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 […]
Mike Mapes ’16 was named defensive MVP of the Angelus League. Mapes led not only the Wolverines, but also the entire Angelus League with 164 tackles. He led the second best defender in terms of tackles by 63. Nick Richmond ’16, Eric Bradley ’16, Noah Rothman ’16 and Alex Barnum ’16 were all named to […]
After a gutting loss to Peninsula in the CIF finals, the girls’ tennis team had no choice but to refocus. By making it to the semifinals, they qualified for the CIF regional tournament, but they fell on Friday to Torrey Pines in the regional tournament semifinals by a score of 4-3. “We had never made […]
The Wolverines defeated the Newbury Park Panthers 73-56 in the first round of the Calabasas Tournament. The game signified not only the debut of Head Coach David Rebibo, but also the first appearance for freshman phenom Cassius Stanley '19 and he did not disappoint.
The Wolverines defeated the Newbury Park Panthers 73-56 in the first round of the Calabasas Tournament. The game signified not only the debut of Head Coach David Rebibo, but also the first appearance for freshman phenom Cassius Stanley ’19 and he did not disappoint. After the Wolverines trailed the Panthers 17-11 early in the game, […]
The football team has named wide receiver Zac Harleston '17, offensive lineman Odin Hernandez '17, safety Max Robertson '17 and linebacker Cameron Welther '17 as the captains for the 2016 season.
The football team has named wide receiver Zac Harleston ’17, offensive lineman Odin Hernandez ’17, safety Max Robertson ’17 and linebacker Cameron Welther ’17 as the captains for the 2016 season. During the regular season, Harleston caught 11 passes for 114 yards and a touchdown. At the end of the year, he played on the […]