Girls’ soccer wins in second round of CIF playoffs

Girls soccer has continued their 16-0-6 undefeated season into the playoffs, beating San Clemente High School and Santiago Corona High School, advancing them to the CIF SS DI quarter finals against Cypress High School on Feb. 12. The team’s game against Santiago Corona on Friday was sent into first overtime after remaining 0-0 through regulation. […]

Midseason bumps prevent league title

Midseason bumps prevent league title

The girls’ soccer team finished the season with an overall record of 11-4-2, putting them at second place in the Mission League behind Flintridge Sacred Heart. Center defensive mid Kerry Neil ’19 said that the team is disappointed that they were not able to win the Mission League for the first time in five years. […]

Girls’ soccer loses at home

Girls’ soccer loses at home

The girls’ soccer team was defeated 2-1 at home Friday night by Flintridge Sacred Heart. On an early goal by Kat Hollis ’19, the Wolverines got out to a quick lead before Sacred Heart scored two straight goals. The team had a few chances to put in a second goal at the end of the […]

Girls’ soccer edges rival

The girls’ soccer team defeated Chaminade 2-1 at home Friday night in the team’s first matchup this season against the rival Eagles. Until forward Katherine Hollis ’19, known for her strength and shooting ability, juked Chaminade’s center back and scored with left-footed 38 minutes into the match, the Wolverines got a lot of chances on […]

Alumna earns spot on FIFPro shortlist

FIFPro announced Ali Riley ’06’s selection to the player-elected Womens’ World XI shortlist on Wednesday.   Riley, an outside back for Sweden’s FC Rosengård, appeared in the Summer Olympics last year, playing for New Zealand’s national team. “Simply being mentioned in the same sentence as these two feels like a dream, let alone being nominated alongside them,” Riley wrote on Instagram, referring […]