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Boys Basketball Player Profile – Julian Coleman

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Julian Coleman Grade – 11 Jersey #  – 4 Other extracurricular activities – tennis Favorite subject and why – History because of its relevance to today Favorite movie and why –  Love and Basketball because it’s a great movie Favorite athlete and why – De’Aaron Fox because I think we

Streaming Options for Swimming and Basketball Tonight! and Basketball Tomorrow!

With two events going on, the Westlake Athletic Department in conjunction with WHBSTV will be able to bring you both the basketball action from the WAC and the swimming action from the Westlake Rec. Starting at 4:30 on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdSezw3yGC56b6rri5iYB3g  watch the boys basketball teams take on Midview and then tomorrow they will host Lake Catholic Frosh-4:30,

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Tim Rence

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Tim Rence Grade – 12 Jersey #  – 40 Other extracurricular activities – student council/National Honors Society Favorite subject and why – Math because it makes the most sense to me  Favorite movie and why –  Moneyball, it’s a really good movie Favorite athlete and why – Kristaps Porzingis, he’s

Boys Basketball Alumni Spotlight – Tyler Kolocouris

Graduating Class: 2020 Other Sports Played at WHS: Lacrosse Letters Earned in Basketball: 1 Most Memorable High School Basketball Moment: Making 4 straight 3’s at Berea Midpark College Attending: Miami (Oh) Living now: Westlake Advice for current Demon players: always stick with it

Boys Basketball Alumni Spotlight – Gavin Skelly

Name: Gavin Skelly Graduating Class: 2014 Basketball Letters Earned: 4 Other Sports Played at WHS: Track and Cross Country Most Memorable High School Basketball Moment: Being the first Westlake player to surpass 1000 career points and becoming the school’s all time leading scorer College Attended: Northwestern University Current Profession: Medical sales rep Where are you

Coach Huber’s Blog – It’s About Us

If you talk to almost any coach, they will stress the importance of scouting.  No coach wants to go into a game with a lack of preparation or knowledge of their opponent.  Good teams and coaches can use scouting to their advantage, and I certainly don’t want to discount that. All that said, I think