OBSERVER Staff Report
WESTFIELD - Silver Creek once again proved to be too big, too fast and too deep on the basketball court with a 80-59 non-league win over Westfield (1-3) on Monday.
Kaine Kettle led the Black Knights (3-0) with 22 points, but he had plenty of help. Bill Brooks netted 21 points to go with 10 rebounds and three blocks while Zeddie Williams had another solid game with 14 points, eight rebounds and seven assits.
OBSERVER?Photos by Roger Coda
Westfield’s Dylan MacCubbin (12) goes up for a shot while being defended by Silver Creek’s Steve Marcey during Monday’s boys non-league basketball game.
Westfield’s Dan?DeMarco is being chased by Silver Creek’s Kaine Kettle.
"Kettle shot real well," Westfield coach Bob North said. "Brooks was impressive. He was tough inside. But Williams really makes them go."
Westfield has four players score in double-digits. Tanner Dahl led the way with 15 while Jon Coe added 13 and Dan DeMarco and Dylan McCubbin each had 10.
Coe also secured 11 rebounds while Tofil hauled in eight.
Westfield kicks off its CCAA Division 3 schedule Thursday, at Chautauqua Lake.
North?Collins 51, Forestville 43
FORESTVILLE - North Collins' dynamic duo of Jared Keppel and Jayden Keough was too much for the Forestville Hornets (2-2) as the Eagles (2-1) walked away with a 51-43 victory in boys' high school basketball non-league action.
Keppel scored 24 points and Keough added 20 for the winners.
The Eagles took a 14-10 lead into the second quarter and held a 26-19 edge at halftime. The vistiors outscored Forestville just 25-24 in the second half.
Keppel also pulled down 12 rebounds for the winners.
The Hornets had a dynmaic duo itself as it received a solid effort from Jacob Nosbisch and Adam Pleva. Nosbisch scored 18 points and Pleva added 17. Wayne Hartloff pulled down 11 rebounds in a losing effort.
Pleva kept the game close in the fourth quarter with nine points.
Forestville took the lead late in the fourth quarter, but North Collins regained the lead and made key foul shots down the stretch.
The Hornets return to action Friday at Ellicottville while North Collins takes on Gowanda on Wednesday.