New players, same goal

The boys’ water polo team enters a new season having won 37 consecutive games and back-to-back CIF Southern Section Division I Championships. Despite past accomplishments, this season’s squad refuses to rest on its proverbial laurels, Head of Aquatics Brian Flacks said. “The thing that I love about the team this year is that I never […]

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 […]

Lacrosse head coach announces departure to players

After a three-year stint headlined by a US Lacrosse Southern Section Northern Division championship, a Mission League title, and an impressive total of six playoff wins, varsity lacrosse head coach Alex Weber has announced to his players that he will be stepping down from his position at the conclusion of the 2014-15 school year. “All […]

Baseball dominates non-league play, clinches playoff berth

With just six games remaining for the Wolverines this season, the baseball squad is making their final push for a Mission League title. The team currently holds an 18-3 overall record, with all three losses coming in League and by one run.   One of the team’s three losses came to rival Loyola. The Wolverines […]

Wolverines win three straight as playoffs approach

Coming off of a huge 23-13 rivalry win at Crespi on April 25, the varsity lacrosse team is hitting its stride as playoffs approach, clinching second place in the Mission League with the pivotal win over the Celts. Despite a 15-8 loss on Tuesday to Corona Del Mar, the team holds a 10-6 overall and […]

Revamped squad succeeds early, enters massive matchup with Palos Verdes

Despite losing two former LaxPower High School All-American selections to graduation in midfielders Noah Pompan ‘14 and Jack Temko ‘14, the varsity lacrosse team has still established itself as a title contender in the CIF Southern Section Northern Division. The team holds a 4-1 overall start to the season and 1-1 record in Mission League […]

The Last Hurrah

Greg Hilliard was honored at a banquet following the conclusion of his final regular season home game Friday night by speakers who called him “a class act,” “a force for good” and “cool, calm and collected.” Festivities began before the game. The referees spoke and presented Hilliard with a plaque, and Chaminade Head Coach Todd […]

Bench depth compensates for girls' basketball injuries

The girls’ basketball team will utilize a high-pressure defense and an up-tempo, guard-heavy offense to compensate for its lack of size as the league season gets under way. In the girls’ non-league matchup against Ventura on Saturday, the team’s last game as of press time, Head Coach Melissa Hearlihy used the team’s depth to rotate […]

Wolverines open up season undefeated

The boys’ soccer team has jumped out of the gates firing on all cylinders with an undefeated start to their 2014-2015 campaign. The team currently holds a 7-0 overall record (2-0 league) and is ranked 13th in the state by MaxPreps. The story of the year for Head Coach Lucas Bongarra’s squad has been the […]

Revamped basketball squad succeeds early on, enters league play with momentum

  Behind the dominance of lone returning starter Alex Copeland ‘15, the emergence of transfer Wolfgang Novogratz ‘16, and the improvements of several former reserves, the varsity boys’ basketball team has stayed afloat despite heavy graduation and transfer losses, with a 9-6 overall record so far and an 1-2 start in Mission League play. Copeland, […]

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