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West Los Angeles College’s 2013 football schedule has been released by the Southern California Football Association.
The Wildcats struggled early last season losing four of their first five games before going 4-1 after the bye week to even their record at 5-5.
The schedule is below:
St. Monica boys basketball head coach Khi-Min Jung resigned last week to take an assistant coach job at West Los Angeles College under recently hired Chris Ackers.
In his three seasons at the Santa Monica Catholic school, Jung finished with an overall record of 45-39 and one playoff appearance according to MaxPreps.com.
Athletic Director Steve Aggers described Acker as an integral part of six successful seasons at Citrus College, winning the State championship in 2008, and making it to the California State Final Four in 2010 before losing in the championship game. The Owls were 92-9 during his tenure.
“Chris is very familiar with our conference and knows what it takes to be successful at our level and in the State of California. He is well connected and respected both in our community, and the Southern California basketball culture. I know that he will provide outstanding leadership in helping us build a successful collegiate basketball program here at West Los Angeles College,” said Aggers in a statement.
Jade Neal scored 15 of her 17 points in the second half in West Los Angeles College’s 55-51 victory over rival Santa Monica College to open Western State Conference play.
The freshman guard hit two three-point baskets in the final two minutes of play to extend a narrow one-point lead to a 53-48 advantage.
“We were more aggressive in the second half and our shots started to fall for us,” said Neal. “We knew that they would be a challenge.”
The freshman from Crenshaw High finished the season with seven interceptions, tied for second-most in the state, along with 85 tackles. Floyd was honored earlier in the year as the Pacific Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
West Los Angeles College guard Cheyenne Bonam was named the Western State Conference Player of the Week after scoring a season-high 23 points in the Wildcats 70-54 victory over Santa Barbara.
Bonam also grabbed 9 rebounds, 3 assists and 4 steals while going six of nine from the field including four three-point baskets.
She is averaging 15.2 points a game, fourth best in the Western State Conference to lead the Wildcats to a 10-5 before league plays starts tonight vs Bakersfield.
Bonam is a 5-7 sophomore guard from Washington Prep High School.
West Los Angeles College Ashlie Bruner was named Western State Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week it was announced today.
The 5’6 freshman guard from Palisades High scored 69 points in four games with 17 rebounds, and 13 steals, leading the Wildcats to victories over Antelope Valley and Glendale at the Vaquero Shootout.
Bruner breakout game was against Antelope Valley when she scored 25 points along with 6 rebounds, and 3 steals.