Westlake Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

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Boys Basketball Tryout Schedule – Updated!!

Revised Westlake Boys Basketball Tryout Schedule 2020   All Freshmen and Sophomore should attend F/JV tryouts unless otherwise instructed All Juniors should attend V tryouts unless otherwise instructed.  All those wanting to tryout are expected to attend unless still participating in a fall sport.   Please note, there will be multiple rounds of cuts due

Coach Huber’s Blog – Perspective

It’s tragic that it’s come at the expense of so many lives, but recent events  have hopefully reminded us both that sports are a diversion and that they have tremendous value, if viewed properly.  The past six months of dealing with Covid and the following uncertainty and restrictions around sports have been unsettling and frustrating. 

Lee Burneson Boys Basketball Tryout Information

    Lee Burneson Boys Basketball Tryouts Tuesday, October 20th   7th grade 4:30-5:55 8th grade 6:00-7:25     Wednesday, October 21st   7th grade 3:00-4:25 8th grade 4:30-5:55     Location: Westlake High School Main Gym   Sign up for tryouts with Ms. Grillo in the attendance office Contact Coach Huber at huberj@wlake.org with any

Boys Basketball Varsity Prep Tryout Information

Great news! We are all set to have our Varsity Prep tryouts.  Tryouts will be Sunday, October 4th.  Please see below for times and other important details: -masks are required when entering and leaving the building -players must bring their own water (fountains are shut off) -parents are not allowed to stay for the tryout (pickup/dropoff

Coach Huber’s Blog – New Beginnings

One of the great things about being an educator and coach (or a student, for that matter), is that each year provides a chance for a fresh start.  Whether your last year was great or a struggle (and I think a lot of us are ready for a new year given the past 6 months!),

Coach Huber’s Blog – Seize the Day!

I was watching an old episode of  Hard Knocks on HBO last week. The show chronicled the Houston Texans as they prepared for the NFL season.   The head coach of the Texans is Bill O’Brien.  He has a 16 year old son, Jack, who suffers from a rare neurological disorder that prevents him from

Coach Huber’s Blog – Why Sports Matter

Over the past couple weeks, high school sports in Ohio have begun to resume some activities.  It has been great to get back to work with our student-athletes.  Doing so has reminded me of a couple of the reasons why sports matter, particularly in the turbulent times we currently find ourselves in. First, sports help

Coach Huber’s Blog – Offseason Skill Development

This has been a unique start to the offseason, to say the least. One positive is that it’s given everyone a chance to reflect and recharge, and also appreciate the sports that we’ve been taken away from.  Our players have been working hard on their game over the past month, and almost all of this

Coach Huber’s Blog – Offseason or Improvement Season?

I hope this finds everyone healthy and well. What a couple of months it’s been.  It’s safe to say we’ve all faced challenges and new realities that were incomprehensible to most of us a few months ago.  In the conversations I’ve had with our student-athletes, I am proud and impressed with the way most of

Coach Huber’s Blog – Best Basketball Documentaries

Two months ago I did a blog on the best basketball movies. Seeing as many of us have a lot of time at home now, this month I am going to give some suggestions for the best basketball documentaries. I hope you can watch and enjoy, and most importantly, stay healthy! Basketball: A Love Story