Westlake Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 12 - 11
  • Conference Record: 10 - 9

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Boys Basketball Player Profile – Joe Klessel

Westlake Basketball Player Profile Name: Joe Klessel Grade: 12 Grade School: Holly Lane Jersey # : 25 Other Extracurriculars/Activities: Lacrosse, football If you were stranded on an abandoned island and could only bring one thing (this island doesn’t have cell service), what would it be: Matches Favorite TV show and why: The Office because it’s

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Nate Klima

Westlake Basketball Player Profile Name: Nate Klima Grade: 12 Grade School: Bassett Jersey # : 2 Other Extracurriculars/Activities: Lacrosse, baseball If you were stranded on an abandoned island and could only bring one thing (this island doesn’t have cell service), what would it be: A boat Favorite TV show and why: Criminal Minds because I

Support Demonland Boys and Girls Hoops in Free Shirt!

Come out Tuesday and Wednesday night and cheer on the Demons boys’ and girls’ basketball teams at home and sport a very cool Demonland T shirt!  T shirts will be available in the cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday during lunch periods.  And the T-shirts are FREE, yes FREE! All you need to do is buy a

Coach Huber’s Blog – Thank You!

As we close in on Thanksgiving, it is a great time to reflect on all the blessings we have in our lives. I know that I do not do this often enough. Too much of the time I am focused on the next thing rather than taking a few minutes to appreciate all the wonderful

OHSAA Winter Sport Preseason Meeting, Sunday, 11/17, 7 pm in the PAC

Any athlete/parent who did not participate in a fall sport should plan on attending Sunday evenings meeting at 7 pm in the PAC.  Eligibility, rules, paperwork and other important topics will be covered.  All athletes are responsible for the materials covered in this meeting.  LBMS winter athletes and parents are encouraged to attend as well.

Coach Huber’s Blog – Let’s Go!

A new basketball season is upon us! So many opportunities and challenges will present themselves in the next 4-5 months. I am ecstatic to see what this year holds. Every year, I get questions from prospective players and parents about what they can do to make a team. As I’ve gained more experience, my answer