The West High Girls Basketball team are opening a Girl's Basketball On-Line Store for all West High Fans. Click on the link below to the online catalog.
The store opened Monday, November 4, 2019 and closes on Friday, November 15, 2019. The catalog has West High Girls Basketball personalized fan gear as well as generic Wahawk items. This store is a fundraiser for their program.
Congrats to Senior Avery Kroll for being named to the All MVC 1st Team while Senior Lauren Conrey and freshman Sahara Williams were named to the All MVC 2nd Team. Juniors Caira Hall and Gabby Moore were named Honorable Mention.
Waterloo West, which fell one game short of making the state tournament, finished the season with a record of 27-14, which was the most wins and best record since 1997.
Olivia Worthley of Waterloo West High School signed her National Letter of Intent to play soccer for Hawkeye Community College. Hawkeye Community College is a member of the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference. Worthley is a three-year starter and she was an Honorable Mention All Mississippi Valley Conference selection.
Dr. Anthony W. Pappas, Director of Athletics at Waterloo West High School comments: “I am extremely happy for Olivia and her family. We are very proud of her and wish her the best of luck as she joins the Hawkeye Community College Red Tails.”
Braley Bogart of Waterloo West High School signed her National Letter of Intent to bowl for Hawkeye Community College. Hawkeye Community College is a member of the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference. Bogart is a three-year letter winner and she has a career 231 high game.
Dr. Anthony W. Pappas, Director of Athletics at Waterloo West High School comments: “I am extremely happy for Braley and her family. She is a wonderful young lady and we want to wish her the best of luck as she joins the Hawkeye Community College Red Tails."
The Waterloo West Volleyball program will be honoring longtime Waterloo Teacher and Coach Karen DeSerano at their Breast Cancer Awareness Volleyball game on Tuesday, October 1st vs. Liberty High School. The Sophomore and JV Team will begin at 5:30 pm with the Varsity game starting around 7 pm. Coach DeSerano will be honored just before the Varsity game.
Fans are encouraged to pack the gym in support of Coach DeSerano and wear pink to the game. Special "Team DeSerano" shirts are being sold to help raise money for the game and Breast Cancer Research. Complete the form below and bring to the West High Athletic Office or Hoover Middle School by September 23rd.
Karen DeSerano was diagnosed with breast cancer this past May and has gone thru several chemo treatments and is scheduled for surgery October 17th. DeSerano has been a Teacher in the Waterloo School District since 2004 starting out at Kittrell Elementary and has been a coach and teacher at Hoover Middle School since 2014.
She started coaching Volleyball at Peet Junior High and has been coaching Volleyball, Basketball and Track at Hoover for the past several years. She has also coached club volleyball teams throughout her career and has been the official Scorekeeper for home UNI Volleyball games for the past 31 years. DeSerano has had such a positive impact on so many kids that she has taught and coached over the years with several of them playing for West High that night.
All proceeds from the sale of the Team DeSerano shirts will be going to Breast Cancer Research in Karen DeSerano's name.
Congratulations to Senior Football player, Isaac Tolbert for being named the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier Prep of the Week!!
Tolbert is coming off a huge game where he ran for a school record 343 yards and four touchdowns.
The 2019-2020 West High Athletic Booster Club Membership forms and Athletic Passes are now available!!
Consider joining and supporting Wahawk Athletics. Athletic Passes get you into every home West High event as well as Waterloo Warrior Hockey!!
Click on the form below and return to the West High Athletic Office.
Contact the West High Athletic Office if you have any questions or need a Membership Form.
The West High Athletic Booster Club will be hosting the 2019 Fall Sports Kickoff on Thursday, August 22nd at Waterloo Memorial Football Stadium.
This is going to be a great night for Wahawk Athletics and different than previous Kick Offs. There will be several events going on throughout the night so plan on getting there early. Here is the schedule for August 22nd:
5:00-8:30 pm - Ford's Drive 4 UR School Fundraising event. Test drive a new Ford Vehicle and for every test drive, Ford pays the West High Athletic Booster Club $20. We have a chance to earn $6,000 for our Athletic Programs. Save time and Pre-Register online at the following link: https://t.co/gxdyc098Fa?amp=1
5:00-7:00 pm - Walking Tacos, Hot Dogs, Loose Meat Sandwiches, cookies or chips and a drink will be available as a meal deal for $5.00
5:30 - 6:50 pm - Open practices for all Fall Sports Teams. Volleyball will be inside the Central Gym, Swimming will be in the Central Pool, Football, Golf and Cross Country will all be outside in Memorial Stadium
7:00 - 8:00 pm - Fall Sports Kickoff. Come out and meet the Coaches and student athletes that will be competing for West High this Fall. The Marching Band, Cheerleaders and Dance Team will all be performing!!
Booster Club Memberships and Wahawk Merchandise will be all be available to purchase.
Ms. Ashley Berinobis has been recommended to the Waterloo Board of Education to be named the next head volleyball coach at Waterloo West High School. She is a graduate of Waterloo East High School and has served as an assistant JV volleyball coach and assistant Varsity Volleyball coach at West High School. In addition, she has served as a head club volleyball coach for many years.
Dr. Anthony W. Pappas, Director of Athletics at West High School comments: “We are very excited to have Ashley Berinobis take over our volleyball program. We feel she will continue to lead our volleyball program in an upward and positive direction. Her ties to West High School are an asset that will help her continue to move our volleyball program forward.”
Brandon Steen has been recommended to the Waterloo Board of Education to be named the new head bowling coach at West High School. Steen is an avid lifelong competitive bowler and has spent the past 25 years coaching youth and high school bowlers in the Cedar Valley. Steen is currently a United States Bowling Congress certified Silver Level bowling coach.
Dr. Anthony W. Pappas, Director of Athletics at West High School comments, that he is excited to have Coach Steen take over our bowling program. “He will lead one of our most accomplished West High athletic programs and I feel very confident that he will continue to guide our program in a positive direction and keep us very competitive with the other elite bowling programs in the state. We whole heartedly welcome Brandon to our West High Coaching Family.”