Water polo wins league game

The boys’ water polo team defeated Alemany 24-1 on Wednesday afternoon in the team’s fourth league game of the season. Alemany is usually a much weaker team than the Wolverines, who defeated them last year by a score of 22-2. Despite the inferior opponent, players said that games against weaker teams in the league provide […]

Team to recoup after senior departures

In the wake of last year’s exodus of talented graduating seniors, the boys’ water polo team is looking for young players to step up. With their offensive attack limited, the team will further focus attention on defensive effort and world-class goalie Sam Krutonog ’18. Head of Aquatics Brian Flacks has shown that he is capable of […]

Boys' water polo players place second in Junior Olympics

Nineteen members of the Harvard-Westlake boys’ water polo squad, playing as Los Angeles Premier, took second place in the U.S. National Junior Olympics under-18 category, facing four of their former teammates in the championship game. They were also the youngest team to finish in the top 24 of the tournament in Orange County from July 25-28. “I […]

3 starters return to program after season-long absence

After losing 2-1 to Cathedral High School last Thursday in the squad’s first home game of the season, the boys’ varsity soccer team will face Redondo High School in the South Holiday Tournament this Thursday. The Cathedral Phantoms took a 1-0 lead within the first 10 minutes of the match. The Wolverines notched their only score […]

Boys' water polo earns share of league title

The boys’ water polo team rolled through its penultimate league game on the road Oct. 30 by outscoring Alemany High School 20-1. The win means the Wolverines have earned at least a share of the league title, their first in five years. The win brings their league record up to 3-0 and their overall record […]

Boys' tennis team beats Viewpoint

After its 15-3 loss against San Marino the boys’ varsity tennis team rallied beating Viewpoint. Although final score was a 9-9 tie in sets the Wolverines won the match in games. “while several injuries have definitely made things a lot more difficult for us, we all stepped up today and were able to get a […]

Boys' soccer opens season with 2-1 win at home

Lucas Bongarra earned his first win as the head coach of the boys’ soccer team on Monday, Nov. 26 with the Wolverines’ victory over Bell Gardens. Bongarra, who was hired as the head coach last spring,  watched his team win its season opener 2-1 at Ted Slavin Field. Goals from Ty Gilhuly ’13 and Patrick […]