Change of Pace

New varsity boys’ basketball Head Coach David Rebibo has already begun working out with his 2015-16 prospective basketball players and plans to return the program to prominence after the retirement of 30-year Head Coach Greg Hilliard. “I want to build a program from the ground up,” Rebibo said. “We just hope to create our own […]

Cyclist aims for 2016 Rio Games

From ninth grade through the summer before her senior year, Jordan Ellison ’15 believed she was going to play softball in college. She had more than 10 colleges giving her offers to play at their schools. However, after watching cycling events on television during the 2012 London Olympics, she decided that she wanted to try […]

Wolverines to face Corona del Mar in Semifinals

The Wolverines turn their attention to Corona del Mar today, which beat Long Beach Wilson 10-9 in the Quarterfinals. Harvard-Westlake squared off against Corona del Mar earlier this season, beating them 22-7 in the S&R Tournament Finals. “They’re well coached,” Head Coach Brian Flacks ’06 said. “They play with a ton of energy and enthusiasm. […]

Baseball heats up as playoffs approach

The Wolverines travelled more than 400 miles to Horizon High School in Scottsdale, Arizona before they lost their first game. This loss to Horizon started a nine-game stretch from March 24 to April 14 where Head Coach Matt LaCour’s previously top-ranked baseball team struggled with unexpected inconsistency. The Wolverines lost four games and tied a […]

Alum to play in NCAA tournament for Harvard

Three years after winning CIF as a junior on the boys’ basketball team, Zena Edosomwan ’12 is preparing for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball tournament as a freshman forward on the Harvard University basketball team. In his first season at Harvard, Edosomwan averaged 5.7 minutes per game and score in double figures in one […]

Collins ’97 signs with Brooklyn Nets for season

After playing basketball for four years at Harvard-Westlake, four years at Stanford University and for 12 years in the NBA before coming out as gay in April 2013, Jason Collins became the first openly gay male athlete to play in a major American sports league under a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets. Feb. 23. […]

Trade sends Martin ’08 to San Francisco 49ers

NFL offensive tackle Jonathan Martin ’08 was traded to the San Francisco 49ers March 11 after walking out on the Miami Dolphins  last fall, claiming he was being bullied by teammates. Martin will be returning to his home state, California, and Jim Harbaugh, his coach at Stanford, who coaches the 49ers. “I’m really happy he […]

Wolverines fall to Loyola, look for at-large playoff bid

Finishing its regular season with a 66-56 loss Feb. 10 against Loyola, the boys’  varsity basketball team will aim to reach CIF playoffs via an at-large bid after failing to automatically qualify for the first time in head coach Greg Hilliard’s 29-year tenure. The Wolverines finished their season at 4-8 in Mission League competition and […]

Girls' golf team finishes 2nd behind Notre Dame

After entering Mission League Playoffs having lost its last three matches, the girls’ golf team was able to right the ship and finish second in the Mission League league behind its rival, the Notre Dame Knights. The team ended the season with a 5-3 overall record and a 5-2 league mark, with its league losses […]

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