Windward’s boys’ volleyball team did something it had not done in an entire month on Tuesday. The Wildcats lost a set. It did not seem to affect Windward as they won their fifth straight game in a 25-17, 17-25, 25-17, 25-20 victory over Crossroads in an important Alpha League matchup. Windward (13-2, 6-0 Alpha League) [...]
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Now that basketball season is over, we are giving fans will get a chance to vote who they think should be the Los Angeles Sports Journal Westside Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year? Let us know what you think and the results of the fan favorite will be shown along with our selection for the [...]
Girls Basketball – Video: Windward’s Canada and Simon missed shots in the final seconds of loss to Etiwanda
Windward’s Jordin Canada and Kristen Simon missed shots in the final 6.2 seconds as the Wildcats were upset by Etiwanda 49-48 in the Open Division SoCal Regional Semifinals.
The honors keep coming for Windward point guard Jordin Canada as she was named to the Parade All-American Girls’ Basketball Team yesterday. The senior was only one of players for California to be put on the list. Gabby Green of St. Mary’s College in Oakland was the other.
(Video: Windward’s Eli Silverman-Lloyd talks about the Wildcats victory over LACES) Jalen Harris scored 19 points and Eli Silverman-Lloyd added 17 as Windward flew by LACES 84-59, in the first round of the Division IV state playoffs. The Wildcats took advantage early of some holes they saw in the Unicorns zone defense and exploited them [...]
Harvard’s Wesley Saunders, a Windward alum, was named the Ivy League Player of the Year after leading the Crimson to a conference title. The 6-foot-5 junior guard averaged 14 points per game as Harvard finished the regular season with a 26-4 record. The Crimson have won the conference and advanced to the NCAA tournament in [...]
Windward’s Breland Brandt is quickly becoming one of the most sought after high school athletes on the westside. The 6-foot-five, 190-pound sophomore lineman made his presence known on the football field this year with 63 tackles along with 10.5 sacks and colleges have taken notice. Brandt has already taken an unofficial visit to Westwood and [...]
In their last two meetings, Windward needed last second heroics to gets past Long Beach Poly. Jordin Canada made sure they would not happen again. The McDonald’s All-American scored 11 of on her 27 points in the fourth quarter to lead Windward to the Southern Section Open Division championship game in a 62-49 victory over [...]
Wonder Smith scored 10 of his 22 points in the third quarter, and helped the Wildcats reach the championship game, after defeating Price 68-54 in the Division 4A playoffs on Friday night. They have defeated the Knights twice now, beating them earlier in the season 64-62 at the University tournament. The team took advantage of [...]
Girls Basketball: Windward shakes off the rust; sets up a rematch with LB Poly in the Open Division Semis
After last season’s loss to Bishop O’ Dowd in the CIF state championship game, Windward was ready to begin their new quest to get back to Sacramento. They have been preparing for this opportunity all season and Wednesday night got them a step closer to their goal, defeating Canyon Springs 52-42 in the Open Division [...]