Boys' lacrosse completes comeback win

After trailing 9-4 at halftime, the boys’ lacrosse team went on a run in the third quarter, tied it in the fourth and won it on a game winning goal by Roman Holthouse ’15 in overtime to defeat Westlake 11-10. With the win, the team advances into the semi-finals of the Los Angeles Division for […]

Lacrosse team defeats Agoura 16-8

The boys’ varsity lacrosse team defeated Agoura 16-8 to advance to the semi-finals of the Los Angeles Division for the first time in program history. The team now has a 13-3 record, and will face Loyola on Saturday at Westlake. “I was really proud of how our team played last night,” Captain Luke Holthouse ’13 said. “We […]

8 debaters compete in Chile, Turkey and Czech Republic

By Jack Goldfisher Eight students competed at international debate tournaments in Chile, Turkey, and the Czech Republic during the summer. Amelia Miller ’15, Sara Evall ’15, Timothy Song ’15, Tommy Choi ’14, Luke Holthouse ’13, Miranda Van Iderstine ’13, Elle Wilson ’13 and Michelle Choi ’12 each attended one of the World Schools Debate Championships […]

Track and field coach fails to qualify for Olympics

By Luke Holthouse Gold medal-winning track and field assistant coach Joanna Hayes’ comeback to competitive running ended on Saturday, after she failed to qualify for 2012 Olympics in London.  Hayes won a gold medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens in the 100-meter hurdles. She attempted to defend her gold medal at the 2008 games […]

Chapus repeats, Weissenbach places at Adidas Grand Prix

By Luke Holthouse In the nationally televised Adidas Grand Prix track meet in New York Saturday, star runners Cami Chapus ’12 and Amy Weissenbach ’12 both finished in the top 10 in their respective races. Chapus finished in first place in the mile with a time of 4:39.64 while Weissenbach finished eighth in the 800 […]

Lineman receives 4th college offer

By Luke Holthouse Thomas Oser ’13, who started at center last year for the Wolverines, received scholarship offers from New Mexico State University and San Diego State University in May after receiving offers from Pacific-12 Conference schools Washington State University and the University of Colorado at Boulder earlier this spring. New Mexico State plays in […]

Candidate Statement: Luke Holthouse '13

1. For what position are you running? I am running for the position of Senior Prefect. 2. What makes you feel that you are qualified for the position? Please describe any leadership experiences you’ve had, if applicable. After serving on Student Council at the middle school, I’ve come to believe that anyone who is dedicated […]

Tennis beats rival Loyola to stay perfect in league

By Luke Holthouse Parker Chusid ’15 won both of his sets Thursday, March 22 in the boys’ tennis team’s 11-7 win over Loyola at the UCLA Sycamore Courts. The Wolverines improve to 4-0 in Mission League play as well as 12-3 overall. The Wolverines do not play again until after spring break. They visit St. Francis […]

Boys' volleyball falls to Crespi in four sets

By Luke Holthouse The league record of the boys’ volleyball team fell below .500 after a loss to Crespi in four sets. The Wolverines lost to the Celts 27-25, 25-21, 22-25, 25-19, falling to 2-3 in Mission League and 4-3 overall. The Wolverines came into the week 2-1 in league, but fell to Loyola on […]

The Milan Lab

By Luke Holthouse A shirtless Beau McGinley ’13 steps onto the dynabiopsy machine inside the upper school weight room. Jose Soto of the Milan Lab asks McGinley how tall he is. “5-feet, 11 [inches],” answers the varsity boys’ soccer midfielder. Soto asks his assistant Lucca Bongarra to plug that value into the metric unit conversion […]

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