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Softball game times change-Saturday

Tomorrow, our Varsity softball team is participating in the Up Side of Downs Softball Tournament in Twinsburg.  Our games are at 2 and 4 pm at Glenwood Park, 1956 Glenwood Drive, in Twinsburg.  Admission is $5 (kids are free) and they will have a 50/50 raffle and a concession stand.  All the teams bought t-shirts

Lainey McCue Named Softball Player of the Week by Cleveland.com

Senior Third Baseman, Lainey McCue, was named Softball Player of the Week by Cleveland.com.  Read the entire article and vote for Lainey at the following link: http://highschoolsports.cleveland.com/news/article/2634089206277547320/april-30-spring-sports-players-of-the-week-profiles-2015-photos-poll/

Football workout Sunday as usual

The football conditioning workouts will be held Sunday at normal times.  Previously the varsity was scheduled to go to T3 but will not be going and will be the HS at normal time.

Home LAX Saturday Night vs. University School

The Demons will host US on Saturday night at Read Field.  The game times are 5 pm JV and 7 pm varsity.  US is the team that denied the Demons a final four berth last year. They hope to see the fans out on what should be an awesome night for lacrosse.

Girls Track Results

Brecksville 107, Westlake 38 The girls fell to the Bees of Brecksville on Wednesday to complete their dual meet season with a 2-4 mark.  Despite the loss, the girls enjoyed several fine performances, led by Maya Bauer, who not only won the 4×100 with the help of Alex Macartney, Lianna Nordwig, and Taylor Hood, but

Demons suffer defeat

Westlake Varsity suffered their 2nd loss of the season losing to St Ignatius 4-1. There were some hard fought matches and the scores don’t indicate how close they were. Here were the results:   1 Griffin def Michelich 6-1, 6-2 2 Schuette def Jhaveri 7-6 (7-5), 6-1 3 Craven def Tamasy 6-0, 6-1   1

Varsity Demons Defeat Avon Lake 4-2

After watching junior James Lazevnick pitch a complete game shutout on Wed. vs. Amherst, Scott Leonard continued the trend with a dominant 7 inning complete game vs. the Shoreman. Scott allowed 2 runs, scattered 7 hits and struck out 4. The Demon offense scored 4 runs in the first two innings, lead by sophomore Mike

Softball Tops Comets, 2-0

The Varsity softball team defeated Amherst last night, 2-0.  Katie Lew fired a 2-hitter with 9 strikeouts.  Lainey McCue crushed a triple, a single, and drove in a run, while Rachel May went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI.  Danielle Dill singled, walked, and scored both runs for the Demons.  She also