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Fairfield hands first loss to West Noble

Fairfield overcame a half-time deficit to beat undefeated conference rival West Noble.


Posted on Jan. 31, 2014 at 11:03 p.m.

BENTON — Fairfield overcame a half-time deficit to beat undefeated conference rival West Noble.

Joe Line led the Falcons by tallying 21 points. The Falcons Marcus Rodes also added 13 to the winning effort.

West Noble’s Drew Schermerhorn had a huge night with 25 points including four 3-pointers. With the victory, Fairfield moves to 8-4 on the season heading into their matchup with Northridge Saturday night.

Fairfield 62,

West Noble 59

West Noble — Brandon Evans 13, Drew Schermerhorn 25, Drew Wiley 0, Nik Risser 0, Brandon Moser 7, Phil Miller 7, Waylon Richardson 7, Kyler Warble 0, Landon Stover 0, Grant Moser 0. Totals: 14 7-12 59.

Fairfield — Mitch Dewitt 0, John Stack 6, Josh Stephens 6, Marcus Rodes 13, Brock Goeglein 7, Sam Brown 6, Clay Bontrager 0, Kegan Showalter 0, Joe Line 21, Thomas Martin 3, Nathan Azzarito 0. Totals: 12 14-20 62.

Scoring By Quarters

West Noble — 20 12 13 14 — 59

Fairfield — 16 14 14 18 — 62

3-point goals: West Noble (8) — Schermerhorn 4, Evans 3, Brandon Moser 1; Fairfield (8) — Line 3, Stephens 2, Goeglein, Rodes, Stack 1.

Rebounds: West Noble (23) — Richardson 8; Fairfield (26) — Rodes 7.

Assists: West Noble (12) — Miller 5; Fairfield (13) — Rodes, Line 5.

Steals: West Noble (4) — Richardson 2; Fairfield (6) — Rodes, Stephens 2.

Turnovers: West Noble 14, Fairfield 14.

Total fouls: West Noble 16, Fairfield 17. Fouled out — Evans.

Records: West Noble 11-1 (4-1 NECC), Fairfield 8-4, (4-1 NECC).

Next: Fairfield at Northridge Saturday, Feb. 1; West Noble at NorthWood Tuesday, Feb. 4.

JV: Fairfield 47, West Noble 23. Top scorers: West Noble — Drew Wiley 5; Fairfield — Brady Willard 18. JV records: Fairfield 8-3.



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