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March 28, 2014

2A STATE PREVIEW: Park Tudor presents tall challenge for Westview

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EMMA — High scoring

Park Tudor is averaging 82.0 points per game on offense, which leads the state.

Westview’s leading scorers are 5-10 senior Jordyn Bontrager (17.2 ppg), 6-3 junior Chandler Aspy (15.8), 5-11 senior Jamar Weaver (9.7) and 6-3 senior Judah Zickafoose (9.3).

“Bontrager and Aspy are top-notch players,” Cox said. “We are going to have our hands full with Bontrager. He is a great point guard and a great shooter. “Westview is a physical team. They have nice shooters and are a complete team. That is why there are here. Our kids know they have got guard the Westview players and that we need to take care of the ball. We have to play our game.”

The Warriors have won 12 straight since a 56-54 loss to Prairie Heights on Feb. 13.

“We had a lot of key players on the bench in the Prairie Heights game,” Yoder said. “We had some players injured early in the season and we got the last three back about mid-January.

“We only had seven players when we started the NECC tournament. Once we got all 10 of them together and on the same page we started to get better.”

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Westview Warriors

Name, position    Height    Grade

Jordyn Bontrager, G    5-10    Senior

Damon Hershberger, F    6-0    Senior

Daron Miller, G    6-0    Senior

Jamar Weaver, F    5-11    Senior

Judah Zickafoose, C-F    6-3    Senior

Chandler Aspy, F    6-3    Junior

Brody Jantzi, G    5-9    Junior

Cody Litwiller, F    6-0    Junior

Chase Anderson, F    6-1    Soph.

Kade Miller, G    6-0    Soph.

Tim Miller G    5-10    Soph.

Andrew Yoder, F    6-1    Soph.

Coach: Rob Yoder (189-80 in 11 seasons).

Assistants: Rusty Yoder, Ross Hales, Ryan Yoder, Randy Miller.

Park Tudor Panthers

Name, position    Height    Grade

Nick Beeson, F    5-11    Senior

Trevon Bluiett, F    6-6    Senior

Andy Foster, G    6-3    Senior

Alex Mack, G    6-1    Senior

Austin Shelton, G    5-11    Senior

Sloan Shearman, G    6-1    Senior

Evan Frank, F    6-8    Junior

Dewayne Gibson, F    6-4    Junior

Bryce Moore, G    6-2    Junior

Brandon Tiassum, C    6-5    Junior

Jaren Jackson Jr., F    6-6    Frosh

Kobe Webster, G    5-9    Frosh

Coach: Kyle Cox (23-4 in one season).

Assistants: Mike O’Bryan, Nolan Bernard, Roy Hairston, Lane Walters.

 

 

 

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