Despite playing on the road, it was Southmoore (3-2) who started the game full of adrenaline and excitement. Braydon Powell was able to get deep post position and have his way early with the Jaguars front line as the Cats led 18-8 in the first quarter.
But the second quarter on belonged to Westmoore's trio of Dillion Thompson, Fuller and Trey Ayala as they turned the game around as they continued to attack the SaberCats defense.
This was punctuated midway through the fourth when Ayala got loose for a fastbreak opportunity and hammered down a dunk on Dominique Caster that caused the WMH fans to erupt and put the contest out of reach.
Powell led the Cats with 11 points. Logan Smith added 10.
Thompson scored 16 and Ayala posted 15 in the winning effort.
Southmoore girls 51, Westmoore 34: In one of her final games against the Jaguars, senior Kayla Tucker spearheaded a first quarter blitz that saw Southmoore run out to a quick 17-2 advantage. By the time the period ended Westmoore found itself trailing by 22 points and never recovered.
Victoria Loy paced the Jaguars (2-3) with 10 points. Kaci Richardson added 8.
Four players scored in double figures for the SaberCats (5-1), led by Kye Gilbert, who had 14. Serithia Hawkins chipped in with 13. Tucker scored 12 and thought the team's overall performance sent a message.
"It feels really good," Tucker said. "They were really underestimating us this year. The rankings came out today. And they didn't put us in a place we liked. So we had something to prove today and I liked how my team responded to it."