Westlake Boys Varsity Wrestling

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Wrestlers finish 7th at Bellevue

The Varsity wrestling team finished 7th of 10 teams at the Bellevue Invitational.  Placing for the Demons: Nael Zayed-2nd place Tommy Bowles-3rd place Nikko Warchola-4th place Liam Kruger-5th place Moe Zayed-5th place Owen Kruger-5th place John Hayes-5th place Thayer Zayed-6th place Eyad Shouman-6th place   The Demons will start their SWC season on Thursday as

Wrestler Finish 5th at Lorain Invitational

The Westlake Wrestling team kicked off it’s season this past weekend with a 5th place finish out of 16 teams at the Lorain Invitational tournament.  Placing for the Demons: 106-Thaer Zayed-5th place-Level 1 113-Aman Ali-6th place-Level 1 120-Isaac Carmichael-5th-Level 1 126-Matt Hardy-4th-Level 2 138-Eyad Shouman-6th-Level 1 145-Nico Warchola-4th-Level 1 152-Abe Rasheed-4th-Level 2 152-Musa Assad-2nd-Level 2

Westlake Youth Wrestling announces signups

Please below for Westlake Youth Wrestling Signups!                                                                                                  Westlake Youth Wrestling 2015-16   Kindergarten-6TH GRADE BOYS MISSION and GOALS To develop Westlake athletes into good people, good students, and skilled wrestlers. To promote individual skill improvement at every grade level up to and including the High School. To make winning a by-product of individual

Demon Wrestlers end season

The three district qualifier wrestlers, Steve Hayes, Mahmoud Mustafa and Josh Pappas have each been eliminated from contention at the District Championships held at Cleveland State University.  Hayes lost a controversial one point match Friday night and then was eliminated in an overtime match Saturday morning.  Mustafa also went 0-2 in the tournament. Pappas lost

Parking Instructions for Wrestling Districts

NE OHIO DISTRICT WRESTLING CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL and SPECTATOR PARKING Schools should drop off participants on Chester Ave (eastbound) beginning just prior to intersection of Chester and E.24th Street. Drop off in curb lane only. Schools may also drop off on East 24th Street. Schools using the East 24th Street location are asked to

Demon Wrestlers get their Brackets

Brackets for the OHSAA District Championships are up and posted for the three district wrestling qualifiers.  Wrestling is at Cleveland State University.  Friday’s session begins at 4:00 pm and Saturday’s session begins at 9:00 am in Woodling Gymnasium. Find all brackets: http://www.baumspage.com/comdist/ne-nw/d1/2014/2015%20Brackets.htm

Demons finish 7th; 3 qualify to districts

The wrestling Demons, wrestling in their home gym, placed 7 wrestlers among the top 6 in their respective weight classes and finished 7th of 12 teams in what was termed as the toughest sectional in the state. Steve Hayes (170) led the way with a 2nd place finish and Josh Pappas(145) and Mahmoud Mustafa(160) each

Hayes into the Championship: 2 others punch tickets

170 pound junior Steve Hayes will wrestle in the Sectional Final tonight in his home gym against TJ Brown of Elyira after a semi-final win this morning.  Two other Demons, Josh Pappas and Mahmoud Mustafa will wrestle for 3rd place but have secured their spot in the district finals next weekend. Hayes (32-4 on the

Demons in 6th after first day of sectional; Bowles and Hayes pull upsets!

After the first day of what has been described as the “toughest sectional in the state”.  The Demons sit 6th/12 teams.  Led by upsets by 182 pounder Tommy Bowles and Heavyweight John Hayes, the Demons have placed 5 wrestlers into today’s semi finals.  Joining Bowles and Hayes in the semi’s are Steve Hayes (170), Josh

Lowe ranks Westlake Wrestling Sectional as Toughest in State

JJ Huddle’s wrestling expert ranked the upcoming Division 1 Wrestling sectional this weekend at Westlake at the toughest sectional in the state in all divisions.  With two of the top 5 teams involved (St. Edward’s and Elyria) and two other top flight teams (Olmsted Falls and Lorain), this weekend’s tournament should prove to be a