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IMPACT online testing information-updated!

As was covered at the OHSAA parent meeting, here is the linking directions for those student-athletes that still need to take the concussion IMPACT online test.  This is and important part of the evaluation process for our medical staff when a concussion is suspected. —Impact testing procedures: — — Website: https://www.impacttestonline.com/customercenter Client Login Page: Email/Username:

Girls Win SWC Championship!

Running the best team 5K (top five runners) in school history (by almost five minutes), the girls won the Southwestern Conference Championship for the first time since 1998. In the Varsity race, junior Erica Francesconi, sophomore Teagan Walsh, and freshman Emma Jaros packed together at the front of the race, setting the pace for the

Girls Take 7th at Medina

Enjoying their best team finish at the Medina Carnival, the girls ran some fantastic times prior to next week’s SWC Championships. Leading the way, junior Erica Francesconi re-set her own school record by more than 15 seconds as she became the first WHS girl to break 19:00 as she finished 3rd overall against some of

Girls Are Victorious at Vermilion

The girls enjoyed their first team championship since 2014 as they convincingly won the Vermilion Invitational by placing four girls in the top ten, including the first three to cross the finish line. Setting the pace, Junior Erica Francesconi not only dominated the course in finishing first overall, but also set a career best while

Girls Take 15th at Spartan Inv’l

Running at the Spartan Invitational in Boardman, Ohio, for the first time in team history, the girls competed against some of the best teams they’ll run up against this season. Leading the team with a fantastic time for the second consecutive week, newcomer Erica Francesconi ran with some of the best runners in the region

Girls Take 4th at Bruce Lerch

Running at the hardest course of the season, the Varsity and JV girls performed very well in taking respective 4th and 6th team place finishes. In the Varsity race, Erica Francesonci ran a fantastic race, trading the lead back and forth before finished 3rd overall with a truly spectacular time, especially considering the course.  Close

Girls Take 5th at Mentor

Finishing 5th at the Mentor Cardinal Classic, the girls ran the fastest team 5K (combined time of the scoring five) in team history. Leading the way for the team for the second week in a row was freshman Emma Jaros and sophomore Teagan Walsh, who were joined by first time runner Erica Francesconi, as the

Westlake Girls Middle School Cross Country finishes 7th place

Saturday, September 2, 2017 8:00 AM Place 7 Points 193 Meet Recap 7. Burneson 5 Sydney Peer, 7 13:00.9 6:30 27 Grace Holmes, 8 14:12.9 7:06 35 Gabby Pollak, 7 14:26.1 7:13 50 Anusha Bangalore, 8 14:51.4 7:26 76 Alexa Higgs, 8 15:30.4 7:45 92 Taylor Adams, 8 15:57.8 7:59 99 Brooke Burich, 8 16:28.8

Westlake High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 5th place

Saturday, September 2, 2017 9:00 AM Place 5 Points 0 Meet Recap The Lady Demons XC team finished 5th in the Mentor Cardinal Classic with Emma Jaros, Teagan Walsh and Erica Francesconi all finishing in the Top 15. Opponents School Place Points Westlake High School 5 0

Girls Take 4th at SWC Preview

Competing in the first meet of the season, the girls finished 4th at the SWC Preview, running their fastest team time in SWC Preview history. Running fantastic opening races, freshman Emma Jaros and sophomore Teagan Walsh ran in the top three the entire competition, trading off top spots with Avon’s top runner before finishing 2nd

Westlake Girls Middle School Cross Country finishes 7th place

Saturday, August 26, 2017 8:00 AM Place 7 Points 180 Meet Recap The LBMS XC started their season off with a 7th place finish at the SWC Preview meet. Top finishers for the Demons include: – Sydney Peer (9th overall; 13:44) – Grace Holmes (29th overall; 14.42) – Gabby Pollak (48th overall; 15:14) – Taylor