Boys' basketball team finishes in fourth place at invitational tournament

By Luke Holthouse Following an 83-63 defeat at the hands of El Camino Real in a consolation game for third place, the boys’ basketball team finished in fourth place at the Fairfax Tournament on Friday, June 30. The Wolverines advanced to the semifinals of the tournament and fell to Pasadena before facing El Camino Real. […]

Boys' basketball gets first win against Hawthorne

By Robbie Loeb After beginning the season with two consecutive losses to Santa Monica and Pacific Hills, the boys’ basketball team earned their first win in the Pacific Shores Tournament on Dec. 1 against Hawthorne, 87-59. Power forward Derick Newton ’14 led the Wolverines in scoring with 17 points, as the team cruised its way to a 28 point […]

Girls' basketball defeats Chaminade

By Charlton Azuoma The girls’ basketball team came closer to securing  first place in CIF Southern Section Division II-A while vying for a tie for first place in the Mission League by beating the Chaminade Eagles 57-41 in Taper Gymnasium on Tuesday night. Hilary King ‘11 and Natalie Florescu ’13 led the Wolverines on the offensive […]

Boys' basketball defeats rival Loyola

By Judd Liebman In one of the most anticipated games of the season, the boys’ basketball team extended its undefeated league record to 5-0 with a narrow 81-74 home victory over rival Loyola on Jan. 14. Big men Damiene Cain ’11 and Zena Edosomwan ’12 combined for 51 points and 31 rebounds to lead the […]

Prefects alter Spirit Week events, games

By Caitie Benell and Emily Khaykin Spirit Week is adding new events this year, with two assemblies and four theme days. Tuesday is Sports Day, where students will be encouraged to wear jerseys and t-shirts of their favorite sports team or Harvard-Westlake team. On Wednesday students wear their leg warmers and spandex for ’80s day. […]

New senior to join varsity basketball team

By Charlton Azuoma and Austin Block A little over a year after moving to the United States from Serbia, Danilo Dragovic ’11, younger brother of UCLA basketball standout Nikola Dragovic, will be joining the class of 2011. Danilo Dragovic attended a specialized economic high school in Serbia for two years and was playing for a […]

12 grade: Roller coaster

This was it. Senior year was what we had been waiting for, when everything was supposed to come together. The first stretch was an uphill battle: grades still mattered, college applications were stacking up in front of us and all of a sudden we felt the crushing prospect of figuring out the next step in […]

12th grade: Roller coaster

This was it. Senior year was what we had been waiting for, when everything was supposed to come together. The first stretch was an uphill battle: grades still mattered, college applications were stacking up in front of us and all of a sudden we felt the crushing prospect of figuring out the next step in […]