Boys' volleyball drops third game in last four

By David Gobel After losing to rival Loyola in three games Thursday, the boys’ volleyball team dropped to 8-15, and its league record fell to 3-5. David Burton ’11 and Charlton Azuoma ’12 were not present at the game, and Chase Klein ’13 did not play because of an injury. After going 4-1 during the […]

LIVE BLOG: Girls' basketball falls in CIF final

The girls’ basketball team lost in the Southern Section Division 2A Finals against second-seeded Anaheim Canyon today, 66-45. David Burton ’11 provided live updates throughout the game. &lta href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=e82be0520b” &gtLIVE BLOG: Girls’ Basketball vs. Anaheim Canyon</a>

CIF Southern Section Division 2A Finals: Girls' Basketball vs. Anaheim Canyon

The girls’ basketball team lost in the Southern Section Division 2A Finals against second-seeded Anaheim Canyon today, 66-45. David Burton ’11 provided live updates throughout the game. &lta href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=e82be0520b” &gtLIVE BLOG: Girls’ Basketball vs. Anaheim Canyon&lt/a&gt

Transitioning to a different world

By David Burton and Shawn Ma When Danilo Dragovic ’11 moved to the United States two years ago from Belgrade, Serbia, he faced a lot of obstacles. But halfway through his senior year he has made a smooth transition into the American lifestyle. Not a part of a formal foreign exchange program, he moved to […]

What’s next for Fateh?

By David Burton Noor Fateh ’11 solemnly drags his feet along the arch of the red rubber track that encircles Ted Slavin Field. Two massive bags are slumped over his shoulders as he lethargically makes his way to the storage bin behind the opposing team’s bleachers. It is a cold and brittle November day; the […]

Varsity Field Hockey Loses in Semifinals

By David Burton The varsity field hockey team lost in the semifinals of the CIF playoffs to Newport High School on Wednesday. Coming off of a win against Marina High School on Monday, the Wolverines, at the end of regulation, sent the scoreless game into overtime. Although the clock expired in overtime, field hockey rules […]

‘Kid Flicks’ founder wins service award

  By David Burton The Youth Service of America honored Berni Barta ’10 with the Gladys Marinelli Coccia award at the National Service-Learning Conference in San Jose on March 26 during the State Farm Awards Ceremony. The award was founded in memory of Gladys Coccia, who began her entrepreneurial career as a young girl in […]

BLACC hosts fundraiser dance for Haiti relief

By David Burton In an effort to aid the victims of the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, the Black Leadership and Culture Club hosted a school dance March 5. BLACC raised and donated over $2,000 to Friends of Haiti, a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the health, education and economic development of Haiti. Flodynamic, led by […]

Students travel to Korea for debate

By David Burton   Two juniors traveled to Seoul, South Korea this weekend with the U.S. national debate team for an exhibition debate against the Korean national debate team. Jake Sonnenberg ’11 and Ben Sprung-Keyser ’11 spent their weekend participating in a series of public debates between the two national teams. The U.S. team won […]

2 seniors place second in math

By David Burton Benjamin Barad ’09 and Rebecca Jacobs ’09 both won second place in an American Math Society competition that included students within the Los Angeles and Orange county region. The American Mathematical Society, AMS, organized two competitions, which were called Who Wants To Be A Mathematician and the Southern California Math Olympiad. Both […]