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 […]

Boys’ soccer takes first league loss

The boys’s soccer team lost a league game for the first time this season, dropping a home match to Crespi 1-0. The loss follows a pair of scoreless ties to open the team’s league season. It is the third game in a row in which the Wolverines have been shut out. Theo Velaise ’17 was […]

Boy’s basketball victorious against Crespi

The boys’ basketball team defeated Crespi 79-51 to notch their third consecutive league victory Monday night. Guard Johnny Juzang ’20 scored 19 points, leading the team in scoring for the second straight game. Although they led by only a single score at halftime, the Wolverines were able to pull away in the second half to […]

Boy’s soccer victorious in first home game

The boys’ soccer team won a taut 1-0 victory over Culver City on Friday night, securing its first home victory of the season. The Wolverines’ high-press system set up Will Roskin ’18’s decisive goal, the second of his career.  After surrendering five goals in its first game of the season, the back line has rebounded to […]

The men and women in black

The lights in Rugby theater dimmed, and the applauding crowd quieted in anticipation. “Turn the house off, please,” Savannah Weinstock ’18 said, “standby six. Go six.” From high above the stage, the orchestra played the first bars of “Look Down,” the opening song of Les Miserables. “Standby seven and eight. Go,” she said. Slowly, the […]