The Tri-Valley Mustangs swept the Trojans of West Central on Tuesday night, in Dakota Twelve action. Both games saw the host Mustangs finish the games strong.
In the Girls contest, Tri-Valley got out to a 27-8 lead after one quarter. However, West Central returned the favor in the second and the Mustang advantage was cut to 5 at halftime. Tri-Valley held that five point lead going into the fourth quarter, before the Trojans tied the game at 46 all with a couple of minutes left in regulation. Tri-Valley would end the game on an 8-1 run, winning 54-47. Tabor Teel led Tri-Valley with 15 points and West Central was led by Rylee Haldeman, who had 13.
Game Two saw the Tri-Valley boys build a 10 point advantage, 28-18, at halftime. West Central battled back in the third, trailing by two points going into the final frame. The Mustangs would out-score the Trojans 20-6 in the fourth and both teams emptied their benches towards the end of the game. The final was 59-43 in favor of Tri-Valley. Riley Haynes had 17 for the Mustangs and Kasan Abide had 17 for the Trojans.