Westlake will have to recover from the loss of Oregon tight end commit Seth Figgins, who moved to Eugene for his senior year. Here’s an inside look at the 2019 Warriors.

Links: Westlake team page | 2019 schedule | Roster

2018 IN REVIEW

7-4, (2-2) #3 in Marmonte League, Division 2 playoffs first round (lost 19-14 to Los Alamitos)

HEAD COACH

Tim Kirksey is entering his third season as Westlake’s head coach.

RETURNING

Offense – 5. Defense – 2

TOP PLAYERS

Marco Siderman QB Sr. 6-2 215

Dylan Flowers CB Jr. 5-10 150

Omar Mejia G Sr. 5-10 200

Victory Vaka DT Jr. 6-3 305

Tyler Enderle WR Sr. 5-10 150

James Anders WR, SB Sr. 5-10 170

Pablo Zepeda TE Sr. 6-0 220

THREE TO SEE

Marco Siderman, QB

Holy Cross commit. Fought injuries last season and only played in four games.

Dylan Flowers, CB

Holds two scholarship offers. Had two picks last season.

Victory Vaka, DT

73 tackles and 4 sacks as a sophomore. Holds eight scholarship offers.

OUTLOOK

Losing Oregon tight end commit Seth Figgins hurts, but the Warriors will fight through the loss. Figgins transferred to Sheldon High School in Eugene, Oregon in early August.

Marco Siderman must play mistake free football in order for Westlake to win a majority of their games in 2019. The Warriors’ schedule is loaded.

Victory Vaka and Dylan Flowers are great players on defense, but they don’t have much help.

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