The Mustang Junior Varsity Tennis Team participated in the Wildkat Classic in Willis on 3/21 with some outstanding results:
Jordyn Ivey and Edith Castro finished 3rd in Girls Doubles
Nick Gonzaga was the winner of the Boys Singles Consolation Bracket
Chhun Hong and Libby Scroggins were the 3rd place finisher in Mixed Doubles
Nick Rowland and Jimmy Klauck finished 2nd in Boys Doubles
Chandler Mallon and Jacob Campbell won the Boys Doubles Consolation event
The Junior Varsity and Freshmen Boys Track teams recently competed at the Conroe Relays. The Mustangs won the JV meet, while the freshmen took 2nd overall.
1st Place Medal winners included:
Junior Varsity - Cole Crawford in the 200m, David Ramos in the 1600m, Spencer Frazier in the 110m Hurdles, Bryce Williamson in the 300m Hurdles, Zian Arzac in the Pole Vault, Joel Hietikko in the Long Jump, and Noah Sigler in the Discus.
Freshmen- Ryan Frank 110m Hurdles, 300m Hurdles, & High Jump, and the 4x400m Relay team consisting of Preppie Olison, Tristan Brady, Payton Finch, and Juleon Joseph.
2nd Place Medal winners included:
Junior Varsity - Cole Crawford in the 100m, David Ramos in the 3200m, Caleb Demmer in the 100m Hurdles, and the 4x100m relay team consisting of Bryce Williamson, Preston Deming, Colten Costello, and Cole Crawford.
Freshmen- Tristan Brady 800m
3rd Place Medal winners included:
Junior Varsity - Preston Deming 100m, and Caleb Demmer Pole Vault.
Freshmen- the 4x200m Relay Team consisting of Preppie Olison, Ryan Frank, Caelan Gallagher, and Payton Finch, and Logan Roark Triple Jump
On April 6 senior boys and girls will compete in the Mustang Man and Miss West competition that will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the Auditorium. In this event, the girls are judged on three categories: interview, spirit wear, and evening wear. The boys are judged on: interview, evening wear, and talent. Click on the headline to access a document containing details. HURRY - the entry deadline is March 23rd!
Click the above headline to go to the page with information about the 2017 Prom and Project Prom.
On Saturday March 4th more than 200 students gathered at the school before heading out for the Second Annual West Serves Event. The event allows West students to help the community by volunteering at a variety of places. This year the students deployed to a wide range of organizations including the Malcolm Purvis branch of the Montgomery County Library, the History Depot Complex, Magnolia City Hall, Community Garden, Magnolia Fitness Center, St. Matthias the Apostle Church, the JoyRide Center (provides therapeutic horsemanship), Nichols Sawmill Elementary,Williams Elementary, Lyons Elementary, and Magnolia West High School.