Trade sends Martin ’08 to San Francisco 49ers

NFL offensive tackle Jonathan Martin ’08 was traded to the San Francisco 49ers March 11 after walking out on the Miami Dolphins  last fall, claiming he was being bullied by teammates. Martin will be returning to his home state, California, and Jim Harbaugh, his coach at Stanford, who coaches the 49ers. “I’m really happy he […]

Girls' soccer undefeated through 13 after victory over Notre Dame

The girls’ varsity soccer team followed up its 6-0 win over Louisville with a 2-1 victory against Notre Dame Friday to move to 13 straight games undefeated. A brace from Courtney O’Brien ’15  led the team to their 13th straight game undefeated, a streak in which the Wolverines have won 12 games and drawn one. […]

Wolverines look to rebound from 5-0 loss to Mira Costa

For the second consecutive season, the girls’ soccer team’s first loss came at home against Mira Costa, this year by a score of 5-0. Going into this seasons Dec. 13 matchup, Wolverines took the field against the Mustangs following two consecutive shutouts to begin their campaign for a CIF championship, following last year’s semifinals loss […]

Girls' soccer wins home opener against Oaks Christian

After a 3-0 victory over El Camino Real in its first game of the season, goals by Courtney O’Brien ’15 and Mackenzie Howe ’14 elevated the girls’ varsity soccer team to a 2-0 victory over Oaks Christian in the Wolverines’ home opener Wednesday night. Following a few close scoring chances that couldn’t be finished, O’Brien […]

Cross country places 6th and 11th at State Finals

A week after qualifying for State with top three finishes, both the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams finished top 12 in California State Championships Saturday at Woodward Park in Fresno. The girls’ team  finished sixth overall in Division IV at the Championships. The team was led by Lizzy Thomas ’14, who finished 20th with […]

Football suffers largest loss of 2013

Still winless in Mission League play, the Wolverine football team lost to Chaminade Friday by one of the largest deficits in school history, 73-0. With Quarterback Marshal Cohen ’16, who suffered a torn ACL and meniscus in the team’s 23-31 loss to St. Paul on Oct. 18, out for the rest of the season, Ryan […]

Wolverines overwhelm Sylmar

The Wolverine football team enters its Oct. 5 Homecoming matchup against Palisades Charter High School with a 4-0 record after defeating Sylmar on their home turf on Sept. 20. In what many predicted to be a down year, the team has dominated its opponents so far, winning each game by an average of more than […]

Football vs. Sylmar named Time Warner Cable's Game of the Week

The undefeated Wolverine football team will travel to Sylmar High School this Friday, Sept. 20 to face the Spartans in what Time Warner Cable has deemed its “Game of the Week.” Marshal Cohen ’16 will lead a Harvard-Westlake attack that has averaged 41 points-per-game thus far this season against a Sylmar team that scored 83 […]

Football defeats Granada Hills in Thursday night matchup

Back at home after a one-game road trip, the Wolverine football team defeated the Granada Hills Highlanders by a score of 47-18. The game was on a Thursday night because of Yom Kippur the next day. Harvard-Westlake entered halftime leading 19-12 after giving up a last second touchdown, but the team’s spread offense beat their […]

Football captures win against North Hollywood

In its first away game of the season, the Wolverine football team defeated the North Hollywood Huskies by a score of 49-14 Friday night. Harvard-Westlake had already put 42 points up on the board before North Hollywood reached the end zone for the first time late in the third quarter. With a running clock and […]