Football routs Jefferson

Football routs Jefferson

The Wolverines defeated the Jefferson Democrats 55-20 in their second non-league game Friday night. Although the Wolverines led in the first quarter, the Democrats came back to tie the score in the second quarter. The Wolverines began to pull away before halftime, leaving the score at 34-20. QB Jameson Wang ’20 had two rushing touchdowns, […]

Injuries sideline three key athletes

By David Gobel For Nick Firestone ’11, the most defining moment of his football season so far has not come on the gridiron. It has not come in practice or in a football game, but in a basketball playoff game last season, where he tore his ACL. “[The injury] was during the basketball playoffs last […]

Kutcher attracts media circus as new assistant coach

By Lucy Jackson Nobody will forget the freshman football team’s 14-0 victory over Lynwood High School today. New assistant coach Ashton Kutcher’s presence ensured that a dozen paparazzi were there to capture the win on camera. “It’s just too much,” Director of Campus Operations James De Matté said. “If he’s at a premiere, that’s one […]

Website keeps school updated

Harvard-Westlake is getting a facelift. The football field has lights, the Middle School will soon resemble a junior college, and we might be on the verge of receiving tablet computers for every student in a few years. Our job as members of the media is to try to keep up with the ever-changing needs of […]

Slavin Field lights to debut in September

By Lucas Shaw Field lights were installed on Ted Slavin Field over spring break, less than a year after the city planning department gave its first approval, but the lights will not be used until the beginning of the next school year. “The quality of the lights is second to none,” Head of Athletics Audrius […]