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Boys Basketball: Westchester’s Elijah Stewart named LA City Player of the Year; LACES’ Battey earns top honors in Div 4

Westchester’s Elijah Stewart was named the LA City Section Player of the Year, yesterday. The senior led Westchester to multiple upsets in the state playoffs and to the Southern California Open Division Regional Finals were they lost to eventual champion Mater Dei. Fellow Comet Layon Gooden was honored on the All-City first-team selection. LACES’ freshman [...]

Track: Palisades’ Marissa Williams cruises to 800 meters win at the Western League meet

Palisades’ junior Marissa Wililams had little trouble winning the girls’ 800 meters in the first Western League meet at Hamilton on Friday. The defending LA City Section champion in the 1600 and 3200 meters ran in a time of 2:31 but sat out other events looking towards the elite Pasadena Games meet tomorrow. Westchester’s Diamond [...]

Baseball: Yoshinaga’s early home run sparks University past Westchester

The game was called after five innings when the score was far from competitive and the substitute players started getting significant minutes. Isaac Yoshinaga began his day with a home run and ended it with a walk, after helping lead University to a 17-6 victory over Westchester, on Thursday afternoon. The Comets (2-6, 1-1 Western [...]

Boys Basketball: Elijah Stewart has 30 points as Westchester pulls off another Open Division upset

Westchester proved once again why they are such a dangerous team after pulling off their second straight upset in the state playoffs with a 76-67 victory over Redondo in the Open Division Southern California Regional Semifinals on Tuesday. It was expected to be the marquee matchup of the night as Redondo rallied back to beat [...]

Boys Basketball: All-Western League team announced; Westchester’s Elijah Stewart named MVP

Westchester’s Elijah Stewart has been named the Western League’s Most Valuable Player in a vote by the conference coaches. The Loyola Marymount-signee has helped the Comets make its deepest run in the state playoffs since winning the Division I title in 2010 as they will play Mater Dei in the Open Division Southern California Regional [...]

Boys Basketball: Westchester pulls off Open Division upset against JW North

Westchester could have easily called it quits after losing to El Camino Real for the LA City Division I title last Saturday. Instead, they delivered the upset of the night as they knocked off No. 2 seed JW North 79-61 in the first round of the Open Division state playoffs. The Comets never trailed in [...]

Girls Basketball: All-Western League team announced; Fairfax’s Effa and University’s Nwaba are co-MVP’s

A pair of juniors, Fairfax’s Marguerite Effa and University’s Precious Nwaba, led their teams to the LA City Section titles this year and have been named the Western League’s co-MVP’s. For Effa, it is the second consecutive year that she has won the award. The 6-foot-3 forward averaged 21 points and 11 rebounds per game [...]

Girls Basketball: Loss to Bell in the play-in game keeps Westchester out of the state playoffs

After losing the in the Division II semifinals, Westchester still had a chance to make a return trip to the state playoffs. However, that opportunity evaporated in a 50-47 loss to Bell in the play-in on Wednesday. The victory put Bell into the state playoffs for the first time in school history as the LA [...]

Football: Westchester adds games with Harvard-Westlake and Bishop Montgomery

Westchester has become another Western League team that has upgraded their non-conference schedule for the 2014 season by adding private schools Harvard-Westlake and Bishop Montgomery. The Comets host LA City Division II finalist South Gate to open the season and travel to Torrance in a week one matchup with Bishop Montgomery. Westchester will also be [...]

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