Shaolin Showdown

They started out nervous. Eitan Sneider’s ’17 father had signed him, his cousin Daniel Sneider ’16 and another cousin up for three and a half weeks at a Shaolin school of Kung Fu in Yantai, Shandong, China. None of them had studied martial arts seriously except for when they were younger, Eitan Sneider said. “I […]

Sophomore record holder sets eyes on 2016 Olympic Games in high jump

Alex Florent ’15 stares ahead at the horizontal bar mounted 5 feet and 10 inches above the ground, tuning out the noise from the other events taking place on the field before jumping over it. It was at this height during the Los Angeles County Championships meet last year that Florent jumped the highest mark […]

Boys' golf remains undefeated after 3 matches

The North Ranch Golf Course has hosted US Amateur qualifiers, and on Monday March 11 it hosted members of the Wolverines boys’ golf team.  The team travelled to Westlake Village for an all-day invitational in the midst of its league season. The boys are yet to lose a match this season and stand at 3-0, […]

Softball pursues Mission League title

After scoring a total of 24 runs in its first three non-league games, and celebrating a no-hitter by Chloe Pendergast ’13, the softball team continues to prepare for its upcoming Mission League season, in an attempt to seize the maximum potential of its offense and pitching, while improving its teamwork and communication. After two run-away […]

High jumper sets school record

A record-breaking jump by Jonathan Felker ’14 kicked off the track and field season on a high note, and the varsity track and field teams will look for similar results as they approach the middle of the season. Felker cleared a height of 6 feet-2 inches in the high jump event in the opening meet […]

Boys' golf remains undefeated after 3 matches

The North Ranch Golf Course has hosted US Amateur qualifiers, and on Monday March 11 it hosted members of the Wolverines boys’ golf team.  The team travelled to Westlake Village for an all-day invitational in the midst of its league season. The boys are yet to lose a match this season and stand at 3-0, […]

Girls’ golf takes 2nd in CIF finals match

For the first time since 2001 the girls’ varsity golf team placed second in both the Mission League and in the CIF regional match. Jessica Wibawa ’13, Madeline Abrahams ’14, Kate Kushi ’14 and Amanda Aizuss ’13 finished with 18-hole scores of 78, 80, 79, and 77 respectively at Temecula Golf Course on Oct. 29. […]

Water polo earns wild card spot for CIF

After leading for the majority of the game against their main Mission League rival Loyola, the boys’ water polo team was tied 11-11. With three seconds left on the clock, Loyola’s Chancellor Ramirez rose out of the water and fired a goal with no time remaining the to beat the Wolverines by a score of […]

Senior rock climber finishes 18th overall in worldwide competition

Competing in the Youth National Championships, winning the Young Gun Award for climbing and climbing in two World championships, Charlie Andrews-Jubelt’s ’13 life these past few months was dominated by rock climbing. From July 5 through July 8, Andrews-Jubelt competed in the U-17 nationals, placing 10th in sport climbing. Sport climbers complete long, difficult routes […]

Water polo player fails to capture 2nd medal

After winning a silver medal in Beijing, Peter Hudnut ’99 returned to the U.S. Olympic water polo team for one last run with his sights set on a gold medal. However, his hopes were dashed as the U.S. team only won its first three matches, followed by five straight losses. In their first match of […]