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Boys basketball: Aspy scores 21 as Westview rolls past Central Noble

Posted on Jan. 29, 2014 at 11:50 p.m.

 ALBION — Chandler Aspy scored 21 points to lead four Westview players in double figures as the Warriors defeated Central Noble 70-31 in Northeast Corner Conference boys basketball action on Wednesday, Jan. 29.

The Warriors raced to a 40-13 halftime lead and cruised to their seventh victory of the season.

Jordan Bontrager backed Aspy with 14 points, while Jamar Weaver added 13 and Judah Ziakafoose 11.

 

Westview 70, Central Noble 31

Westview — Jordan Bontrager 14, Devon Miller 3, Judah Zickafoose 11, Jamar Weaver 13, Brody Jantzi 0, Cody Litweiller 3, Andrew Yoder 3, Chase Anderson 2, Chandler Aspy 21. Totals: 26 15-20 70.

Central Noble — Joel Cochard 3, Mason Smith 6, Kaleb Smith 1, E.J. Andrews 4, Connor McCoy 4, Brock Noe 3, Jeremy Coney 7, Zach Robinson 3. Totals: 8 13-23 31.

Scoring By Quarters

Westview 19 21 18 12 — 70

Central Noble 8 5 10 8 — 31

3-point goals: Westview (3) — Bontrager, Miller, Litweiller; Central Noble (2) — Smith 2.

Fouls: Westview 22, Central Noble 17. Fouled out — Jantzi.

Records: Westview 7-3.

Next: Westeview at Eastside Friday, Jan. 31.

JV: Westview 50, Central Noble 26.



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