“This game was all I could think about all week,” Greenfield said. “During our winter formal dance last week, winning the Mission League title was on my mind.” Greenfield finished 4 of 6 from beyond the 3-point line on the night, making two of those treys from 24 feet away. The Yale-bound point guard’s performance came on senior night – odd, considering she’s the only senior on the Wolverines’ roster. Harvard-Westlake boasts five freshmen, including Nesbit and Hung. “To be honest, I didn’t expect to win this thing when the season started,” Greenfield said. “The younger girls stepped up, and we just kept winning games. We’re confident as ever right now. It’s been a great run.” Harvard-Westlake, ranked No. 5 in the area by the Daily News, won just threeMission League games last season to finish in fourth place. No. 8 Chaminade, which has already clinched at least a share of second place, last won a league title in 2003. Mara Lux and Erin Dautremont each scored 10 points for the Eagles, who led Harvard-Westlake in the final minutes on Jan. 20, but lost 47-44 to the Wolverines at home. [email protected] (818)713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It was that kind of night for the Harvard-Westlake of Studio City girls’ basketball standout, who scored a game-high 24points as the host Wolverines clinched the Mission League title with a 72-42 victory over Chaminade of West Hills. Nicole Hung scored 15 points, and Nicole Nesbit added 14 for Harvard-Westlake (20-5, 9-0), which last won a league title in 2004. Chaminade trailed by seven points midway through the third quarter, but the Eagles (18-7, 7-2) were outscored 20-4 in the final period. YoYo Greenfield called for the ball at the top of the key Tuesday night, then buried a 24-foot 3-pointer. She clapped from the right corner moments later, before hitting another with a hand in her face.