Lacrosse defeats rival Loyola

By Charlton Azuoma The varsity lacrosse team defeated rival Loyola Cubs on the road today by a score of 7-3. Goalie Matthew Mantel ’12 had a strong defensive effort with 11 saves. The win improves the team’s overall record to 4-2 and their league record to 2-0. The Wolverines look forward to their next match […]

Boys' soccer wins against Alemany

By Charlton Azuoma The varsity boys’ soccer team (5-1, 14-2-2), fresh off of a comeback victory against Crespi, defeated the Alemany Warriors (0-5-1, 1-6-1) at home yesterday. This time, it was midfielder Charlie Porter ’12 who was able to find the back of the net for the Wolverines in another Mission League victory. The game […]

Seniors seek individual CIF titles

By Julius Pak Both boys’ and girls’ varsity cross country teams qualified for CIF Finals based on their performances at the CIF Preliminaries last Saturday. Because of the size of the field for each division, the girls’ team needed to place within the top five teams in its race to advance. The boys’ team needed […]

Baseball defeats Loyola in series opener

By Judd Liebman After splitting the Chaminade series, the boys’ baseball team defeated Loyola 6-3 to open its second to last series of the year. Behind Lucas Giolito’s ’12 two-run six innings on 96 pitches, the Wolverines defeated the Mission League opponent to improve to 7-2 in league.  “Like [Head] Coach [Matt] LaCour told us, […]

Cain named Mission League co-MVP, two teammates all-league

By Alex Leichenger The Mission League selected Damiene Cain ’11 as one of its two Most Valuable Players Monday, and Zena Edosomwan ’12 and Josh Hearlihy ’12 earned all-league first team honors. Cain shared the MVP award with Loyola forward Julian Harrell, a junior who scored 24 points in the Cubs’ 71-51 rout of the Wolverines Feb. […]

And the rival is…

By Mary Rose Fissinger Inherent in all Harvard-Westlake students are a few things: a curiosity for learning, a desire for challenge and a hatred towards Loyola High School. Even the girls, who could not possibly have any personal vendetta against these Jesuit Catholic educated boys for athletic reasons, have ingrained in them a disgust for the institution. I […]

Baseball team struggles, fails to reach playoffs

By Jack Davis After a 3-5 start in league play, a three-game losing streak in the final two weeks of the season ended the boys’ varsity baseball team’s hopes of making the playoffs. The losing streak began in a key match against rival Loyola in which Head Coach Matt LaCour was forcibly restrained and ejected […]