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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.

 

Final Score 73-27 Westlake Warriors over Royal Highlanders in West Simi Valley on Friday September 30, 2011

In reverse order of occurrances:

Conner Cook takes another one to the house ! 66-27 WL with 7 mins left in the game.
RHS scores with 7 minutes left in the game. 59-27 WL leads.
Conner Cook responds for Westlake and returns a kick 80 yards to the house. Westlake extends their lead 59-19.
RHS scores with 51 seconds left in 3Q, PAT misses. 52-19 Westlake leads.
Alex Ball kicks a 51 yard FG to make it 52-13 WL
Westlake scores 5 minutes Ito the 3rd. 49-13 Westlake.

 

At Halftime, Score 42-13 Westlake leads.

Westlake scores with 21 seconds remaining- QB Keeper, Justin Moore.

RHS scores. Score 35-13 (PAT not good) with 47 seconds left in Q2.

Conner Cook scores for WL. Score 35-7 WL with 5:45 remaining in Q2.

RHS scores with 8 minutes left in Q2, 28-7 WL

End of First Quarter: WL 28, RHS 0

Justin Moore runs it in for a TD. 21-0 Westlake with 3 minutes left in Q1

A single pass from Justin Moore to Conner Cook for a 52 yd TD. 14-0 WL with 6 minutes in 1st Q.

‎2nd and goal at the 1 yd line…Hunt runs it in. 7-0 WL after the PAT.

Thanks to Shane Tuttle sending the play by play via the Book of Faces and the only photo for this game, used for this post.

Westlake came away with wins against Royal at each level: Varsity, JV and Freshman!

Westlake JV defeats Royal JV 35-9. Way to go Warrior JV Squad!
Freshman beat Royal 47-7. ” Great, deep team with lots of skill players, offensive and defensive lineman, QB, special teams and more.” – William Wise


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:

Westlake vs Thousand Oaks September 23 2011 Photo Highlights

Barely a mention about the game by the Daily News, but a nice blurb about former Warrior great Nick Isham:

Daily News prep sports blog

Max Prep Sports Article plus game stats:

For the Max Prep Sports account of the game and a look to next week

LA Times moves Westlake up to #15 from #19 after Thousand Oaks win:

Westlake moves up to #15 spot in LA Times SoCal Football Rankings

We may post more pictures and links, so please check back and let us know if we missed something.

 

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):

Westlake Warriors State and National Rankings

 

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.

Read more about the game here:

Read the Ventura County Star article about the game by David Lopez

Also, you can watch replays of the game highlights on the weekend of 9/17 & 9/18 on the following channels:

Channel 20 Time Warner Cable (Calabasas and all of Ventura County including Fillmore)

Channel 32 Verizon fios (All of Southern CA)

Channel 99 AT&T Uverse (Nationwide)

You can watch replays of the game highlights on the Internet here:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/westlakehighschoolfootball-high-school-football-network

IBN Delayed Broadcast Featuring Ross Porter & Ryan Miller


The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat were up for grabs as the Westlake Warriors took on the highly touted Del Oro Golden Eagles in what was billed as the “Battle at the Capital”. The event was a 3 day affair over Labor Day weekend that included many of the top rated teams in Northern California. In the Headliner game on Saturday night September 3, 2011 against the hometown Golden Eagles, Justin Moore led the Warriors to their first victory in a see saw game that went into overtime after a great play by Del Oro blocking a potential winning field goal attempt by the Warriors. It ended in storybook fashion, though with Alex Ball able to split the uprights with the winning field goal to end the game. It was sweet redemption for Ball, who had has 9 months to shake off  the heartbreaking ending to the CIF championship loss to Oaks Christian. Ball was stellar as a nullifying weapon for Coach Jim Benkert’s special teams against a Del Oro team that has some incredibly talented running backs. Every kickoff that Ball attempted; with the exception of one (due to a 15 yard celebration penalty after a Warrior TD) sailed out of the end zone to make Del Oro start every Offensive set from their own 20.

Read and see more about the game by clicking on the links below:

 

High-caliber grid teams walk fine line – by Mike Ray, Loomis New Correspondent

Video Highlights of the game can be found by clicking on the link below:

Westlake vs Del Oro Video Highlights

 

 

The 12th Annual Warrior Golf Tournament raises 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 improvement. The WHS Warrior Football Boosters looks forward to your participation and thanks you for your support.

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