Alumna earns spot on FIFPro shortlist

FIFPro announced Ali Riley ’06’s selection to the player-elected Womens’ World XI shortlist on Wednesday.   Riley, an outside back for Sweden’s FC Rosengård, appeared in the Summer Olympics last year, playing for New Zealand’s national team. “Simply being mentioned in the same sentence as these two feels like a dream, let alone being nominated alongside them,” Riley wrote on Instagram, referring […]

T-shirts sold to honor coach’s sister

The boys’ basketball teams donated the proceeds from Friday’s senior night t-shirts to breast cancer research. The scoreboard graphic on the front of the shirts, which reads 50-11, is in honor of Junior Varsity Head Coach Steve Moore’s sister Veronica, who passed away from breast cancer last summer. “It’s just like a saying she used […]

Boys’ soccer drops playoff match

Coming off of an 11-8-4 season, the boys’ soccer team suffered a first-round playoff defeat to Redondo Union on Thursday.  The loss eliminates the Wolverines from postseason play. “We started poorly,” head coach Kris Ward said.  “We were maybe overcome by the situation and went down 1-0 in the first 10 minutes.  After that, we […]

Boys’ Basketball wins first playoff game

Boys’ Basketball wins first playoff game

The boys’ basketball team passed its first playoff test Wednesday night, defeating West Ranch 80-62. Cassius Stanley ’19 and Mason Hooks ’20 led the scoring with 16 and 14 points respectively.  With point guard and team captain Ali Iken ’17 facilitating, the Wolverines distributed the ball well, as seven players scored more than five points. After […]

Boys’ basketball drops league road game

Boys’ basketball drops league road game

The Wolverines fell to Alemany 74-52 Wednesday night, never recovering from an early 16-0 Warriors run. Minus sophomore guard Cassius Stanley ’19, the team’s scoring revolved mostly around Johnny Juzang ’20, who notched 18 points. Multiple sources confirmed that boys’ basketball program head David Rebibo had told the team Tuesday that Stanley had asked for […]

Before the sun comes up

Every Tuesday and Friday, Paul Leclerc ’18 wakes up at 4:30 a.m. to attend swim practice.  For one and a half hours, Leclerc and the swim team train in the water, followed by a forty-five minute weight lifting session. “Any extra work is going to help, especially in swimming, where it’s very work-intensive. So, I […]

Last-second goal leads to boys’ soccer tie

The boys’ soccer team narrowly missed out on a road win Friday night, falling short on Loyola’s game-ending equalizer which knotted the score at 1. Head Coach Kris Ward expressed dissatisfaction with the match’s final sequence, claiming that the game clock should have expired before Loyola was able to score. “Everyone in and around the […]

Goals missing in Mission League play

The boys’ soccer team entered the season with a first-year head coach and facing a gauntlet of winter break tournaments. Over a ten-day stretch, the players participated in eight games, from which the team has emerged as a unit, prepared to take aim at a playoff run. The squad had four wins, three losses and […]