Boys’ basketball secures its first home victory

Boys’ basketball secures its first home victory

The boys’ basketball team won tonight against Beverly Hills High School 58-53 in its first home game of the season. In a close matchup with the Beverly Hills Normans, the Wolverines maintained the lead in the beginning of the game but towards the end of the first half the Normans cut the difference. “We wanted […]

Girls’ volleyball defeats FSHA

The girls’ varsity volleyball team defeated Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in three sets tonight at home. The team gained and held the lead until Flintridge gained momentum near the end of the set before they were defeated 25-18 by the Wolverines. In the second set, the Wolverines started with a six-point lead and pulled further ahead […]

Girls’ basketball drops second home game

After winning both the Palisades Beach Invitational and the Redondo Union High School Tournament, the Harvard Westlake varsity girls’ basketball team returned home to defeat El Camino Real High School 54-46 Dec. 7. This victory against El Camino Real gave the Wolverines a ninth consecutive win of the season and a spot as the top […]

Thefts lead to tighter security at home games

Security at home games will be tightened after members of a visiting sports team were caught on videotape stealing cameras from unlocked lockers last week, Head of Security James Crawford said Wednesday. Crawford said a group of approximately four boys, wearing their team jerseys, went around locker areas opening lockers without locks and took three […]

Girls' varsity soccer wins first round of CIF 2-0

By Jack Schwada The girls’ varsity soccer team won the first round of the CIF playoffs 2-0 against the Apaches of Arcadia High School. They beat Arcadia on Monday and will play in the second round on Thursday. Both goals were scored by junior Donilyn Hunter-Sallustio, while keeper Clara Jacques ’09 made six saves. This […]

Hurtful heckling

By Ali PechmanThe sports games I have attended have been, pretty much, awkward.  More comfortable watching opening night in Rugby, the rituals surrounding the blessed moving-of-the-ball-from-one-side-of-the-field-to-another, my working definition of football, have downright scared me.  I fear the packed middle section of Slavin’s stands — Fanatics territory — crossing into which one will find herself […]