pop out to second from Makayla Cook.
Westfall (1-3, 1-1) went back to work in the second.
Fuller drew a walk and was joined on the base pads following back-to-back singles from Emma Henry and Grace Long.
A groundout to third by Madison Kearney allowed Fuller to score. Landefeld followed with a single to center that chased home Henry and Long.
The Mustangs tacked on an insurance run in the third when Cook doubled to right, courtesy runner Logan McNeal advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored on a sacrifice fly to left off the bat of Sydney Fuller to give Westfall a 5-0 lead.
Huntington (4-4, 0-2) scored both of its runs in the third, but Westfall responded with four runs in its next at-bat.
Kearney opened the inning with a double to left, advanced to third on an infield single from Landefeld and scored on a line drive single to center courtesy of Ava Heath.
Following a popout and an intentional walk to Cook, Gabby Henry lined a single to right to knock in Henry and Landefeld. Cook was thrown out on the play trying to take third.
Gabby Henry advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored when Fuller lined a single to center.
Landefeld went 3-for-4 with two RBI and three runs scored, Heath was 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored and Emma Henry went a perfect 2-for-2 and scored to lead the Mustangs, who travel to Circleville on Saturday for non-conference games against Reedsville Eastern and John Glenn.
Huntington rallied with the final six runs of a SVC game on Wednesday to hand visiting Westfall its first setback of the season.
The Mustangs scored four runs in the third and twice in the fourth to take a 6-1 lead. Huntington came back with two runs in its half of the fourth, two more in the fifth and then a run each in the sixth and seventh.
Trent Walters went 2-for-4, including a pair of doubles, with two RBI and a run scored, Jaden Towler singled, drove in two runs and scored and Bryant Coker singled and drove in two runs to lead the Mustangs (4-1, 1-1), who continue conference play on Monday when they host Paint Valley.