January 7, 1999 |
Quarterback Kyle Boller of Hart High, who passed for a state single-season-record 4,841 yards, has been selected the state player of the year by Cal-Hi Sports magazine. Making the all-state team were receiver Jerry Owens of Hart, tight end Mike Seidman of Westlake and defensive lineman Brian Montesanto of Royal. Running back Marquis Brignac of Taft was a second-team selection.
August 27, 1998 |
Name, School, Ht., Wt., Year, Comment 1. Kyle Boller, Hart, 6-3, 190, Sr. Can be best in Southern California 2. Casey Clausen, Alemany, 6-4, 210, Jr. His size and intelligence stand out 3. Nick Czernek, Newbury Park, 6-2, 180, Sr. Passed for 3,358 yards, 24 TDs in '97 4. Zac Wasserman, Westlake, 6-3, 200, Jr. Fits perfectly in Warrior passing scheme 5. Larry Brown, San Fernando, 6-3, 215, Sr. Possesses plenty of ability 6. Chris Lombardo, St. Bonaventure, 6-2, 215, Jr.
July 12, 1998 |
Zac Wasserman of Westlake High threw four touchdown passes, two each to Mike Seidman and Chris Catalano, to help the Warriors beat Crespi, 24-18, in the championship game of the Monarch passing tournament at Valley College on Saturday. Wasserman, who passed for 2,788 yards and 31 touchdowns as a sophomore last year, had 18 touchdown passes in five games Saturday. He had four passes intercepted.
November 7, 1998 |
It didn't take Westlake High long to hit high gear Friday night in a Marmonte League game against Simi Valley. Chris Catalano took back the opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown and the Warriors (7-1-1, 3-1-1) were off to the races and a 35-14 victory over the Pioneers at Simi Valley. Julian Lambert's one-yard touchdown run capped a 10-play, 53-yard drive to give the Warriors a 14-0 lead midway through the first quarter.
November 22, 1997 |
In other Division III first-round games: Westlake 21, San Marcos 17--The Warriors scored three second-quarter touchdowns and used a stingy second-half defense to hold off San Marcos at Westlake High. Adam LaLiberte scored on a 55-yard run early in the second quarter to bring the Warriors (8-3) to within 10-7. Westlake scored twice more within a span of 1:23 on touchdown pass plays of 32 and 10 yards from Zac Wasserman to Travis Campbell.