Baseball captures first CIF title

After shortstop Brian Ginsberg ’14 flipped the ball to second basemen Alex Horowitz ’13 to record the final out of the seventh inning, the baseball team’s yearlong journey had finally concluded. Players rushed the field and piled on top of each other behind the pitchers mound, Head Coach Matt LaCour and his coaching staff all […]

The bus ride of a lifetime

I was such a naïve kid in seventh grade. I still don’t know what was going through my head when I accidentally hopped on a bus to Hancock Park after school when I was supposed to take the Westside 3 bus home. It was only my second month of school after all, but I still […]

Flaherty tosses no-hitter against Valencia

Jack Flaherty ’14 threw a complete game no-hitter en route to the baseball team’s 1-0 victory over Valencia on Saturday. The North Carolina commit threw 73 pitches, striking out seven batters and walking one in the semifinal matchup of the Easton Tournament. Arden Pabst ’13 led the team offensively, hitting 3-3 with a double and […]

Oser commits to play for Stanford

Offensive lineman Thomas Oser ’13 verbally committed to Stanford University on Jan. 14 to play football. Oser narrowed his choices down to Vanderbilt, Oregon and Stanford before making his decision on Monday. Oser recently competed in the Semper Fidelis All-American bowl, a nationally sponsored event televised on the NFL Network on Jan. 4. “I’m excited […]

Students attend Super Bowl XLVII

Elijah Akhtarzad ’15 and Noah Gains ’15 were two out of 70,000 fans attendance at the Superdome on  Feb. 3 in New Orleans to see linebacker Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens win Super Bowl XLVII. “It was more than just a football game,” Akhtarzad said. “It was about the atmosphere of the entire city.” […]

Creznic wins Southern Section Fall Coach of Year award

The California Coaches’ Association named varsity field hockey Head Coach Erin Creznic the Southern Section Coach of the Year for the fall athletics season. Creznic was chosen for the award due to her accomplishments with the team this season.  The coach’s team finished 16-2-2 overall and 7-1-1 in its league. The girls’ season ended on Nov. 1 with a […]

Loyola tabs neutral college court for rivalry game

The Loyola athletic department announced Saturday that the neutral site for its basketball home game against Harvard-Westlake will be at Occidental College. The Jan. 16 rivalry matchup will be the second meeting between the rival schools this season after the Cubs took down the Wolverines 80-61 in a tournament held at Torrance High School. Both […]

Offensive lineman to compete in All-American football game

Offensive lineman Thomas Oser ’13 will play in the second annual Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl on Jan. 4, a nationally-televised high school football game broadcast by the NFL Network at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. Oser will be one of 100 high school players on the gridiron in a traditional east versus west […]

Camarillo ends football team's playoff hopes

The best season the varsity football team has had since joining the Mission League came to an end Friday, Nov. 7 at the hands of the Camarillo Scorpions. The Wolverines lost to Camarillo 48-21 in the opening round of playoffs, ending the team’s first postseason run since 2009. The Wolverines, who came into the matchup […]

Remaining neutral

The rivalry between Harvard-Westlake and Loyola has always taken center stage for boys’ basketball, but for the second straight year, that stage will be moved to a neutral site. Last year, Harvard-Westlake’s home game was played at California State University Northridge, while Loyola’s was played at Cal State University Los Angeles. The Wolverines were defeated […]