Jason Collins ’97 featured in museum exhibit

Jason Collins ’97 is featured in an exhibit in the National African-American Museum recognizing his bravery in becoming the first openly gay athlete to play in any of America’s four major professional sports. Collins played in the NBA for thirteen seasons before retiring in 2014. A jersey signed by his teammates is featured in the exhibit, […]

L’chaim to layups: JSU hosts tournament

The school’s chapter of the Jewish Student Union will hold its second annual charity basketball tournament in Hamilton Gym on Feb. 18. The event aims to raise money toward scholarships for local students to travel to Israel. It is hosted on behalf of the national Jewish Student Union and the National Council of Synagogue Youth, […]

T-shirts sold to honor coach’s sister

The boys’ basketball teams donated the proceeds from Friday’s senior night t-shirts to breast cancer research. The scoreboard graphic on the front of the shirts, which reads 50-11, is in honor of Junior Varsity Head Coach Steve Moore’s sister Veronica, who passed away from breast cancer last summer. “It’s just like a saying she used […]

Door closes on Open Division aspirations

When the CIF-Southern Section released the 16 teams which qualified for Open Division play, the Wolverines were stuck on the outside looking in. As outsiders, it’ll be much more difficult for these defending state champions to stay gold. Instead of a playoff game against either Sierra Canyon or Chino Hills, boys’ basketball will compete to […]

Boys’ basketball drops league road game

Boys’ basketball drops league road game

The Wolverines fell to Alemany 74-52 Wednesday night, never recovering from an early 16-0 Warriors run. Minus sophomore guard Cassius Stanley ’19, the team’s scoring revolved mostly around Johnny Juzang ’20, who notched 18 points. Multiple sources confirmed that boys’ basketball program head David Rebibo had told the team Tuesday that Stanley had asked for […]

Who are you?

I was in an Uber last fall when the driver asked me where I went to school. When I told him, his eyes lit up. “Doesn’t that Cassius Stanley kid go there? He’s insane. I’m gonna go to some of your games this year.” Months later, during the Wolverines’ game against Loyola, sometime after Cassius’ two […]

Wolverines edge out Alemany

The boys’ basketball team traveled to St. Francis and defeated the Golden Knights 59-51. Despite a rough first half, the team managed to outscore the Golden Knights 37-25 in the second half, overcoming a 4 point half-time St. Francis lead. ‪Mission League Boys’ Basketball: @sfhs_athletics leads @HWHoops 26-22 at half. ‬ A video posted by […]

Wolverines drop second straight game in 61-45 defeat to Alemany

On the night of Head Coach David Rebibo’s birthday, there was little celebration to go around for the Wolverines. After a stormy Friday more suited for the tropics than the San Fernando Valley, Alemany crashed the Fanatics’ tropical-themed party at Taper Athletic Pavilion, had their cake, and ate it, too. The Warriors won 61-45 against […]

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 […]

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