Moore says, ‘every day [was] a new experience’

Performing arts teacher Christopher Moore will be leaving the school this year to what he describes as “semi-retire” in Ashland, Ore. shortly after graduation. In his 26 years at the school, Moore produced student productions and the annual Playwrights Festival. He said the festival was memorable for him because it is so unique for a […]

Cheating the System

Cheating the System

Every time Rodney* ’19 received an essay assignment in his sophomore English class, he would go home and share the prompt with his tutor, who would write the essay in front of him on his own computer while only sometimes asking Rodney for his input. “I got worse [in English last year] because I stopped […]

Short roster makes for a playoff hurdle

The boys’ lacrosse team finished the regular season with an 8-6 record, and after a bye in the first round of the playoffs, expects to face Chaminade, a team they beat earlier in the season by a score of 8-7 . Attacker Reid Hudgins ’18 said the team’s experience playing together the last few years […]

Lacrosse rolls past St. Francis

Lacrosse rolls past St. Francis

The boys’ lacrosse team defeated St. Francis Wednesday by a score of 13-3 in the final game of the regular season. Though the Wolverines struggled to crack the opponent’s zone defense in the first half, Paul Rodriguez ’18 had three goals in the second half to propel the team to a dominant win. The Wolverines […]

Lacrosse trounces Oak Park

Lacrosse trounces Oak Park

The lacrosse team completely overpowered Oak Park by a score of 13-3 today at home. The game was almost out of reach for Oak Park after the first quarter, as they faced a 5-0 deficit. The Wolverines were able to score three goals in the final two minutes of the first quarter. After that, Paul […]

Midseason bumps prevent league title

Midseason bumps prevent league title

The girls’ soccer team finished the season with an overall record of 11-4-2, putting them at second place in the Mission League behind Flintridge Sacred Heart. Center defensive mid Kerry Neil ’19 said that the team is disappointed that they were not able to win the Mission League for the first time in five years. […]

Strong finish secures second in league

Strong finish secures second in league

The boys’ soccer team finished second in the Mission League with a record of 9-8-2 Friday. Head Coach Kris Ward said that, given the age of the team, second place is a great way to finish. “Before the start of the season, we weren’t sure what the other teams were going to look like,” Ward […]

Girls’ soccer loses at home

Girls’ soccer loses at home

The girls’ soccer team was defeated 2-1 at home Friday night by Flintridge Sacred Heart. On an early goal by Kat Hollis ’19, the Wolverines got out to a quick lead before Sacred Heart scored two straight goals. The team had a few chances to put in a second goal at the end of the […]

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