The Shamrocks might be finding their groove.

After an early-week loss at home to Harrison, Westfield picked up a home win over Hamilton Heights Friday. Then — Saturday — the Shamrocks got their biggest win of the season in a 57-50 home victory over Class 4A No. 6 Hamilton Southeastern.

Westfield's Caleb Welch led all scorers with 13 points and was one of four Shamrocks who finished in double-figures.

Westfield held a one-point lead heading into the fourth, but Southeastern used an early bucket in the quarter from Chris Grubbs to take the edge at 40-39. Senior Josh Van Dyke gave Westfield the lead right back, and the Shamrocks didn’t surrender it the rest of the way. Southeastern was able to tie the score twice in the fourth, but the Royals were never able to jump back in front. With the score knotted at 50, Van Dyke hit a pair of free throws to give Westfield the lead for good. Welch, Van Dye and junior Zach Banks converted 7-of-8 shot at the charity stripe down the stretch to secure Westfield’s win over its Hoosier Crossroads Conference opponent.

Van Dyke finished with 10 points, including shooting 6-of-6 at the foul line. Banks, who kept the Shamrocks in the game in the first quarter with a pair of baskets, scored 13. Banks also was perfect at the foul line, making all four of his attempts. As a team, Westfield shot 13-of-14 at the line. Southeastern made 12-of-20 free throws.

Senior Chad Birchfield led the Royals in points with 11, including hitting one of Southeastern’s two 3’s. Westfield outscored HSE 18-6 from behind the arc. Senior Nick Bowman finished second on Southeastern with 10 points. Westfield sophomore gave the Shamrocks their fourth double-figures scorer with 11.

Westfield (9-10) plays its next three games on the road, starting with a Tuesday night matchup at Western Boone (7-11).

Southeastern (17-5) returns to action Friday at home against HCC foe Brownsburg (16-4).