Wolverines win Mission League on Senior Night

After defeating the Marlborough Mustangs 6-1, on Senior Night, the girls’ soccer team is first in league. This win marks the sixth consecutive Mission League title for the squad. Bridget Stokdyk ’18 scored in the first five minutes, providing an early lead for the Wolverines. Annabelle Heisel ’19 and Katherine Hollis ‘19 also scored. Paige […]

The birth of a masterful ping-pong champion

The birth of a masterful ping-pong champion

There comes a time in every man’s life when he reaches a crossroads. A time when he must decide who he is: if he is a peasant or a king, a novice or a master, a commoner or a champion. When I came to school for my first day of senior year, I saw a […]

Corrin '16 wins national long jump title

Track and field phenom Courtney Corrin ’16 can now check “National Champion’” off her list of titles to earn after winning the girls’ long jump championship at the New Balance Nationals Outdoors meet in Greensboro, N.C. Sunday. Corrin’s winning jump of 20 feet, 7 1/4 inches matched the meet record for girls’ long jump. In […]

Acting like champions

In both scholarly endeavors and in athletics, Harvard-WestlakeWolverines have distinguished themselves in local and national contests, competing honorably and with grace. In just the last few years, Harvard-Westlake has been home to International Science Olympiad medalists, nationally recognized debaters, and state championship athletic teams. A few weeks ago, the California Interscholastic Federation recognized the top […]

Junior picks NCAA winners, earns parking spot of choice

By Emily Khaykin Last month, Chelsea McMahon ’10 won a prize that could save her a lot of walking. In March, the Social Committee created a competition to pick the winners of the NCAA March Madness basketball tournament. The winner of the competition would be able to choose his or her parking spot next year. […]