Following two days of uncertainty surrounding the effects of the Saddleridge fire on the air quality at the school, the administration proceeded with the Homecoming varsity football game and celebrations as planned Saturday, though middle school football and varsity and junior varsity field hockey games were canceled. Though all after-school outdoor athletics were cancelled the […]
After an opening night loss to Loyola, the Wolverines won three of their next four games heading into Angelus League play. The squad has an overall record of 3-2. “After the Loyola loss, I think that it woke a lot of the younger guys up to what varsity football is like,” captain Mike Mapes ’16 […]
By Charlton Azuoma I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited to go to a home football game, participate in Spirit Week festivities or just be proud of representing the red and black of the Wolverines. I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited to go to a home football game, participate in Spirit Week […]
The football team practices for their first game at Venice High School on Friday, Sept. 3.
By Sade Tavangarian It’s 100 degrees Fahrenheit outside and the football team is practicing during their second “two a day.” As the team breaks for water after practicing a play, something appears to be wrong in the picture. All the players run to take a water break while one player watches his teammates quench […]
by Allegra Tepper It wouldnât be unheard of to say my home address is 3700 Coldwater Canyon, Weiler Hall. Sure, itâs not where I hit the hay, store my wardrobe or eat my midnight snack (although these all happen from time to time). Iâve just arrived “home” from the final Chronicle layout weekend of 24 […]
By Jordan OdiakosaÂ When Katie Reynolds â07 first contemplated the prospect of being the manager for the football team, she approached it with nervousness. After all, she would be the lone girl among brawny and sweaty boys. But the idea grew on her and became a reality in the summer of 2005. Reynolds has always […]