POMONA — Turnovers made for empty possessions Tuesday for the West Franklin High School boys basketball team.

Lyndon took advantage to hand the Falcons a 73-50 loss in Pomona. West Franklin finished with 28 turnovers.

“We competed early on,” West Franklin coach Micah Tempel said. “They pulled away in the second quarter. They threw a press at us and we turned it over 18 times in the first half.”

Senior Hunter Lewis paced the Falcons with 21 points.

West Franklin (50) — Johnson 4, Schmitz 6, Noyons 2, Seyler 2, Lewis 21, Milliken 5, Sink 8, Fisher 2.

Lyndon (73) — S. Reed 8, Miller 6, Swineheart 19, J. Reed 30, Kitzelman 5, Heilscher 1, Schlesher 3, Steuks 1.