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  • Westland Roundup

    JOSHUA A. BICKEL/THISWEEKSPORTS
    Javon Watson of Westland shoots a jumper over Grove City's Josh Burgett during a 92-72 loss to the host Greyhounds in the first round of the Grove City Tip-Off Classic on Dec. 5. The Cougars were 1-2 overall before playing Thomas Worthington on Dec. 12.

    Boys team battles size disadvantage

    With only two starters taller than 5-foot-10, Westland High School boys basketball coach Scott Vayansky realizes that his team will enter most games this season with a height disadvantage.
Ready Roundup

Girls squad works to handle 'junk' defenses

After his team built a 16-point halftime lead Dec. 13 at Central Crossing, Ready High School girls basketball coach Joe Lang wasn't surprised about the adjustments the Silver Knights were forced to make.
Westland Roundup

Wrestlers pleased with new coach

When Bret Busby resigned as Westland High School wrestling coach after last season, athletics director Greg Burke didn't have to look far to find his replacement.
Ready Roundup

First-year coach excited about wrestling squad

Ready High School wrestling coach Trent Brooks is excited about the change of scenery he's made this winter.
Westland Roundup

Boys coach wants to bring stability

When Scott Vayansky followed Seth Martin to Westland High School last year to serve as an assistant coach with the boys basketball team, he knew the program was facing a rebuilding project.
Ready Roundup

Boys squad to have new look

With its leading scorer averaging fewer than 13 points and priding itself on defense and toughness, the Ready High School boys basketball team made its fifth state tournament appearance a year ago.
Ready Roundup

Football squad finishes with loss

Early in the third quarter of its game Oct. 31 at Hartley, the Ready High School football team got a 10-yard touchdown run from Brenden Knox and trailed just 28-19.
Westland Roundup

Foundation set for football team

Westland High School football coach Kyle Goebbel believes he set a solid foundation for the future in his first season with the program.

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