Alums respond to college campus racial tension

Alums respond to college campus racial tension

Alex Copeland ’15, a freshman at Yale College, said his immediate instinct is to say that he has not experienced racism at the campus in New Haven, Conneticut. But then he thought for a moment. “I really haven’t experienced blatant racism at all here,” he said. “But, for example a couple of weeks ago, I […]

Copeland '15 named to all-state basketball by Cal-Hi Sports

After compiling a list of accolades that already included selections to the Mission League first-team, Los Angeles Daily News first-team and CIF Southern Section Division 4AA first-team, senior guard Alex Copeland ’15 racked up yet another honor recognizing his phenomenal 2014-15 season, being named to the Cal-Hi Sports Division IV first-team on Friday evening. Copeland, who […]

Six winter athletes named to All-CIF teams

The all-CIF Southern Section teams for four winter sports were released on the CIF-SS’ website on Monday evening, and the teams for girls’ water polo were released on Friday afternoon. In total, six Wolverine athletes were selected to the first teams in their respective divisions. In boys’ basketball, Alex Copeland ’15 was Harvard-Westlake’s lone selection. The […]

Hilliard's career ends with fourth straight quarterfinal playoff loss

For three straight years, the CIF-SS Division 4AA quarterfinals had spelled doom for the Harvard-Westlake varsity boys’ basketball team; Gardena Serra in 2012, Bishop Montgomery in 2013, and Buckley in 2014 had all eliminated the squad in the third round of their year’s respective playoffs. Thanks to Mission Prep’s Quinton Adlesh ’15, the infamous streak lives on for […]

Wolverines take second consecutive playoff game, heading to quarterfinals

Rancho Mirage High School, only in its second year of existence, earned its first varsity basketball playoff appearance in school history during the 2014-15 season. Alex Copeland ’15 made sure it ended quickly. In a second-round CIF Southern Section Division 4AA playoff game attended by the likes of the Los Angeles Times’ Eric Sondheimer and the Los […]

Wolverines blow 18 point lead, fall to rival Loyola again

The last time Harvard-Westlake boys’ basketball saw Stone Gettings ’15, the Loyola forward hit a three-pointer with five seconds left to stun a sold-out Wolverine crowd and allow his team to escape Taper Gymnasium with a thrilling 58-55 win on Jan. 23. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, the Cornell commit picked up where he left off in the […]

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