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Graduated from Oregon State University and was a two time Pac 10 placer and two time NCAA National Tournament Qualifier for the Beavers.  Michael was also a multiple time Freestyle Wrestling All-American while attending Oregon State and a University National Freestyle Runner-Up.  Michael is entering his 10th season as the head wrestling coach at Westview.  During that time Westview has had 24 state placers, 22 league champions, 9 state finalists and 3 state champions.  The last four seasons Westview has been in the top 8 of the state tournament and won the Metro League tournament in 2019.  Michael is a Health teacher at Westview High School.  Prior coaching experience at West Linn High School and James Logan High School in Union City, California. 

Boys Basketball

Coach Wolf started with Westview Basketball in the spring of 2017. He has coached at the high school and college level since 1994 including time in Oregon (University of Portland), California (Harvard-Westlake School & Stanford), Massachusetts (Cushing Academy), New Jersey (Academy Charter HS) and Pennsylvania (Delaware Valley College).

His coaching resume includes 2 California state titles, a Final Four appearance and 2 New Jersey state championship appearances and the Wildcats have qualified for 2 OSAA 6A state tournaments. After a 3 sport all-league high school career in Los Angeles, he played college basketball at Tufts University (MA), graduating 3rd on the school’s all-time 3pt shooting list. He earned his Master’s Degree in Education from Stanford University and currently teaches in the Westview English Department as well as the AVID elective.

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Coach Melissa Hoekert, more commonly known as Coachie, has been the Head Cheer Coach at Westview since 2000.  Since then, the team has placed in the top 2 in the state 15 times including 9 State Titles.  She has been selected as a finalist for OCCA Coach of the Year multiple times and was awarded the honor in 2004.  Coachie volunteers on the Oregon Cheerleading Coaches Association's (OCCA) Executive  Board and currently serves as the Championships Director.  Coachie cheered for 3 years before graduating from Westview High School in 1999.  She went on to graduate with a Bachelors of Science in Liberal Arts from Portland State University and currently works as the General Manager of a local screen printing and embroidery company.

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Coach Ashley Quesnoy has been coaching high school dance since 2007 and became the Head Dance Coach at Westview High School in 2012. Before taking over at Westview Ashley coached at Banks High School and danced with Modern Ballet company Kinetic Images and Hip Hop Company In.Gauge Dance Crew. Since taking over the program at Westview the team has brought home four Fall Championship titles in Jazz, Contemporary and Hip Hop. At the OSAA State Championships the team has placed top five each year and also competes at the national level, most recently placing 2nd in Contemporary and 5th in Hip Hop. Ashley was a finalist for the DDCA Coach of the year award in 2015.  She currently works within the Beaverton School District as a Para Professional. 



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Girls Basketball

Coach Kevin McElroy is entering his 17th season coaching basketball in Oregon. This will be his second year at Westview high school. The previous ten years, he served as head basketball coach of the Milwaukie Lady Mustangs. He has also coached high school varsity boys’ basketball at Franklin high school, and Catlin Gable, as an assistant. As a basketball player, Kevin played for Winona State University in Minnesota from 1995-1999. During his final two seasons at Winona State, his team ended up Northern Sun Intercollegiate conference co-champions in 1998, and conference champions his senior year in 1999. Locally he played high school basketball for Jesuit High School from 1989-93, where he was team MVP in 1992, and team defensive player of the year in 1993. He was also varsity team captain from 1991-93. Kevin enjoys working with high school student athletes, and is proud to teach life lessons that will help students develop strong personal individual growth in a team environment. Kevin believes that life lessons learned through sports play an important role in helping student athletes become positive productive people in our society. He also works with youth throughout the year with summer camps and off-season skill development.