Wolverines drop second straight game in 61-45 defeat to Alemany

On the night of Head Coach David Rebibo’s birthday, there was little celebration to go around for the Wolverines. After a stormy Friday more suited for the tropics than the San Fernando Valley, Alemany crashed the Fanatics’ tropical-themed party at Taper Athletic Pavilion, had their cake, and ate it, too. The Warriors won 61-45 against […]

Season going swimmingly for squad

Season going swimmingly for squad

Zero losses in 12 games. The winner of the Elite 8 Tournament. Two trophies in seven days. It’s a promising start with promising numbers for a boys’ water polo team that is showing a lot of – you guessed it – promise. The Wolverines ran the table in the inaugural S&R Elite 8 water polo […]

For the love of the game

For the love of the game

Among the most prominent figures on Ted Walch’s desk, which is wedged into a back corner of the drama office at Harvard-Westlake, are two transparent cases. One is a cube encasing an old, yellowing baseball littered with faded signatures. The other is a lengthier prism and houses two shiny white baseballs which look to be […]

Boys’ soccer loses despite strong comeback

There was no shortage of goals Wednesday night in West Hills, but the boys’ soccer team walked off the pitch at Chaminade empty-handed. A furious comeback from the Wolverines came up just short, losing 6-5 after trailing 5-0. Chaminade goal 5-0 Chaminade — Chaminade Athletics (@Chaminadesports) January 21, 2016 Soccer final 6-5 Chaminade wins over […]

Basketball alums win conference player of the week awards

Basketball alums win conference player of the week awards

Two former Wolverines now playing Division I college basketball, Zena Edosomwan ‘13 and Derick Newton ‘14, have won conference player of the week awards. Edosomwan, a junior center at Harvard, won Ivy League Player of the Week for the week of Monday Dec. 21 for his record-setting performance at the 2015 Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head […]

Boys’ Soccer off to rough start

Boys’ Soccer off to rough start

Following a defeat in their first league game against Crespi, the boy’s soccer team brought their league record to 0-1-1 with a tie against Notre Dame against Jan. 8. The game was scheduled as the league home-opener, but was moved away from Ted Slavin Field because the lights for the field were not able to […]

Freshman basketball phenom ushers in Rebibo Era

There was something special about the night of December 4th, 2015. That Friday night, a star emerged. Taper Athletic Pavilion was a solar system and Stanley was a supernova, exploding in the first home game of his high school career. The new era had officially begun.

Freshman basketball phenom ushers in Rebibo Era

Cassius Stanley ‘19 models his game after Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook. “I think his explosion, I think I have similar athleticism like him, and, (although) I am bigger than Russell Westbrook…I think that I can still do some things like him,” Stanley said matter-of-factly, as though there’s nothing special about being taller […]