TICKETS FOR NEXT WEEK’S HOME GAME: WESTLAKE vs OAKS CHRISTIAN – Per WHS Athletic Director Jason Branham; for WHS fans: Tickets will be on sale from 7:30 am -3:30 pm in the WHS student store (CASH ONLY). $7 adults (13-64) and $5 children (5-12). Monday-Wednesday or until Sold Out. Thanks for all your support.
Oaks Christian will be pre-selling tickets Monday – Thursday for their fans. We do not know exact hours. Tickets are $7 for adults (13-64) and $5 for children (5-12). Seniors over 65 are free and do not need a ticket, but must show ID at gate. Children 4 and under are free and do not need a ticket.
In just their second Marmonte League contest, the 2011 Westlake Warriors held the Thousand Oaks Lancers scoreless for 48 minutes under the lights of Lancer Stadium on Friday September 23, 2011….but then 6 seconds were placed back on the clock after time ran out to allow the sputtering Lancer offense a consolation TD on the final play. The game featured an array of big plays that showcased Westlake’s depth of offensive firepower. All plays were made to appear easy by the dominant Warrior Offensive line led by Seniors Keith Ramljak (T), Jordie Hannel (C), Anthony Devanzo (G)
Warrior Defensive Line comprised of Johnny Stuart, Justin Solis, Shane Henley, Tony Mekari, Beau Hunsicker, Kyle Erickson, and Kenneth Ah Ching stymied the Thousand Oaks Offense all night, only allowing them across the 50 yard line twice the entire game.
For Game Photos by Juan Carlo of the Ventura County Star click on link below:
Ventura County’s “Voice of Friday Nights” Eric ‘The Hawk’ Evelhoch caught up with several Warrior players to get their thoughts about the crosstown showdown. On his website Eric wrote, “With the wind at their backs following a pair of impressive season opening wins, the defending Marmonte League champion Westlake Warriors are ready for their cross-town rivalry match against the Thousand Oaks Lancers.” Click on the links below to see interviews of Cody Tuttle (Sr/SR), Justin Solis (Sr/DL), David Ortiz (Sr/ILB), Keith Ramljak (Sr/OT) and Dashon Hunt (Jr/DB/RB). Homefield sports will be streaming live audio of this always entertaining East Ventura County rivalry game up on Friday September 23, 2011 7:00 pm Pacific Time
Wow! What a difference a day makes. Sporting a 2-0 record on Sunday September 18, 2011, the Westlake Warrior Varsity Football Squad led by Justin Moore were ranked #11 for the State of California, just a scant 0.2 points behind self proclaimed ‘football factory’ #10 Centennial (Corona, CA) But within 24 hours, the new rankings came out and we were inundated Warrior fans going to the link only to find that Westlake had moved up +4 to a #7 ranking and +14 nationally to a #39 ranking. Thanks for setting me straight! The Warriors face Cross town Rival Thousand Oaks Lancers Friday September 23, also 2-0 fresh off a big 27-24 win over Moorpark (#782 Nationally and #79 in CA) after the loss . See the current Warriors rankings here (Please, don’t ding me if they change in the future – because no matter what happens, they will):
Rumors of the demise of the Warriors by a vicious Coyote attack were greatly exaggerated.
Justin Moore tossed three touchdown passes and ran for another – all in the first half – as the host Warriors won 63-0. Westlake (2-0) scored touchdown on eight of its first nine possesions. Moore completed 7 of 9 passes for 168 yards and scampered 13 yards for a touchdown before giving way to backup Neal Uskali. Connor Cook, Zack Mumford, Cody Tuttle and Jarrius Bishop had touchdown receptions of 74, 32, 29 and 7 yards, respectively. Westlake kicker Alex Ball, who is Ventura County’s all-time leading scorer, established the County record for most point-after attempts and conversion made with his eighth PAT, which put Westlake ahead 56-0 at the intermission. Calabasas (1-1) was held to 58 total yards and three first downs. An impressive Warrior defense had 7 sacks on the night.
Spring training for the 2011 season has begun, but our thanks go out to the graduating Seniors who, guided by Coach Benkert & his coaching staff led the Warriors to an unprecedented 26-2 record over the past two years. That is winning percentage of 93% that included two Marmonte League Titles, appearance in back to back CIF SS Championship games and a CIF SS Championship Title in 2009. Get your own copies of the 2010 teams : Varsity, JV & Freshman including this special edition Senior only poster shown below. Each poster features each player on the team or group.
These posters were painstakingly created by Tony Panzica at Action Photos and will make great Graduation and Fathers Day gifts!
Click on the link below to bring you to Tony’s Action Photos Website for ordering information.
SUPPORT YOUR WARRIORS! … WARRIOR FOOTBALL CAR WASH: Please support our WHS Warrior Football CAR WASH on Saturday, May 14th from 9:00am – 1:00 pm. The players and coaches will wash your car at the WHS UPPER STADIUM LOT. The car wash price is $10.00. Please encourage friends and neighbors to come on Saturday. All proceeds from the car wash support the Administration and Coaching Staff for the Del Oro Trip.
The 12th Annual Warrior Golf Tournament on Monday May 9, 2011 raised funds for the Westlake Warrior Football Program. The Warrior Football Program depends on the annual Golf Tournament and Dinner Auction to help pay for the cost of equipment, uniforms, medical supplies, team traveling expenses, team meals, and stadium improvements. The WHS Warrior Football Boosters thanks everyone involved for your participation support. The Westlake High School Football community is awesome! Send us your best pictures from the event to post here!
Incoming Freshman to Westlake High School in Fall 2011 and their parents were invited to come hear Coach Jim Benkert talk about the WHS Football program and what to expect if interested in being a part of it.
Doors Opened at 5:00 pm in the WHS gymnasium located at 100 North Lakeview Canyon Road, Westlake Village, CA 91362
Anyone in the boosters with photos, please forward to Becki Wood or send an email to the Webmaster.
In what continues to be the most watched High School Football Game in Fox Sports History. The Warriors entered the Lions Den for the 2nd time in the season to face Oaks Christian to determine the 2010 CIF Southern Section Northern Division Championship. The Lions squeaked away with a 29-28 win in a battle that lasted until the final play of the game.
The Warriors were the defending CIF SS ND Champions and seeking their first ever back to back CIF Championships. The Lions were no stranger to being in CIF Championship Games as they had won 6 of their own in the 10 years prior to joining the Marmonte League.
The Warriors defeated St. Bonaventure 37-27 on Friday, December 3rd while Oaks Christian beat the Valencia Vikings 42-33 at College of the Canyons on the same night. Together these teams are 2/3 owners of the Marmonte League Crown with St. Bonaventure. This was the first ever CIF Championship match up between these two schools and have only met once before, earlier in the season on October 1, 2010 with the Warriors winning that game, also televised on Fox Sports West / Prime Ticket. This was the 2nd season in a row featuring 2 Marmonte League teams in the CIF Southern Section Northern Division Championship Game.
A Sold Out Crowd of 5500 at Warrior Stadium witnessed another phenomenal display of high school football action. St. Bonaventure and Westlake did not disappoint anyone in this literally made for TV (Fox Sports West / Prime Ticket) High School Game of the Week. (Click to See Video!) This game will be talked about for a long time as Nick Isham’s star shined brightly making several clutch plays in leading the Warriors over the Seraphs. Many warriors contributed to the win in a true to form Band of Brothers victory. Nelson Spruce, Tre Wilson, Cody Tuttle, Deshon Hunt, Jared Fry, Tavior Mowry and Alex Ball all made great plays behind the offensive line that can no longer hide in the shadows. Kudos to Offensive Line Keith Ramljak, Javier Aguilera, Anthony Davanzo, Tony Mekari, Brandon Grady, Jordie Hannel and Zach Miller who provided tremendous dominance in the trenches. The defensive side bent but never broke behind the great play making of Justin Solis, Johnny Stuart, David Ortiz, Casey Bliss, Max Winsberg, Dashon Hunt, Jack Shepard, Jose Muguerza, Lukas Fancy, Waz Dupris, Justin Moore and Shane Henley.
CIF SS Northern Division Championship Game vs Oaks Christian next week! Go Warriors!
Watch this video! See the post game celebration, enjoy exclusive Post Game Interviews of Justin Solis, Nick Isham, Coach Jim Benkert, Alex Ball, Coach Andy Flores, Nelson Spruce, Dashon Hunt, Tre Wilson, Zach Miller by field reporter Jude Pago. Produced by Tim McGrath exclusively for the Westlake Warrior Football Boosters and Alumni Club.
By now, Justin Solis’ ability to strike fear in the minds of opposing offensive players by his physical size is no secret. But not everyone knows how his mental toughness is channeled from an unlikely source; across generational boundaries. You can read more about it in this NY Times article:
Rematch. Redemption. Intensity. Intrigue. There are enough adjectives to describe this upcoming game to please any English teacher looking for a new rubric before the semester ends. One thing is certain; these two teams have already produced the most exciting football game in Ventura County this year and all the marbles are on the table now. Pre Sale Tickets on sale NOW at both schools.
It was black Friday in a bad way for the visiting Palos Verdes Sea Kings Football Team and their fans. Those who made the trip North up the 405 and 101 to Westlake High Schools’ Warrior Stadium on another cold Friday night saw how much the Warriors can heat up the field when they turn the afterburners on, again and again.
“Mowry carried 11 times for 111 yards, Isham reached the 300-yard passing plateau by going 13 for 15 and Westlake kicker Alex Ball was a perfect 7 for 7 on extra points. Jared Fry caught two passes for 48 yards, Cody Tuttle had two for 53 yards and Tre’Shon Wilson hauled in four aerials for 41 yards.”
Congratulations to Tavior Mowry for breaking the Warriors ALL Time Touchdown record during the game.
Scoring early and often, Senior Nick Isham, behind his seasoned but young offensive line and his Senior partners in “Score, Inc” – Tavior Mowry and Nelson Spruce led the Warriors to an easy 58-8 game in which nearly every Warrior saw playing time. Other Warriors making notable offensive contributions include, but were not limited to: Treshon Wilson, Cody Tuttle, Jared Fry, Dashon Hunt, Justin Moore, Geoff Carr, Trevor Wood and Adam Augustyn.
The defensive squad was also stellar as usual, keeping the Knight Hawks stymied all night with mostly 3 downs and a punt. The only Knight score was set up by an offensive miscue deep in Warrior territory. The big D was led by Defensive Lineman Justin Solis and Johnny Stuart, Linebackers Max Winsberg and Jack Shepard. Significant contributions on the DEE-Fence were made by many Warriors throughout the game including Seniors Waz Dupris, Lukas Fancy, Jimmy Hopkins, Jamie Forster and Team Captain Adam Lazar
Many thanks to all the loyal Warrrior fans who braved the longest trip for a CIF playoff game in recent memory (at least 3 years from this writer’s memory). Yes, we know some of you made the trip in a luxury recliner “Fan bus” to and from Palmdale for the playoff game on Friday vs. Knight High School, but once there the wind chill factor was enough to rate as the 2nd coldest playoff game in 2 years.
The CIF SS Northern division playoff brackets were released Sunday, November 14, 2010. The Warriors to play William Knight High School in Lancaster in their Round 1 CIF game this Friday, November 19, 2010 at 7:30 pm
The Westlake Warriors started fast and never looked back in their win over Calabasas High School in the Coyotes’ home stadium and their Marmonte 2010 league finale. Led by senior quarterback Nick Isham, the Warriors looked as sharp as they have all season, despite playing a Coyote Football team who had their best season in recent history in a much tougher Marmonte League. The Warriors, to their credit racked up a 35-0 lead in the first quarter before taking their foot slightly off the accelerator pedal of “The Big Blue Tribe” to cruise to a 56-6 win and into the CIF playoffs, finishing the season tied for 1st place with St. Bonaventure and Oaks Christian.