Football wins third straight to open season

Coming off of two consecutive victories at home, the football team won its first away game of the season against Garfield 27-19. The Wolverines’s rushing attack accounted for all four of their touchdowns. Quarterback Jameson Wang ’20 ran for three scores, all coming on read-option runs. Playing in just his second game at halfback, Jake […]

Water polo comes up short

After two wins to start the season, the boys’ water polo team fell short for the first time this season, losing 8-4 to the Mater Dei Monarchs on Thursday night. This marks the team’s 10th loss in the last five seasons. The Wolverines defeated the Monarchs in both meetings last season, but brought a weaker […]

Water polo wins first home game

The boys’ water polo team won its home-opener against Murrieta Valley 10-4 on Wednesday afternoon. The team was down 2-0 in the first quarter but rallied back on an 8-2 run. With the victory, the squad has started the season 2-0. Murrieta’s goalkeeper had three saves in the first quarter, as his team went up […]

Field hockey beats Westminster 5-0

The field hockey team beat Westminster 5-0 in an away game today. Captain Mia Reilly ’18 opened the scoring for the Wolverines with two early goals. “I was able to get the first two goals in off of great assists from my teammates and the goals were within two minutes [of each other],” Reilly said. […]

Girls’ tennis falls in season opener

The girls’ tennis team lost to Valencia by a score of 7-11 in the first match of the season today. Despite the loss, players say the squad isn’t discouraged and will look at this as a learning experience. “I truly think that everyone tried their hardest,” Captain Lara Mikhail ’18 said. “I think that the […]

Football routs Jefferson

Football routs Jefferson

The Wolverines defeated the Jefferson Democrats 55-20 in their second non-league game Friday night. Although the Wolverines led in the first quarter, the Democrats came back to tie the score in the second quarter. The Wolverines began to pull away before halftime, leaving the score at 34-20. QB Jameson Wang ’20 had two rushing touchdowns, […]

Field hockey beats rival Edison

The field hockey team beat Edison 2-0 today in its first away game of the season. In previous interviews, team captains Erin Lee ’18, Mia Reilly ’18 and Head Coach Erin Creznic all had highlighted Edison as a strong team. While the squad beat Edison last year, Reilly considered it an upset. “Their team was […]

New trainer inspired by brother’s injuries

Brian Gallagher has been named the new Director of Sports Medicine for the upcoming school year. With a background in athletic training, Gallagher said he is prepared to further develop the sports medicine department. Gallagher studied Athletic Training at West Chester University of Pennsylvania and later earned an MA in Kinesiology and Sports Management from […]