Liam Douglass ’18 commits to USC

Offensive lineman Liam Douglass ’18 committed to attend and play football for the University of Southern California on Monday night. Douglass signed to the Trojans just hours after he was offered, citing USC as his dream school in an interview with FightOn247. “Before I began my recruitment I made a list of five dream schools and […]

Who are you?

I was in an Uber last fall when the driver asked me where I went to school. When I told him, his eyes lit up. “Doesn’t that Cassius Stanley kid go there? He’s insane. I’m gonna go to some of your games this year.” Months later, during the Wolverines’ game against Loyola, sometime after Cassius’ two […]

Squad gains valuable experience

Squad gains valuable experience

The football team spent its season adjusting to a lineup filled with underclassmen. They finished with a final overall recorded of 3-8 and a league record of 0-5. “Our team was extremely young with multiple sophomores and freshman starting on all phases of the game,” Captain Odin Hernandez ’17 said. “However, as the season went […]

Q&A with Zac Harleston ’17

Q&A with Zac Harleston ’17

Q. How did you start playing football? When I was in kindergarten, we brought out a football, and I just loved the game. I begged my mom to let me play flag when I was in first grade, and I have loved it ever since. Q. How do you balance football and lacrosse? The good […]

Football falls to top seed Calabasas

“They’re not gods!” Loyal Terry ’19 shouted as Calabasas marched in the first touchdown of the night. The Wolverines traveled down Mulholland highway looking to slay titans.  Undefeated Calabasas stood between them and a playoff run.  For two quarters, it looked as though the gods were mortal, waiting for a decisive blow. Instead, the Wolverines would […]

Football falls to Cathedral in final league game

The Wolverines dropped their final game of the regular season in a 56-0 defeat by the league-champion Cathedral on Friday. For the first time this season, the offense was unable to find the end zone.  Quarterback Jameson Wang ’20 threw a pair of interceptions and lost a fumble.  He was replaced by backup Jake Grode […]

Football drops road game to La Salle

For the first time in three games, the Wolverines stood on the precipice of victory against La Salle. Quarterback Jameson Wang ’20 ran in a five-yard touchdown, cutting the deficit to a single score with just under a quarter to play. A video posted by Harvard-Westlake Athletics (@hwathletics) on Oct 28, 2016 at 9:09pm PDT As […]

Wolverines suffer third consecutive loss

The Wolverines suffered a third consecutive loss, falling 49-7 to St. Francis. For the third straight Friday night, the Wolverines defense was inconsistent, alternating between long scoreless stretches and quick touchdown drives.  After an early stalemate, the Golden Knights snapped the scoreless tie with a touchdown with 4:39 left in the first quarter.  This momentum […]

Football falls to St. Paul on Homecoming night

Football falls to St. Paul on Homecoming night

The Wolverines took the field Saturday night in front of their largest crowd of the season.  The student section was overflowing into the aisles, as fanatics in brand-new shirts chanted “Harvard-Westlake.” It took all of one drive to bring the team crashing down to earth. The St. Paul Swordsmen trounced the Wolverines 41-21 on Harvard-Westlake’s homecoming […]

Football team benefits from experienced leaders

Football team benefits from experienced leaders

The football team is looking to find the consistency that hasn’t always been there as it heads into league play with a 3-2 record. The squad’s season started off with two dominant wins: a 20-7 win at Birmingham High School and a 42-23 win over Jefferson High School in the Wolverines’ home opener. However, the […]

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