Basketball players announce intent to transfer

Basketball players announce intent to transfer

Basketball players Cassius Stanley ’19, L Simpson ’19 and Terren Frank ’20 appeared to announce their intent to attend Sierra Canyon School next year via posts uploaded to social media Wednesday night. A video uploaded to Stanley’s Instagram and Twitter accounts depicts him passing a basketball to himself and dunking in Hamilton Gym. As Stanley leaves […]

Back for More: Boys’ basketball takes home CIF-Southern Section Division 1A title

Back for More: Boys’ basketball takes home CIF-Southern Section Division 1A title

When the celebrations subsided and the ceremony was completed, the Wolverines were all smiles. All they could do for now was wait. Harvard-Westlake would eventually defeat Pasadena 68-58 in the CIF-Southern Section Division 1A championship game, but that hadn’t happened yet. Brentwood had just defeated Burbank with a three at the buzzer to win the […]

Wolverines drop second straight game in 61-45 defeat to Alemany

On the night of Head Coach David Rebibo’s birthday, there was little celebration to go around for the Wolverines. After a stormy Friday more suited for the tropics than the San Fernando Valley, Alemany crashed the Fanatics’ tropical-themed party at Taper Athletic Pavilion, had their cake, and ate it, too. The Warriors won 61-45 against […]

A new outlook in retrospect

A new outlook in retrospect

I’ll start this off with a disclaimer; I’m only writing this because the Chronicle’s Opinion section needed to fill space, and I happened to be visiting the staff’s layout session this weekend. And I say that not to diss the Opinion writers, but to justify to myself that I’m writing for a high school newspaper […]

Boys’ basketball hopeful for strong season

Boys’ basketball hopeful for strong season

Guided by returning stars Wolfgang Novogratz ’16 and Ali Iken ’17, along with newcomer Cassius Stanley ’19, the varsity boys’ basketball team has exceeded expectations in David Rebibo’s first season as Head Coach. The squad has an overall record of 12-4 and has started 0-2 in Mission League play. Despite the loss of Alex Copeland […]

Freshman basketball phenom ushers in Rebibo Era

There was something special about the night of December 4th, 2015. That Friday night, a star emerged. Taper Athletic Pavilion was a solar system and Stanley was a supernova, exploding in the first home game of his high school career. The new era had officially begun.

Freshman basketball phenom ushers in Rebibo Era

Cassius Stanley ‘19 models his game after Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook. “I think his explosion, I think I have similar athleticism like him, and, (although) I am bigger than Russell Westbrook…I think that I can still do some things like him,” Stanley said matter-of-factly, as though there’s nothing special about being taller […]