Goshen News, Goshen, IN


March 15, 2014

2A NORTH JUDSON REGIONAL: It's on to semistate for Westview


"We needed a few more plays," Johnson said.

At semistate, Westview will face Cass, a 55-47 winner over Tipton in another regional final Saturday night. The location of that contest is yet to be determined.

First game

Westview 75, Hammond Bishop Noll 64

Earlier, down by 50-38 to No. 5 Hammond Bishop Noll early in the fourth quarter of Saturday afternoon’s Class 2A North Judson Regional semifinal contest, things were not looking too good for Westview.

But Westview rallied for a double-overtime victory over Noll to advance to Saturday night’s finals.

Aspy was a force, leading all scorers with 24 points.

Aspy left the game briefly in the fourth quarter after taking a shot from a Noll player and receiving a cut above his left eye. After a trip to the training room for a bandage and a fresh jersey, Aspy was back on the court.

All in a day’s work, the Westview standout said with a smile as a North Judson trainer patched him up after the game.

“It was a fist, or an elbow, or something,” Aspy said. “I just wanted to get back out there.”

Better rebounding was the key to Westview’s late rally, Aspy said.

In addition to Aspy’s 24 points, Westview got 15 from Zickafoose and 14 apiece from Bontrager and Weaver.

Noll was led by Larry Crisler with 23 points.


Westview 75, Noll 64

WESTVIEW — Jordyn Bontrager 2 10-12 14, Daron Miller 1 0-0 3, Judah Zickafoose 7 3-4 17, Jamar Weaver 3 6-6 14, Cody Litwiller 0 0-0 0, Darren Hershberger 0 3-4 3, Chandler Aspy 9 6-12 24. Team: 22 28-38 75.

NOLL — Michael Jakubielski 1 0-0 3, Jasinto Carter 1 0-2 2, Anthony Diaz 1

0-0 2, Marquis Tarver 7 1-1 18, Roman Penn 3 1-2 9, Tyreon Gates 0 3-3 3, Jaylen Hord 2 0-2 4, Larry Crisler 9 3-6 23, Lee Howard Jr. 0 0-2 0. Team: 24 7-18 64.

Noll 14 12 15 12 3 8 — 64

Westview 9 12 11 21 3 19 — 75

3-point goals: Noll 7 (Tarver 3, Penn 2, Crisler 2), Westview 3 (Weaver 2, DMiller 1). Fouls: Noll 28, Westview 15. Fouled out: None.


Contact sports editor David Vantress at 533-2151, ext. 325 or by email at david.vantress@goshennews.com. Follow him on Twitter at dvantress_tgn.


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