The Girls’ Water Polo team’s season is underway, the team going 2-0 in league play and 6-3 in their overall season. The squad has the added pressure of maintaining their 19-year long league win streak. “I think that each week we are getting better, which is really good,” Caitlin Neapole ’16 said. “We focus a […]
Following a defeat in their first league game against Crespi, the boy’s soccer team brought their league record to 0-1-1 with a tie against Notre Dame against Jan. 8. The game was scheduled as the league home-opener, but was moved away from Ted Slavin Field because the lights for the field were not able to […]
Guided by returning stars Wolfgang Novogratz ’16 and Ali Iken ’17, along with newcomer Cassius Stanley ’19, the varsity boys’ basketball team has exceeded expectations in David Rebibo’s first season as Head Coach. The squad has an overall record of 12-4 and has started 0-2 in Mission League play. Despite the loss of Alex Copeland […]
Coming off of a championship win at the OC Winter Showcase, the girls’ varsity soccer team struggled in the National Elite Prep Showcase in Texas from Jan. 7 to Jan. 9. The squad lost against Hebron, Byron Nelson High School, and Coppell and tied Boyd High School. “The Texas teams were more competitive than most […]
There was something special about the night of December 4th, 2015. That Friday night, a star emerged. Taper Athletic Pavilion was a solar system and Stanley was a supernova, exploding in the first home game of his high school career. The new era had officially begun.
Cassius Stanley ‘19 models his game after Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook. “I think his explosion, I think I have similar athleticism like him, and, (although) I am bigger than Russell Westbrook…I think that I can still do some things like him,” Stanley said matter-of-factly, as though there’s nothing special about being taller […]
With 2.1 seconds left in overtime, Crespi’s Brandon Williams ’18 hit a flailing, one-handed 16-footer to give the visiting Celts a 77-75 victory over the Wolverines. Coming into the game, the Celts were ranked 10th in the CIF-Southern Section and are the defending Division IV State Champions. Harvard-Westlake entered play as the 18th best team […]
In the second game of the El Segundo Winter Classic, Harvard-Westlake defeated Pacific Hills 79-30.
In the second game of the El Segundo Winter Classic, Harvard-Westlake defeated Pacific Hills 79-30. The first quarter was dominated by the Wolverines who only allowed the Bruins to score two points. In that first period, Ali Iken ’17 scored eight points and Cassius Stanley ’19 added six points on three dunks. During the second […]
Harvard-Westlake defeated the El Segundo Eagles in both teams’ first contests of the El Segundo Tournament. The Wolverines won 77-51. The Wolverines led the entire game, starting with back-to-back three pointers from Ray Mueller ’16 and Cassius Stanley ’19 and then a layup by Carter Begel ’17 which gave the squad an early 8-0 lead. […]
The Wolverines defeated the Heritage Christian Warriors 76-59 in Head Basketball Coach David Rebibo’s first home game of his tenure. The game started off nicely for the Wolverines, with Ali Iken ’17 and Cassius Stanley ’19 hitting back-to-back three pointers to give the home team an early 6-2 lead. Both squads traded baskets throughout the […]