Musial, who finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds, said the victory was great for Tri-West’s confidence as the Bruins had lost their last two games.
“We were in a slump,” Musial said. “We had to bounce back tonight and we did that. It give us a little fire moving on.”
Tri-West’s Trevor Waite added 15 points and five rebounds and Jerriontai Ragsdale chipped in 12 points.
“We have been working all week, moving the ball around the perimeter,” Musial said. “We were able to do that well tonight.”
Holden King led the way for Greencastle with a game-high 21 points, while Brody Bollman added 16 — 14 of which came in the second half.
Tri-West will look to build on the victory when they battle Southmont (3-11) on Feb. 7.