Squad ends on 4-game winning streak, fails to make CIf Playoffs

Despite finishing the season with a four-game winning streak, the varsity softball team fell just short of CIF, ending Mission League play one game out of the top spot. The team’s final league record was 6-4 and its overall record was 10-12-1. The team’s winning streak was highlighted by team captain Jessica Johnston ’14, who […]

Water polo coach invited to U.S. team

Water polo program head Brian Flacks ’06 was invited to be the assistant coach for the U.S. Men’s Junior National team, which will compete in the Youth World Championships in Istanbul in August. Flacks led the boys’ team to a CIF Division I championship this season and was named CIF-SS Division 1 Coach of the […]

Walk-off homerun gives team first win

Despite a slow start, the girls’ varsity softball team has won two out of its last three games after dropping its opening two as of press time. Although the record does not show it, the team feels like they are on the right track. “We have faced some tough opponents. Both teams that we lost […]

New coach seeks to grow program and develop players

After five seasons under Head Coach Joe Aranda, the athletic department has hired Claire Rietmann-Grout as the new softball program head. Prior to coaching at Harvard-Westlake, Rietmann-Grout played college softball at Towson University and coached for four years at Immaculate Heart High School. “Coaching here is an incredible opportunity. We have the best support staff, […]

Captain to join UPenn football team

Julian Shabahang ’14 committed to the University of Pennsylvania to play football Nov 5. Shabahang, a wide receiver, led the team in receptions this season with 47 and yards, 570. He had five total touchdowns, one rushing and four receiving. Shabahang was a senior captain this season, which culminated in the football team’s 47-6 loss […]

Senior golfer plays in pro tournament

Golfer Bakari Bolden ’14 participated in the Advocates Invitational Pro Tour Championship Amateur Division at Chester Washington Golf Course on Aug. 17-18. Bolden shot 72 and 73, totalling five over par to win low amateur. “I was really just playing golf,” Bolden said. “I was just out there trying to win.”

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