Baseball falls to Cypress High School in CIF Final

Baseball falls to Cypress High School in CIF Final

Baseball fell 2-0 to Cypress High School last night in the CIF division one championship at Dodger Stadium. The squad looked for its second ever title since its first win in 2013 as well as redemption following two back to back first round playoff exits. The team’s run in the North Carolina National High School […]

Drew Bowser ’20 to play in Prospect Development Pipeline League

Drew Bowser ’20 to play in Prospect Development Pipeline League

This morning at all-school assembly, shortstop and Stanford University commit Drew Bowser ’20 announced he will be playing in the Prospect Development Pipeline League this summer at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. According to PDP’s official website, the League is a collaborative effort between MLB and USA baseball to establish an official identification and player […]

Wolverines Only: Keila McCabe

Wolverines Only: Keila McCabe

Waking up on game day is the best feeling in the world. There is nothing like putting on my white long-sleeve Harvard-Westlake softball shirt and packing my red hair ribbon for our game after school. Throughout the day, I see my teammates, wearing the same long-sleeve, and we point to our shirts, exchanging an ‘ayyy.’ […]

Team looks for CIF redemption after 2018 early exit

Team looks for CIF redemption after 2018 early exit

Baseball has continued its strong season with consistent tournament play, an overall record of 23-5-1 and league record of 4-3-1, placing second in Mission League to rival Notre Dame High School. One of the team’s three losses this season was to Orange Lutheran, ranked first in the nation according to MaxPreps, in the championship of the National […]

Early wins fuel strong league start

Baseball has begun its season with a strong 9-1 record after losing to Valencia High School in the first round of the CIF Playoffs last season. The team won the Easton Tournament to start the year, defeating the Notre Dame Knights in the final. Outfielder Tyler Ganus ’20 said close bonds between members of the […]

Students participate in first pop-up play festival

The school hosted its first pop-up play festival March 9, in which students wrote, directed, cast and performed eight plays in a 24-hour time period. Assistant Features Editor Zoe Redlich ’20 proposed and organized the event, with the help of Performing Arts teacher Michele Spears and Justin Park ’20. About 30 total students participated in […]

Wolverines Only: Charlie Mendes

Wolverines Only: Charlie Mendes

I started playing soccer when I was five. My parents never forced me to play, but, as a Brazilian, soccer was ingrained in my life from the second I was born. One of my earliest memories was setting up two trash cans in my front yard as goals and playing my dad one-on-one or listening […]

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