The West High Athletic Booster Club is hosting the 26th Annual Golf Outing on Thursday, August 9th at Red Carpet Golf Course.
This golf outing is a major fundraiser for the Booster Club, and directly supports West High's Athletic programs, facilities and teams.
Cost: Only $75 per golfer which includes your Green Fees, Cart, Lunch, Dinner, Social Hour and Goodie Bag.
Schdedule: 11:30 am Lunch, 12:30 pm Shotgun Start, 5:00 pm Social, 6:00 pm Dinner/Prizes
Call Red Carpet Golf at (319) 235-1242 or fill out the Registration Form below to sign up your foursome. Mail the registration to:
West High Athletic Booster Club
c/o Janell Wright
Waterloo, IA 50701
Feel free to call Janell at (319) 833-0026 with questions.
The Wahawk Dance Team is back and will once again be offering the painted Wahawk Flying "W" on your driveway as their fundraiser.
$25 for new orders and $20 to touch up existing driveway logos.
So show off your Wahawk Pride by filling out the order form below and send it to:
2924 W. 9th St.
Waterloo, IA 50702
Feel free to contact Coach Nelson with questions at (319) 231-7229.
Congratulations to Freshman Softball player, Brianna McPoland for being named a Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier Prep to Watch!!
Starting June 12 - Monday - Friday
Advanced Boys: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Girls Lift: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Soph Boys / Beginners: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Clayton Streed , a member of the Waterloo West High School Track and Cross Country teams, signed his letter of intent to attend Hawkeye Community College. Clayton is a four year letter winner in both cross country and track at West High School. He qualified for the state track meet during his sophomore, junior and seniors seasons and he qualified for the State Cross Country Meet during the 2016 season.
Director of Athletics, Dr. Anthony W. Pappas stated: “We are all very happy for Clayton.. I want to personally congratulate him on this great accomplishment. We wish him well at Hawkeye Community College.”
Carondis Harris-Anderson, a four year starter for the Waterloo West High School boy’s basketball team has decided to continue his basketball career at McKendree University in Lebanon, Illinois. Carondis is a two time First Team All Mississippi Valley Conference selection and a two time First Team All Metro Selection and a Second Team All Stater.
Dr. Anthony W. Pappas, West High’s Athletic Director comments: “I am so happy for Carondis and his entire family. He has worked very hard and really improved over his career at West. He will do very well at McKendree University.” Pappas added: “We want to wish Carondis all the best as he moves on to the collegiate level.”
Congratulations to Senior Track & Field Athlete, Ta'Mara Roby for being named a Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier Prep to Watch!
Zia Collett, a four year varsity player for the Waterloo West High School girls basketball team has signed her Letter of Intent and will continue her basketball career at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Zia was an honorable mention All Metro selection during the 2017-18 season. Dr. Anthony W. Pappas, her high school basketball coach comments: "I am proud of Zia. She has worked hard over the last four years and we hope she does well at Mount Mercy." Pappas added: "We want to wish Zia Good Luck as she moves on to the collegiate level."
Sam Tudor of Waterloo West High School signed his letter of intent to attend the University of Missouri-Kansas City and run Track. Sam is a multi-sport athlete who lettered in track all four years at West High School and during his Senior year he was named Captain of the Track Team.
Sam has run at the State Track Meet the past three years. He has participated in eight different events - placing second in 2017 in the 4 X 400 Medley Relay and he ran on the 2017 Class 4A State Championship 4 X 200 Relay Team.
In addition, Sam has been a three time Drake Qualifier. Director of Athletics, Dr. Anthony W. Pappas stated: "We are very happy for Sam. I know that he has worked extremely hard to achieve his goals. We wish him well at UMKC."
Congratulations to Sophomore Track and Field Athlete Deyton Love for being named a Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier Prep to Watch.
Congratulations to Junior Goal Keeper, Izzy Guyer for being named the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier Prep of the Week!!
Congratulations to Seniors Aleah Cook and Carondis Harris-Anderson for being selected as the Waterloo Exchange Club's Most Valuable Senior Basketball Players for Waterloo West.
Carondis was also named the Most Valuable Boys Basketball Senior Athlete for all of Waterloo.
Congratulations to Senior Sam Tudor on being named the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier Prep of the Week!
Aleah Cook, a four year letter winner for the Waterloo West High School girl’s basketball team has signed her letter of intent and will continue her basketball career at Iowa Central Community College in Ft. Dodge, Iowa.
Aleah is an honorable mention All Mississippi Valley Conference selection and an honorable mention All Metro Selection.
Dr. Anthony W. Pappas, her high school basketball coach comments: “I am so happy for Aleah and her entire family. She has been a pleasure to coach and we hope she does well at Iowa Central.” Pappas added: “We want to wish Aleah all the best as she moves on to the collegiate level.”
Marissa Gates, a bowler for Waterloo West High School, signed her national letter of intent to attend Waldorf University in Forest City, Iowa on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.
She is a four time letter winner and was named captain during her senior year. She was a two time Individual Regional Bowling Champion and a First Team All-District selection. In addition, she was a First Team All-Conference selection and a Second Team All State selection.
Director of Athletics, Dr. Anthony W. Pappas stated: “We are very happy for Marissa and her entire family. She had an excellent bowling career at West High School and we will miss her next season. We wish her Good Luck on her collegiate career.”
Congratulations to Senior, Carondis Harris-Anderson and Sophomore Isaiah Johnson for making 1st Team All Metro while Senior Kalen Burt was named to the 2nd Team.
Sophomores Jaden Keller and Nick Pepin were named Honorable Mention.
Congratulations to Senior Carondis Harris-Anderson for being named to the 4A All State 2nd Team by the Iowa Print Sports Writers Association.
Harris-Anderson finished his career with 1,288 points at West High.
The Wahawk senior averaged 21.6 points while shooting 50 percent from the field this past season. He also led the Wahawks with 6.5 rebounds per game and ranked among the team leaders in assists, steals and blocks.
Congratulations to Junior Na'Tracia Ceaser for being named to the Girls Basketball All Metro 1st Team while Junior Jada Draine and Sophomore Lauren Conrey were both named to the 2nd Team.
Seniors Aleah Cook and Zia Collett were both named Honorable Mention.
Senior Carondis Harris-Anderson was named to the All Mississippi Valley Conference 1st Team as voted on by the MVC coaches.
Harris Anderson was West’s leading scorer at 22.2 points per game, shooting 50.5 percent overall and 38.4 percent from behind the arc. He also led the Wahawks in rebounding at 6.5 per game and averaged 2.0 assists.
Senior Kalen Burt and Sophomore Isaiah Johnson were named Honorable Mention.
Seniors Todd Keller and ShauRome Taylor were named All Academic.
Colleen Duffy, a starting 3rd baseman for the Waterloo West Wahawk Softball team, has signed her Letter of Intent to continue her softball career at Central Methodist University.
Central Methodist University is a NAIA Division I school in Fayette, Missouri. The Eagles are a member of the America Athletic Conference.
Colleen is a four year letter winner who has played on West High's Varsity softball team since she was an incoming freshman and has received All Conference and All Metro Honors.
Junior Na'Tracia Ceaser was named to the All Mississippi Valley Conference First Team as voted on by the conference Girls Basketball coaches. Ceaser was the leading scorer for West at 15.9 points per game. She also averaged 4.8 rebounds and 2.4 steals.
Lauren Conrey was named to the 2nd Team. Conrey, just a Sophomore, averaged 8.8 points per game and averaged 5.1 assists and 3 steals per game. Her 118 assists on the season ranked her 3rd in all of 5A.
Junior Jada Draine and Senior Aleah Cook were named Honorable Mention.
Draine along with Junior Kaitlyn Meyer were named to the All Academic Team.