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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.

Click this link to see the Daily News prep sports blog about the game

Click this link to see the Daily News prep sports article by Matt Lopez

Click this link to see the VC Star article by Leland Gordon

quote from the above article:

“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.

Click this link to see the Warriors vs Palos Verdes Sea Kings 2nd Quarter action

Click this link to see the Warriors vs Palos Verdes Sea Kings 3rd & 4th Quarter action

Thanks to The Tuttle Family, Tony Panzica of Action Photos and Westlake Warrior Football Alumni Darren Scheid for sponsoring the live game broadcast on Ustream !

Click this link to see LA Times summary of all City & Southern Section Quarter Final Scores for Nov 26

In a year when Marmonte League games were beginning to get predictable, another potentially unpredictable game at Agoura Hish School seemed well…refreshing. And, being the same weekend as Halloween – you kinda thought something spooky would happen. Uh, no and no. The Westlake Warriors continue marching  to the beat of a different drummer as they extended the schools longest winning streak to 22-0 and commanded top spot in the Marmonte League and #1 rank in the CIF SS Northern Division.

QB Nick Isham, Running Back Tavior Mowry, Wide Receiver Nelson Spruce and Running Back Geoff Carr all scoring at least 1 touchdown. Alex Ball converted all 7 PATs.

Click this link to see the VC Star article by JJ Rivera

Click this link to see the Daily News prep sports blog by Gerry Gittelson

Click this link to see the Scout.com profile of Nelson Spruce by Brandon Huffman with links to other Warrior Players & Videos

Next week’s big contest with St. Bonaventure is a rematch of last years’ CIF semi-final game between the two Ventura County powerhouse teams.

There was literally lightning in the Northwestern sky 15 minutes prior to game time. Symbolism perhaps from the highest authority on Football? This much anticipated game was sold out in just 3 days. On Friday night October 1, 2010 in Westlake Village, a town of only 8,800; with a game televised live on Fox Sports, 6000 screaming fans filled the sold out Lions Stadium to watch the visiting Westlake Warriors play the Oaks Christian Lions in a rivalry that had yet to begin.

The Warriors are now 4-0 for the season, 3-0 in Marmonte League play and are on an 18-0 winning streak that began last season, a school record.

Read about the game from the experts:

Click here to the the VCStar article by Loren Ledin with photos, Westlake Warriors earn city bragging rights

Click to read MaxPreps article by Mitch Stephans: Fourth-ranked Westlake handles Oaks Christian

Click this link to see the LA Times blog and article about the game by Baxter Holmes

Fifth in a series of Phil Chase Interviews with Head Coach Jim Benkert on 10-1-2010 in the new Legacy  Hall at Warrior Stadium in the Warrior Weekend Wrapup. They discuss the Marmonte League schedule so far, the nationally televised win against Oaks Christian High School last night and the game with the Simi Valley Pioneers next week. Press Play button on bottom to watch video on  this page and NOT open a new window.

OCHS Game Q3 Drive

Warriors vs OCHS Game Q3 Drive


The Westlake Warrior football program kicks off the 2010 season with the Freshman Opening Game vs Oxnard Yellow Jackets Wednesday, September 8 at 3 pm in Warrior Stadium. Come out and cheer on the class of 2014 as they embark on a new chapter in Warrior football history.

Are Freshman important to the program? Stepping in for an injured Nick Isham, Justin Moore answers the question in this final drive of the 2009 season to clinch the Championship victory over Moorpark


The Marmonte League Champion Westlake Warriors traveled to Oxnard on ‘Black Friday’ greeted by  bitter cold winds gusting to 50 mph. Despite the the climate being perfect ‘Viking’ weather, the Westlake Warriors arrowheads pierced the cold with ease and unceremoniously ended the Hueneme Vikings Cinderella season 54-24 in CIF Quarterfinals Game, extending their unblemished record to 12-0. A 1st quarter 25 yard field goal attempt by the Vikings was blocked by the Warriors and completely stopped any momentum the Vikings had accumulated on their long drive. After that, the Westlake Warriors romped to a 34-0 halftime lead. Click here to find game links and exclusive photos.

Jared Fry (#1) carries the ball down from an Isham pass to the 4 yard line to set up TD pass to Tavior Mowry

Jared Fry (#1) carries the ball down from an Isham pass to the 4 yard line to set up TD pass to Tavior Mowry

Read more about the game in the Ventura County Star a the link below:

Westlake beats Hueneme 54-24 in CIF Quarterfinal Game

It's no wonder why RB Tavior Mowry (#5) has nothing but praise for his offensive line as they continue creating huge lanes as he racked up 223 yards on 13 carries in the 1st half. RT Zach Miller (#76) shown on far right side.

It's no wonder why RB Tavior Mowry (#5) has nothing but praise for his offensive line as they continue creating huge lanes allowing him to rack up 223 yards on 13 carries in the 1st half. RT Zach Miller (#76) and TE Johnny Stuart (#82) shown blocking on far right side.

A little celebration by RG Brenden Root-Burkes (#72) and QB Nick Isham (#10) after scoring the Warriors 5th TD of the first half.

A little celebration by RG Brenden Root-Burkes (#72) and QB Nick Isham (#10) after scoring the Warriors 5th TD of the first half.