The Muskegon Heights girls basketball team is district champs.

The Tigers pulled out a gutsy 62-58 overtime win over host Muskegon Catholic to win the Division 4 title on Friday night.

Ty’Veonna Davis came through for Muskegon Heights in the clutch, scoring a game-high 29 points with 11 points arriving in OT. Davis hit key free throws down the stretch, making 7 of 8 in the extra period.

Muskegon Heights battled the Crusaders to a 9-2 first-quarter lead and a 26-13 advantage at halftime.

But Muskegon Catholic stepped up in the second half behind the play of Carrie Ladd. Scoring all 18 of her points in the second half and OT, Ladd drained four 3-pointers that included two in a big third quarter.

The Crusaders used a 22-9 third quarter run to knot the score, 35-35. The two teams played even in the fourth with Muskegon Heights using the free throw line to stay in the game with 7 of 12.

Muskegon Heights battled against an MCC team that was plagued at the free-throw line the entire night. The Crusaders shot 13 of 51 at the charity stripe, which included 1 of 5 in overtime.

The Tigers on the other hand made 20 of 37 shots at the line, improving from their 4 of 11 in the first half.

Muskegon Heights came through with the win with help from Tenehia Nolen’s 11 points and A’Neia Johnson’s seven.

MCC finished with four players in double figures. Claire Lavigne and McKenna Gentry came through with 13 and 12 points, respectively. Sara Albanese chipped in 10 for the Crusaders.

The big win advances the Tigers to Tuesday’s regional semifinal at Martin High School for a 5:30 p.m. tip off against Martin.

Check out a few photos from the game shot by Trent Alphenaar.