It was the end of an era at Westlake High School Thursday afternoon.
Westlake’s No. 1 Fan, Chad Dilillo, was given the school’s traditional State Sendoff as he prepared to leave for the next chapter in his life. After a trip to Florida where his family has a home, he will begin a job with Bridges, according to athletic director Tony Cippolone in a press release.
In honor of Chad’s departure, the school conducted a State Sendoff, a longtime Westlake tradition reserved for a team or individual athlete who qualifies for an OHSAA championship. The marching band and the cheerleaders lead the honorees throughout every hallway...
Rumors of big changes for the Southwestern Conference have been heard for weeks. Yesterday, those rumors became reality.
According to an official press release, the Southwestern Conference will expand to a 10-team format beginning with the 2015-16 season. Lakewood and Midview will leave the West Shore Conference and join the SWC, along with fellow WSC member Avon, to complete that expansion move.
“The addition of these two fine schools adds to the long-term stability of the conference” ...
A number of Westshore area high school athletes recently signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the college level. We at BeAFanatic.com wish them nothing but success as they move on to the \"next level.\' Congratulations!...
While out on a walk late last week, I made my way over to Westlake High School and took a few laps around the track at Lou Duchez Field.
It was very quiet and peaceful there that day. I stopped for a moment near the south end zone and chuckled. I knew that serenity wasn\'t going to last much longer.
In a few weeks, the Demons will be hosting North Ridgeville to kick off the 2012 high school football season. Already this week, football teams throughout Ohio are participating in two-a-days getting prepared for opening night on Aug. 24.
All the fall sport athletes are gearing up for the new season. In fact on Monday morning, I saw a number of Westlake cross country runners as they were getting their road work in. Official...
The 2012 Westlake baseball team earned another honor Monday as Mayor Dennis Clough deemed July 10 Westlake High School Baseball Team Day.
Mayor Clough attended Monday’s Board of Education meeting and read a proclamation honoring the Demons, who won a share of the Southwestern Conference championship on the final day of the regular season. Westlake, of course, was just getting started as it rolled through the Division I tournament and advanced all the way...