Westlake Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 13 - 11
  • Conference Record: 8 - 8

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Boys Basketball Summer Camp Information!

  Westlake boys basketball coach Jeff Huber and the high school staff are hosting 2 camps at WHS this summer. A skills camp will be held June 21-24 (8:30-11 grades 3-6, 11:30-2 grades 7-9).  A shooting camp for boys entering grades 3-9 will be July 12th-13th from 9-11.  After not being able to host camps last

Coach Huber’s Blog – March MADness

What a great time of year.  It must be true that absence makes the heart grow fonder, as not having the NCAA tournament last year seems to have renewed people’s interest in it this year.  Every year, the tournament has amazing stories.  This year’s include Oral Roberts (apologies to Ohio State fans), who was a

Boys Basketball Spring Clinic Information

Westlake boys basketball coach Jeff Huber and the high school staff are holding a Spring Skills Clinic beginning Wed 4/14 thru Wed 5/19 at WHS from 7-8.  The clinic is open to boys in grades 3-8 and will focus on the fundamentals of the game, taught in a fun and engaging way.  While the whole

Let’s Get Cal to Indy!

Ok, Demon Fans!  Its time to make this one last push to get our record setting three point shooter, Cal Reghi, to Indianapolis to shoot on national TV in the leadup to the NCAA Final Four Games! You must vote and vote often at this website!  We can get “Mr. Fahrenheit”, “Heat Miser”, “Cal The

Winter All SWC Selections in Each Sport

Congratulation to all our winter sport athletes named to All SWC Teams! Cheerleading 1st Team-Marissa Wise, Gabby Backus 2nd Team-Jane Jolliffe, Hannah Chmielowiec Honorable Mention-Sophia Bell, Sydney Schons Boys Bowling 2nd Team-Jack Finucane Honorable Mention-Andrew Bodi, Paul Rossander Girls Bowling 2nd Team-Gabrielle Hansen Honorable Mention-Annabelle Bodi, Taylor Hedges Gymnastics Honorable Mention-Olivia Scherma, Nadia Milovich Hockey

Coach Huber’s Blog – Gain or Gap?

Dan Sullivan is the author of a book called The Gap or the Gain.  I think its message is a great reminder for all of us, and one I’ve been working to apply to our basketball program.  Sullivan’s main message is that we often focus on the wrong thing when it comes to our goals. 

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Basheer Alramahi

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Basheer Alramahi Grade – 11 Jersey #  – 25 Other extracurricular activities – soccer and track Favorite subject and why – math because I enjoy applying skills in order to find an answer Favorite movie and why –  Avengers Infinity Wars because I love Marvel and this is my favorite