Happy Homecoming, Westlake-Style

The Rose Arch Ceremony at Westlake High draws lots of school spirit, continuing to the parade and the crowning of Homecoming Royalty before the football game. King and Queen this year are Tommy Bowles and Abbey Kaye.

The Rose Arch Ceremony at Westlake High draws lots of school spirit, continuing to the parade and the crowning of Homecoming Royalty before the football game. King and Queen this year are Tommy Bowles and Abbey Kaye.

It was a great weekend for homecoming. Westlake High did it up right with lots of activities including a big win on the football field over visiting Lakewood last Friday

The Rose Arch Ceremony at Westlake High draws lots of school spirit, continuing to the parade and the crowning of Homecoming Royalty before the football game. King and Queen this year are Tommy Bowles and Abbey Kaye.

Westlake went on to celebrate on the football field with a 35-17 win over SWC foe Lakewood. The win was first-year Westlake coach Jason Hall’s first victory at the school. Westlake outscored Lakewood, 21-0, in the second quarter as running back JaQuan Hardy scored two of his three touchdowns in the stanza. Terence Rose caught a touchdown pass and returned a kickoff for a TD.

Westlake’s Circus theme continued into Saturday at the gala Homecoming Ball as students had a blast dressing up, looking great and having fun with friends at Cirque De Westlake.

To see more photos visit: www.westlake.k12.oh.us/schools/whs/Pages/Homecoming-2015.aspx.

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