Westfall secured a winning record for the season in the Scioto Valley Conference on Saturday with a 75-45 victory over host Zane Trace.
The Mustangs jumped out to a 22-9 lead and increased their advantage to 40-22 at halftime and 55-33 going into the fourth quarter.
Mahaley Farmer had a monster stat line of 20 points, 18 rebounds, seven steals and six assists for the Mustangs, and Marissa Mullins accounted for 18 points and eight rebounds. Gabby Patete added 12 points and five assists.
The Mustangs (13-9, 8-6) travel to Jackson on Wednesday to open tournament play with Lucasville Valley.
Teays Valley 58,
Worthington Kilbourne 39
Teays Valley buried 10 three-pointers on Monday to cruise to a 58-39 non-league win over visiting Worthington Kilbourne.
The Vikings held the Wolves to just three points during the second quarter, expanding a narrow 14-12 lead to a comfortable 31-15 advantage at halftime.
Reagan Willingham buried five three-pointers en route to a game-high 22 points, Jaylah Captain followed with 13 points and Megan Bush added a trio of triples on her way to 11 points.
Lauren Scott had 14 points to lead the Wolves (10-12).
The Vikings host Olentangy Orange on Saturday afternoon for their tournament opener.
Liberty Union 61
Will Riffle and Andrew Hunter combined for 44 points on Saturday to lead Amanda-Clearcreek to a 68-61 Mid-State League Buckeye Division win over visiting Liberty Union.
The Aces entered the second quarter trailing 19-16, but trimmed their deficit down to 33-32 at halftime and ended the third quarter with a 52-49 lead.
Riffle posted a double-double of 26 points and 14 rebounds, Hunter nailed four three-pointers en route to 18 points, Alex Smith had 10 points and six rebounds and Jayse Miller dished out seven assists, grabbed eight rebounds and scored six points for the Aces.
Amanda-Clearcreek (13-7, 6-7) hosts Unioto on Tuesday for a non-league game.
Fairfield Union 67,
A two-point second quarter put Circleville in a deficit it could not overcome on Saturday in a 67-43 MSL-Buckeye loss to host Fairfield Union.
The Tigers entered the second quarter trialing just 13-12, but were outscored 17-2 by the Falcons to go into halftime staring up at a 30-14 deficit.
Jay Styers led the Tigers with 13 points, with Evan Justice and Riley Gibson each adding seven.
Evan Conley poured in a game-high 21 points, and Huston Harrah and Ryan Magill each added 10 for the Falcons (12-7, 8-5).
The Tigers (6-13, 2-10) host Logan Elm on Tuesday for a league game.
Braves win at Alder
Logan Elm came home with hardware in hand on Saturday after winning the Ron Thomas Invitational at Jonathan Alder.
Blake Holzschuh (120 pounds), Peyton Bennett (145) and Bowen McConahay (195) won their respective weight classes. Dylan Hartranft (126) and Christian Algoe each finished second, and Trey Haupt (132), Luke Linton (170) and Collin Roar (285) all finished third.