Furious comeback sets up chance for series sweep

Stymied for most of the night, the baseball team defeated Chaminade for the second day in a row after JP Corrigan ’20’s walk-off reach on error capped a three-fun final frame. The Wolverines did not record a hit over the first six innings, though they were able to advance runners through walks, hit batsmen, and […]

Baseball strikes out Chaminade in series opener

The baseball team defeated Chaminade 5-2 in the first matchup of a three-game set, advancing its record to 3-1 in league play (8-1 overall). Ace right-hander Jesse Bergin ’18 bounced back from a difficult performance last week, surrendering two runs over four innings and tallying the win.  Nico Manucci ’17 notched the save, his second of […]

Baseball falls short in Alemany finale

After a pair of victories fueled by strong offensive performances, the baseball team suffered its first loss of the season in a sweep-thwarting shutout by Alemany. The team had started its season undefeated, compiling a 7-0 record in the Easton Tournament and the first two games of the series. Converting on strong performances from right-handers […]

Baseball advances to tournament final

After four consecutive victories, the Baseball team will compete in the Easton Tournament final on Tuesday, searching for its third consecutive tournament title. The squad breezed through the early rounds of competition, outscoring its opponents 15-6 in the first four rounds. In the final, the Wolverines will match up against Chatsworth.  The Chancellors defeated Dos Pueblos, […]

Sports teams fundraise for charities

To give back to the larger community, some sports teams have started fundraising campaigns, raising thousands of dollars to benefit cancer patients and research. Others have started an effort to raise funds for the Los Angeles homeless population. “I think it’s important for student athletes to do community service projects because it reminds us that […]

Pittsburgh Pirates draft alumnus

The Pittsburgh Pirates selected catcher Arden Pabst ’13  in the 12th round of the Major League Baseball Draft June 10 after his three years of playing for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. Pabst threw out an average of 47.8 percent of runners who attempted to steal a base, according to TheDPost.com. He had a .234 […]

Giolito makes Major League Baseball debut

Giolito makes Major League Baseball debut

Lucas Giolito ’12, former varsity baseball player, made his Major League Baseball debut pitching for the Washington Nationals against the New York Mets at Nationals Park June 28. Giolito, ranked by MLB.com as the top prospect in the Nationals farm system, recorded his first career strikeout against Mets shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera in the first inning, In […]

Wolverines lose in Division I championship game

Wolverines lose in Division I championship game

Not a word. Not a sound. Just blank stares and some tears for a Wolverine baseball team realizing that their Cinderella season had come to an end. Murrieta Mesa had spoiled Harvard-Westlake’s attempts to win their second CIF-SS Division I Championship in the last four years. Just to get to this situation, the Wolverines who […]

Wolverines advance to Division I Championship

Wolverines advance to Division I Championship

Coming into their semifinal matchup against the number one seeded JSerra Lions, not many expected the Wolverines to come away with the win. However, behind ace Jesse Bergin ’18, Harvard-Westlake stunned the prep baseball world, advancing with a 2-0 win to the CIF-SS Division I Championship game. “We knew this would be a tough game, and we […]

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