Girls’ soccer loses at home

Girls’ soccer loses at home

The girls’ soccer team was defeated 2-1 at home Friday night by Flintridge Sacred Heart. On an early goal by Kat Hollis ’19, the Wolverines got out to a quick lead before Sacred Heart scored two straight goals. The team had a few chances to put in a second goal at the end of the […]

Squad looks toward CIF title win

Despite the departure of four senior leaders and the task of adapting to a new coach, the girls’ tennis squad hopes to return to the CIF finals for the third year in a row. Going into the new season, the squad will be under a new head coach, Jelena Durisic. Durisic had previously served as […]

Wolverines win Mission League on Senior Night

After defeating the Marlborough Mustangs 6-1, on Senior Night, the girls’ soccer team is first in league. This win marks the sixth consecutive Mission League title for the squad. Bridget Stokdyk ’18 scored in the first five minutes, providing an early lead for the Wolverines. Annabelle Heisel ’19 and Katherine Hollis ‘19 also scored. Paige […]

Record number of girls enroll in robotics

The upper school robotics course has nine girls and four boys this year, with three times as many girls enrolled as last year. Robotics has historically had more boys than girls, robotics teacher Antonio Nassar said. Previously a club, robotics became an official class last year, though extracurricular club meetings continued as well. Last year, […]

Girls adopt pack strategy to ensure victory

By using the “pack running” strategy that encourages the entire team to run together, the girls cross country team is ranked first in the Mission League. The boys team is tied for second. “Running as a pack is a big part of how we are doing well because the girls are able to work together,” […]

Team strives to uphold Mission League legacy

Despite falling 81-69 to Santa Barbara in a non-league match Oct. 8, the girls’ tennis team remains undefeated in league and aims to win its eighth-straight Mission League title. “I think the team has worked really hard so far this year,” Sophie Cohen ’17 said. “We have played really well and we are improving as […]

Corrin '16 wins national long jump title

Track and field phenom Courtney Corrin ’16 can now check “National Champion’” off her list of titles to earn after winning the girls’ long jump championship at the New Balance Nationals Outdoors meet in Greensboro, N.C. Sunday. Corrin’s winning jump of 20 feet, 7 1/4 inches matched the meet record for girls’ long jump. In […]

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