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WHS Cheerleaders attend 2013 UCA Stunt Camp at Indiana University

What a great three days we had at cheer camp at the end of July!  Our cheerleaders worked hard learning new material as well as perfecting what we were already working on for this season.   We did bring home several awards, including Best School Song, an Elite Program Award, and our Varsity girls earned Camp Champions in their division!  Six

Football Homepage Migration

The football team is moving into our new home here on the Westfield Athletics site. Bear with us as we get our area up and running. For more information in the mean time, check out our Social Media and Info Page (in the Program Links above) for links to our blog, twitter, and more!

WHS Cheer Team Shares An Evening of Fun with Sander’s Glen Residents

The WHS Cheerleaders and Mascots had a great evening with some of Westfield’s oldest and wisest residents this week.  As a community service event, the kids took time out of their schedule to play board games and card games with the residents at Sander’s Glen Assisted Living Community.  We learned that there is a former Westfield Cheerleader living

2013 Jump Tumble and Stunt-a-thon

The WHS Cheerleaders concluded their first week of practice this summer with the 2nd Annual Jump, Tumble, and Stunt-a-thon fundraiser.  We had a lot of fun together and saw several team and individual successes!  There was great teamwork, especially in working with new partners and new stunt techniques!  An additional shout out to all our jump off finalists — the competition was very tight

Rocks Fall to Royals in Extra Innings to End Season

The Rocks traveled to Zionsville last Thursday evening to open the IHSAA State Tournament with a game against the Hamilton Southeastern Royals.  The Rocks had swept the HCC foe twice in the season, both taking extra innings to determine a winner.  Thursday was no different.  Westfield scored first in the fourth with one run, but

… State Bound!

  Congratulations to Kyle Duvall and Paul Waite as they qualified for State.  Kyle finished 3rd in the 1600m run and Paul finished 3rd in the Pole Vault in Regionals qualifying each to compete in the IHSAA State tournament held this year at IU in Bloomington on Friday May 31st.  Wish each of them good

Rocks Wrap Up Regular Season with 5-4 Win Over Logansport

The Logansport Berries traveled last night to Shamrock Field to wrap up the regular season with a game against the Rocks.  Westfield came out of the gates fast, scoring two in the first but the Berries responded with three runs in the second inning and one in the third to take a 4-2 lead.  Facing

Strong Pitching Propels Rocks Again

The Rocks the Lafayette Jeff Bronchos in the final game of the HCC play on Saturday.  The Rocks scored one in the first, two in the fourth and one in the sixth en route to a 4-1 victory and their 21st win on the season.  Luke Dietz started for the Rocks and pitched four innings

All 3 relay teams and 5 individuals move on to Regionals!

Senior Kyle Duvall finishes second in Sectionals and qualified for Regionals. All individuals and relay teams that finished 4th or higher in Sectionals, qualify for Regionals.  Westfield had 5 individuals and for the first time ever, all three relay teams qualify for Regionals.  Westfield finished 4th in what is widely considered the best sectional in

Westfield Falls to Lafayette Jeff 5-1

The Rocks traveled to Lafayette Jeff last night to play the Bronchos at Loeb Stadium.  The Bronchos scored twice in the first, once in the second, once in the fourth and once in the fifth.  The Rocks scattered six hits and could only produce one run, losing the contest 5-1.  Max McCool started for the