Roy Hemsley had another double-double and four other Windward players scored in double figures to help the Wildcats beat Viewpoint 78-68, on Wednesday night and keep pace with first-place Sierra Canyon in the Alpha League. Windward struggled throughout as Viewpoint was able to keep pace which the second-place team and keep the score manageable at […]
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Brentwood did something no westside team has done to Windward’s girls basketball team in while, give them a scare. The Eagles led late in the first half before the Wildcats recovered for a 66-38 victory to open Alpha League play. Brentwood held a surprising 14-11 lead after Sammy Schlessel hit back-to-back three-pointers and AJ Simmons […]
Roy Hemsley’s grabbed an offensive rebound and was able to get the jumper off before the buzzer in Windward’s 56-55 victory over Brentwood to open Alpha League play. He finished with 14 points in the game.
It was a highly anticipated battle for first place in the Alpha League, but Windward made quick work of Viewpoint in a three-set sweep (25-17, 26-24, 25-18) at home on Tuesday. Both teams had entered the contest undefeated in conference play, yet Windward dominated in the confines of Lewis Jackson Memorial Sports Center. “We expected […]
Windward School’s Charles Dawson signed to play football at the University of San Diego, he announced earlier today on twitter. The senior who played at running back and wide receiver scored 12 touchdowns for the Wildcats in their first year of playing 11-man football. He finished the season with 548 yards on the ground and […]
It seemed like deja vu for Beverly Hills. That was the feeling in the Swim Gym when Normans had the ball and trailing by one to Santa Monica. Unlike their heartbreaking loss earlier this month to the Vikings, this time Brandon Neman made sure that the game would not slip away. The junior guard’s only […]
Trailing by two points with 15 seconds left in the game without Leland King or Tra Holder, Brentwood knew someone had to rise to the occasion. That person was Ountae Campbell. Known more for misdirecting shots than making them, Campbell sunk a three-pointer that gave the Eagles the lead and eventually the 51-50 victory over […]