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Nareds 39 points lifts Westview over Jesuit

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by: TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Westview Wildcats wing Jaime Nared Ashley Scoggin (30) shoots over Jesuit Crusaders wing Ellie Sears (30) at Westview High School.

Westview High senior wing Jamie Nared had a signature game in her campaign to be thought of as the best girls' basketball player in Oregon this season.

Nared was virtually unstoppable, scoring 39 points to stiffly a furious comeback attempt by Jesuit High and lift the Wildcats to a 63-49 victory.

“My teammates did a great job of finding me on the court,” Nared said. “That’s the biggest thing as far as my shooting. They did a good job finding me.”

Nared got help from point guard Ashley Scoggin, who scored 15 points.

Jesuit was led by post Alzena Henry who scored 20 points.

“I was being aggressive and finally getting back into my rhythm,” Henry said. “I just tried to be aggressive and help my teammates out.”

Jesuit guard Kate Andersen added 11 points.

Westview jumped on Jesuit early. The Wildcats began the game on a 10-2 run and finished the first quarter up 23-7.

“We came out with a lot of energy,” Nared said. “We knew they were a really good team and we knew that we had to come out with a lot of intensity and bring the effort we brought.”

by: TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Westview Wildcats point guard Ashley Scoggin (5) shoots over Jesuit Crusaders guard Kate Andersen (1) at Westview High School.

The game looked as though it would be a blowout, but the Crusaders edged closer in the second half, going into intermission down 35-22.

Jesuit made a serious run at the game in the third quarter. With 2:24 remaining in the period, Jesuit had cut Westview’s lead to 39-34.

“They played really good defense as a team,” Nared said. “They out-rebounded us a crazy amount. That was the biggest thing as far as what they did. They got a lot of second chance points. Alzena did really well as far as having a lot of put backs and she took over in the third quarter.”

The Wildcats went on another 10-2 run to finish out the third quarter, though.

The 49-36 lead going into the fourth quarter turned out to be too much for the Crusaders to overcome.

by: TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Jesuit Crusaders guard Kate Andersen (1) shoots a running jumper with just seconds left in the first half over Westview Wildcats point guard Ashley Scoggin (5) and wing Dana Bentz (00) at Westview High School.

“Our first quarter wasn’t that good, but we picked it up,” Henry said. “Then, in the second, third and fourth, we put in three good quarters. We worked a lot harder and were more aggressive. We needed to put in four quarters, though.”



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