The Christian Heritage School varsity boys basketball team was back on the road against Faith Prep on Tuesday, with the home team winning a 53-51 decision.

After a couple of lead swings going back and forth, the Kingsmen found themselves down by six points with three minutes to play. Forcing some turnovers and making some shots, CHS cut it to two with 37 seconds to play.

Clay Westermann tied the game with a pair of free throws (he went 15/16 from the stripe, scoring 30 points on the night).

On the next possession, the Kingsmen doubled the ball and got the Bulldog’s Chris Eybert (18 points, with a trio of 3-pointers) to give up the ball. Faith Prep got a shot off with two seconds remaining and the buzzer rang as the ball stuck to the rim.

It fell in, final score 53-51, giving Faith its first win of the season.

The Kingsmen fall to 2-2 with their next game at home in the Christian Heritage Christmas Tourney on Friday, Dec 18, at 7:45 p.m.