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Bontrager’s 26 keys Westview boys victory

Jordyn Bontrager's 26 points helped Westview hand West Noble its third straight loss

Posted on Feb. 7, 2014 at 11:13 p.m.

TOPEKA — Jordyn Bontrager filled the stat sheets on Friday, Feb. 7 to lead Westview to a key 66-55 victory over West Noble.

Bontrager led the Warriors with 26 points, while adding five assists, five rebounds and two blocked shots in the NECC victory. He was also 4-of-4from 3-point range.

Chandler Aspy added 16 points and six boards for Westview, while Judah Zickafoose added 10 points. Drew Schermerhorn topped West Noble with 21 points.

The loss was the third straight for West Noble after opening the season at 11-0.

Westview 66, West Noble 55

West Noble — Brandon Evans 12, Drew Schermerhorn 21, Brandon Moser 4, Phil Miller 10, Waylon Richardson 8, Landon Stover 0. Totals: 18 11-14 55.

Westview — Jordyn Bontrager 26, Daron Milller 2, Judah Zickafoose 10, Brody Jantzi 1, Cody Litwiller 0, Chase Anderson 0, Damon Hershberger 4, Chandler Aspy 16. Totals: 23 15-21 66.

Scoring By Quarters

West Noble — 10 11 6 28 — 55

Westview — 15 17 14 20 — 66

3-point goals: West Noble (8) — Evans 4, Richardson 2, Miller, Schermerhorn; Westview (5) — Bontrager 4, Weaver.

Rebounds: West Noble (19) — Schermerhorn 5; Westview (21) — Aspy 6.

Assists: West Noble (7) —Miller 5 ; Westview (8) —Bontrager 5 .

Turnovers: West Noble 12, Westview 7.

Total fouls: West Noble 7, Westview 16.

Records: Westview 10-3 (6-0 in NECC), West Noble 11-3 (4-2).

Next: Hamilton at Westview Saturday, Feb. 8.



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