Alumnus reaches Major League Baseball

The Atlanta Braves called up Max Fried ’12 from their Double-A affiliate to join the team’s bullpen August 5. Fried was the seventh overall pick in the MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres in 2012, but his first appearance with the Braves will be his major league debut. The left-handed pitcher is the Braves’ No. 10 prospect, known for his […]

Renovations to weight room complete

Renovations to weight room complete

The weight room underwent a renovation this summer to accommodate a larger number of athletes with an improved layout and new equipment. Strength coach Sarah Mock said that the room’s new capacity will increase efficiency in training, allowing twice as many athletes as the previous version to train at once. Now, multiple teams are able […]

Basketball players announce intent to transfer

Basketball players announce intent to transfer

Basketball players Cassius Stanley ’19, L Simpson ’19 and Terren Frank ’20 appeared to announce their intent to attend Sierra Canyon School next year via posts uploaded to social media Wednesday night. A video uploaded to Stanley’s Instagram and Twitter accounts depicts him passing a basketball to himself and dunking in Hamilton Gym. As Stanley leaves […]

Playoff loss spells early end to baseball season

Playoff loss spells early end to baseball season

Just a year removed from a CIF-SS Division I title game appearance, the baseball team is out of playoff contention, as MLB Pipeline No. 8 prep prospect Hans Krause pitched Dana Hills to victory over the Wolverines in the first round of postseason play Thursday afternoon. “I’m feeling heartbroke for our kids, that’s what I’m feeling,” […]

Juniors participate in college admissions workshop

Juniors participate in college admissions workshop

Admissions personnel from 46 colleges and universities participated in a college admissions workshop hosted at the Upper School on Thursday evening. The workshop was designed to educate students and parents on the realities of the college admissions process. “The goal of the program is that there are no right answers, and that it’s a very […]

Furious comeback sets up chance for series sweep

Stymied for most of the night, the baseball team defeated Chaminade for the second day in a row after JP Corrigan ’20’s walk-off reach on error capped a three-fun final frame. The Wolverines did not record a hit over the first six innings, though they were able to advance runners through walks, hit batsmen, and […]

Baseball strikes out Chaminade in series opener

The baseball team defeated Chaminade 5-2 in the first matchup of a three-game set, advancing its record to 3-1 in league play (8-1 overall). Ace right-hander Jesse Bergin ’18 bounced back from a difficult performance last week, surrendering two runs over four innings and tallying the win.  Nico Manucci ’17 notched the save, his second of […]

Baseball falls short in Alemany finale

After a pair of victories fueled by strong offensive performances, the baseball team suffered its first loss of the season in a sweep-thwarting shutout by Alemany. The team had started its season undefeated, compiling a 7-0 record in the Easton Tournament and the first two games of the series. Converting on strong performances from right-handers […]

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