Changes imminent after Martin post

A Facebook post from former Wolverine football player Jonathan Martin ’08 revealing that he attempted suicide multiple times during his NFL career and felt unable to fit in at John Thomas Dye and Harvard-Westlake will cause the athletic department to increase its focus on the wellbeing of student athletes, Athletic Director Terry Barnum said. As […]

New coach Gipe takes the helm with high hopes

Girls’ tennis is back with a new coach and opens the season Sept. 8 against Santa Monica High School. Kristie Gipe took over for Chris Simpson, who resigned earlier this year. “I’m super excited,” Gipe said. “Everybody works hard, and I think we have a really good future with this group of girls.” Gipe graduated […]

Team competes at Rose Bowl

After multiple swimmers set individual records over the course of the season, the boys’ swimming team finished the regular season with a 3-4 record, while the girls’ swimming team finished 4-3. Both teams traveled to Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Aquatic Center for the Mission League Finals on Monday and Tuesday. Results were not known as of […]

Senior football player wins with Team USA in Italy

After a strong senior season for the Harvard-Westlake football program, including a second-team Angelus League selection, linebacker/defensive end Alec Dominick ’15 was selected by American Football Worldwide to join their U19 team to compete against Italy. The teams played one game in Milan, Italy, on April 1, with the Ameicans emerging victorious by a score […]

Young squad struggles in first games of season

An inexperienced softball squad started the season with an 0-3-1 overall record. The team, which only has four seniors, suffered a 15-0 loss against Mira Costa on March 11. “Our goal that day was to have good at-bats, and to cheer and to be ‘teamy,’ and those are things that we did,” Softball Program Head […]

Team falls in first two meets

Still trying to find the right balance between young and old, the Wolverine swim team has fallen short in its first two meets by a combined 59 points for the boys and 42 for the girls. In swimming and diving, tiny, meticulous details can be the difference between a big win and a big loss, […]

Team set to defend seventh straight title

While the girls’ tennis team went undefeated in league last season, it lost in the second round of CIF playoffs and ended its winning season early. This season, with its seventh straight Mission League title under its belt and an 11-0 League record, the girls’ varsity tennis squad is back and ready to continue its […]

Senior captains lead experienced team

After a winning 12-3 season, the boys’ golf team returns this spring with a more experienced team. The team opens its season March 4 against school rival Loyola High School. During the 2013 season, Loyola was responsible for two of the team’s three losses, with the other at the hands of Notre Dame. The team […]

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