Wolverines defeat Granada Hills 45-14, begin season 2-1

After starting their third quarterback in as many weeks, the Wolverines had no problem defeating Granada Hills Charter High School 45-14. With Marshal Cohen ’16 ruled out for the season with a re-torn ACL, Noah Rothman ’16 was forced into the starting quarterback role, and ended up torching the Highlanders’ defense, throwing for 107 yards […]

Wolverines win first football game of the season

With both Marshal Cohen ’16 and Noah Rothman ’16 unable to play due to injuries, the Wolverines were forced to start Jake Grode ’19 at quarterback, and he did not disappoint in his first varsity start. The Wolverines defeated the Jefferson Democrats 44-23. The squad started the game with a Mike Mapes ’16 fumble recovery […]

Changes imminent after Martin post

A Facebook post from former Wolverine football player Jonathan Martin ’08 revealing that he attempted suicide multiple times during his NFL career and felt unable to fit in at John Thomas Dye and Harvard-Westlake will cause the athletic department to increase its focus on the wellbeing of student athletes, Athletic Director Terry Barnum said. As […]

Some change is for the better

Some change is for the better

One of the reasons I kept going back to Laurel South summer camp year after year until two years ago was because of how receptive the staff was to constructive criticism and hearing the campers’ thoughts and suggestions each summer. At the end of August, just as the camp was about to adjourn, the director […]

Team comes up short in Season Opener

Coming off of ACL surgery during his sophomore season, Marshal Cohen ’16 had finally fully rehabbed from the gruesome injury he suffered against St. Paul High School two years ago. To begin the season against Loyola Aug. 28 at Ted Slavin Field, the Wolverines’ opening drive culminated in a Cohen interception on what ended up […]

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