Westlake Seeks New Coach After Ray Steps Down

Westlake High coach Dennis Ray has decided to step down from his post after seven very successful years running the Warriors’ program, and the school administration is accepting applications for a new coach, the Westlake Lacrosse Boosters announced this week.

 
Ray led the Warriors for seven seasons, amassing 92 victories and four league championships. A perennial playoff team, last spring Ray and the Warriors reached the US Lacrosse Los Angeles semifinals for the fourth time in five seasons.

Candidates interested in applying for the position should contact Westlake principal Jason Branham by July 1: 100 N. Lakeview Canyon Rd., Westlake Village, CA, 91362 or jasonbranham@conejousd.org. The full job posting appears below.

Below is the letter sent by the Westlake lacrosse booster club:

After seven years at the helm of the Westlake HS Boys Lacrosse program, Head Coach Dennis Ray has made the decision to step down.

Dennis has led the WHS Boys Lacrosse program as Head Coach since 2010. In seven years as head coach his teams posted 92 wins and captured four League Championships including three of the last four Marmonte League titles.

Under Dennis’ leadership, Westlake High School Boys Lacrosse has evolved into one of Southern California’s premier high school lacrosse programs, consistently producing NCAA DI, DII, DIII and MCLA college recruits. LaxPower consistently ranks Westlake among the Top Ten CIF Southern Section teams, receiving that distinction four of the past five years.

Please join the Westlake HS Boys Lacrosse Boosters in thanking Dennis for his years of service and extraordinary contributions and accomplishments. We will miss you Dennis and wish you all the best in your future endeavors.
~ Westlake High School Boys Lacrosse Boosters

Job posting:

Westlake HS boys varsity job posting