Squad finds consistency with playoffs approaching

Squad finds consistency with playoffs approaching

Despite early season injuries, boys’ basketball adjusted mid-season and found success with the help of its deep roster, posting a 17-6 overall record and a 4-2 league record. The team has competed in three tournaments so far. Head coach David Rebibo said the schedule is more challenging this year in order to prepare the team […]

Wolverines Only: Mason Hooks

Wolverines Only: Mason Hooks

It’s May 13, 2004, game five of the Western Conference Semifinals. Lakers at Spurs. Derrick Fisher has just stunned the entire San Antonio crowd with a buzzer-beater that gave the Lakers an improbable victory. It’s a shot I have watched countless times as a Lakers fan, but only recently did I see the full broadcast […]

Boys’ basketball wins over St. Francis on senior night

Boys’ basketball wins over St. Francis on senior night

Boys’ basketball won against St. Francis 68-53 on senior night. The Wolverines’ overall record improves to 15-5 and league record of 3-1. Before the game, forward Kyle Hearlihy ’19, guard Darren Long ’19 and guard Trae Meyer-Walley ’19 were honored in a senior night ceremony. All three seniors, along with guard Johnny Juzang ’20 and […]

Boys’ basketball loses to Loyola 66-61

Boys’ basketball loses to Loyola 66-61

Boys’ basketball lost to rival Loyola High School last night 66-61, giving the team its first league loss of the season. The team is currently 12-5 overall and 2-1 in league. Wing Holden McRae ’20 said the team was upset with the loss but wants to use it as motivation to get better. “We’re definitely […]

Boys’ basketball secures its first home victory

Boys’ basketball secures its first home victory

The boys’ basketball team won tonight against Beverly Hills High School 58-53 in its first home game of the season. In a close matchup with the Beverly Hills Normans, the Wolverines maintained the lead in the beginning of the game but towards the end of the first half the Normans cut the difference. “We wanted […]

Wolverines Only: Rachel Brown

Wolverines Only: Rachel Brown

My first experience with Harvard-Westlake field hockey was in third grade. Young and scared, my three best friends and I had recently started playing and were looking to perfect our skills during the summer, or at least hit the ball a few yards further. The days were filled with great games, super fun, cool older […]