Football: Westlake makes an impression
Westlake Village Westlake held its annual spring game on Friday night and invited West Hills Chaminade to be its opponent in a seven-on-seven competition that brought out its fans. The Warriors, coming off a 14-0 season, showed they are loaded again for this fall, according to Chaminade Coach Ed Croson.
"They have a lot of weapons," Croson said. "I say they're going to be outstanding."
Croson raved about Westlake quarterback Nick Isham.
"Isham looks great," he said. "He's accurate, he's polished and he doesn't hold onto the football."
Chaminade has at least 20 sophomores who could be on varsity, so Croson wanted the opportunity for them to play against the best.
"We have a pretty good idea where we want to go," he said.
Westlake starts its official passing season on Saturday playing in the Pierce College tournament.
-- Eric Sondheimer