Girls' tennis dominates in season opener

In the first game of the season, the Wolverines’ girls’ tennis team defeated the Santa Monica Vikings 13-5. It was Kristie Reynold’s-Gipe’s first test as the new head coach of the Wolverines. Reynold-Gipes was the NAIA’s number two doubles player in the United States when she played and was formerly the head coach of Notre […]

Individual athletes go far in CIF playoffs, set school records

After a regular Mission League season in which the boys’ swimming team went 2-3 and the girls’ swimming team went 3-2, individuals on both teams went far in the CIF Southern Section Playoffs. The girls also went 4-3 overall, while the boys finished 3-4. Both the boys and girls’ teams finished 17th overall in the CIF […]

Swimmers finish third at Mission League Finals

Both the boys’ and girls’ varsity swim teams finished in third place at the Mission League Finals Monday and Tuesday, which took place at the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center. After a 3-4 season for the boys’ team and a 4-3 for the girls’, the swimmers were proud of their effort at the meet. “I’m glad […]

Team competes at Rose Bowl

After multiple swimmers set individual records over the course of the season, the boys’ swimming team finished the regular season with a 3-4 record, while the girls’ swimming team finished 4-3. Both teams traveled to Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Aquatic Center for the Mission League Finals on Monday and Tuesday. Results were not known as of […]

Mayor Eric Garcetti '88 urges students to help city

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti ’88 urged students to help the city and “be the angels of the City of Angels” as the Brown Family Speaker at an assembly March 23. “In many ways you are on the most beautiful island there is: Harvard-Westlake, but it is not isolated, and you must swim to shore […]

Team falls in first two meets

Still trying to find the right balance between young and old, the Wolverine swim team has fallen short in its first two meets by a combined 59 points for the boys and 42 for the girls. In swimming and diving, tiny, meticulous details can be the difference between a big win and a big loss, […]

Seventh grade history class to visit D.C.

A group of seventh graders taking the American History and Government class will visit Washington, D.C. the first week of Spring Break. Students will tour the capitol building, the East Wing of the White House and the Supreme Court, where they hope to meet with a Supreme Court justice. Other items on the agenda include […]

Junior center contributes for water polo USMNT

Ben Hallock ’16 scored a goal in his first appearance for the USA Water Polo Men’s National Team in its game against Italy Jan. 3. The U.S. won 9-7, and Hallock’s fourth quarter goal put the Americans up by two. Hallock, the youngest member on the 12-man squad, played center on the team, as he […]

Spark Plug: Q&A with Carter Begel '17

Q: What made you decide to play football and stick with it? A: When I was younger, my dad put a football in my hands when I was about 3 years old and started tossing the football around with me. He had me play with older kids at the park, and after the first touchdown […]