Amazingly, Westhill would get more points in OT (15) than in the second half (11), and it was Haggerty and eighth-grader Anna Ross that produced it all.
Haggerty got it started, with a steal and three-point play. Then Ross hit on a corner 3-pointer and her own three-point play, and Haggerty added a series of clinching free throws.
Of Haggerty's 22 points, eight of them came in the OT, and Ross earned six of her 13 points in that extra period as Christensen added 12 points and Kayla Stirpe seven points. Davis gave the Eagles 11 points.
With Marcellus holding off Phoenix 42-39 the night before, the Mustangs' Friday trip to Westhill will determine first place in the league standings - at least for now.