Muskegon girls basketballĀ used defensive pressure and key plays down the stretch from Kailyn Nash to top host Grand Haven 39-37 in non-league game on Tuesday night.
Nash hit her lone field goal of the game late in the fourth to put MuskegonĀ up 36-30 and grabbed a key offensive rebound in the last minute to seal the deal for the Big Reds.
Muskegon held Grand Haven offensive threat All Keyser scoreless in the third and was able to take a 25-23 lead into the fourth quarter.
The two teams played to a 10-10 tie after the first quarter and Grand Haven took a 18-14 lead at halftime.
Alyza Winston led the Big Reds with 13 points, Daz’sha Day added 12 points and five assists while Diynasti Dowell had 10 points and six rebounds.
Grand Haven was led by Keyser with 14 points and Sophia Mariani with 11 points.