Athletics promotes Games of Trimester

The varsity boys’ basketball team, boys’ soccer, and girls’ water polo teams will be competing in matches against Chaminade High School in the second installment of the Games of the Trimester on Wednesday Jan. 9. The Games of the Trimester features several home sports games on a particular day in each trimester of the school […]

Girls’ water polo begins title-defending season

The girls’ water polo team had mixed results from its first  action of the year in the Mistletoe Tournament, finishing second to Crescenta Valley. The Wolverines moved up to Division III this year following back-to-back Division IV CIF championships. The team’s record stands 4-1 on the season. “It’s early in the season, so it was […]

Girls' water polo finishes as runner-up at Mistletoe Classic

After an overtime goal from Hannah Eliot ’16 sent the Wolverines through the semifinal match, the girls’ water polo team fell to Crescenta Valley 7-3 in the finals of the Mistletoe Classic tournament. Eliot’s goal in sudden death overtime clinched a 7-6 victory over Newbury Park before the loss to Crescenta Valley. “She’s been playing […]

Girls' water polo's Hallock commits to Princeton

Morgan Hallock ’13 committed to the Princeton Tigers on Nov. 11 to continue her water polo career collegiately. She signed her National Letter of Intent last week. “Out of all the schools that I looked at, Princeton was the one I felt most comfortable at, and I really thought that I would succeed at the […]

Water polo earns wild card spot for CIF

After leading for the majority of the game against their main Mission League rival Loyola, the boys’ water polo team was tied 11-11. With three seconds left on the clock, Loyola’s Chancellor Ramirez rose out of the water and fired a goal with no time remaining the to beat the Wolverines by a score of […]

Boys' water polo begins season in renovated pool

After playing an entire season without a home pool, the boys’ water polo team was rewarded with one of the best  facilities in the country for the upcoming season, according to Head Coach Brian Flacks ’06. “It [isn’t] even comparable,” Flacks said. “We are talking about going from a puddle to one of the nicest […]